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None of these complaints derail me from one underlying fact: Darkest Dungeon is a superb game and is well suited for the iPad. It’s the kind of game you can drop almost any amount of time into and have fun. I’ve played both quick, twenty-minute spurts to tackle a single quest as well as some hours-long play sessions where I settled into the couch to really dig in and make some progress. Combat is fun and challenging and rewards good planning—picking the right mix of characters to go in—as well as good turn-by-turn decision making. The ability to upgrade and improve your town as you go adds a nice sense of permanence to what is otherwise a constantly shifting mix of characters. The bottom line is that if you enjoy role-playing games centered on smart, tactical combat Darkest Dungeon is a must-buy.
A rich, tough, ingenious dungeon crawler that's a pain to play in (mostly) all the right ways.
Darkest Dungeon visits fresh horrors upon unseasoned newcomers, but behind its grim facade is a fascinating dungeon crawler.
If you played and liked Darkest Dungeon on PC, picking up the tablet edition is a no-brainer. For five bucks, you can take your dungeon-crawling on-the-go, and even continue adventures you've started on the PC by exporting your save file via Dropbox. That said, Darkest Dungeon certainly isn't for everyone. It feels like a game that wants to beat you down by throwing its systems at you. This can be fun to a point, but it also makes the game feel pretty oppressive and downright random. Considering the game is about fighting off eldritch horrors, this makes a certain amount of sense, but it also makes for a less fun game experience.
Jedinečné invenci krásně chmurné hry na hrdiny hází klacky pod nohy zásadní technické přešlapy. Ať už se jedná o ztrápené ovládání či dost rozpačité vyobrazení na dotykovém displeji, tabletová verze prostě rozčiluje jinak, než měli tvůrci v úmyslu.