It sports four character classes, customisable heroes, equipment forging, loot gathering and even raisable pets. Then there's the tower construction of course.
This latest dev diary explains the game's Combat phase. "This is where your strategies, tower and trap placements, upgrades and approach (and those of up to three of your friends if you’re playing local or online co-op) will be tested by wave after wave of baddies that are hell-bent on destroying your Eternia Crystals," said Trendy's Phillip M. Asher.
"The Combat phase is not only about testing out your defenses, but also testing out your skill. That’s where the action-RPG part comes in. You’ll have to take on the enemies first hand, and be able to pick up all the sweet loot they drop as well."
PlayStation Move and stereoscopic 3D are fully supported. Dungeon Defenders releases on PS3 October 18th. It will be selling for $14.99 on the US PlayStation Store.