Darkest Dungeon Articles
The team at Red Hook Games brings a huge update to their gothic RPG this week as Darkest Dungeon launches new characters, new bosses, and loads of updates to the game. Players will have a lot to read up on today and find plenty of new tools waiting when they log in.
The games media has been on fire this week. The topic, not for the first time, has been Steam Early Access – or more precisely, Peter Molyneux, but we’ll get to that later. Amidst all the chaos of broken promises and players rightfully feeling taken for a ride, we’ve had the chance to play a game that does Early Access right: Red Hook Studios’ Darkest Dungeon. It’s a game with fresh ideas and a sense of style.
With something like 30 hours under my belt in Darkest Dungeon at this point, there are definitely some classes I tend to favor more than others. Face it, some just get the job done better and aren’t as vulnerable to the sorts of chaos you’re sure to find while adventuring in the game.
Ripper had a crazy dungeon run where he stressed out possibly more then his heroes themselves. Amazing run and crazy finish in Darkest Dungeon! Warning: Strong Language Visit our Livestream Channel at: http://www.twitch.tv/mmorpgcom
The roguelike and macabre RPG Darkest Dungeon officially launches as a Steam Early Access title today, and we're celebrating with the Red Hook dev team tonight at 930pm ET, 630pm PT. Come join us, see what the RPG is all about, and maybe win a copy!
Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic RPG about the stresses of dungeon crawling. You will lead a band of heroes on a perilous side-scrolling descent, dealing with a prodigious number of threats to their bodily health, and worse, a relentless assault on their mental fortitude! Five hundred feet below the earth you will not only fight unimaginable foes, but famine, disease, and the stress of the ever-encroaching dark. Darkest Dungeon focuses on the humanity and psychological vulnerability of th
At its most basic level, Darkest Dungeon is a Gothic themed side-scrolling turn-based RPG that emphasizes the psychological stresses of dungeon crawling. Ever wonder what’s going on in the head of your Demon Hunter as she explores the nightmarish depths of Hell in Diablo 3? Surely, our heroes are tough – but at some point all of this horror must take a toll, right?
Fans of the upcoming Darkest Dungeons, an RPG built around the mental trauma of being a hero, will be pleased to know that the Steam Early Access program will begin on February 3rd. No similar date has been set for the PlayStation 4 version announced last week.
The Darkest Dungeon team has taken to the PlayStation blog to introduce its game to the console audience. The article gives readers a look at the "stress-based" RPG that is now confirmed as heading to the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita sometime in 2015. The PC release window has not yet been revealed.
Our second look at Darkest Dungeon this year comes from PAX Prime. In the last 5 months the team has been building in a lot of character options and new dungeons. Bringing in the town elements of the world to rest your party as well, Darkest Dungeon continues to be the thinking player’s RPG with loads of options for an independent game.
Today we'll be catching up with Darkest Dungeon, a game that first caught our attention at PAX East this year. Darkest Dungeon is an old-school rogue-like with a couple of twists. The first thing that grabs you is the art style, a very Gothic, dark style that looks like it was hand-drawn with a traditional crow-quill. Heavy black inking and rich colors give this game a really unique presence that absolutely suits the game's dark and somber themes.
Darkest Dungeon is an old school turn-based RPG where your party suffers from the effects of stress the deeper and darker the dungeon becomes. It really impressed us at PAX, especially coming from such a small Indie group of developers. We caught up with the guys from Red Hook to talk about the game and their vision.
What evil lurks in the darkest depths of the dungeon? Red Hook games wants you to find out, and you just might go mad exploring Darkest Dungeon: a sadistic RPG where your party begins to lose their minds and suffer PTSD they deeper they explore and the more foes they fight.