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Demon’s Souls And Dark Souls Inspired The Design Of PlayStation 4

Posted on Friday, November 22 @ 06:24:37 PST by Alex_Osborn

Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida recently shared his favorite games of all time with PlayStation Blogcast, revealling that Demon's Souls and Dark Souls are his two most beloved games on PlayStation 3, right behind Journey.

Yoshida then went on to reveal that the painfully difficult Souls games actually influenced the design of PlayStation 4's feature set.

Lots of things these games - Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls – did, like leaving the message to other people asynchronously so you feel connected but not really connected at the same time, all of these things inspired us when we were designing the system features for PS4.

The sharing features -  I enjoy so much watching people playing Dark Souls on YouTube. These games still have special place in my memory.

You see? Sony's next-gen console is hardcore

[Via IGN]

Related Games:   Dark Souls, Demon's Souls
Tags:   From Software, PS4, Sony

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