Tag: Darkest Dungeon

5 Roguelikes To Play After Hades 2

5 Great Roguelikes to Play after Hades

 |  Eduard Gafton
If you love Hades as much as we do, you’ve already probably run through Hell and back again enough times to have seen most of what the game has to offer.
Pixels &Amp; Ink: Episode 287

Pixels & Ink: Episode 287

 |  CGMagazine
This week, the Pixels & Ink Podcast team takes a look at some of the latest game releases and the hottest news out of the game and movie industry. 
Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition Coming To Switch And Ps4

Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition Coming to Switch and PS4

 |  Alex Handziuk
Celebrated RPG Darkest Dungeon will soon be getting a physical release for Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4.
Red Hook Studios Teases Darkest Dungeon On Switch 1

Red Hook Studios Teases Darkest Dungeon on Switch

 |  Anita Tai
Red Hook Studios added another reason on Saturday to consider getting the Nintendo Switch. The official Twitter account and Facebook page for the award-winning indie darling Darkest Dungeon released a video that hinted the title may be headed over to the system. The video features a player’s party in combat as the screen slowly pans […]
Darkest Dungeon Console Release Delayed Till Late Summer

Darkest Dungeon Console Release Delayed Till Late Summer

 |  Cole Watson
Playstation 4 and PS Vita gamers will have to wait till late July or late August before they will be able to experience the dark and difficult roguelike RPG, Darkest Dungeon.
Darkest Dungeon (Pc) Review 6

Darkest Dungeon (PC) Review

 |  Jake Yanik
I hate Darkest Dungeon. With every fibre of my being, I hate it. Not because it’s a bad game; it is, in fact, one of the best games I’ve ever had the pleasure of playing—certainly the best I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing professionally. I hate it because it punishes me at every opportunity. Never […]
Can Two-Dimensional Games Make A Comeback?

Can Two-Dimensional Games Make a Comeback?

 |  Reid McCarter
There’s something about hand-drawn animation that will always manage to impress. Even as computer generated visual styles become more refined in both film and videogames the sense of humanity that comes from traditional, “analogue” methods seems impossible to replicate. When animation is based on the intimate contact of pen on paper (or even stylus on […]
Early Access: Darkest Dungeon

Early Access: Darkest Dungeon

 |  Reid McCarter
Darkest Dungeon makes a strong first impression. From the moment it begins, the player is presented with a world rendered murky and foreboding through a distinct comic book visual style. Heavy shading exaggerates the inky blackness of shadows and bright red is splashed liberally, highlighting spilled blood and, when aboveground, doomsday skies. The game is […]

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