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Dungeon Defenders doesn't just deliver in offering a huge package of cooperative fun, but raises the bar for downloadable titles by offering more than the average full-priced retail title does these days. It strikes a balance between action, RPG, and tower defense in a way that turns it into the Castle Crashers of tower defense. It will keep you occupied for weeks and months to come, provided you have the local or online friends to play with. If you don't, you can always decide that yes, you are a Cenobite and by the gods that cannot hear you, you will finish that campaign on Insane difficulty all by yourself with your four level 70 heroes. Dungeon Defenders is really meant to be played with three friends to raise hell with, though, and you will still come to know the true meaning of pain well before you beat it on the highest difficulty.
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Dungeon Defender is a great game. Vibrant colourful graphics, addicting RPG gameplay, loot drops galore and frantic fun gameplay are things that come to mind. Trendy Entertainment’s action RPG/ tower defence hybrid is designed to be enjoyed with friends though. Unfortunately the difficulty and slow movement around the large levels make playing alone feel like a dull grind. If you have no intention of playing online I would suggest holding off on this one, but if you can get a few friends together, either online or locally, or don’t mind making new friends over the interwebz, Dungeon Defenders has a lot of depth, variety, fun and laughs that it is worth every penny.
I can talk all day about how engaging a round of Dungeon Defenders is, but I can't emphasize enough how important it is to find people to play with. Whether it's four-player local or online play – or any mix thereof – you need to play with others. Playing alone is, well, lonely, and results in frustrating and boring gameplay. Mix together a few classes, and the competition of players who can do better and each level becomes a frantic frag fest.
Dungeon Defenders est un de ces jeux imparfaits mais tellement addictifs qu'on est prêt à tout leur pardonner, ou presque. Classes déséquilibrées, choix de game design douteux, interface lourdissime et version française à la Google trad. : le jeu de Trendy Entertainment ne manque pas de défauts et pèche clairement au niveau de la finition. Mais ce mélange savamment dosé de tower defense et de jeu de rôle, agrémenté de multiples fonctionnalités qui lui confèrent une véritable richesse, s'avère au final si prenant, notamment dans le cadre de parties multijoueurs, qu'il nous paraît mériter l'investissement, en espérant que son suivi soit équivalent à celui de sa version iOS. Quant à savoir si vous devez ou non le préférer à Orcs Must Die !, tout dépend de ce que vous recherchez : les deux titres ne jouent pas vraiment dans la même cour et ne bénéficient pas des mêmes qualités, mais se révèlent au final parfaitement complémentaires.
Whether you prefer tower games or shooters, RPG or FPS, MMO or single player there really is something for everyone… just remember that in the heat of battle a repaired defense is worth 2 or 3 newly built ones, be it your own or another players… be a mender amigo… and you will enjoy great victory and defend… many… a… dungeon?