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Dungeon Defenders- PS3

Dungeon Defenders- PS3
alaScore 85

13 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Dungeon Defenders- PS3. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Views about the action and gameplay are generally positive, whereas there are some critical views about the single player gameplay.

gameplay, action

single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dungeon Defenders- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : James Dewitt (

Dungeon Defenders


Dungeon Defenders is a rather brutal tower-defense title with a heavy emphasis on RPG elements, belied by its kid-friendly exterior. Do not be fooled by its lighthearted nature or typical fantasy trappings. This is a game that will test both patience...

There’s actually quite a bit to like in Dungeon Defenders. It’s colorful, requires strategy, and there’s a lot of stat-building for those into it along with a decent variety of maps and challenges. However, there are serious drawbacks such as the...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Anthony Gallegos (

Dungeon Defenders Review


Dungeon Defenders is a lengthy game that is great fun with a group of friends or strangers.

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : JamieH (

Dungeon Defenders Review


It's cute. It's colourful. It will lure you into thinking that you're playing an innocent, friendly take on ‘Tower Defence', and then it'll ruin you. Dungeon Defenders is a winning combination of comforting and punishing the senses. It takes ‘Tower...

These issues ultimately pale in the face of a game that has so much to offer. Yes, the learning curve is difficult and the single player nigh impossible, but this is a game designed around multiplayer and once you dive into it with some friends, many...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Drew "Frustrated Fury" Leachman (

Dungeon Defenders Review


I'm sure everyone out there has heard of tower defense games. They're everywhere. You can't help but to have seen or played one in the past three years. Some may say it's a genre that is getting old.

Deep customization ; Pure fun game play ; Co-op is a blast ; Nice cartoony art style ; Polished to almost perfection

Auto targeting can be off at times ; Later levels need to be played co-op

I’m sure everyone out there has heard of tower defense games. They’re everywhere. You can’t help but to have seen or played one in the past three years. Some may say it’s a genre that is getting old. Some will try to throw in a gimmick or two to...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Maurice Tan (

Dungeon Defenders


A lot has been said and written about games being art in the last decade. Some games can elicit different emotions. Sometimes they aim to be interactive drama. And sometimes they are meant as a metaphorical reflection on a state of being, or even...

If you don't, you can always decide that yes, you are a Cenobite and by the gods that cannot hear you, you will finish that campaign on Insane difficulty all by yourself with your four level 70 heroes. Dungeon Defenders is really meant to be played...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Angel Cortes (

Dungeon Defenders review


Available on the iPhone and Android since December of last year, Dungeon Defenders follows a recent trend in the gaming industry, making the jump from phone game to console. Big hits like Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies have already made their way...

There are a couple of things to note about this particular version of Dungeon Defenders. If you have a 3D capable television, then you can enjoy Dungeon Defenders in stereoscopic 3D on the PlayStation 3. Also, while there is Move support on the PS3...

Expert review by : Brian Mardiney (

Dungeon Defenders


There has been, in the last six months or so, a glut of action/tower defense games released on PC. To varying degrees, games likeSanctum, Orcs Must Die! and Dungeon Defenders operate on the same basic premise: defend your crystal/rift/Macguffin from...

Does Dungeon Defenders stand out from the crowd? If I had to judge this game based solely on the action/tower defense/RPG gameplay, I would have to say no. None of those three features really shines and the whole isn't greater than the sum of its...

Expert review by : fenr1c (

Dungeon Defenders


Games Xtreme takes a look at Dungeon Defenders on PSN

A marmite game, you'll either love it or hate it. No middle ground on this one!

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Beanz (

Dungeon Defenders PS3 Review


Within the seemingly limitless categories and sub-genres used to classify video-games, everyone has their favourites, whilst others are looked on with disdain. For my household there is one, somewhat niche, group of games that is particularly relevant;...

Wonderful festival of colour surpasses 'next-gen brown ; Action with the frantic turned up to 11 ; Loot, loot and more loot ; Chaotic co-op fun of the highest order

Will require a distinct amount of grinding to compete at higher difficulties ; Unbalanced for solo play

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Simon Wigham (

Dungeon Defenders PS3 Review


The developer taking up the task of crafting an ambitious crossbreed this time around is Trendy Entertainment with their first game, Dungeon Defenders. It's a multiplayer focussed union of tower defence and RPG. Both genres have an equal presence in...

Dungeon Defenders has the compulsion of an RPG and the chaos and intensity of a tower defence game and elements from the two contrasting genres never clash but live together in perfect harmony. With this first offering, developer Trendy Entertainment...

Jan, 2012