Dungeon Defenders

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: D3Publisher of America
Developer: Trendy Entertainment
Release Date: Oct. 19, 2011

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'Dungeon Defenders' (ALL) Introduces The Huntress - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Dec. 15, 2010 @ 12:14 p.m. PST

Dungeon Defenders throws action-RPG and tower defense gameplay into the proverbial blender to create a seamless mix of leveling, looting and high-action territorial combat for casual and core players alike.

Get the Dungeon Defenders [ALL] Trailer off WP (105mb)

Dungeon Defenders features a lovingly-rendered watercolor art style and allows up to 4 players, online or locally, to take one of four distinct classes into fierce battle against ever-increasing waves of baddies and bosses across 15 arenas and multiple modes.

She’s the Huntress, the ranger class in Dungeon Defenders, and she comes packing quite the ranged punch. Traps, cross-bows and Gatling guns are among her approved weapons and tactics of choice. Just look at the new video (and post for all your readers) to see!


Being a trapper and an expert in ranged weaponry, the Huntress always has an exacting plan of attack up her sleeve. Consider her masterfully organized letter to the Dungeon Armorer detailing a new ray gun she wants built, along with her plan to scour the depths of the dungeons to find the materials needed for such a task. We expect that you’ll publish this act of bravery for the whole world to see!

As a token of goodwill, the Huntress has talked the Trendy team into promising to give Dungeon Defenders away to at least 10 fans of its Facebook page, though it could be more if the fans demand it (hint, hint).  All you have to do is ‘Like’ the page…that’s it…and you could win.  See Facebook for updates and details.


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