Dark Souls PC port possibly confirmed

While Dark Souls has been torturing console gamers with its high difficulty ever since last holiday season, PC gamers haven’t seen hide nor hair of a PC version of the game besides a few rumors that have popped up that one may be in development sometime soon. However German magazine PC Action revealed today that “Dark Souls : Prepare to Die Edition” will be released sometime soon...

Dark Souls ships 1.5 million units worldwide

When you make a sequel to a highly successful title, there is always a good amount of sales that will be guaranteed. But I doubt Namco Bandai and From Software were expecting quite a large demand for their highly difficult title Dark Souls. According to numbers released by From Software today, 1.5 million units of the game have been shipped out worldwide. North America has received the largest shi...

Dark Souls Review

Dark Souls Developer: FromSoftware Publisher: Namco Bandai Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 (Reviewed) Release Date: October 4, 2011 Price: $59.99 – Available Here Overview: A couple of years ago, a game was released which many had not seen in a very long time. An unforgiving challenging title with a design focused around killing the player as much as possible in as many ways as possible. ...

Dark Souls to be patched next week to fix online problems

Yesterday it was discovered that when Dark Souls was released in Japan, the game was significantly bugged, including one that froze the game whenever anyone decided to try and play online. From Software quickly jumped on the problem and shut down the online servers and told their fans that they were working on finding out the problem and fixing it. It seems it didn’t take them very long as t...

Dark Souls released in Japan alongside myriad of bugs; players told to play offline

It seems that it is a good thing that Japan was given the release for Dark Souls a few weeks ahead of the rest of the world. While gamers in the West will have to wait until October 4th to play the spiritual sequel to Demon’s Souls, Japanese gamers received the game today and unfortunately there are a few problems with the title, including a number of freezing issues. From Software has suspe...

Dark Souls to contain nasty surprise for people who play pre-launch

There are always people who wnd up getting a game ahead of time. Sure there are people who get them through legitimate means such as reviewers, but there are also those who get them either through retailers breaking street dates or back deals with friends that work for those companies. Well From Software, developer of Dark Souls has a special treat for these people reports Edge. Anyone who plays t...

Dark Souls full prologue video released for Tokyo Game Show

While Dark Souls may be released in just under a month, many people can’t wait to be murdered by creatures, killed by traps and just die in every possible way. Now before they get too far ahead of themselves though, they still need to watch the prologue when the game begins. Or, since Namco Bandai released the entire Prologue in one video for Tokyo Game Show, you can see it below now. The tr...

Dark Souls’ website provides a map and 23 pieces of music

Games based around horror and extreme difficulty can sometimes have the best soundtracks around. Especially when they are set in medieval times because then, the songs usually have an older feel about them. Such is the case with Dark Souls, because if you want to hear what type of music you’ll be listening to as you die over and over again then you may want to head over to the Japanese websi...

Dark Souls combat trailer released for Gamescom

You know that when a game’s official website URL is PrepareToDie.com that the game it is for is going to be quite difficult. Though anyone who played the game Demon Souls should already know the difficulty level people can expect when they tackle Dark Souls when it is released early in October. Though perhaps a decent amount of combat gameplay footage would be the best way to show gamers wha...

Dark Souls rated by the ESRB; reveals dragon decapitations and bird buttocks

Ahh ESRB… what would we do without you. Besides the obvious lack of content information for parents, we’d also miss out on their often hilarious ratings for games that stray outside the norm. Now although the ESRB‘s rating for From Software’s Dark Souls doesn’t go too crazy, it does help raise the hype for the game as much as describe the content. Dark Souls has been ...

Design a Sheild and Win Big Prizes for Dark Souls…

For those who love entering contests and who are highly anticipating Dark Souls, this bit of news should catch your interest. The Dark Souls Facebook page is offering a pleasant time killer in which your creativity can be rewarded greatly. What do you have to do? Create a shield using one of three templates provided and simply enter it in to be voted on by the fans of Dark Souls. The three winners...

Dark Souls will haunt your consoles on October 4th

Namco Bandai revealed today that you will be having an even more occupied month later this year. This is because they announced that Dark Souls will be released on October 4th in North America and October 7th in Europe. This means that instead of going outside for Halloween, you’ll be inside your room still trying to beat the game on the hardest difficulty. Also released today was an E3 trai...

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