Everyone knows that From Software's Dark Souls is a third-person action RPG. However, a new video allows us to see what a first-person version of the game would be like. The answer: pretty terrible.
Dark Souls fans in need of a coffee table book will soon get their own art book. UDON Entertainment is preparing to release Dark Souls: Design Work, a compilation of images from the action RPG.
Step right up and see the most recent collection of savings offered as part of the Xbox 360 Deal of the Week, including such titles as Dark Souls, Darkstalkers Resurrection and a little shooter by the name of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
While some publishers have been complaining about the sales of their games – lamenting the move of 4 million units over the course of a month as 'poor' – other publishers have a better understanding of forecasting reasonable sales for their game, and one of those games that meets that standard is Dark Souls.
Dark Souls 2 director Yui Tanimura admitted in a new interview that the PC version of Dark Souls was lacking. They plan to do right by PC gamers with the sequel, though.
Steam's newest weekend sale is now live and it should make hardcore gamers happy. The punishing action RPG Dark Souls is 50% cheaper than usual for the next few days.
From Software's mega difficult RPG Dark Souls is the subject of this weekend's Steam deal. You'll be able to pick up the game for $26.79, a 33% discount on the usual price.
The latest community-made modification fix/patch for Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on PC has been released from community modder “Nwks”. The fix is for the framerate in Dark Souls, enabling players to experience the game in full 60 frame per second smoothness. The fix also now works with Games for Windows Live so you can play it online with friends and use it alongside Durante's resolution fix for multi-sampling AA and anisotropic filtering.
Soon console gamers will have a whole lot of new Dark Souls content at their disposal. Namco Bandai has announced that the "Artorias of the Abyss" DLC will be available in the last week of October for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
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.