Crea un héroe de una de las cuatro clases disponibles para salvar Etheria en este juego de acción RPG cooperativo para 4 jugadores. ¡Se incluye la pistola de Portal y elementos de TF2 exclusivos para Steam!
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 18 oct. 2011

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2 de febrero

CDT Update 2 News and a New Community Event!



Greetings from the Community Development Team, Defenders! We are now into February of the new year and we continue to press on with the task of providing you new content and changes to enjoy as you defend Etheria. We have a couple of things we would like to share with you today to get you ready for what is coming.

When is the next update?
First up is the question that many are asking and direct at us quite frequently. Our usual response is "soon" since it is hard to get exact dates in place for various reasons. However we would like to let you know that we are targeting mid February to release the public beta.

What is in CDT Update 2?
As many may know by now, we are bringing Embermount Volcano over from DDE. Along with the new map comes a new tavern theme, new enemy, new weapons, accessories and pets. Here comes one of the pets trotting in now.



There are also plenty of QoL fixes and some rebalancing of a few towers that have needed it.

How can I help?
Help us test! This update is packed full of content and changes that need to be checked by you, the community. We would love to think that the release will be perfect, but we know bugs happen. So please give it a good run through when it is released and report any issues back to us.

Dev Help Needed!
We are in need of a visual effects artist. While the team is great at many things, this is one area where we could use some help. If there is someone in the community who is willing to share their talents in creating visual effects with Unreal Cascade, we would be grateful to have you on the team. The community would be grateful too.

New Community Event: Depths and Bubbles Event
There is a new event planned for Feb 12th - 14th. Please check out the details in the Depths and Bubbles thread.

More to Come
There is definitely much more come. Be on the lookout for futher news and opportunites for you to vote and share your opinions about what you think will make Etheria even better. We are already planning Update 3 for you so please keep the ideas flowing and submitting them to us.

I will leave you now with a couple of screenshots from the upcoming Update 2 for you to enjoy and see what is coming your way.





Happy Defending!!!

- Community Development Team

The Community Development Team is a group of volunteer community members dedicated to adding new content, adjusting balance and fixing bugs in the Ranked version of the game. If you'd like to help out, head to the Community Development forum!

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10 de diciembre de 2015

First Community-Driven Update for Dungeon Defenders

Greetings, Defenders!

The first community-driven update for Dungeon Defenders is here! This update was created by the Community Development Team, a passionate group of volunteer Defenders who have been given the tools to change the Ranked version of the game. This update includes new content, major improvements and much-requested bug fixes for the game. (Note: This update is for Windows. We're still looking into providing the new updates for Mac/Linux. We'll have more news soon.) If you have any ideas on what you’d like to see in the game, check out the Community Development forum!

There's also a new DD1 Event! For more information, check out the event's forum thread.

On a side note, The Trendy Team is hard at work on next week’s Dungeon Defenders II update. We're also unlocking free galactic weapons for simply joining the Steam Group! DD2 Early Access is free-to-play now, so be sure to check it out if you’re interested.

Thanks for your support, Defenders! By the way: We hear the CDT is already working on the next update...

CDT Update #1 Notes

New Content
  • Temporary Moonbase themed tavern
  • Buccaneers Bay Campaign Map (Including Survival)
  • Pirate Invasion Challenge
  • Two new weapons
  • Two new pets
  • New accessory
  • Two new towers for the Jester (details in the next section)

