Dark Souls was a masterpiece of story telling and gameplay, but fan reception to Dark Souls II wasn’t quite as enthusiastic for several reasons. From Software is looking to alleviate that with their next-gen definitive edition of the game, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin.
Lords of the Fallen came to the gaming world and made enough of an impression to garner the potential of a future sequel.
Like moths drawn to a flame, Crown of the Old Iron King, the second of three add-on scenarios for From Software‘s Dark Souls II, brings players to the ashen stronghold of the eponymous monarch. The scenario tries to keep the momentum going from the Crown of the Sunken King add-on, while shifting away from the previous DLC’s focus on puzzles. There’s no question Crown of the Old Iron King will burn you, but does it burn with the masochistic flame Dark Souls fans crave or merely the dull embers of disappointment?
I waited in line to see just what From Software had cooked up for their newest PlayStation exclusive game. As a longtime fan of Demon’s and Dark Souls, Bloodborne looks amazing.
If you’re a fan of the Dark Souls series, you probably know who From Software are. They’re the guys that make those games you love. If you’re a fan of the Dark Souls series’ lore (or story), there’s a good chance you might also know who ENB is.
The day of reckoning is nearly upon us, and the accursed one shall be the vessel to carry us through a journey full of strife, and misfortune.