Dark Souls is making the jump to tabletop games thanks to a successful Kickstarter! Check out the announcement video for the new game available later this month, as well as some shots of available cards, after the jump.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has announced the release of "Dark Souls: The Vinyl Trilogy", a limited edition vinyl record collection featuring the music from FromSoftware's infamously difficult action / RPG video game series. Hit the jump to learn more.
If you've been holding out for all the DLC to grab your copy of Dark Souls III, now is the time to strike. Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition packs the core game with the Ashes of Ariandel and The Ringed City expansions for $49.99, and it's now available on PS4 and Xbox One. Read on for more.
The second and final chunk of Dark Souls III content is coming on March 28. The Ringed City explores another new area loaded with fresh challenges, and you can see some of it in the pre-release launch trailer after the jump.
For those who are more into the player-versus-player side of Dark Souls III, Bandai Namco has a new pair of Undead Match maps on the way. Dragon Ruins and Grand Roof will be available for free on March 24 for those who have the Ashes of Ariandel expansion and/or the Season Pass. Or you can wait until March 28 to dig in along with the new The Ringed City DLC. Hit the jump for some footage.
Dark Souls has set a high bar for any developer looking to fill the hollow they're leaving in high-difficulty combat games. With Nioh, Team Ninja has proven it has ambitions beyond being the next Lothric. Tight combat controls, novel mechanics, and a story with surprising depth and style show the creators of Ninja Gaiden still have a lot to show us about how to make games. See what worked in the newest title that's out for your blood, after the jump!
Following up on January's announcement, Bandai Namco Entertainment shared some new gameplay footage for Dark Souls III's The Ringed City DLC. As usual, do not watch this if you want to go in blind, as it shows a few gotcha surprises and a decent amount of a boss fight. Otherwise, enjoy!
Bandai Namco unveiled its plans for 2017 to the press and Crunchyroll was in attendance. There were more titles than we could fit into one article! In Part 1, we put the anime-related titles on display and now Peter returns with his hands on impressions and release info, after the jump!
Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed the next step for Dark Souls III DLC, The Ringed City. This one is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 28, and you can see a tease of some of the locales, enemies, and bosses to come after the jump.
If you find yourself sticking around in the world of Dark Souls for regular player-versus-player action, the latest Dark Souls III DLC preview is just for you. Ashes of Ariandel introduces Undead Matches and more when it launches on October 25, so check out the latest multiplayer preview after the jump.
Dark Souls III is getting its first DLC when Ashes of Ariandel launches on October 25, promising brand new environments with new enemies, challenges, expansions to the lore, and more. Now we can get a closer look at the DLC's snowy hellscape in FromSoftware's compilation of gameplay footage, which concludes with another look at the original trailer.
Bandai Namco Entertainment went up with the official English trailer for the first Dark Souls III DLC, which is titled Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel. In the press release they command you to enter the "rotted world" of the DLC, so that sounds about right for Dark Souls. See a trailer and more in the full story.
The official English language Twitter feed for FromSoftware's Dark Souls franchise is teasing a "major announcement" to be revealed on August 24, 2016. Hit the jump to praise the Sun.
If you're a Dark Souls fan with some extra cash in the bank, you might find First 4 Figures' latest offering hard to resist. Due out in Q1 2017, Artorias the Abysswalker is currently up for pre-order, and the 21"-tall figure will set you back $499.99. See some pics after the jump.