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Action RPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 03/11/14)  | Pub:Bandai Namco
Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:$59.99 | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Dark Souls II Features

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  • Dragon Age: Inquisition is Too Easy (and That’s Just Fine)

    In the age where Dark Souls reigns supreme, Dragon Age: Inquisition can seem staggeringly easy. The last two weeks has seen conversations about the game dominated by harsh critiques of its difficulty. All you have to do is hold one button! critics claim, then collect your loot. The thing is, that’s not totally inaccurate, even if it does ignore huge swaths of the rest of the game. But you know what? I don’t much care. And do you know what else? Neither should you, and here’s why.

    Posted on 12/19/2014 by Christopher Coke
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  • Does Lords of the Fallen Live Up to Dark Souls?

    Prepare to Die. Has there even been a more appropriate tagline for an RPG than From Software’s Dark Souls? In an age where accessibility seemed to be the mantra, the Dark Souls franchise seemed to stick out its chin in defiance. As “punishingly difficult” and “supremely rewarding” became its selling points, masses of players rallied under its mystique, guaranteeing the rest of the industry would answer. Lords of the Fallen is that answer. The question is: does it stack up?

    Posted on 10/31/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Square Enix Crushes Fan Mod

    Amidst the best game communities are modders willing to breathe new life into the games they love, expanding them beyond their original scope, and introducing them to entire new audiences. So long as the publisher is willing to let them, of course. That wasn’t the case this week as Square Enix dropped the boot on a years-long Final Fantasy project, much to the dismay of fans.

    Posted on 07/25/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Teenage Girls Create Their First RPG

    It’s Friday and that means it’s time for another edition of The Week in RPGs, your weekly breakdown of all things roleplaying games. This week we’re talking Girls Make Games, new extended gameplay video for Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mass Effect 4, Dark Souls 2’s first DLC, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel invading Borderlands 2, and even a new Final Fantasy game.

    Posted on 07/18/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • The Witcher Gets a Release Date

    Each week we look into the world of RPGs, rounding up the week’s news and presenting it with our own brand of color commentary. This week we have a Witcher 3 press conference, Fable Anniversary coming to PC, Kingdom Hearts, and Dark Souls DLC. And that’s not all! Click through to read more of The Week in RPGs – June 6th, 2014.

    Posted on 06/06/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Taking the PC Version for a Spin

    Dark Souls 2 is a resoundingly good RPG, if our official review is anything to go by. But the original Dark Souls’ PC edition was an abhorrent nightmare of a port. The studio, From Software, admittedly said, “Look, we’re sorry, but we’re not PC guys. We’ll do better next time, I promise.” So it was with cautious fingers and eyes on my monitor that I booted up DS2’s PC edition. I will say these things primarily: the graphics transferred nicely. The UI and controls, have not… yet.

    Posted on 04/08/2014 by William Murphy
  • A Peek Inside a Wonderful Wicked World

    Earlier this week we were given the opportunity to play Dark Souls 2, From Software’s upcoming sequel to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls. For those unfamiliar with Dark Souls it is a fantasy 3rd person RPG with a punishing learning curve based on trial and error. In today’s 3 hour preview session of Dark Souls 2 I died more than 50 times, several of which were in the tutorial zone.

    Posted on 02/21/2014 by Ricky Marino

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  • A Peek Inside a Wonderful Wicked World

    Earlier this week we were given the opportunity to play Dark Souls 2, From Software’s upcoming sequel to the critically acclaimed Dark Souls. For those unfamiliar with Dark Souls it is a fantasy 3rd person RPG with a punishing learning curve based on trial and error. In today’s 3 hour preview session of Dark Souls 2 I died more than 50 times, several of which were in the tutorial zone.

    Posted on 02/21/2014 by Ricky Marino

General Article

  • Taking the PC Version for a Spin

    Dark Souls 2 is a resoundingly good RPG, if our official review is anything to go by. But the original Dark Souls’ PC edition was an abhorrent nightmare of a port. The studio, From Software, admittedly said, “Look, we’re sorry, but we’re not PC guys. We’ll do better next time, I promise.” So it was with cautious fingers and eyes on my monitor that I booted up DS2’s PC edition. I will say these things primarily: the graphics transferred nicely. The UI and controls, have not… yet.

    Posted on 04/08/2014 by William Murphy

Column

  • Does Lords of the Fallen Live Up to Dark Souls?

    Prepare to Die. Has there even been a more appropriate tagline for an RPG than From Software’s Dark Souls? In an age where accessibility seemed to be the mantra, the Dark Souls franchise seemed to stick out its chin in defiance. As “punishingly difficult” and “supremely rewarding” became its selling points, masses of players rallied under its mystique, guaranteeing the rest of the industry would answer. Lords of the Fallen is that answer. The question is: does it stack up?

    Posted on 10/31/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Square Enix Crushes Fan Mod

    Amidst the best game communities are modders willing to breathe new life into the games they love, expanding them beyond their original scope, and introducing them to entire new audiences. So long as the publisher is willing to let them, of course. That wasn’t the case this week as Square Enix dropped the boot on a years-long Final Fantasy project, much to the dismay of fans.

    Posted on 07/25/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Teenage Girls Create Their First RPG

    It’s Friday and that means it’s time for another edition of The Week in RPGs, your weekly breakdown of all things roleplaying games. This week we’re talking Girls Make Games, new extended gameplay video for Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mass Effect 4, Dark Souls 2’s first DLC, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel invading Borderlands 2, and even a new Final Fantasy game.

    Posted on 07/18/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • The Witcher Gets a Release Date

    Each week we look into the world of RPGs, rounding up the week’s news and presenting it with our own brand of color commentary. This week we have a Witcher 3 press conference, Fable Anniversary coming to PC, Kingdom Hearts, and Dark Souls DLC. And that’s not all! Click through to read more of The Week in RPGs – June 6th, 2014.

    Posted on 06/06/2014 by Christopher Coke

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