The lights are on
As part of the Gamescom festivities, Namco Bandai has released a video interview with Dark Souls II's new director, Yui Tanimura, about what changes are coming to the sequel, and what won't be changing.
You can check out the video below where Tanimura talks about his plans for the game and all the new deaths players can look forward to seeing. There's also a healthy dose of gameplay footage.
For our own interview with Tanimura at E3, head here. Dark Souls II is coming to PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360 next year.
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When I read what's staying the same in the title, the first thought coming into mind was the difficulty.
Just inject it into my veins!
Holy crap. Look at that framerate! There is a ton of stuff going on and it isn't running like complete poop! Hurray!
There is no such thing as hyperbole if in the act of praising how great this game looks.
It's very rare for me to buy a game on day one, but the director seems to have convinced me that this may be a possibility.
I need to update my video card.
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Can't wait, day one buy for sure.
I still haven't finished Dark Souls cause it's been a while since I played anything else than Black Ops 2 or BF3 with my inlaws during the weekend. I should get to it though since I can't wait for the sequel. The dude in the video looks like he needs sleep badly.