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For those of you who own Dark Souls II on the PC and are currently debating as to whether or not you should double dip for the enhanced Scholar of the First Sin edition, Bandai Namco has some good news: You’ll be getting a discount.
A new graphics comparison has been put out by Digital Foundry for Dark Souls II. It compares the game's graphics between the PlayStation 3 build and the PlayStation 4 gold master disc build. The differences – especially measuring the 720p fidelity versus the 1080p fidelity – are quite startling.
With Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin set to release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this month, many gamers are left wondering what, exactly, will distinguish the game from its last gen counterpart. Thanks to a recent hands-on report, we now have a few ideas about what might make this dark RPG worth a double dip.
In case your year-old copy of Dark Souls 2 didn't already feel complete enough with its massive story and three huge DLC packs, you'd better get ready for even more content as Bandai Namco gears up to release a new patch for the game, offering even more content and some additional tweaks (like a new character and a new ring) to prepare for the shift to its “ultimate version” of the game.
Dark Souls 2 has finally been confirmed for Xbox One and PS4. The game will debut on both consoles as part of a special bundle called Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
Here’s some good news for folks who play a game like Dark Souls II and think to themselves, “Gosh, it sure would be neat if I could die over and over again from a first-person perspective.” A crafty modder has now patched that very point of view into the PC version of the game, making it easier than ever to come face to face with the terrors of Drangleic.
The final chapter of Dark Souls II DLC has been pushed back a week on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Steam. That’s the bad news. The good news? You’ve got seven additional, tear-free days before Crown of the Ivory King pummels you into the dirt. Maybe use this stay of execution to spend some time with your loved ones?
The first installment of Dark Souls II’s DLC trilogy is ready for daring adventurers, out today on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Marketplace and Steam. In today’s Crown of the Sunken King pack, you can expect new areas to explore, new monsters to battle, new bosses to topple and, yes, new ways to die over and over again.
It's not uncommon for video games to get listed for consoles well before they've been officially announced. Some times these listings are true, other times they are completely bogus. This very instance has recently occurred for a very popular seventh generation game, Dark Souls II, that might be arriving for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
This weekend I talked about some of the big disappointments from the first half of 2014. It's easy to get cynical after seeing that many highly anticipated games fail to live up to expectations. So much potential was wasted with those titles.
Today From Software revealed that they're working on three DLC packs for their action RPG Dark Souls 2. Crown of the Sunken King, the first entry of the Lost Crowns Trilogy, will be available in July.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss it. PlayStation is hosting yet another Flash Sale this week, this time focusing on 15 roleplaying games and their DLC. Look for offers of up to 75 percent off select titles through June 6.
An alleged gameplay video from "Project Beast" hit the web this morning. This video gives us our first glimpse at From Software's next game.
Dark Souls 2 is a game of mistakes, death and degradation. The game's Steam Reviews show that the action RPG's punishing difficulty hasn't hurt their sense of humor, though.
The benefits and banes of PC gaming is that you get a lot of freedom of accessibility when you play games, but you also get a ton of unknown circumstances that can ruin the mood as well... like start-up crashes.