Today, the developer Trendy Entertainment released Dungeon Defenders: Eternity, a revamped version of the original Dungeon Defenders that promises new improvements, including graphical tweaks and dedicated servers to prevent hacking and cheating.
The people who run Trendy Entertainment want you to know that things are better. Or maybe they want you to think things are better. Maybe they just want you to play their game.
An awful situation may be turning around for the better. Trendy Entertainment president Jeremy Stieglitz will alter his role following Kotaku's report into the company's practices yesterday, according to two people close to the situation.
Seven-day work weeks. Sexist decisions. An office environment so toxic, employees are terrified to speak up for fear of losing their jobs.
The second iPhone/iPad/iTouch game using the Unreal graphics technology that made last week's Infinity Blade look so stunning is out on Thursday. We played it today. This is Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.
Surprise! Dungeon Defenders, which seems to combine the best of tower defense games with the combat of Defense of the Ancients, is also coming to mobile platforms.
Combine the strategic planning and placement of tower defense with the leveling, skills, and fast-paced combat of defense of the ancients, and you've got Dungeon Defenders, coming this fall to Xbox Live Arcade, the PlayStation Network, and PC.