A re-release of Dark Souls II for the current-gen consoles and a DX11 version for the PC has been announced in classic Souls fashion – with a moody and cryptic trailer showing scenes of unimaginable horror. Sign me up.



With the right clothes and American Werewolf in London green skin color, it's possible to stand in as an enemy in Dark Souls II. And then watch invading players flounder about, confused, trying to find you. Can't pull the wool over Guile's eyes, though.



Sony "dropped the ball" with Demon's Souls, SCE Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida confessed to Polygon. After co-developing the acclaimed PlayStation 3 title with From Software, Sony declined to publish the game in w...



Microsoft may have been touting the Xbox One and the majesty of The Cloud at its E3 Xbox press conference, but From Software's humble Dark Souls 2 for the Xbox 360 may have stolen the spotlight.  Easily more exciting th...



Namco Bandai's marketing support for Dark Souls was modest, to say the least, but apparently it won't be making that same "mistake" with the sequel. Dark Souls 2 is to be treated like a major "AAA" title, according to the pub...



Want to help the marketers working to promote Dark Souls 2? They're currently trying to determine the best tagline for the game, having a lot of competition from the previous game's one-liner, "prepare to die," and have turne...