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  • Blog Post: From Software's Next Project Will Support PlayStation VR

    From Software has experienced a renaissance since the Dark Souls series captured widespread attention, but the studio's been around for decades. A recent video highlights its past work – including the King's Field and Armored Core series – and offers a tiny fragment of tantalizing... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Getting An Update Tonight That Will Result In A Few Hours Of Downtime

    Dark Souls III will be going down for a few hours tonight on all platforms in order to deliver update version 1.04. The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of the game will be down for different periods of time. You can check out the times below. PS4 – 4PM to 6PM PDT XB1 – 4PM to 10PM... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Board Game Kickstarter Breaks $1 Million In 24 Hours

    Turns out gamers really want to play a Dark Souls board game. Announced earlier this month , the Kickstarter project from tabletop game creator Steamforged has already passed $1 million in pledges in just the first day of its campaign. Steamforged has translated the punishing action RPG series into a... More
  • Blog Post: Better Ways To Show Your Dark Souls Love Than Prima's Disappointing Estus Flask

    With the arrival of Dark Souls III last week, Prima released an Estus Flask special edition game guide , which alongside other merchandise, included a replica of an Estus Flask. Unfortunately, many unboxing videos and reviews have shown that fans are dissatisfied with the cheap-looking flask. With this... More
  • Blog Post: First Dark Souls III DLC Arrives This Fall

    From Software and Bandai Namco want to make sure you have lots of opportunity to praise the sun throughout the year. While most of us in the west are still playing through Dark Souls III (you have seen our ongoing playthrough , right?), it’s not too early to think about DLC. We don’t have... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Dark Souls III Or Ratchet & Clank?

    Today saw the release of Dark Souls III, as well the remake of the original Ratchet & Clank on PlayStation 4. The two games have radically different tones, combat, and weapons. About the only thing they share is a release date, but that doesn't mean its fans don't overlap. Maybe you picked... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Launch Trailer Emerges From The Darkness

    Dark Souls III is out today on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and with it comes horrors unimaginable and certain death. And a launch trailer. The footage chronicles just some of the challenges and encounters that await players. Fear not, however, as we've got you covered with Dan's review and a guide... More
  • Blog Post: With Dark Souls III Out Next Week, Don't Forget About Our Exclusive Content Hub

    Dark Souls III already launched in Japan, but we're still anticipating its arrival in North America in just two days time. Because of this, we have an abundance of exclusive content to share from last year's October cover story for you to peruse. Click here , or the banner below, to be directed... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Enjoy Brutally Challenging Games?

    Next week, Dark Souls III is releasing in North America. The RPG series is, of course, notoriously known for its brutal difficulty, which is one of the game's biggest hooks for some. Do you enjoy hard games? I think the only genre where I really appreciate brutal difficulty is with platformers. Probably... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Board Game Heads To Kickstarter

    Dark Souls III releases in North America in just a few days, and if you're looking for even more Souls in your life, you're in luck. Steamforged, the team behind the medieval football tabletop game Guild Ball , has announced that they have partnered up with Bandai Namco to bring a Dark Souls... More
  • Blog Post: Confirmed: Dark Souls Xbox One Backward Compatibility Coming

    Update: Microsoft has opened pre-purchasing for Dark Souls III. The product listings confirm yesterday's leak regarding Dark Souls backward compatibility. The game is being sold at two price points on the Xbox website and Xbox One console. The standard $59.99 edition and the $84.99 version that includes... More
  • Blog Post: New Gruesome Dark Souls II Artbook Available Now

    Publisher Udon Entertainment released the art compendium Dark Souls II: Design Works today. The hardcover book contains over 200 pages delving into the dark, moody world of From Software’s hit action-RPG. Dark Souls II: Design Works features character, world, enemy, weapon, and equipment artwork... More
  • Blog Post: New Bloodborne Update Eases Weapon Upgrading

    From Software continues its streak of post-launch improvements to Bloodborne, this time removing the one-per-playthrough limit on Blood Rocks. Update 1.09 offers players a couple of tweaks to get excited about, but the biggest change should appeal to hardcore fans: Blood Rocks can now be purchased from... 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: Bloodborne's Upcoming Patch Introduces New Group Of Hunters, The League

    The Old Hunters, Bloodborne’s first expansion, launches November 24 but that’s not the only new content coming to the hit PlayStation 4 exclusive. A new patch is bringing more co-op NPC’s along with a band of hunters known as The League. The League is a faction of hunters bound together... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Presumptuously Names Bloodborne 'Game Of The Year' Before 2015 Is Even Over

    “Game of the Year” editions aren’t a new phenomenon. Dragon Age: Inquisition just received one last week, for instance. But Sony is trying something different. It’s releasing one before any outlets actually award their annual superlatives. While Bloodborne is quite good , bundling... 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: Dark Souls III Arrives In North America April 2016

    As of today, Dark Souls III has a release window in North America - April 2016. While we don't have an exact date, that's a significant ballpark to start planning for. The game will launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. You can learn much much more about the upcoming From Software action-RPG via our... 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
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