Publicada: 27 Dezembro
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+ well-designed locations
+ decent animations and effects
- detail polygon and poor
+ in itself coherent comic look
+ pleasant unserious
+ stressful battle atmosphere
- sometimes lags
+ appropriate background music
+ good sound effects and scenery
+ good english speakers
+ claim scales well with group size and strength with
+ difficulty selectable
- matchmaking is not working properly
+ only with good teamwork later levels and higher difficulty are possible
- teamwork is not promoted
- first come, get everything
Weapons & Extras:
+ four different classes (overall 12? with dlc)
+ free character development
+ many items, weapons and armor
+ many different traps, towers and auras
+ rankings mode
+ story or challenge mode
+ own, partly customizable, tavern
+ solo playtime around 50 hours
+ high replay value
+ long career and motivating upgrade spiral
+ multiplayer playtime around 50 hours
+ terrific co-op fun
The tower defense genre is booming, even if you usually play it alone. But now it's over with loneliness, like Dungeon Defenders proves in the test.
At the beginning we choose at character creation is one of four classes: Apprentice, Squire, Huntress and Monk and the other with dlc. The individually colorable figure we then control directly, either with a gamepad or mouse and keyboard from the shoulder perspective. Together with three other colleagues (in any configuration) then we face in action-packed battles the usual onrushing waves in orcs, goblins and other monstrosities.
The monster crowd we move brute force of arms, special talents or diverse as defense turrets or traps to body. Breaks between waves we use to build or repair our defensive positions. For this purpose we collect mana crystals that we capture from treasure chests or Handled opponents. Already this works well, it's great fun to expand together with his comrades the bulwark and the hordes anyway.
In addition Dungeon Defenders inside out over the whole nor an action role-playing game Diablo Coat brand. Should read: In addition to a character system in which we distribute by Level Rises points free on our character traits, there is an extensive arsenal of items, armor and weapons that we can even custom upgrade. A clever move, the constant hunt for better weapons and armor as well as an even higher level of motivation is ultimately the number one reason for online and action RPGs. And in Dungeon Defenders does the collecting mania excellent after each level we scour eagerly anticipating the collected objects in the fight - a great thing it might be there!
Dungeon Defenders delivers exactly what at me Orcs Must Die! was missing, namely the overdue co-op mode. That then added yet clever role-playing elements and a career and Item spiral à la Diablo, makes my joy almost limitless.
With its numerous game modes and customization options, there's a lot to do in Dungeon Defenders. A great tower defense coop game!
Score: 81 / 100
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