Crimson Keep for Xbox One
Xbox One

Crimson Keep

Mar 6, 2019
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Developer: Ian Atherton
Content Rating: Mature


In this First Person, Action RPG the player descends into an ever-changing labyrinth full of monsters, traps, and treasure. Locate the sunken remains of the Crimson Keep and cleanse it. The great power you find within could be your only hope of escape.

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William WorrallMar 30, 2019
Crimson Keep does a terrible job of recapturing dungeon crawler magic. Instead of using randomization in effective ways, it just prolongs its runtime with padding, terrible visuals, and audio issues.
Mark SherwoodMar 09, 2019
Crimson Keep is a disgusting mess. It’s a game in which progress is measured by luck and chance rather than skill and strategy, simply due to its horrendously developed framework. The combat is all over the place, the looting is almost completely unnecessary, and the level-up system is practically useless. It doesn’t help that the game is chock-full of cheap deaths, most of which are born through lazy ideas, technical flaws, and poor execution.
Ethan ButterfieldJun 08, 2019
Crimson Keep is a decent enough title that you’ll get some entertainment out of it, however, the story is barebones, the gameplay at its core is bland and basic, and progressing throughout feels like it’s done at a crawl. On the positive side though, the design and overall look of the game are definitely noteworthy, being two aspects that help make this title more appealing from a visual perspective. Long story short, it’s up to you in this case, I personally would save my money for something else.

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