Darkest Dungeon on PS4/PS Vita, Now With New Czech Translation

Darkest Dungeon is probably my favorite game released this year. It is a Gothic rogue-like about the stresses of dungeon crawling. You lead a party of heroes trying to stop an ancient evil encroaching upon your birth village. But you do not stand only against creatures of the dark. Hunger, diseases and unimaginable horrors that your heroes encounter will all take a toll on their mental state. They will despair, they will go mad, they will die… and they won’t return. The game features challenging tactical combat and gloomy Lovecraftian hand-drawn graphics.

Yesterday, the Red Hook released the long-awaited PS4/PS Vita version. I am personally invested in this one, because supposed features a remade Czech localization. The original localization was plagued by inconsistent, too literal, and sometimes outright wrong translations. I took upon the task of bringing it up to standards. And many sleepless nights later, the Czech gamers should have a much more pleasant experience. So, for those of you who have not tried the game yet, this is the perfect chance. If you are still not convinced, take a look at the is a release trailer:

Edit: And now there is a DLC on the way too!

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