Dark Souls is a game advertised for its crushing difficulty. Does this action RPG have soul, or is it fit only to be left in the dark?
Dark Souls smashed the player-friendly conventions of the day and brought an old-school style difficulty approach to the masses. Now, the original returns in refined form on the portable-friendly Nintendo Switch.
After being delayed, the Switch version of Dark Souls has joined the other remastered versions from earlier this year. RPGamers can now praise the sun wherever they go.
After a significant wait, Switch owners will finally get an opportunity to try Dark Souls on the console. The Network Test for the game goes live this weekend.
Who wants to link the fires one last time? How about wanting to link all the Dark Souls games together in one case?
A summer of Dark Souls Remastered has gone by and the wait for the Switch version will be a little longer still. Handheld fans can get their hands on the game this upcoming October.
While it may not quite be time yet to return to the world of Lordran, Dark Souls Remastered’s release is imminent. Best get ready to die again.
Some official looks at gameplay for the Dark Souls remaster are available. There is also info for those on PC looking to transition to the newer release or pick up the previous Prepare to Die Edition.
Switch owners preparing to die are in for a bit of a longer wait as Bandai Namco delays the remastered Dark Souls. For everyone else, the release date remains the same.
Nintendo’s latest Direct presentation featured titles on both 3DS and Switch. In amongst them were RPGs such as Bowser’s Inside Story, Octopath Traveler, Okami, South Park, and more.
Nintendo has a new Direct Mini video revealing a number of titles that will be heading to the Switch. The World Ends with You, Ys VIII, Hyrule Warriors, and Dark Souls will all be arriving this year.