A new potential teaser by a FromSoftware staff member has ignited rumors about a potentially new Armored Core title. The header image spotted on a Twitter profile has led fans to believe that new game in the mecha franchise could be coming. A new header image was spotted on FromSoftware marketing manager Yasunori Ogura’s Twitter
So a new HD remake is coming out next month, and it’s a FromSoftware game, but not one you’re expecting. Metal Wolf Chaos XD is a full HD remake of a mech action game that was exclusive to the Xbox. The game never saw a wider release outside of Japan, and is only just now
Elden Ring is the newest collaborative project from Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki and A Song of Ice & Fire author George R.R. Martin. It has lots of fans of these creators excited for one simple reason, it’s not Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice or Bloodborne. Don’t worry, those two are both great games, but they
The new FromSoftware game, Elden Ring, has generated a ton of hype. Elden Ring was revealed at E3 2019, and fans were super excited to learn that Miyazaki and George R.R. Martin had collaborated on the ambitious open-world game. The trailer hid deep hints about both the world and the story. And with GRRM providing
Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin reportedly collaborated with FromSoftware on a new game, and it’s on that’s the most RPG-esque game the company has ever made Elden Ring is the newest game in the SoulsBorne lineage of FromSoftware. And while it’s not a true Soulsborne game in the most traditional sense, the DNA
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is smashing sales expectations, and the patience of gamers, worldwide. The FromSoftware title has sold more than two million copies in it's first two weeks on the market.
FromSoftware has just unleashed the launch trailer for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. For those who don’t know, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a fair bit different from other FromSoft games. Hidetaka Miyazaki wanted to create a game that is both significantly different from their previous games, and one that contains staples that long-time fans would
Spotify has been killing it this month with adding new content to their streaming service that gamers love. First there was a ton of Capcom music from the likes of Monster Hunter and Street Fighter, then CD Projekt managed to get some of the excellent tracks from The Witcher series onto the music streaming app.
Gamers in the Benelux are in for a treat in 2019 with the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on PS4. Those of you eagerly awaiting more news about the mysterious and difficult new FromSoftware title have something new to gnaw on. And sorry, it’s not more gameplay, but it’s still really cool. It turns
Sony and FromSoftware just unleashed another new trailer for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, this time it’s much more beautiful and dangerous than anyone could have ever imagined. This new trailer showcases one of the deadly bosses that inhabit the world of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and she’s quite the terror to behold. Say hello to
Activision and FromSoftware have revealed the official PC system requirements for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice as part of updating the official Steam page. So now PC gamers can ensure their rigs are up to snuff, although judging from the requirements, it should be pretty simple for any recently up-to-date PC in the last few years
The dark and bloody world of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is one that has been mystifying gamers for months. Gamers have been thoroughly confused by the largely simple gameplay and story teasers we’ve seen so far. Now, FromSoftware is finally revealing more about the setting of their latest game. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is set
In an interview with Game Watch, which has been translated by Reddit user Zelda_2017, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Director Hidetaka Miyazaki explained more details about the new way in which gameplay and difficulty are being designed in the game. The title will feature an unique respawn system called the Kaisei system. In short, this will be an extremely
The Dark Souls Trilogy has already landed, and made a bit splash in North America and Asia, and now gamers in the PAL parts of the globe are getting the same treatment. But a couple thousand lucky gamers and fans of the Dark Souls series may well get a super treat. This comes in the
Dark Souls: Remastered is now available on the hybrid handheld platform that is the Nintendo Switch, and fans have another reason to tackle the excellent game while on the go, because it looks so darned pretty. Nintendo has released a new trailer for the game showcasing some iconic locations and bosses that fans will be
Japanese gaming magazine Dengeki PlayStation, and FromSoftware, have some new footage to show of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. During a recent livestream promoting the game, FromSoftware Communication Manager Yasuhiro Kitao and Voice Actress Kanako Takatsuki walked us through a gameplay demo. We get to see various locales throughout the game, there sure is a lot
We’ve learned that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be a strictly solo adventure. So there’s no invasions or other multiplayer PvP, and certainly no cooperation between players either. Given Sekiro contains a resurrection mechanic, it would be an easy assumption to say the game would be easier than previous From Software games. But don’t be
If you’re a Dark Souls fan, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice may not actually be for you. And while it’s not a typical Souls RPG, there’s still some tidbits of signature love from From Software sprinkled throughout the game. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is still a very rewarding singleplayer experience that’s packed with lore and backstory.