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Submitted by Kush 1287d ago | review

Pixelated Sausage: Dungeon Defenders Review

"I spent some brief time in both online and offline co-op, had a blast, and then went on playing the majority of the game solo. I chose this route because I am naturally inclined to soloing and I know many people are the same, with some unable to even play online. As much as I had fun leveling up and going after high scores, I found the game rather brutal as a solo player." - Marc Kusnierz, Pixelated Sausage (Dungeon Defenders, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

MultiConsoleGamer  +   1287d ago
Great review! I'm really interested in this title.
NuclearDuke  +   1286d ago
Would have bougth this if the graphics were better. It totally sets me off they completely copied League of Legends graphics.

Multiplayer+Co-Op is definately a big catch, but Orcs Must Die has so much more appeal being a better graphical experience, while also humoristic and challenging.
Kush  +   1286d ago
I only played the trial of Orcs Must Die!, so my impression are very limited, but I didn't really find it that graphically appealing in-game——I love the art style, but the implementation left me wanting more.

I really enjoy the visuals in Dungeon Defenders and don't particularly care if it's not a completely original style as I don't believe Orcs Must Die! features a truly original style either. But different strokes for different folks, eh.
NuclearDuke  +   1286d ago
It's a matter of taste, I agree. I just feel that with the technology at hand, they don't utilize it as well as they could.

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