Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic roguelike turn-based RPG about the psychological stresses of adventuring.
Recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes through twisted forests, forgotten warrens, ruined crypts, and beyond. You'll battle not only unimaginable foes, but stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching dark.
Uncover strange mysteries, and pit the heroes against an array of fearsome monsters with an innovative strategic turn-based combat system.
As its huge Winter Sale comes to an end, Steam has revealed the Top 100 best-selling games of 2016 on the digital distribution platform. The games are ranked by gross revenue generated, and divided into four tiers: platinum, gold, silver, and bronze.
What’s noticeable is the strong distribution of indie games across all tiers, including the top platinum tier. While big-budget triple-A titles like Fallout 4, Dark Souls III, and Grand Theft Auto V are included in the tier, so too are indie titles like Rocket League and No Man’s Sky. The latter is most surprising, given its critical reception.
Moving down to the gold tier, more surprise indie hits can be found. Dead by Daylight and Stardew Valley have found a prominent audience, and sit alongside shooters such as Doom, Rainbow Six: Siege, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
The silver tier sees popular Steam Early Access titles enter the mix, with the likes of Subnautica, Rust, and Planet Coaster. These unfinished games are butting heads with triple-A open world games like Watch Dogs 2, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, and Far Cry: Primal.
The final bronze tier sees the largest indie representation. 7 Days to Die, Garry’s Mod, Factorio, Starbound, Darkest Dungeon, Terraria, Grim Dawn, RimWorld, Endless Legend, Firewatch, and Undertale are just a few of the notable indie games on the list. On the bronze triple-A side, the likes of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Hitman, Mafia III, Just Cause 3, and Far Cry 4 share the same status.
What this list shows is just how little barrier is left between indie and triple-A adoption – at least for PC gamers buying their games digitally. With more and more indie games releasing on Steam each year, it will be interesting to see how the ratio changes at the end of 2017, and what the year’s surprise indie megahits will be.
The Darkest Night, Brightest Dawn mod for Darkest Dungeon introduces a variety of quality of life improvements and balance tweaks intended to enhance...
GOG's indie sale continues on, and with indie games being some of the frontrunners of modding support, we've got five picks from the sale and a mod for...
Welcome to the 2016 Award Presentation, while the old computer crunches the votes, we highlight our favourites from the year.
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This update includes the most recent update of Black Reliquary (Crawling Chaos Update). This update features a new region, several new trinkets, and a...
This is a music mod and in-game music accompaniment for the PC version.
A music tribute to the guild DARKSIDE. Do not download if you have no idea what that means, search engine "Sky Symphony Imperium" instead.
Version 1.2 -Fixed the combat idle sprites issue. Version 1.1 -Edited the camp sprite to have a smaller head. -Fixed the resolve sprites not showing completely...
This is a difficulty changer mod for Darkest Dungeon for version 24839.
This mod turns your wimpy heroes into bad@ss Super Heroes. If you are fed up with the game being so hard and don't wanna spend 267 years to complete it...
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Probably a drop in an ocean of comments but if any of you in Red Hook read this, it's a shame for modders that you haven't been able to correct the bug to make localization files for the non steam version.
There are players and modders who do not want to go through Steam in order to play or to download mods. If you make a version of a game which is only moddable properly with Steam you're shoehorning the modding community to that platform and version.
Despite of modders able to post their work in other places other than the Steam workshop (why not here, anyway?) you are simply making them lazy enough to try and thus, cutting the possibilities of further work by a bugged version, hence making your presence in this site completely irrelevant or as a bad joke.
My two cents.
I called my manor The "The Mark" Estate. Didn't know was gonna come up as that. How do you change the name of your save?
I did a Let's Play/First impressions on this game! Come check it out if ya like!
Big thanks to the developer for this great game!
Hope you enjoy.