Released back in 2016, Darkest Dungeon drew critical acclaim and commercial success in bringing players an intense and dark dungeon crawling experience, with the indie title finally heading to the Nintendo Switch in the very, very near future. Developer Red Hook Studios announced that Darkest Dungeon will release for the Nintendo Switch eShop on January 18th, 2018,
Red Hook Studios announced today that it released The Shieldbreaker DLC pack for their amazing RPG Darkest Dungeon today. The DLC’s price only clocks in at $3.99, though it is currently on PC, Mac, and Linux, though the developers are planning on bringing it to the PS4, PS Vita, and iPad versions of the game later
Today, Nintendo announced that the Wii Shop Channel would officially be shutting down on Thursday, January 31, 2019, and starting on March 26, 2018, users will be unable to add points to their Wii Shop accounts. Initially launched in December of 2006 the Wii Shop Channel was a digital-only storefront where Wii and Wii-U owners
As one of last year’s most acclaimed indie titles, Darkest Dungeon brought players into the throws of insanity and madness with compelling (and difficult) gameplay, with the title to make the jump to mobile in just a few weeks. Over on the game’s official website, developer Red Hook Studios announced that Darkest Dungeon will head to iPad on August
Darkest Dungeon – The Crimson Court, the first expansion to the excellent turn-based RPG Darkest Dungeon released today, so Red Hook Studios, the game’s developers, released a launch trailer to celebrate. This expansion sheds some more light on the Ancestor’s early days, and can be played either parallel to the main campaign or on its own.