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Dark Souls 2’ director changes stance on potential PS4 and Xbox One ports

Yui Tanimura has changed his stance regarding the potential PS4 and Xbox One ports of the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Dark Souls 2.” In an interview with Eurogamer on Sept. 19, the game disclosed that he and the rest of his colleagues at From Software has not “rule out” the action role-playing title appearing for the two next-generation systems down the road.

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ZHZ903950d ago

That'll be intersting to see this game on next gen consoles.

Jack_Of_All_Blades3950d ago

Agreed, I'd absolutely love this on the PS4!!

brish3950d ago

I was going to wait a while before getting a ps4 until there was a good selection of games for it.

If Dark Souls II goes to ps4 I'll buy a ps4 just to play Dark Souls II on it.

Harmonizer3950d ago

Given that a PC version is allready in the making, a next-gen console version shouldn't be too hard to make. All depends on possible sales on those new platforms.

Neixus3950d ago

Indeed, i'm really grateful that Next-gen shares the same architecture as PCs

Grave3950d ago

looks like Ill be getting 3 separate copies then.

mav8053950d ago

I certainly hope From ends up doing it, I'd prefer to buy games for next gen over current gen systems.

JP13693950d ago

Someone doesn't think you actually like what you said you like.

mav8053950d ago

Lol, oh well.

I figure even with minimum enhancements we could get better framerate and textures on next-gen.

JP13693950d ago

I'm waiting and hoping for next-gen versions of both GTA 5 and DS2. All I care for is better frame rates and draw distances. GTA 5 especially looks like it could benefit from more memory to cure that texture pop-in.

stuna13950d ago

If going by potential next console sales it could actually be a good move to release on next gen consoles! I for one don't believe it's going to impact this gens console sales, if anything I think it'll boost next gen console sales.

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Brace Yourselves, Tarnished: Revisiting the Greatest Soulsborne Boss Battles - Part I: Dark Souls

With Elden Ring's DLC Shadow of the Erdtree coming this month, JDR takes a look back at the greatest Soulsborne bosses. To start with, those of Dark Souls.

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Dark Souls: Archthrones Reaffirms Modding Is The Best Thing To Happen To Games

"Dark Souls: Archthrones is like playing a brand new FromSoftware game, and that speaks volumes about just how much good modding can do," says Hanzala from eXputer.

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The prevalence of parrying: Why is it so popular?

Parrying has been creeping into more games, with almost every high-profile title of the last few years featuring it in some way.  Why?

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phoenixwing115d ago (Edited 115d ago )

i understand the authors frustration i'm not the best at parrying in games. not that i can't complete a game that requires it but it is a definite harder thing for me than other kinds of techniques in games. which might be the main reason it's so heavily added in games nowadays. want to make your game challenging without having to do a lot of work? just add a parry boss. (what i mean by parry boss is a boss you have to beat by parrying such that their attacks will kill you otherwise)

Dudeson115d ago (Edited 115d ago )

I always think it's fine as long as such games also have the roll/dodge panic button. But I understand the will to parry, it seems so cinematic in a fight when you pull it off.

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