The new Dungeon Defenders game from Trend Entertainment and Reverb Publishing launched last Monday, October 17 attempts to set a new standard for tower defense game play. Our review is based on the XBLA version only. With its brightly colored interface, and World of Warcraft like graphics, it provides a very challenging, entertaining, and possibly [...] . . . → Read More: Dungeon Defenders XBLA review
Trendy Entertainment’s revolutionary cross-platform tower defense game, Dungeon Defenders, is coming to PC and Xbox LIVE Arcade on October 19. The release date for the PlayStation Network version of the game will be announced soon. Trendy Entertainment is one of the first game developers to take part in GameSpy Technology’s Open program, where indie developers [...] . . . → Read More: Dungeon Defenders Release Date Announced
Popular MMORPG Rift is having a huge promotion in celebration of it’s upcoming sixth month of being publicly available. From August 25 to 31, they will be offering all sorts of rewards like ramped-up XP and Prestige gain for subscribers, and letting former players and newcomers play for free (with no level restriction)! They are [...] . . . → Read More: Free Rift 1.4 game promotion coming soon!
It seems Sony has once again disappointed its users. Rumors were confirmed today when a Sony spokesperson confirmed that the company’s PlayStation network will be down until at least May 31, 2011. There was much anticipation about PSN being back online this week. But according to Sony testing has revealed the need for further security [...] . . . → Read More: Sony Hack Still Delays Play, Xbox Live Claims To Save The Day
Dan White and Ben Fisher of TheGameReviews.com interview Sean O’Connor, lead developer of Full House Poker on XBLA (Xbox Live Arcade). Sean_OConnor_Full_House_Poker Full House Poker is a video game poker variant Texas hold ‘em developed and published by Microsoft Games Studios and was launched for Xbox 360 as an Xbox Live Arcade title and Windows [...] . . . → Read More: Inside The Games: Sean O’Connor, Lead Dev of Full House Poker