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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 News

Latest Headlines for Dark Souls II

  • Crown of the Old Iron King DLC to Release Today

    FromSoftware will be releasing a new DLC for Dark Souls II. The Crown of the Old Iron King is the second installment in a trilogy of DLC in the Lost Crowns Trilogy that offers players new environments, enemies, traps, and bosses. The third installment will be released next month.

    Reported on Aug 26, 2014
  • Crown of the Sunken Shield DLC Released

    Cross platform RPG, Dark Souls II, now has more content for players to explore and die in thanks to the release of the DLC called "Crown of the Sunken Shield". The DLC can be purchased via the PlayStation Network (available 7-23), Xbox Live Marketplace (available today), or on Steam (available 7-23). Crown of the Sunken Shield is the first in a trilogy of DLC called The Lost Crowns and that will be released monthly from now through September.

    Reported on Jul 22, 2014
  • Lost Crowns Trilogy DLC Announced

    Namco Bandai has posted a brand new video to introduce Dark Souls II players to a forthcoming trilogy of content headed their way. Called "The Lost Crowns", the DLC will be delivered in three parts for all platforms. The first part, The Crown of the Sunken King", will arrive in July followed by The Crown of the Old Iron King in August and The Crown of the Ivory King in September. To herald the new DLC, a fantastic teaser trailer was released. Check it out!

    Reported on Jun 05, 2014
  • Hidetaka Miyazaki Announced as President of From Software

    Dark Souls is arguably one of the most hard-core RPGs in history, and because of its success, its creator Hidetaka Miyazaki has been promoted to president of its developer, From Software. The company was recently purchased by publisher Kadokawa with an interest in developing games for Western markets.

    Reported on May 26, 2014
  • The PC Version Review

    You make your way up a hill to an obelisk that sits atop a precipice jutting out over the sea. Sitting at the base of the stone structure is a soldier, dressed in heavy armor, hanging his head in shame. His spirit is broken. There is a stone plaque on the obelisk, which you read. "10,859 Deaths Worldwide". The game has yet to officially launch and, already, over 10,000 player characters have died violent deaths in a cruel and unforgiving world.

    Reported on Apr 24, 2014
  • New Trailer Celebrates Imminent PC Release

    The Dark Souls II team has released a brand new trailer called "Longing" that celebrates Friday's PC release on Steam. Check it out and let us know what you think! Will you be trying out Dark Souls II on PC?

    Reported on Apr 22, 2014
  • 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.

    Reported on Apr 07, 2014
  • Character Development, Frustration, & Mechanics

    I've got to be totally honest, I didn't get Demon or Dark Souls. They seem to be part of that exclusive group of love 'em or hate 'em games that just don't do indifference. To some the Souls' series are frustration and pain ploughed onto a disc, and to others it's somewhere nearer fantasy perfection.

    Reported on Mar 18, 2014
  • Launch Trailer Released

    Dark Souls II is slated to be released March 14th on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, then on April 25th on PC. To celebrate the imminent release of the game, Namco Bandai has put the official launch day trailer up on YouTube. Check it out to see what you think! Will you be playing Dark Souls II?

    Reported on Mar 10, 2014
  • Mark the Day - PC Release on March 25th

    Dark Souls II will officially hit retail release for PC and Steam on March 25th, according to a new press release from Namco Bandai. To celebrate the announcement, the team has released a brand new video. Check it out and let us know what you think.

    Reported on Mar 06, 2014
  • Collector's Edition Revealed in New Video

    Namco Bandai has taken the wraps off of the Dark Souls II Collector's Edition. Those who purchase the CE can expect to get some Warrior artwork, the game soundtrack, a 12-inch Warrior Knight figurine, a limited edition hard bound art book, and a cloth map. Take a look at each of these in the video below. What do you think?

    Reported on Feb 27, 2014
  • 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.

    Reported on Feb 20, 2014
  • New Trailer Reminds You Why

    Namco Bandai has released a brand new Dark Souls II trailer that reminds players of their determination, their goals, the entire scenario of "why" they are doing what they do. It's an interesting take on a rather bleak game that shines it in a different light. Check it out to see what you think and then let us know in the comments.

    Reported on Feb 19, 2014
  • PC Version 'Weeks, Not Months" After Consoles

    In an interview with DigitalSpy.com, producer Takeshi Miyazoe has reconfirmed Namco Bandai's hope that the PC version of Dark Souls II will be out within "weeks, not months" of the console release. Miyazoe indicated that extra time for the PC version is needed to fine tune specific features like resolution and key mapping. Namco Bandai has acknowledged that the original Dark Souls' port to PC was somewhat "rocky".

    Reported on Feb 13, 2014