2 years ago
by Pfennig88+8 +1
Dark Souls III is out this week and the streamers are ready. In the coming weeks, fans will gather online to trade strategies, discuss lore, and watch Twitch. Dark Souls’ unique challenges and flexible play style make it perfect for streaming, but only the best gamers do it well. Few professional Dark Souls players are as popular as LobosJR and as notorious as Oroboro. I caught up with the two streamers to find out what it takes to play games for a living and what makes...
2 years ago
by Chubros+24 +1
More than most game franchises, Dark Souls really changes the way players play and act in their world. You might be a foolhardy adventurer at the start of your quest, but by the end you'll be a cautious, battle-hardened warrior that would sooner trust the Capra Demon than a suspicious treasure box. But Dark Souls itself never changes, and it's always waiting for that moment when you drop your guard.
1 year ago
by baconfedora+3 +1
A complete guide to making The Hard Game even harder.
11 months ago
by spacepopper+17 +1
One of the more exciting rumors we’ve stumbled upon this morning involves a remastered Dark Souls and the Switch! Bandai Namco is holding an event on December 15th and it has been touted by Marcus Sellars on Twitter that “5 unannounced games will be shown at the event”. A follow up Tweet, that was later deleted, stated that one of those would be a remaster of the original Dark Souls and it would not only be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One, but the Switch as well.
7 months ago
by aj0690+8 +1
The time is finally here! Dark Souls Remastered is coming out on May 25, 2018. However, with it being near April, we still have yet to see any gameplay, screenshots, or receive information past its announcement. Now, as Dark Souls Remasters is near release, we have some screenshots to share with the fans.
7 months ago
by sauce+2 +1
Of all the remasters coming out this generation, Dark Souls might be the most hotly anticipated. It's a chance to revisit one of the most beloved of games from the last console generation, using today's technology to improve visuals tremendously and to iron out the game's notorious performance issues. We've already had an early taster of the Switch port - based on trailer footage, at least - and initial impressions were of a conservative conversion for Nintendo's console hybrid. Now we've had the chance to play a preview build on PS4 Pro, and clearly there's a lot more to it visually.