Progress isn’t permanent.
Darkest Dungeon, Red Hook’s unique (and dark) dungeon crawler, one of the most popular (and darkest) Early Access games on Steam, finally got a release date for its full version: January 19, 2016.
Darkest Dungeon might be the out-of-nowhere Steam sensation of the year. For the game, that’s been a double-edged sword.
Darkest Dungeon has been one of the hottest, hardest games to see release in the new year. Despite being an Early Access title, the dungeon-crawler debuted as one of the top-selling games on Steam and has stayed there since its debut. That must be why a scammer has a shady $3.99 listing up on the official Windows app…
I don't believe myself to be a popular person. In middle school and high school I had my group of friends, and that was a-okay with me. I was approachable towards others and always polite, but I didn't go necessarily out of my way to try to "fit in" or make "faux-friends". If I was just acquaintances with someone,…
It can't be all that fun to be a character in a game called Darkest Dungeon. You spend all your time in caves and ruins, risking your life while fighting horrible monsters, watching your friends suffer and even die. The emotional toll must be high.
Life is stressful and sometimes even the bravest people shut down under too much trauma. Darkest Dungeon takes that emotional reality and weaves it into the game, giving players a band of warriors who can get so sick and tired of fighting all the damn time that they'll just quit or run away.
Darkest Dungeon is a 2D RPG that's looking nice. And I'm not just saying that because those lines and that colour palette are doing a damn fine Hellboy impersonation.