Improvements
  • All boss cutscenes are now skippable
  • The trading UI supports adding 48 items to trade using the “Add to Trade” button
  • Projectile towers now accurately report the period between attacks (previously the firing animation time was not included)
  • Added a thousands separator (,) to all numbers using high value formatting when between 1,000 and 1 M
  • Tavern Dummy report text moved above hit damage text to allow for easier viewing
  • Tavern Dummy averaging period increased from 2 to 4 seconds to improve consistency
  • Tavern Dummy now reports the total damage dealt as well as the DPS
  • If Nightmare difficulty is selected in the tavern, all towers, heroes and pets will deal the damage they would in the map. Any towers or heroes spawning while Nightmare is selected will use Nightmare levels of all other stats but will not update when switching between difficulties.
  • Mana token and player shop max price increased to 2B
  • EV builders can now move while placing the child node of a beam. The player must be within casting range of either node to begin construction
    Imp and Tower boost repair traps and beams the same way they do other towers
  • Traps and beams now use identical repair logic to other towers and will not allow repair focus for only a single charge during combat (can be repaired during combat from 95% health)
  • Tavern shop can now sell items with prices sensible for their quality (tavern shop quality consistency to be improved later)
  • Greater Turkey Hunt wave 9 time limit increased by 30 seconds
  • Item Value is reported using the high value formatting (eg. 2.1204 M) to improve readability. This is applied to the item box, player and tavern shops, item tooltip, and item inspect panels
  • Tower Wars and Moonbase now have level previews in game setup
  • Hit damage text is of a constant size. Size is about half of the previous maximum
  • Hit damage text is placed relative to the target, not the hit location
  • Jester present boxes have new defenses and adjusted spawn chances (Lower chance of item/ogre/mana spawns, and the spawn chances are now different for each type of present
  • Jester present box unlock levels increased to make room for the new Defenses
  • New Defenses added to the Jester
    • Jack-in-the-Box (Level 1, 3 DU, 40 mana): A Defense with a fairly short-range, forward-facing punching glove. It has high health and a slow attack rate, but makes up for this with high damage and knock-back capability, with a 20% chance to knock back enemies normally immune to knockback effects, such as Ogres.
    • Party Popper (Level 3, 4 DU, 50 mana): A standard, mid-range projectile defense which shoots a wide range of projectiles with different attributes at random: Magic Missile (generic), Archer Minion arrow (generic), Fireball (fire, small splash radius), Djinn magic bolts (Fire, Lightning, Poison and Purity- all piercing), Deadly Striker bolts (generic, passes through walls), and Ogre poison balls (poison, huge splash radius). Inspecting this tower will show the element and damage for the next shot to be fired.
    • (Note: Only new Jester heroes will have the new defenses set to their hotbars autmatically. We have not altered the hotkeys for existing Jesters, so you will need to manually add them by opening the radial menu with the middle mouse button, go to Summon Defenses, and then hold the desired number key down for one second with the cursor over the Defense you wish to assign to the bar)

Bug Fixes
  • Reload speed, charge speed, knockback, blocking, guardian and propeller cat boosting stat generation clamped within their allowable range (no more picking up a sword with 1000% Blocking Bonus only to find it turned into 30% in your item box)
  • Tavern Dummy is only hit once per tick by the Slice’N Dice and Lightning Towers to match all other targets
  • “Pro-Mode” and “Invest All” function as expected when the cost to upgrade exceeds 1B mana
  • Greater Turkey Hunt correctly spawns 8 turkey bosses
  • “Invest All” will bring the bank mana to zero if the upgrade cost is greater than the banked mana
  • “UnLock/Lock All” item box functions no longer cause long freezes when used
  • Akatiti water no longer removes the slowing effect of a spider web
  • Projectiles reflected by a reflect beam no longer trigger the genie pet granting mana if they hit an enemy
  • Enemies with suppressed elemental effects are always affected by gas traps
  • Guns with negative ammunition counts (displayed as 1 ammo) can now be upgraded
  • Fix banking mana at the forge eating the invested mana
  • “Report Issue” button in options menu now points to a public form (and results are sent directly to the CDT)
  • Online mode defaults to steam
  • Fix for certain weapons forcibly spawning with max stats

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Críticas

“[...] Sube el listón de los títulos descargables”.
9.5/10 – Destructoid
“[...] Incontables horas de juego fascinantemente adictivo”.
85/100 – http://pc.ign.com/articles/121/1211303p1.html
“Mezcla la defensa de cristales estilo DotA con la construcción estratégica de un título de tower defense y el saqueo compulsivo de botín de un RPG de acción estilo Diablo y tendrás una fusión de géneros que te hará volver una y otra vez”.
4.5/5 – GamePro

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Acerca de este juego

¡Dungeon Defenders es un RPG de acción estilo Defensa de la Torre en el que debes salvar a la tierra de Etheria de un Mal Ancestral! ¡Crea un héroe a partir de una de las cuatro clases diferentes para rechazar oleada tras oleada de enemigos invocando defensas y participando directamente en una lucha repleta de acción!
¡Personaliza y haz subir de nivel a tu personaje, forja tu equipamiento, obtén un botín, recoge mascotas y mucho más! Conduce a tu héroe a través de distintos modos de dificultad y misiones de desafío y supervivencia para obtener más experiencia y tesoros aún mejores. Únete a tus amigos en el modo cooperativo online para 4 jugadores y en el modo local a pantalla partida, o enfréntate a ellos en el modo PvP Deathmatch.

