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‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’: New Trailer For Latest From ‘Dark Souls’ Developer Released
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

A new trailer has been released for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest from Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer FromSoftware.

The new trailer isn’t as long as the reveal trailer we saw during E3 2018. It’s a brief cinematic trailer, which previews the game’s story. You can find some more info on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and check out the story preview trailer below.

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E3 2018: Trailer For ‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’ From ‘Dark Souls’ and ‘Bloodborne’ Developer FromSoftware
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

The latest game from Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer FromSoftware, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, was revealed during Microsoft’s E3 2018 briefing.

We first saw the game teased during The Game Awards 2017 this past December, but no one had a clue what it was. Now we’re seeing how the game looks and learning more about it. In it, you’ll play as a warrior in 1500s Japan who’s on a quest to regain his honor.

Click on over to the other side for more info on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and to watch the new trailer.

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The Game Awards 2017: Next Project From ‘Dark Souls’ Developer FromSoftware Teased
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Dark Souls Developer FromSoftware Game Tease

The next game from the developer of the Dark Souls series and Bloodborne, FromSoftware, was teased at The Game Awards 2017.

The teaser is a brief video. And when I say teaser I do very much mean it. It’s only 20-something seconds long, and shows one thing. It’s a disturbing thing, of that there is no doubt. But still, only one thing. That thing is then followed by a few words, which is of course enough to get folks speculating.

Head on below to check out the video.

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Watch Now: Eli Roth’s ‘Dark Souls III’ Animated Short
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Dark Souls 3 Eli Roth

We’ve seen horror movie directors make animated shorts to help promote video games in the past, such as House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects director Rob Zombie’s Assassin’s Creed Unity short.

Now Cabin Fever, Hostel, and The Green Inferno director Eli Roth has directed an animated short for the upcoming Dark Souls III, and you can check it out below.

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Watch Now: ‘Dark Souls 3’ Opening Cinematic
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Dark Souls 3

The Souls series of video games developed by From Software are known for a few things, most notable of which being their infuriating, unforgiving, may cause baldness level of difficulty.

Another much less maddening thing the games are known for is their phenomenal opening cinematics, which get you super excited to step up and become the bad ass you were born to be…before you ultimately end up deconstructing your controller via wall a few minutes later. But it makes the sense of accomplishment when you do overcome your greatest adversaries (I’m looking at you, Havel the Rock, you ass—you’re not even a real boss!) all the more satisfying, and that feeling is addictive enough to keep ’em coming back for more and more.

Dark Souls III is set to be released soon, and to help start getting folks pumped up for the game the opening cinematic has been released online (for those who don’t mind seeing it before actually playing the game). You can watch the video below.

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Gamescom 2015: ‘Dark Souls III’ Gameplay Released
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Dark Souls III

The Gamescom convention kicked off in Germany today, and there’s been plenty of exciting video game goodness shared already.

The third entry in developer From Software’s massively popular Dark Souls franchise, simply titled Dark Souls III, was officially announced at E3 2015 a couple of months back. Now the first gameplay preview for the trilogy-maker has been unveiled at Gamescom during the Microsoft presentation today.

While Dark Souls II was released on the current generation of consoles, it was first released on the previous generation, making this the first “next-gen” release for the excited fans of the series. You can see what it looks like below.

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6-Minute Gameplay Demo For ‘Bloodborne,’ The New Game From ‘Dark Souls’ Developer
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From Software's Bloodborne

The official Gamescom 2014 gameplay demo for Bloodborne, the latest game from the makers of Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, and Dark Souls II, has found its way online. It runs about six minutes in length.

While fans of the games will notice that Bloodborne is set in an entirely different Victorian era-inspired nightmare of a location than the more fantastical (but still nightmarish) locations found in the Souls games, they will also notice just how similar the actual gameplay looks to those previous games.

You can find out more about the game and check out the gameplay demo as well as a trailer below.

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New ‘Dark Souls 2’ Gameplay Trailer Released
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Dark Souls II Image

One of the many things the folks behind the Dark Souls games do well, is cinematics. This truth is reaffirmed in a new trailer for their upcoming sequel, Dark Souls II.

The trailer opens with a dark and rainy cinematic sequence before moving into various shots of gameplay action…shots that remind anyone who’s planning to play the game just what they’re in for: pain. Lots of pain. And death, of course. Plenty of death.

You can check out the new trailer below.

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Spike VGAs 2012: ‘Dark Souls 2’ Cinematic Trailer
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Dark Souls II Image

The 10th annual Spike Video Game Awards ceremony was held last night, and as always, gamers were excited to see if any huge new games would be announced. We went in hoping for another epic announcement along the same lines as Bethesda’s reveal of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim a couple of years back, maybe the rumored Fallout 4 or something from the recently confirmed Dragon Age III, but instead we got a nightmare resurrected.

Many people, myself included, were tormented by the relentlessly difficult game Dark Souls, haunting many of our dreams. But we sucked it up and fought through to obtain the invisible trophy you get when defeating such a game. Mine’s above the fireplace. Developer From Software, however, has decided they don’t want us to recover much, announcing Dark Souls II at the VGAs.

You can see the first cinematic trailer for the game below.

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Must See: ‘Dark Souls’ Re-Imagined As An Arcade Game
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Dark Souls Image

There’s no denying that Dark Souls, the game developed by Japanese company From Software, is one of the hardest ever created. It can be viciously infuriating, yet the sense of accomplishment in conquering it makes it a must play for most who call themselves gamers, and not just those with an affinity for self-torment.

In an exceptional re-imagining of the game, someone has created a magazine ad for the arcade version of Dark Souls, complete with some screenshots of memorable moments/enemies from the game. You can check it out below.

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