Dungeon Defenders hit 1 million downloads

Trendy Entertainment's $15 tower-defense action RPG reaches platinum status across XBLA, PSN, and PC since release in October.

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A month after Super Meat Boy reached 1 million in sales, tower-defense action role-playing game Dungeon Defenders has also hit that mark. According to its publisher, sales of the game across Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network, and PC now number at over 1 million.

Over 1 million have defended dungeons in Dungeon Defenders.
Over 1 million have defended dungeons in Dungeon Defenders.

The news stems from Joystiq, which confirmed the new sales milestone with Doug Kennedy, CEO of the game's publisher, Reverb Publishing.

Dungeon Defenders launched on Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network, and Steam in October for $15, and it has subsequently welcomed multiple add-on packs. The game is also planned for the PlayStation Vita.

Developed by Trendy Entertainment, the downloadable Dungeon Defenders is a mix of tower-defense and action role-playing games. The title features drop-in/drop-out cooperative play for up to four players, with four distinct character classes like the squire and huntress.

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