Today on Highlight Reel we have self-stacking bowls, A Way Out glitches, Vampyr confusion, and much more.
The Dark Souls games have some grueling and difficult boss fights, but that doesn’t stop committed players from adding self-imposed modifiers that make the game even more difficult. And nothing says “difficult” more than a fists-only boss fight at level one.
Released just shy of two years ago, people have committed no shortage of amazing feats in Dark Souls III. Recently though, two players have hit new heights showing just how far top-tier Souls play has come.
This is what it looks like when a Dark Souls 3 gangsquad double-doors you to death.
Dark Souls III takes players to the end of the world with The Ringed City DLC, arriving March 28 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Players will chase after Slave Knight Gael as he seeks the Dark Soul of Humanity. Sounds like a picnic!
Today on Highlight Reel we have Titanfall 2 grappling hooks, strange happenings in Skyrim, The Flash, Battlefield plays, and much more!
First-person mods in this third-person series are nothing new, but they’ve previously been fairly janky affairs. This one looks good enough to trick you into thinking it’s meant to be in the game.
Mimics are just the worst in Dark Souls III. So, role-playing as one during invasions is a fantastic way to have some fun and troll invaders.
A Dark Souls 3-themed Playstation 4 can’t just be a generic plastic box. it has to be faithful to the game, either made of wood or metal. Or both.
Today on Highlight Reel we have vaporized invaders, powerful kicks, rocket punches and much more!
Inhaling the intoxicating vapour that is Dark Souls is a dangerous life choice. You’re going to find yourself caught up in something largely outside your control. An endless loop with no real escape or respite.
The graphics would be simpler, but the aesthetics, boss tactics and the overall experience would be similarly painful.
Last week I asked our Photoshop-savvy readers to bring a little bright and fluffy to the dreary world of Dark Souls. This is the prettiest ‘Shop Contest winners post ever.
I know that fans of From Software’s brutal action role-playing games love their darkness, but with the third game hitting shelves last week I am getting sick and tired of dreary screenshots. Let’s brighten ‘em up a bit, shall we?
That’s a lot of players getting rolled to death. The “Armor of Thorns” is a special set in Dark Souls III, covered in thorns, that does damage when rolling into enemies. The damage is minimal, but not when a whole group of players are wearing it in 4v1 pvp.
Dark Souls III is arguably the biggest game to launch this month and with few other major releases there probably isn’t much of an argument to be had, especially since the main competition wound up being a steaming pile (Quantum Break).
Twitter accounts for ‘brands’ are pretty much the worst ever, but here is a rare example of one getting it right.
Even for veteran fighters from medieval times, handling a giant two-handed sword must have been a challenge. And while the folks at Man at Arms did a very good job forging a replica of this iconic weapon from Dark Souls, they have a bit of trouble wielding it.
Yes, that Eli Roth. Seems the guy is enough of a Dark Souls fan to convince Namco to let him direct an original short animated film/trailer.