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Ark: Survival Evolved developers settle lawsuit with Trendy Entertainment

By David Craddock, Apr 15, 2016 3:00pm PDT

The heated suit dates back to December 2015, and was finally settled this week.


Dungeon Defenders 2 enters Steam Early Access in December

By Daniel Perez, Nov 10, 2014 12:05pm PST

Dungeon Defenders is making a triumphant return this year as it'll be available on Steam Early Access starting next month.


"no xbox? this was super fun as a local multiplayer co-op game"

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Dungeon Defenders studio lays off 20% of workforce

By Steve Watts, May 23, 2014 8:00am PDT

Dungeon Defenders developer Trendy Entertainment has laid off roughly 20% of its development staff, as it revises its structure to reach profitability.


"That game was a decent concept but just felt super unfocused and unbalanced. Like an iphone game ..."

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Dungeon Defenders 2 dropping MOBA features in response to fans

By Steve Watts, Oct 08, 2013 12:00pm PDT

Trendy Entertainment has decided to drop the MOBA-like features in Dungeon Defenders 2, refocusing its efforts on tower defense in response to fan wishes.


"About right.. although I've moved on to playing Smite.. which the community isn't a bunch of ..."

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Dungeon Defenders 2 announced: free-to-play with MOBA mode

By Alice O'Connor, Mar 19, 2013 6:00am PDT

A sequel to action-RPG tower defense Dungeon Defenders is on the way, imaginatively titled Dungeon Defenders 2. And, like almost anything with even a whiff of towers nowadays, it's picked up a competitive MOBA mode inspired by the likes of Dota and League of Legends. Announc...


"Seriously. When I saw a post about this yesterday at a board I go to and saw "free to play" and ..."

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Dungeon Defenders not coming to Vita

By John Keefer, Jun 14, 2012 12:00pm PDT

After revealed the popular Dungeon Defenders running on the PS Vita early last year, developer Trendy Entertainment has backed off on the platform, allocating resources to a new project.


Dungeon Defenders reaches a million downloads

By Steve Watts, Feb 06, 2012 11:15am PST

Dungeon Defenders has crossed a million downloads, according to Reverb CEO Doug Kennedy.


"Always good to see purely digital games hit retail game sale numbers."

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Dungeon Defenders PC DLC ruled out for PS3 and 360

By Steve Watts, Feb 01, 2012 5:30pm PST

Dungeon Defenders developer Trendy Entertainment announced today that the console versions of the game won't be receiving much of the PC downloadable content, due to patch restrictions and other priorities for the team.


"Yes. But in this case, this guys are inexperienced and they don't know how to do ti. Id bet the ..."

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Dungeon Defenders mod SDK released

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 14, 2011 10:00am PST

Fancy turning Dungeon Defenders into an FPS? With today's release of a full development kit, industrial modders can now make everything from new maps and characters to whole new modes and games.


"I'm playing it on my phone but the controls just don't keep up when it gets hairy but it looks ..."

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Dungeon Defenders gets Portal Gun on Steam

By Jeff Mattas, Oct 10, 2011 11:00am PDT

Trendy Entertainment and Reverb Publishing have announced that those who pre-order Dungeon Defenders on Steam will receive an in-game Portal gun and TF2 familiars.


"Apparently the portal gun has limited places where players can setup portals and the TF2 pets ..."

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Dungeon Defenders PS3 due October 18

By Alice O'Connor, Oct 05, 2011 6:00am PDT

The PlayStation Network version of Dungeon Defenders now has a release date: October 18, one day before the PC and XBLA editions. With bonus new video!


Dungeon Defenders releases on October 19

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 23, 2011 4:00pm PDT

Popular Unreal Engine-powered mobile game Dungeon Defenders is jumping from iOS/Android to consoles and the PC. Trendy Entertainment's hack 'n slash will be available on Xbox Live Arcade and PC on October 19 for $14.99 (1200 Microsoft Points).


"No, you won't have to use any GameSpy software. You will probably have to login with your ..."

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