A new Darkest Dungeon has been discovered, far off in the distance. It seems there are more depths to discover yet.
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The color of madness is probably something not meant to be found. Unless its the Darkest Dungeon expansion, in which case its probably more entertaining and less of a detriment to mental health.
The Nintendo Switch has been on a roll pretty much from its release date. This has naturally lead to a number of game ports, some great, some surprisingly competent, and some that are better left forgotten. We take a look at some of the recent ports to see how they’ve fared in the transition.
It’s about time again to journey back to the Darkest Dungeon, or at least nearby. A farmstead slowly being warped by cosmic horrors may not be the best vacation spot, but it probably beats getting lost in time and space.
Those looking forward to seeing the Color of Madness can learn a bit about what’s in store. The expansion doesn’t have a release date yet, but iPad players will be able to access the other DLC today.
A month after releasing for Nintendo Switch, Darkest Dungeon is hitting Xbox One. Its release comes with a few complications as to which bundles are available when.
As if exploring the Darkest Dungeon wasn’t enough, now some people want to take it home with them. For those crazy enough to do so, Red Hook Studios has answered the call.
The Direct video didn’t cover all of the recent Switch RPG announcements. Red Hook Studios also separately provided a release date for Darkest Dungeon
The Darkest Dungeon may seem scary, but all the witnesses who say so are unreliably insane. The fact that these people were all perfectly sane before entering is surely just coincidence.