Tags : Dark Souls

Sekiro – A Revelation In Deflection

Let’s get this out the way, I really don’t like Dark Souls, but I want to. I want the challenge, and the thrill of victory after countless defeats, but I’ve just never been able to get round the clunky feel and long walks back to challenges. I’ve tried so many times, with both Dark Souls […]Read More

Launch Trailer For Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Lands Ahead Of

Being huge fans of Dark Souls and Bloodborne, I’ve been looking forward to Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the next game from From Software. In fact, Reuben named it one of his highlights of E3 2018 and ILJG listed it on their top upcoming Japanese games in 2019.   The violent technologically enhanced samurai action title […]Read More

From Software Reveal That A Demon’s Souls Remaster Is Possible

I’m borderline obsessed with the Souls franchise, having essentially consumed (read as survived) all of the games and loved every moment. I’m excited about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in March, and it looks absolutely incredible, but I’m still sitting here waiting for a Demon’s Souls remaster to come along.   We were blessed with the […]Read More

From Software Have TWO Unannounced Games In Development

We’re huge fans of the challenge and pacing of the modern From Software games, having pretty much consumed all of the Souls franchise and Bloodborne. So, not only are we looking forward to their next title, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, but are very excited for what is to come from the studio in the future. […]Read More

Dark Souls: Remastered Review (Switch)

Here we go again, and for the last time. Dark Souls has been an integral part of the gaming hive mind for a few years now, becoming a go-to comparison for many games of a similar genre going forwards. Now, Dark Souls: Remastered has come to Nintendo Switch, and I’ve found myself once more walking […]Read More

Top 6 Ways The Player Can Purposely Kill Themselves In

Games can be genuinely scary experiences, whether that be through slowly encroaching psychological means or by jumpscares or by a foreboding atmosphere. Sometimes, however, games are quite honestly just out to get you, giving the player simply too many methods to purposely kill their characters and making such an act so easy too. Video games […]Read More

Dark Souls Trilogy Confirmed, but it’s Skipping Europe

Bandai Namco has announced a Dark Souls trilogy for release on PS4 and Xbox One across North America and Asia, but Europe is being left out. The trilogy includes all three games and all DLC, as well as a collectible steelbook featuring art from each title.     Many assumed that it would also come […]Read More

Dark Souls: Remastered on Switch Release Date Announced

Bandai Namco graced us with a (mostly) glorious return to Lordran this year with the long-awaited Dark Souls: Remastered and yet although the PS4 and X-Box One owners have been invading, and raging, and gitting gud since, those that own Nintendo Switch consoles have been left wanting.   That is until last night when Bandai […]Read More

Dark Souls Remastered Review (PS4)

It’s difficult where to begin with reviewing a remaster of any game. Do you focus on the differences between the original and the new fangled version? Do you treat the game as a totally fresh entity, or do you judge it in the light of its legacy? Speaking of which, Bandai Namco are soon to […]Read More