Características Principales

  • Cooperativo online para 4 jugadores y local - Únete a 3 amigos para defender de forma cooperativa con clases cuyos puntos fuertes y débiles se complementan entre sí. Combina de forma dinámica a los jugadores locales (en pantalla partida) y online. Únete o abandona la partida en cualquier momento de forma que el juego siempre esté lleno.
  • Defensa de la Torre y RPG de acción - ¡Escoge tu clase, personaliza tu personaje y tu equipo, levanta tus defensas de forma estratégica y participa directamente en una batalla cargada de acción para defender tu castillo de la horda invasora!
  • 4 Clases distintas de personaje - ¡Cada clase tiene un árbol de habilidades, conjunto de torres e incluso ataques básicos diferentes! ¡Puedes escoger jugar sigilosamente, hacerte invisible y plantar trampas tras las líneas enemigas con la clase Huntress o luchar a pecho descubierto en medio de la acción acabando de forma brutal con tus enemigos con la clase Squire!
  • Recoge objetos y sube de nivel - ¡Recoge el dinero y los objetos que dejen caer tus enemigos, cámbialos o guárdalos en tu Caja de Objetos para usarlos después! Al eliminar enemigos y completar oleadas obtendrás puntos de experiencia que podrás utilizar para mejorar tu personaje, tus habilidades, tu equipo y tus torres en función de las estadísticas. ¿Quieres mejorar tus Puntos de Impacto, Velocidad de Ataque, Daño, etc? Tú decides cómo hacerlo. Almacena tu inmensa cantidad de dinero en el "Banco de Maná" e inviértela en mejorar tu equipo o comercia con otros jugadores. Muestra con orgullo tu mejor equipo en tu propia "Taberna del Aventurero", ¡sin miedo a que te roben!
  • Hordas de incansables enemigos y jefes gigantescos - Más de 100 enemigos simultáneos que intentarán penetrar tus defensas, ayudados por gigantescos Monstruos Jefe que aparecerán en ciertos momentos clave y desatarán el caos más absoluto. ¡Sólo las tácticas de defensa más efectivas, el trabajo en equipo y los personajes más fuertes te permitirán derrotar a estos malvados jefes! Muchos tipos de enemigo, desde Orcos enormes y estúpidos con hachas gigantescas, Elfos Oscuros ágiles y astutos que atacarán desde la oscuridad con arcos y flechas, hasta alocados duendes armados con paquetes explosivos. ¿Podrás superar los épicos enfrentamientos con los jefes y recoger esos objetos especiales a la vez que defiendes tus cristales?
  • Niveles y modos de juego variados - Cada nivel tiene su propio aspecto visual, distribución, tipos de enemigos, trampas y varias sorpresas. ¡Para recoger todos los objetos y alcanzar los niveles más altos deberás llevar a tu personaje a lo largo de 4 niveles de dificultad, misiones de supervivencia, mapas de desafío y mucho más! Algunos mapas te obligarán a tener defensas móviles, protegiendo un cristal que se desplaza por el mapa. ¡En otros serás TÚ quien ataque a los campamentos enemigos!
  • Recoge e intercambia mascotas online - Existe una gran variedad de mascotas que te ayudarán en la tierra de Etheria, cada una con un comportamiento diferente. Estas mascotas también suben de nivel y pueden ser personalizadas para adecuarse a tu propio estilo de juego. ¡Incluso pueden ser intercambiadas con otros jugadores!
  • Sistema de cambio seguro - ¿Te preocupa que otro jugador no cumpla con lo pactado? ¡Utiliza nuestro sistema de intercambio seguro para intercambiar tus preciosas armas, armaduras y mascotas con otros jugadores online! ¡Haz que tu nombre y tu fama se extiendan online, puesto que la gente buscará a los que mejor suban a sus mascotas o a quienes forjen los mejores objetos!
  • Una montaña de estadísticas - Cada disparo que hagas, cada enemigo que mates, cada defensa que construyas y cualquier otra acción o evento quedará registrada para la posteridad. Estudia minuciosamente las enormes tablas y gráficas al final de cada sesión para analizar el rendimiento de tu equipo, ver rápidamente tus mejores estadísticas en cada nivel y comparar tus datos online con otros jugadores para ver quién es el héroe más grande de todos. Es más, tus Logros estarán visibles para todos en tu propia Taberna del Aventurero, ¡y las puntuaciones más altas de cada uno de tus héroes aparecerán en las tablas de clasificación mundiales!
  • Kit de desarrollo para Dungeon Defenders - Dungeon Defenders incluye un kit de desarrollo gratuito con el que puedes crear y editar nuevas misiones para Dungeon Defenders y mucho más mediante el uso de todos sus recursos. ¡Descarga y comparte estos niveles creados por los usuarios a través de Steam Workshop para una experiencia sin límites en Dungeon Defenders!

