Posts Tagged ‘Dark souls’

Dark Souls 3 fans should be looking forward to at least one of these

by Tyler Colpon July 9, 2015
The number of days between us and Dark Souls 3 are dropping. All we have to do is get through the holiday season and it’ll feel like it’s right around the corner, as long as it doesn’t get delayed, that is. Dark Souls fans have a lot of expectations for the third entry in the […]

How to skip the first three bosses in Bloodborne

by Tyler Colpon March 28, 2015
It’s been four days since Bloodborne’s official release and there’s already people digging away at it, looking for ways to break it. There’s a way to skip the first three bosses in the game with a few tricky jumps. If you’re wary of spoilers, stop now. This trick will skip Cleric Beast, Father Gascoigne, and Vicar Amelia, […]

5 secrets only true Souls fans will know

by Tyler Colpon January 19, 2015
Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, and Dark Souls 2 all hold secrets. If you’ve played any of them, you’ve probably ran into one or two. But if you really dug into them, researched all the areas and items, and theorized with the online community, you are likely aware of some of the Souls series’ most mysterious […]

You Missed the Giant Lobster in Dark Souls 2

by Tyler Colpon January 12, 2015
Hidden inside Dark Souls 2 map files are remnants of discarded models and unfinished designs. It’s the kind of stuff you’ll never see by playing the game normally. Thankfully, Souls-series sleuth Illusorywall is digging through the map files and posting the most interesting finds on Tumblr. One of those is a giant lobster (above). The crustacean creature […]

A mysterious Dark Souls 2 character that you’ve never seen has been found

by Tyler Colpon August 28, 2014
Dark Souls 2 lore buffs have been talking about her for months. This week, she’s finally been found. Slight spoilers for Dark Souls 2 follow. Not long after you begin your journey in Drangleic, you meet a woman dressed in green. She has a name, but at that point, you only know her has the Emerald Herald. […]

There’s a hidden giant spider in the Bloodborne gameplay video

by Tyler Colpon August 25, 2014
There’s a lot of creepy things in the recently released Gamescom gameplay video of From Software’s Bloodborne, but I bet a lot of people missed the worst one: a giant spider. It’s hard to see, but you can catch a few glimpses of it in the video. The best shot I could find was right […]

My Disc Is Hard

by Maggie Wilandon June 17, 2014
Ok look, I’ll be the first one to admit that that title is totally immature and suitable comedy only for 12 year olds. That being said, I also woke up yesterday and ate quesadillas while watching Tiny Toons, so it’s not a far leap that I’d make dick jokes considering I’m apparently still a kid. […]

Three Games With Gold on Xbox 360 in June

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon May 13, 2014
In June 2014 we celebrate one year of Games with Gold on Xbox 360 and because of that Microsoft has revealed that the free game service will offer three titles in June, instead of two. This titles will be: Dark Souls (From Software), Charlie Murder (Ska Studios) and Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (Capcom). “Since Games with […]

From Software, Dark Souls 2 developer, bought by Kadokawa Shoten

by Dragos Dobreon April 28, 2014
Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2 developer From Software has been bought today by Lollipop Chainsaw’s publisher Kodakawa. Reported by Siliconera, the company will pay 80 cent per share for the stock, while the deal is expected to be finalised by May 21. How will this affect the Dark Souls series? Probably not in a […]

GGTV – Dark Souls 2 with Brian Hong

by Steve Masterson January 30, 2014
Brian Hong Director of Strategic & Digital Marketing at Namco Bandai Games America tells us all about the sequel to Dark Souls and how it gives new depth to the franchise inside and out.

Dark Souls art book lands this October

by Tyler Colpon June 4, 2013
Dark Souls: Design Works, an art book with concept art and an interview with Game Director Hidetaka Miyazaki, will be released this October in North America for $39.99, the book’s publisher UDON Entertainment announced today. The artbook was previously released in Japan, where fans of the game picked apart the 128 pages and revealed snippets of […]