My Mom had called to inform me that my Pop was sick. It was time to pay the doctor a visit. That visit led cancer diagnosis. When I hung up the phone, I stared at the wall for a bit, not sure what to think. I cried, then I picked up my 3DS and started playing Bravely Default.
GameSpot is reporting that the press release bullshots that Bandai Namco released during the early days of promoting Dark Souls II has caused quite a stir. So much so that the company had the screenshots removed from Steam's store page, as it could be conveyed as false advertising.
Being Hollow in Dark Souls 2 can put you at a severe disadvantage, especially when you need to kill a boss. However, players have found out several ways to restore their human form over and over in the recently released action RPG.
The world of Dark Souls II can be awfully unforgiving, resulting in death upon death for even the most strategic and careful of players. Sometimes, a few helpful hints can go a long way.
The floating knight soars across the crumbling exterior of an ancient castle and crushes my frail mortal body with a series of arching blows, my limp carcass—clothed in the most meager of armor—crumbles to the ground and, for what feels like the hundredth time, I am born anew from the ash of a nearby fire.
Gamers are being asked to “prepare to die” all over again as dark fantasy RPG, Dark Souls II finally launches this week for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and, a bit further down the line, PC. It's the top retail game highlighted for this week's The Drop on the PlayStation Blog, alongside the likes of indie arrow-flinger, TowerFall: Ascension.
Your psyche might be ready to be abused by Dark Souls 2, but what about your computer? Namco has released the recommended and minimum system requirements needed to run the action RPG on the PC.
Namco Bandai confirmed today through Facebook that Dark Souls 2 will launch on the PC in April. They've also announced that they're including a few features that were widely requested by PC gamers.
The first review for From Software's Dark Souls 2 has been published. German gaming mag M! gave the action RPG a glowing write-up.
The ESRB has given a Teen rating to the upcoming action RPG Dark Souls 2. It's hard to believe considering their description of the game.
A Dark Souls 2 contest held last year challenged players to design shields for the action RPG. Today two of those fan creations came to life in new screenshots released by From Software.
The full Achievements/Trophies list for action RPG Dark Souls 2 leaked today. From Software's latest game will have 38 Achievements for you to earn.
What fans of the original Dark Souls want out of a sequel can be summed up in three simple words: More. Dark. Souls. And judging by the latest “Cursed” trailer showing off some of the places you’ll be visiting and the monsters you’ll be fighting, it looks like that’s exactly what Dark Souls II will deliver.
Publishers have fallen in love with free-to-play and microtransactions over the past few years. It seems that every franchise has a chance at inspiring a new F2P game. In a new interview, Dark Souls 2 producer Takeshi Miyazoe discussed the possibility of a free-to-play Dark Souls game being released someday.
Many gamers are focused on the upcoming next-gen consoles right now but Namco Bandai wants us to remember that Dark Souls 2 is on its way to current-gen systems. They've released a slew of screenshots focused on the multiplayer.