Bandai Namco Games is previewing more of the updated Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin with a new gameplay video. The latest look at the upcoming version highlights new enemy placement and more after the jump.
IGN has another new video up for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, this time comparing the visuals of the PC and PlayStation 3 versions with the upcoming PlayStation 4 release. The latter will sport upgraded lighting, textures, and more, and will be presented in 1080p at 60 frames per second. Hit the jump for more.
Dark Souls II fans looking for some upgraded action can dig into Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin when it arrives shortly after From Software's Bloodborne. Announced last November, the new version offers up improved visuals, more players in multiplayer, an expanded story, the three post-release DLC packs, and more. You can see the latest preview in the Forlorn Hope trailer after the jump.
Bandai Namco and From Software want to make sure current console owners can get in on the Dark Souls II action, as well, no matter how much later it arrives. Thus, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 7, 2015. Hit the jump for more.
Working off the success and recent popularity of dark fantasy exploration games, Deck13 attempts to create a more narrative take on the genre. Although visually stunning, Lords of the Fallen makes more than a few fatal missteps. Hit the jump to see where they went wrong along with some really pretty screens.
Bandai Namco has been steadily releasing DLC packs for Dark Souls II, offering up more challenges for dedicated players to valiantly face. The other day the third was hit with a slight delay in Europe, and Bandai Namco Games confirmed the same for North America. More after the jump.
Last night we posted the new gameplay trailer for Bloodborne, From Software's next game with Demon's Souls and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki at the helm. If that wasn't enough, scratch that evil itch harder with some nice-looking screens out of Gamescom after the jump.
Officially revealed during Sony's press conference at this year's E3, Bloodborne is the next game from Demon's Souls and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki. If you're bursting with excitement for the 2015 release, you'll love the gameplay footage after the jump.
Sony's E3 2014 press conference is in full swing, and one of the big reveals everyone was waiting for came and went pretty quickly. The anticipated announcement from Dark Souls dev From Software is a new IP called Bloodborne, and it was announced with a brief cinematic trailer. Hit the jump to watch!
Bandai Namco has more death-dealing Dark Souls II action on the way in the form of a trilogy of DLC chapters called The Lost Crowns. See a trailer and more after the jump.
We've held off on posting about the Project Beast game that's rumored to be in the works at Demon's Souls and Dark Souls developer From Software. However, we couldn't resist sharing the latest, which comes in the form of some brief footage after the jump.
Demon's Souls and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki is moving on up within developer From Software. According to a recently issued release, the mind behind Souls has officially been appointed From Software's new president. Hit the jump for more.
According to a recently issued release and a report at Gamebiz, Kadokawa Corporation has acquired From Software, the developer behind the Dark Souls and Armored Core games. The acquisition nets Kadokawa 80% of the company's stock, with the purchase to be finalized on May 21. Read on for more.
If you've been holding out for the PC version of Dark Souls II, the time of your demise is almost upon us. The PC release is set for April 25, and Bandai Namco Games has one more trailer to help intensify that vicious sense of foreboding after the jump.