Dungeon Hunter: Alliance Tops PSN Charts in America
Posted by James Newton
All enemies vanquished
Gameloft's heavy support for PlayStation Move has paid off, as the company's action RPG Dungeon Hunter: Alliance has levelled up to the top of the PSN charts in America.
If you're tempted to pick up this Move-enabled battler, check out our Dungeon Hunter: Alliance review.
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance at the Top of the PlayStation® Store
Paris - Gameloft, a leading developer of digital and social games, climbed to the top of the list of most downloaded games on the PlayStation® Store with Dungeon Hunter: Alliance, its action RPG for PS3TM available on the PlayStation® Network. Since its launch in April, the game was ranked number 1 in the U.S. and reached an excellent number of downloads in Europe.
"We wanted to offer an action RPG that delivers a phenomenal gaming experience in solo and multiplayer modes at a very affordable price," said Julien Fournials, Senior Vice-President of Production at Gameloft. "We know that we’ve reached our goal when our game is ranked number one. This proves that players recognize the value of the games we have to offer."
With Dungeon Hunter: Alliance, players can brave the dangers of Gothicus alone or in a party of up to 4 heroes. Players will be immersed for long hours in the rich, gothic world including 30 settings as they take on the main quest and sidequests, as well as find a nearly endless supply of items to collect. To battle the hordes of monsters, players can choose between classic controls and the PlayStation® Move motion controller. This allows players to simulate point-and-click controls found in the best games of the genre on PC.