One of the biggest complaints from PC gamers about FromSoftware's port of Dark Souls from home consoles to PC was that the game would be locked at 30 frames per second. This sent sighs, groans and moans throughout the community. However, today, a modder has released a fix to enable PC gamers to enjoy Dark Souls the way it was always meant to be played, at 60 frames per second.
From Software's Dark Souls is one of the most difficult games made in recent years. However, Game director Hidetaka Miyazaki said in a new interview that he considered introducing a lower difficulty mode to accomodate less skilled players.
You all petitioned for it, begged Namco Bandai to port over one of the most beloved, anti-propaganda, anti-mass market action-RPGs ever made. It was a small game designed to challenge players and not compromise on its appeal and it finally arrived for PC, albeit a shoddy consolitis port. Nevertheless, despite all the mellow raging going on right now there are modders already hard at work fixing the game, adjusting the resolution and working on fixes for the controls.
If you've been keen on keeping track of the upcoming PC port of Namco Bandai's highly popular hard-as-nails action-RPG Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition, then you'll probably be pleased to know that pre-orders for the game that guarantees your death are currently available.
Artorias Of The Abyss, the first downloadable content for Dark Souls, is going to add a significant amount of gameplay to the action RPG. Producer Daisuke Uchiyama estimates that it's 10 hours long.
Xbox 360 and PS3 owners will soon have a reason to take Dark Souls off the shelf. Namco will be releasing the "Artorias of the Abyss" DLC pack this winter on consoles.
At a Namco Bandai Gamer's Day event in Las Vegas, the publisher formally announced the rumored PC port for Dark Souls. The Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition will arrive on the PC this August.
After a lot of begging, petitioning and more begging, PC gamers will finally get to experience one of the most difficult action-RPGs released this generation, Dark Souls, the sequel to Demon's Souls.
PC gamers' dreams of a Dark Souls port might be coming true. An advertisement for the April issue of Aussie gaming magazine PC Power Play is teasing the first details on the PC edition of the action RPG.
Dark Souls and developer From Software isn't done with the role-playing genre. Masanori Takeuchi, head of the company's research and development, says that they'd love to create sequels to DS.
For the past six days, a petition for a PC version of the action RPG Dark Souls has been steadily collecting signatures. The petition now has over 65,000 signatures and DS publisher Namco Bandai has taken notice.
The action RPG Dark Souls is currently exclusive to consoles but that might not last. This week Namco Bandai indicated that a PC port might happen if there's enough fan support for it.
Want to feel worse about dying over and over in Dark Souls? Well, someone has beaten the PS3/Xbox 360 action RPG in a little under ninety minutes and posted the video online.
With Dark Souls' release mere days away, Namco Bandi has released another trailer for the action RPG. This latest video focuses on the boss battles players will encounter.
Namco Bandai announced on Wednesday that role-playing game Dark Souls has been approved for production. It will arrive on the PS3 and Xbox 360 as planned in early October.