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 1 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta gráfica compatible con Shader Model 3 y con 256 MB de VRAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de audio compatible con DirectSound
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 2 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 2 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta gráfica compatible con Shader Model 3 y con 512 MB de VRAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de audio compatible con DirectSound
    • Extras:
    • SO: OS X versión Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior
    • Procesador: Intel a 1.3 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    • Tarjeta de Vídeo: 256 MB de VRAM, compatible con OpenGL 2.1 y Shader Model 3
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 2 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard disk space: 6 Gb
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600, equivalent or greater
    • OpenGL: 2.1
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 21 de diciembre de 2015
I think is the best tower defendse game I have ever played 10/10
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me encanta este juego
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Publicado el 25 de septiembre de 2015
No, I would not recommend this game to anyone, for any reason. At the tail end of of almost a thousand hours, and after careful deliberation, I cannot find anything redeeming in Dungeon Defenders. Not its single-player, not it's multi-player, certainly not its Tower Defense, not its loot mechanics, and, most assuredly, not its community. The whole Dungeon Defenders experience, from the first achievement for simply following a tutorial, to the last achievement in killing four giant snowmen and an alcoholic Santa Claus, is garbage.

Let me get this out of the way – The original thirteen maps of Dungeon Defenders and the original four classes, they're fine. The original, vanilla Dungeon Defenders experience, although simplistic, has a very clear and defined progression. Your four classes – the Apprentice, the Squire, the Huntress, and the Monk – are fairly well balanced for both solo play and multiplayer, and because you can swap characters during maps in solo play, you can make doubly strong defense setups with combinations from those four classes. It is entirely possible, with good tower strategies, to go from the beginning of the game to the end of the game – that is, from Deeper Well to Glitterhelm Caverns - all on the same difficulty with hardly any farming, up to the tail end of Insane difficulty. The original Dungeon Defenders, simplistic it may be, is roughly fifty hours of a tight tower defense experience with a lot of experimentation possible within it.

Enter Nightmare. Enter spiders, enter djinns, and enter sharkens. Which, alright, those aren't bad. These are enemies that are designed to target and disrupt your defenses so that you'd have to reconsider your defense setups. Up to Insane, you weren't really punished for not using all four classes, so Nightmare is the point where the game decides to kick you around a bit and force you to play it better. So, you'll go back and level up a new class to use in conjunction with your usual class and take another crack at it.

So with a format like this, how did this game get screwed so badly?

DLC upon DLC happened, ramping the game's difficulty by numbers up faster than players could keep up with it. You could gotten away with playing with lower stats if it weren't for the Sky City patch that introduced Goblin Copters. Goblin Copters dropping their buffed up Ogres on your defenses alone increased the minimum stat requirements for maps by quite a bit. After that, maps began spamming Ogres ad nauseum just as a difficulty supplement rather than having actual difficulty within the map's designs. Suddenly, people couldn't keep up with the game's difficulty without farming late waves of Survival mode for incrementally better gear. But the random number generator was bugged, so it wasn't giving out progressively stronger gear as often as it should have been. And so, people spent more time farming in the game than they do actually progressing in it.

