If you were all excited and prepped to play Bloodborne on the PS4 in February, 2015 you better prepare to put on your disappointment cap and realize that you'll have to postpone your excitement by one whole month.
From Software is going all-in on Steamworks support for Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on PC. The company recently made it known that they are officially moving away from Games For Windows Live and they're taking the save games, achievements and multiplayer from the mostly forgotten DRM service and moving it into the newer, fresher service.
The first of the three alpha tests have been underway and users are already quick to upload their gameplay sessions to YouTube. You can check out the first of the three alpha sessions courtesy of YouTuber Prodigious (nice name, by the way).
If you wanted to get in on the Bloodborne alpha, it doesn't look like it's going to be an easy go of it. The alpha test will be getting underway tomorrow on October 1st. You'll only have a total of three days to get some time in with the game before the alpha test finishes up.
The final chapter of Dark Souls II DLC has been pushed back a week on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Steam. Thatís the bad news. The good news? Youíve 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?
I just watched 30 whole minutes of Bloodborne gameplay. I feel like I might have missed something. So I have to ask, is the Bloodborne gameplay video missing something? Is there something to this game I'm just not getting?
Sony has confirmed the North American and European release dates for PS4 exclusive Bloodborne. The new action RPG, in development at Dark Souls studio From Software, will hit the West right after Japan.
One of the big games that a lot of PlayStation owners have been looking forward to is Bloodborne, a third-person hack-and-slash role-playing title from From Software, the same group that brought the gaming community the Dark Souls series.
The first installment of Dark Souls IIís DLC trilogy is ready for daring adventurers, out today on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Marketplace and Steam. In todayís 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.
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.
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.
PC gamers, prepare to die in greater detail. Bandai Namco has released the digital version of Dark Souls 2 on the PC via Steam.