Etheria was once a land of living legends. Long ago, brave warriors across the realm stood together against an immortal evil known as “the old ones”. In the wake of this struggle, the champions locked away the power of the old ones inside Eternia crystals. These crystal are what you must protect in Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.
As we have been reporting for the last week or so, the latest update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave was set to land any day. Version 4.0 (actually it’s v4.3) brings a slew of new features including a new PvP mode/map, more secrets for Legendary Heroes and of course, the Tavern Shop! More details after the break.
Last week we reported on an upcoming update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave that was labeled as v3.0. Trendy Entertainment was waiting on the App Store to approve the update before rolling it out to Android at the same time. Unfortunately, that didn’t pan out but the good news is, we’re getting two updates in one.
Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has a new update coming and will be version 3.0. While Trendy Entertainment is keeping some of the update quiet along with the official changelog due to waiting on Apple’s submission process to go through, we do know a few things that will be in the update as well as a few rumors.
What we are going to call the first content update for Dungeon Defenders: First Wave was released yesterday and among the changes are some new features that should make the game even more fun. We are talking about new Familiars/Pets for characters, adjustments to difficulties and a new mission. Full changelog after the break.
At CES 2011 there were a ton of new Android goodies to play around with. One of the more impressive phones was the Motorola Bionic which is a part of a few new awesome Motorola devices slated for release soon. While we were going to do a traditional type of hands-on, our device happen to have Dungeon Defenders installed on it.
Mobile gaming is the new PC gaming with developers now establishing strict minimum system requirements for their games and customizable graphical settings. We’ve organized Android Devices into a comprehensive list according to which chipset they use and what frame rates and hitches you should expect from each type of device.
Trendy Entertainment has been hard at work since the release of Android’s first Unreal Engine developed game, Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. The game is a mesh between Action, RPG and Tower Defense gaming genres and offers up a load of eye candy with some great gameplay, both online and offline, thanks to Unreal Engine 3.
Great news, the wait is also over for another, much awaited game. Trendy Entertainment has just unleashed Android’s first game developed by Unreal Engine 3 onto the market called Dungeon Defenders: First Wave. This game is a mix of MMORPG/Tower Defense/Action gaming genres, across multiple platforms.
Hate to be the bringer of bad news but it isn’t all that bad really. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has been delayed its release onto the Android Market. I know everyone and their mother are waiting for this but the delay isn’t that bad, it is just one more day a few hours. Trendy Entertainment made the announcement on Twitter.