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  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Could Be Final Souls Game

    It's been a fun, if not difficult ride, but Dark Souls' creator Hidetaka Miyazaki is ready to conclude the Dark Souls series with Dark Souls III. From Software’s Dark Souls series has risen to become a massive figure in the gaming industry, but its time in the limelight might be nearly... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Dark Souls III Receiving Multiple Collector's Editions

    Many of the dangers that will be delivered by Dark Souls III when it launches next year are still shrouded in mystery, but we might now have an early glimpse at two potential collector's editions for From Software's upcoming action game. A retailer based in the United Arab Emirates called Geekay... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls 3's Online PS4 Beta Is Ready For Download

    Did you to sign up for the Dark Souls III beta back on September 18? The application window is closed now, but Bandai Namco is letting fans download the beta onto their PlayStation 4s before they even learn whether or not they've been accepted into the stress test pool. According to a post on the... More
  • Blog Post: After Pokémon And Dark Souls, Twitch Is Now Attempting To Play Fallout 3

    After TwitchPlaysPokémon, watching Twitch facilitate the crowd-source playing of video games has become a strange phenomenon. Fallout 3 is the latest to participate in the trend. You can find the stream by heading here . Things are going... slow. As it turns out, Fallout 3 is a very complicated... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Releases In March 2016 In Japan

    We're still waiting to learn Dark Souls III's North American release date, but in Japan the game will be available on March 24, 2016. News of the Japanese launch date comes from a From Software press release . The March 24 release date covers the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. The release... More
  • Blog Post: From Software Opening New Studio To "Focus On Creating 3D CG Assets"

    A press release from From Software announced recently that the studio is establishing a new studio in Fukuoka, Japan in October. According to the release , the studio is being established to work on creating assets and won't radically change From's development trajectory. From Software has been... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Demon's Souls? Dark Souls? Or BloodBorne?

    They're all from the same developer, From Software, and they all deliver a similar oppressive aesthetic, but they are each distinct. Which is your preference? To help influence your decision, here are our reviews: Demon's Souls - 9 Dark Souls - 8.75 Dark Souls II - 9.75 BloodBorne - 9.75 We're... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Mod Lets You Take Full Control Of Dark Souls II's Bosses Later This Year

    An upcoming Dark Souls Boss Arena Mod, currently being worked on by DaTeHaCKs , lets you play as the bosses in Dark Souls II. You can find some videos of the mod already in a functional state on DaTeHaCKs YouTube channel . The videos below showcase the Hellkite Dragon – one of the larger bosses... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Franchise Ships Over 8.5 Million Copies Worldwide

    During a From Software presentation in Japan, the company has announced the great success of the Dark Souls Action/RPG series across the globe. Adding up the shipment numbers worldwide for Dark Souls (2,828,000), Dark Souls with Artorias of the Abyss (2,765,000), Dark Souls 2 (2,311,000), and Dark Souls... More
  • Blog Post: Art And Frustration Come Together In Newly Announced Dark Souls II: Design Works Book

    From Software's Souls series is equal parts terrifying and beautiful. Dark Souls II is no exception, from the orange hues and dramatic cliffs of Majula to the grotesque landscape of the Black Gulch. To celebrate the announcement of Dark Souls III , Udon Entertainment announced the art book Dark Souls... More
  • Blog Post: Teens Die Over And Over And Over Again In Dark Souls

    You’d think that today’s youth wouldn’t be so surprised by a recent release. This episode is afforded a bit more time, with the youngsters going through the character creator, the intro scene, and then the “Yo! Is that a dragon? I’m gonna free you, dude!” part. The... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Showcases Impressive Collection Of Dark Souls Sketches And Artwork

    Illustrator John Devlin recently gathered a collection of his impressive Dark Souls work. You can see just a few of Devlin's approximately of 20 pieces above and below. You can see more of them here , but even that represents less than half of of the total library of work. Devlin is planning on putting... More
  • Blog Post: Smooth McGroove Tackles Dark Souls And Majora's Mask In Latest A Cappella Performances

    Smooth McGroove, who is known for his a cappella versions of popular video game songs on YouTube, released his latest performances featuring selections from Dark Souls and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. In last week's video, the performer, who typically covers classic themes, took to the... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Lords Of The Fallen On iOS And Android Is A 'New Experience' And Not A Direct Port

    Update: CI Games has responded to our request for more information about its recent announcements regarding the Lords of the Fallen franchise. The iOS/Android announcement has been clarified. "I'd like to offer some new information - we're currently working on a mobile game that takes place... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Steam Migration Now Available

    From Software and Bandai Namco have initiated the promised Steamworks conversion , dropping Games for Windows Live from the title. In order to carry over your save data and achievements, you’ll need to import them in the next two months. There are different processes depending on whether you originally... More
  • Blog Post: From Software Details Bloodborne's Ever-Changing Chalice Dungeon, Showcases New Boss

    From Software's Hidetaka Miyazaki came on stage at the PlayStation Experience to show off Bloodborne's Chalice Dungeon. The demo offered gameplay showing off the new procedurally generated map. It's three levels and will change with each play through, and you can share your version of the... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Steam Migration Delayed Until December

    In October, Bandai Namco announced that it would be transferring online services from Games for Windows Live to Steam. That process was supposed to be completed in November, but it’s now been delayed. The migration is now slated for December. “We are working hard to finalize the process to... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls PC Players Will Be Able To Transfer Data To Steam In November

    If you’ve been sitting on a copy of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on PC, you might have noticed some problems thanks to the defunct Games for Windows Live. There’s good news, as Bandai Namco has announced it will be porting everything over to Steam. During November, you’ll be able... More
  • Blog Post: Masochist Shreds Through Dark Souls With Rock Band Controller

    Dark Souls 2 is the kind of game that challenges you to bring your A game to the table. When working your way through its moody environments you generally want to equip yourself with only the best gear. One player, however, felt like plaything through the game with a Rock Band controller, and not only... More
  • Blog Post: Reminder: Last Day For Dark Souls From Games With Gold

    Today is the last day to grab your copy of Dark Souls if you have Xbox Live Gold. A lot happened last week, so you'd be forgiven if you were distracted and forgot. To add the game to your queue remotely, head here . For our review of Dark Souls, head here . Starting tomorrow, Charlie Murder and bonus... More
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