Crimson Court, a piece of DLC for Darkest Dungeon, has a bug on the Switch version that makes it impossible to complete. The game’s development studio has said they are working on a solution. [Update-4:44, 2/14: The issue has been patched]
There is no bad version of Darkest Dungeon, but playing on the Switch might be the best way to play the upsetting medieval stress management sim. The Switch’s controls elevate the game into the best version of itself and make me a better player.
Darkest Dungeon is coming to the Switch on January 18th. Its two DLCs, The Crimson Court and The Shieldbreaker, will also be available for an additional price. The upcoming DLC, The Color Of Madness, will also be available some time after that.
Darkest Dungeon, a depression + anxiety simulation platform, is getting some new DLC next year called The Colour Of Madness.
What do you get when you mix a little of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy with some pure despair? You get Darkest Dungeon, one of the most visually distinctive games on the market.
Darkest Dungeon is coming to iPad August 24th. If you own the game on PC, Mac, or Linux, the developers say you’ll be able to use Dropbox to transfer your save, which is awesome news.
The new Darkest Dungeon DLC, The Crimson Court, tacks a couple more stressful mechanics on top of an already stressful game. I love it.
Darkest Dungeon’s Crimson Court expansion will be released June 19 for PC, Mac, and Linux, with the PS4 release to follow. The expansion will add new enemies, bosses, and other stuff that will kill you. Of course.
Darkest Dungeon’s Radiant Mode is now in public beta on Steam. The mode provides some tweaks that shorten the game’s play time. There’s also four new monsters and other changes.
I love Darkest Dungeon, which is why I decided never to finish it.
When Darkest Dungeon first launched on Steam Early Access in February 2015, it was almost universally beloved. A unique, polished, fleshed-out experience on Early Access? It was practically unheard of. So it was all happily ever after from there, right? Hardly.
Darkest Dungeon just added a new class, The Antiquarian, along with some other tweaks. Full patch notes here.
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.
Steam Early Access might be a drag sometimes, but it isn't always. Here's Eurogamer with a list of ten Early Access games that are delivering on what they promised. Which ones have you played?
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…
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.