On the Sublime and Beautiful: A Conversation with ‘Dark Souls III’ Director Hidetaka Miyazaki

Vice: Prior to FromSoftware's Souls series, few gamers would be able to tell you who Hidetaka Miyazaki was. Heavily involved with the Armored Core franchise in the mid-noughties, the Shizuoka-born game director ultimately found fame through 2011's Dark Souls and its sleeper-hit predecessor of two years earlier, Demon's Souls. He's since supervised 2014's Dark Souls II and steered 2015's Bloodborne from concept art to classic status. And 2016 sees Miyazaki return to directing duties for Dark Souls III, the most anticipated of the Souls series titles so far.

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Shinuz1377d ago

My most anticipated game yet, it even comes out on my birthday!

esmittystud1011377d ago

Hidetaka Miyazaki is the most underrated guy in gaming if you ask me. He has more detail than any other developer out there, with his level design, the shortcut system, it really ties you into the map.