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  • 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
  • Blog Post: October Cover Revealed – Dark Souls III

    The Dark Souls series has had a fascinating rise in popularity over the years, spurred on from the success of Demon’s Souls and other dark fantasy From Software titles that came before it. Players hungry for a challenge, elaborate environments, and some of the most interesting characters and enemies... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls III Gameplay Revealed In New Trailer

    At Gamescom 2015 Microsoft Press conference, viewers were treated to some Dark Souls III gameplay footage for the first time. We saw all the traditional rolling, slicing, gigantic aberrations and huge bosses with haunting, now familiar epic orchestral tunes. Beautiful, gothic environments and grotesque... More
  • Blog Post: Bloodborne's Box Art Becomes Tangible With $300 Statue

    Gecco's latest video game statue is inspired by Bloodborne's box art, which shows a hunter standing confidently with a blunderbuss and saw cleaver in hand. Gecco worked closely with From Software's artists to ensure every little detail in this figure's "hunter set" attire is... More
  • Blog Post: Bloodborne Getting Scaling Multiplayer In New Patch

    Patch 1.05 will be bringing new fixes to the game, but perhaps the most interesting thing found in currently available patch notes is the concept of scaling to the host when there's a significant level discrepancy between host and guest. From the the update page : Update 1.05 will be released right... 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: Report: Dark Souls III Promotional Image Surfaces

    The evidence that Dark Souls III is happening continues to mount. The latest piece of the puzzle is a promotional image bearing a release window of "early 2016." IGN reported the image , indicating that was able to verify its authenticity, labeling it as "official." An identical image... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor(s): Evidence Of Dark Souls III Emerging, But Be Cautious

    From Software might be keeping the Souls train chugging. A variety of loosely sourced rumors have emerged this week indicating that Dark Souls III is headed for an E3 reveal. Earlier this week, VG 24/7 shared a story that the game is in development and headed for announcement in a week and a half. That... More
  • Blog Post: Bloodborne 1.04 English Patch Notes Available, ShareFactory Theme Coming Soon

    Bloodborne's latest patch delivers a number of balance changes, bug fixes, and Chalice Dungeon updates. Along with the 1.04 patch ( which is available now ), a set of ShareFactory Bloodborne-themed editing tools will also be available on June 2. For the full patch notes, you can head here . The changes... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Confirms Bloodborne Expansion Is In The Works

    Confirming what we all pretty much knew, President of Sony's Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida took to twitter to encourage fans of Bloodborne to look forward to playing new DLC content at some point in the (hopefully, not distant) future. Shuhei Yoshida didn't have much to say about this new... More
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