Revival and retrieval.
Hopefully, the studio does better with its Dark Souls-inspired game this time.
The games you just couldn’t beat.
It’s incredibly brave to make the parry essential in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Will Sekiro be as memorable?
From Evergrace to Dark Souls 3.
It’s definitely not a Souls game.
What a way to lose the run.
Limited to 2000 copies, and retails for £450.
Dark Souls: Daughters of Ash is a love letter to From Software’s classic.
What could have been?
It’s Dark Souls on the go. What more could you ask for?
Link is in Dark Souls now. Seriously.
Rampage through Lothric as the baddest baddies.
This will give fans a hollow feeling.