Because the only suits aren’t suits of armor.
Some players were able to accidentally download the Dark Souls 3 stress test last week, but that won’t mean you’re playing it this weekend. Fans on the Dark Souls 3 subreddit are reporting From Software isn’t opening the floodgates, and you’ll still need to be selected from a random lottery. I didn’t get in, sadly.
Just a few months after Bloodborne’s DLC arrives, From Software will deliver Dark Souls III, with the game arriving next April. A specific date hasn’t been announced, and it’s unclear if the PC version will be on the same day as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions. In the past, it’s been a bit staggered.
Look, I didn’t like Dark Souls 2 all that much, alright? There was something missing. Something that Dark Souls 3 appears to have. That thing is majesty.
All Dark Souls fans got at E3 was a CG trailer to speculate over, but Gamescom brought our first look at gameplay from the latest sequel. Unsurprisingly, it looks like Dark Souls! Hooray!
There’s always a dissonance when one of the most promising new games you see at E3 is also one of the least traditionally “exciting” ones.
Bosses are the most terrifying and challenging part of Bloodborne—so what better way to intimidate other players than to become the spitting image of a boss yourself?
Bloodborne players continue to amaze us with their ridiculous gaming feats.
Talk about a devilish prank.
What is this, a stealth game?
Here’s a fun theory about Bloodborne that comes from someone who actually helped write the official Bloodborne guide. It postulates that maybe the kind, precious doll that takes care of us throughout the game isn’t who we think she is.
Pacifism is bullshit the world of Bloodborne. Yharnam is a place where people communicate through blood and murder—and one character learns this lesson in the most hilarious way.
Sit back, make yourself comfortable. Grab yourself a nice drink. Whiskey, maybe? And then enjoy five minutes of some of the best that Bloodborne PvP has to offer.
Each enemy in Bloodborne is a jerk in its own way, but some are worse jerks than others.
Bloodborne is a punk. A savage, brutal punk—and I’m not just saying this because of all the challenging encounters with werewolves and tentacle monsters.
Having trouble with Bloodborne’s boss fights? Leave the game running on your PlayStation 4 for half a day and the brutal beasts become a breeze. That’s not good.
This is probably the most impressive gaming feat of 2015 so far.
“Don’t give up.” This was exactly what I needed to hear during my first session of Bloodborne, a game I was prepared and excited for, but which nevertheless dealt me a merciless first few hours.