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Steamforged Games is crowd-sourcing funds to make a board game based on From Software's uber-popular action-RPG, Dark Souls. Within the span of just three minutes they managed to get funded. Even more than that, within the span of just 24 hours they managed to accrue $1 million in funding.
Bandai Namco and From Software announced that they have some new DLC on the way for Dark Souls III starting this fall. Details on the DLC are sketchy but there will be two packs in total that make up for the $25 season pass, and they will contain new weapons, armor sets, bosses and areas to explore.
Large scale games with a lot of content, weapons, armor and clothing options are bound to have glitches here or there, some worst than others. In the case of From Software's Dark Souls III, there's a rather risque glitch where the player-character's rear-end makes an appearance through some faulty robes.
A short new trailer was released recently for the upcoming release of Bandai Namco and From Software's Dark Souls III. The trailer keeps it dark and daunting as it previews some of the horrors that players will face off against throughout their journeys in the hack-and-slash, action-RPG.
From Software and Bandai Namco have a little competition going on where gamers have an opportunity to win a free PS4 and a free copy of Dark Souls III: Prestige Edition. The competition involves eating spicy chickens as fast as you can.
A new video was cut from a Ustream that From Software held for Dark Souls III, the upcoming hack-and-slash, action-RPG for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The video features some of the new combat mechanics and boss battles that players will encounter throughout their adventures.
From Software's upcoming Dark Souls 3 is due for release on April 12 this spring for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and digital pre-orders for the game have gone live. What's more is that each platform has their own special pre-order bonus, but some are available only for a limited time.
It's hard to believe, but Bloodborne's first major DLC, The Old Hunters, is set to arrive this Tuesday, Nov. 24, on the PlayStation Network. But as we should have probably expected out of such a punishing game, even getting to the DLC won't be a simple process. Thankfully, all of the steps necessary to reach this new content have been laid out for eager hunters in advance.
Dark Souls III is set to arrive in early 2016 and, according to director Hidetaka Miyazaki, this could very well be the last game in the series.
Bloodborne fans will finally be getting that DLC they’ve been clamoring for, as FromSoftware announces the launch of The Old Hunters later this year. The core game will also get an updated release this fall with the new DLC baked in.
Gamers have been waiting some time to get their hands on Dark Souls 3, but it could be a whole lot more than just the third in the series of games. According to creator Hidetaka Miyazaki, it's also his life's work, and a "turning point" for the entire franchise.
We've been waiting for it, and today Microsoft finally delivered during its Gamescom 2015 press conference: Dark Souls III gameplay. And from the look of things, it's just as gorgeous and dark as we expected.
Apparently games these days are so easy that people can't just set it to the hardest setting and have a tough time trying to beat it, they now have to add ridiculous gimmicks, over-the-top obstructions and self-inhibitory restrictions in order to put the “fun” back into “functionally difficult”. This rings true for one gamer who is attempting to beat Dark Souls while playing it upside-down.
Dark Souls III is set to release early next year and, following an hour of eyes-on time with Director Hidetaka Miyazaki during E3 2015, it’s looking just as big and brutal as anything else the team at FromSoftware has thus far thrown at its masochistic fans.
Dark Souls III came onto the scene in quick way, first being announced during Microsoft's E3 press conference with a cinematic trailer. The game won't be the last in the series, but it might be the last of the Dark Souls games that takes place in a dark European-fantasy setting.