During a recent round table at Namco Bandai headquarters in Tokyo, I asked From Software’s Hidetaka Miyazaki about the future of Dark Souls, as well as what else the studio is working on. The good news is yes, a new Armored Core is coming. The bad news is that, at least for the foreseeable future, more Dark Souls is…
Between directing Bloodborne and co-directing Dark Souls 3, From Software president Hidetaka Miyazaki has kept busy. As he works on Dark Souls 3's downloadable content, Miyazaki must consider the future of From Software and what’s after Souls. Here’s what the designer had to say.
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.
When Bandai Namco announced Dark Souls 3, it called the sequel the “final episode,” suggesting Dark Souls was coming to an end. At E3, however, the developers said it wasn’t true.
The new trailer for From Software's next dark action game just dropped and it's looking just as grim as fans have hoped.
Earlier this year, From Software of Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, as well as the upcoming Bloodborne fame was purchased by Japanese corporate giant Kadokawa with Dark Souls' director, Hidetaka Miyazaki, taking on the reins as president of From Software.
Demon Souls and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki has been named the president of From Software, the company said in an official release. That's terrific news for fans of those games. Good news for him, too.
Dark Souls was notoriously one of the most challenging games of 2011. It killed players over and over, sometimes rewarding patience and determination in the face of death and failure with yet more death and failure.
The biggest thing Dark Souls (and spiritual ancestor Demon's Souls) has going for it is that it's hard as shit. Suffering through countless deaths to the end is a serious badge of honor. So when the series' director said earlier this week "I am thinking about whether I should prepare another difficulty that everyone…
Dark Souls, the Demon's Souls spiritual sequel coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this year, will be longer—nearly 60 hours long, says its creator—more globally friendly and thankfully free of cameos from Dig Dug.