Community Announcements - [TrendyEnt] Pmasher
Greetings Defenders,



We’ve just updated Dungeon Defenders II Early Access with two of your most requested features -- pets and a boss! We’d really love feedback on these new features from owners of the original Dungeon Defenders, so for a limited time you can log in to DD2 to receive:

$6 premium in-game currency
“Veteran Defender” Title

We thank all of you for your support and look forward to your feedback. You might see our faces around here a bit more in the coming weeks, with some nifty news relating to the original Dungeon Defenders.

-Pmasher
Community Announcements - SquidInABox
The Waves Wiki page is now live.

http://wavesgame.wikia.com/wiki/Waves_Wiki

Full of information on how to get the best scores.
PC Gamer

The Steam Workshop is a giant thing, containing over 24,000 Skyrim mods, over 413,000 Portal 2 levels and, for some reason, over 100 Goat Simulator characters and mutators. It's also a profitable thing. Team Fortress 2, Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive all have curated Workshops—letting players pick the community-made items that will go on sale in the game.

Valve has now announced that, since the launch of the Workshop in 2011, the total payments to individuals for the creation of in-game items has surpassed $57 million.

Previously, only Valve games had curated item Workshops—something Valve attributes to the "sheer number of challenges required in order to scale to a global audience of creators and players". Seemingly, these hurdles have been overcome, as the Workshop is now hosting curated item Workshops for Chivalry: Medieval Warfare and Dungeon Defenders: Eternity.

"Purchases of this great new content directly enables those community members to continue practicing their craft and making more awesome content," writes Valve, before going on to say that they expect more curated Workshops in "the coming weeks and months".

Community Announcements - MountainOutcast
You may have noticed that Primal Carnage is 75% off and will be until January 2nd. Now is the best time to pick up the game!

And as a reminder, anyone who bought the game before November 20th receives an 85% discount on Primal Carnage: Extinction.

Anyone who bought or buys it after November 20th up until the game launches (tenatively Febrary 28th) will get a 50% discount on Extinction. That means the cheapest way to get Extinction, if that's what you want, will be to buy the original first!

You get TWO games for $13.74 instead of one game (Extinction) for $19.99. But hurry, the sale will end before you know it!
Community Announcements - MountainOutcast
The way the loyalty discount is set up new purchasers of Primal Carnage during this sale, will get 50% off Primal Carnage: Extinction when it becomes available to purchase on December 3rd. That is TWO GAMES for only $13.73!

Spread the word!!!
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (John Walker)

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game recommendations. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time.>

Unmechanical has gone so forgotten that even I, despite adoring it back in 2012, had entirely forgotten what it was about. Although I’m also old and stupid. What it is about is playing a little floating robot, with a tractor beam for a bottom, trying to solve a series of physics puzzles in a madly charming 2D puzzler.

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Community Announcements - Hamster
As we get closer to the impending release of Primal Carnage 2.0, we’ve been working hard lately to show more of the development process. With that in mind, we've got some recordings of our livestreams to whet your appetite. Enjoy!

Some new features showcased in the video are as follows:

New flamethrower effects
New multislot equip system for classes
Optional 3rd person camera for humans
Grenade cooking
New flamethrower effects
Dinosaur tail physics
New dilo spit effects
Spinosaurus added to TDM
Rex added to GTTC
Optional 3d sniper scope
New background scenery
GTTC ending cinematics

Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWWOf9RhFYQ

For all of the information, including timelapse videos of level design, go ahead and head over to our website too: http://primalcarnage.com/website/development-update-streaming-highlights/
PC Gamer
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Nearly three years after Dungeon Defenders came to the PC, the "definitive version" of the game is available as Dungeon Defenders Eternity, an all-in-one package offering "previously released material, new content, redesigned gameplay balance and cross-platform play." It is not, however, the sequel, which is still in the works.

A tower defense/RPG hybrid, Dungeon Defenders didn't knock it out of the park in our review, but it was a big success nonetheless, moving more than one million copies across all platforms by early 2012. That was enough to spur a sequel, announced in 2013, and while work continues on that, developer Trendy Games has made it a little easier to pass the time by bundling up the original with new features, new options and new levels.

"As we get closer to the arrival of Dungeon Defenders 2, we re thrilled to revisit the title that forged the franchise," Darrell Rodriguez, CEO of developer Trendy Entertainment, said in a statement. "Dungeon Defenders Eternity is in many ways a product of our players, built around feedback from fans. Having an open dialog with our fans is core to all our efforts at Trendy, and that same philosophy is being actively applied to our work on the sequel as well."

While it's essentially the same game as the original, it's been "rebuilt from the ground up," with rebalanced heroes, a redesigned loot system and more tools for players to use in defense of their dungeons. It also adds visible armor, a new dashing system, consumable boosters, increased security by way of dedicated servers and four new missions, with more planned as free add-ons in the future.

Dungeon Defenders Eternity is available now from Steam for $15, a launch week promotion of $5 off the regular price. Gamers who already own Dungeon Defenders will get 45 percent off the regular price until September 22, and anyone who buys it will also get exclusive items, titles and pets in Dungeon Defenders 2 when it launches.
Community Announcements - [TrendyEnt] Kim
Surprise! Today marks the release of Dungeon Defenders Eternity, the definitive version of the original Dungeon Defenders. Eternity takes the best missions from the original game and includes a host of new features, content and anti-hacker security as requested by our loyal Defenders!

Visit the Steam page to learn more!
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (Alice O'Connor)

Sure that's London whatever.

Do you long to schmooze with the stars at video game launch parties? Oh, if only you knew Johnny Activision or Ian Ubisoft! Or had the dubious privilege of being ‘games press.’ You’d be a knockout in a fancy gown, I just know it. Alternatively, a little more down to earth and plaid shirt-y, a plucky young group of indie developers in London are starting collective launch parties for loads of their games at once, and you–yes you!–are invited.

The first is on Monday, July 14, in this here London and it’s free. You could meet an actual real indie developer, play some actual real indie games in an actual real indie workspace/basement/pub, and wake up in a Dalston gutter with an actual real tattoo of the Steam logo across your neck.

… [visit site to read more]

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