Entire class DLCs – The Series EV, the Jester, and the Summoner – were released just to keep the game possible to beat, rather than to supplement the game with new and interesting ways to play it. By the real end of the game, those classes are a requirement to succeed. If you favored the Squire or the Apprentice when you began playing the game, they are going to gather dust in your character roster because the real end of the game doesn't even have actual tower defense in the way that the very first thirteen maps do.

Let's also keep in mind that most of the DLC is outsourced to the winners of map contests held by Trendy on their official Dungeon Defenders forums (that unnavigable mess) and other DLCs are very clearly sourced to a different set of developers from the initial game. What this means is that there's a ton of maps in the game that have an inconsistent graphical quality and difficulty – difficulty, by the way, at this point rarely amounts to anything more than using the same three correct classes over and over in the correct spots with no room for experimentation. Then, those maps take anywhere from twenty to forty minutes at a time because of rapidly inflating mob counts per wave.

Look, I get that a difficulty name like “Nightmare” means, okay, the game is going to be hard now, and that naturally does mean you're going to need higher stats to beat older maps, as well as be pretty damn tough in order to meet the requirements of the endgame. That's standard difficulty in game design. And Dungeon Defenders does that! Initially, Nightmare mode challenges your perception of building maps to compensate for spiders dropping in behind your defenses, sharkens who can charge in and completely push them out of the way, and djinns who can just outright destroy them.

Then, the metagame changes and suddenly the solution is always a line of summons on a buff beam underneath a stack of auras. Every special mob and the threat presents is handled by that solution alone. And with that one-size fits all solution, it becomes the only solution that maps are designed around. Difficulty is reduced to a stat requirement on a board that says, “Here. This is how difficult it is, this is what kind of numbers you need to scrape by on the skin of your teeth with, this is what kind of numbers you need to beat it comfortably and farm it, and this is what kind of super low number you can beat it with to stroke your ePeen. These are the points you need to put on the DLC Summoner, the DLC Series EV, the Monk, and the Huntress. Haha, what? Apprentice and Squire? Those aren't relevant.” And that says nothing of building a character for tackling bosses.

Once you get somewhere new in Dungeon Defenders, get comfortable. You're gonna be there for a while, because the loot is bugged. By a Trendy developer's own admission, the stats on drops are bugged so that they rollover – become worse than they should be when they're spawned – and thus the progression is more restrictive than it was ever intended to be. And indeed, DLC was released to try and get around that too. But DLC can't fix a fundamentally broken game, and in fact, it actually broke it more, because the loot coming out of it was too god, so it came out gimped, per that bug.

It is actually to the point where, in order to maximize your chances of getting loot that will give you better stats, and thus, help you move forward, an X-Box controller emulator was devised in order to take advantage of splitscreen. This is so you can have four chances at a map's rewards, rather than just the one, for your thirty minute run of what-the-hell-ever map. And I expect that this tool was only ever intended for the obsessive munchkin crowd, but it rapidly turned into a requirement to proceed at all in the game.

This is not tower defense. This is just farming and reaping the rewards of poor soil.

So, now that you understand what a majority of Dungeon Defenders is, I want you to take a look at the Most Helpful (All Time) reviews here on Steam for this game. Most of them are from people with people whose hours number in the multiple thousands. I hope that at least explaining the arbitrary farming puts into context those hours.

Dungeon Defenders, even with all its DLC, does not have nearly enough content to justify those lengths of time, or, hell, even my own, and by its own design, it's not a game I could recommend to anyone.

It's a bad game.
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A 38 de 65 personas (58%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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216.9 h registradas
Publicado el 11 de octubre de 2015
Played for 1 hour, 176 hours later i have no friends and i'm in a pool of moutin dew bottles.

10/10
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Publicado el 7 de noviembre de 2015
Pretty fun little game. Nothing to write home about, so I'm glad I didn't pay full price. Almost all my hours have been co-op so that was a big part of it for me... NEVER been disconnected from a co-op game, and that's awesome. I run a fairly low-end computer, so that's a big issue for me most of the time. (Also running Win 8.1 and game runs great, btw.)

Overall an entertaining experience and the graphics are cute. Unfortunately, once you're tired of watching dungeon creatures die in bright, sparkly ways, it gets a little monotonous.
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