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Dark Souls Offers Lots Of Brutality And Some Stunning Imagery [Video]

Whereas some people may think that Dragon’s Dogma from Capcom is too clean looking and typical in the art design department, that’s definitely not the case for Dark Souls. The follow-up to the mega cult hit Demon's Souls, Dark Souls has everything gamers want out of the sequel: bigger bosses, bigger environments, enemy designs that are unique without being too outlandish and more brutal dying.

Dark Souls Premier Trailer + Screens

Today Namco Bandai has announced their partnership with developer FromSoftware to release the soon-to-be hardcore action-RPG Dark Souls in both North America and Europe.  The spiritual successor to the mega surprise game Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls takes a lot of the same principles found in Demon’s Souls but adds a new layer of depth thanks to a wealth of new enhancements and improvements, most of which will please fans of Demon’s Souls.

Dark Souls, The Demon's Souls follow-up, Sounds Hardcore And Epic

I try to play as many games as I can but sometimes I just don’t have enough time to play everything. That obviously means that sometimes a few awesome games slip through my fingers, one of which was Demon’s Souls.  I’m not a huge RPG gamer but the hardcore nature of Demon’s Souls and the sheer premise of fighting monsters in classic dungeons or castles did seem really appealing to me. While I may not have time to play Demon’s Souls now, I should be able to make time for Dark Souls, the spiritual successor to Demon’s Soul.

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