But, no more deluxe editions.
But, no more deluxe editions.
We’re giving away a copy of Demon’s Souls with the art book and strategy guide! Conditions-apply-see-post-for-details.
Atlus’s Demon’s Souls strategy guide, which is bundled with the deluxe edition, is fairly elaborate. The guide is about the size of a PS3 box and it contains tons of charts.
If you’re lucky enough to procure an early copy, say this weekend, you won’t be able to play Demon’s Souls online until launch day.
Prepare to die. In Demon’s Souls you can die hundreds of ways, even in the tutorial level. Scratch that. You will die in the tutorial level once you Vanguard smashes you with its giant axe.
Good question. After Sony shut down online play for Derby Time Online after seven months it’s a fair question too.
Look, if you haven’t bought it yet, Atlus really doesn’t want you to import Demon’s Souls. In addition to the “stop importing it” bundle Atlus is throwing in a 70 minute soundtrack CD with every North American copy.
Atlus is advertising Demon’s Souls as “a game that enjoys the taste of your tears.” A fitting tag line since Demon’s Souls is merciless. However, when Takeshi Kajii was developing the dark fantasy game he didn’t think it would be received that way.
Atlus announced their version of Demon’s Souls will have a few differences other than pre-order spoils. Their localization team is polishing the menu text and building untarnished servers.
Demon’s Souls comes out in two flavors on October 6. Everyone that pre-orders the PS3 game gets an art book filled with concept sketches.
Aksys and Atlus will be making their yearly appearance at Anime Expo with panels on Saturday, July 4.
Atlus sent out another clip of Demon’s Souls which has the same music as the trailer Sony Computer Entertainment released. There are new scenes to watch like an ominous blue light and a knight’s spirit coming back to life.
We don’t know if Sony Computer Entertainment America will ever publish Demon’s Souls domestically, but if you were interested in cleaving demons with a huge sword Sony Computer Entertainment Asia has you covered. Just like we reported at the Asia Game Show, Demon’s Souls has been fully translated into English. While developing the Japanese version […]
Down in the depths of the Asia Game Show Sony had a new build of Demon’s Souls to show, but no one seemed to care. That’s what happens when you put Resident Evil 5 with co-op play and Demon’s Souls. Anyway, there was a new build tucked away in the 18+ games for grownups area […]
From Software is pushing Demon’s Souls by using “edgy” English and they’re doing a much better job than Global A. Demon’s Souls isn’t a story driven game so I suppose Japanese gamers don’t care about the creation of souls pretext. Seeing a dragon carrying a corpse and a lone warrior against a swarm of enemies […]
Oh, that was fast. Demon’s Soul’s release date just went from sometime in 2009 to February 5 in Japan. From my experience playing Demon’s Souls at TGS it has a King’s Field feel right down to the damage controlling power bar. What I didn’t get to try out during the demo was haunting other […]