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Dark Souls III lands next Tuesday on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, so GI editors Kyle Hilliard and Daniel Tack take one of Dan's characters out for a spin against one of the hardest bosses in the Souls series.If you're still trying to go into the game spoiler free, this video isn't for you, but come back later once you've had a chance to explore the mysteries of Lothric.
That’s changing in Final Fantasy XV, which once again puts players in the pilot’s seat.Amid all of the other announcements during the Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event in March, the last revelation stole the show for many viewers.
The agonizing wait for new things to do in Bungie's
shared-world shooter is almost over.While Destiny Update 2.
Its developer, Remedy Entertainment, is known for stocking its games to the brim with neat little Easter eggs that often hint at a connected universe shared between games.There are also references to Remedy's Max Payne series.
After defeating the boss you acquire a sword to plunge into the empty fire pit in the next area, the Firelink Shrine.The Firelink Shrine will serve as your hub for Dark Souls III.
The last couple of days have kept me busy creating a "physics powered" grab arm for picking up the crates.When the player gets the crates to the exit, the claw comes to get it.
This is a great weekend if you happen to have free time and open hard-drive space.There are three games you can play absolutely free – two of them are in beta and the other is already out.
Needless to say, the April Update is nowhere near the size of that ambitious offering last September.But even stripping away considerations of the scope of the content, the April Update is a mixed bag of good and bad.
Every week, even casual players have a good shot at obtaining three of these Sterling Treasures through logging in and engaging with basic in-game activities.An unlimited number of additional Sterling Treasures can be purchased with real money.
Final Fantasy XV is shaking
things up by having four male leads who are already good friends before they
embark on their crazy adventure, but it also has some intriguing side
characters players meet along the way along the way.While visiting Square
Enix, we discovered more about these integral personalities and what they'll
add to the journey.
The beta goes out to those in the Frontrunners program on April 22 and to the general public on April 23 and ends on April 26.We got a chance to get started on it a little early, and played portion of the game's opening, saw the story setup, played around with Faith's new abilities, and even get a brief look at the potential of the open world.
But there are plenty of other games that deserve to shine again, and we’ve compiled a list of some of the most deserving ones.There are countless games we’d love to see return to the spotlight, but we’ve tried to keep this list fairly realistic.
A prevailing issue for Star Fox has been attempts to implement unnecessary gimmicks.While Star Fox 2 was in development, the Virtual Boy, an entire system built around a gimmick, featured a Star Fox demo that never became more before the doomed system met its end.
Hiroki Chiba was an event planner for Final Fantasy VII (and is currently directing the upcoming World of Final Fantasy), and he can’t remember a lone aspect of development that was the most challenging, because almost all elements were uncharted territory.However, Kitase has been involved with the Final Fantasy franchise since the early ‘90s, serving in leadership roles on hardware-transition titles like Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy XIII.
From Software's Dark Souls series has garnered a dedicated cult following over the years, but not everyone is a true believer.That could very well change with Dark Souls III, though.
We talked with Durham to find out how
Boss Fight Books touches on the personal side of gaming, stays on people’s
radar, and what the future of the small press looks like.I feel like some video game books come off as too
This week of blogs covers everything from gaming woes to Destiny to Kingdom Hearts.It's odd to write Kingdom Hearts and actually have a new game out for the series.