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Dark Souls 3 on PC has a game-breaking bug — here’s how to fix it

Dark Souls 3 on PC has a game-breaking bug — here’s how to fix it The bad news is that the PC version of insanity simulator / RPG Dark Souls 3 appears to have a game-breaking bug of its own gumming up the works.The good news is that apart from these bugs, overall reception for Dark Souls 3 is positive.

How To Jump Into Dark Souls 3 If You Got Started With Bloodborne

How To Jump Into Dark Souls 3 If You Got Started With Bloodborne Despite being the third game in the series, it’s possible Dark Souls 3 is your first Dark Souls game!You can approach Dark Souls 3 a little like Bloodborne, however, if you build your character in a way that emphasizes being nimble and light.

What I Actually Call Dark Souls Bosses

What I Actually Call Dark Souls Bosses From Software has a knack for creating some super weird boss names.Here are some of the names I use when talking about Souls/Bloodborne games… Old Name: Capra DemonMy Name: Big Demon Bawbag By the time I stumbled across the Capra Demon, I was already used to dying in Dark Souls.

Dark Souls 3 is great, but I can't love it like Bloodborne, because it's not as cool

Dark Souls 3 is great, but I can't love it like Bloodborne, because it's not as cool But after playing Dark Souls 3, I think I've found a more significant difference: Bloodborne is cool.But the whole reason I bought Dark Souls 3 was the assumption that since I loved Bloodborne - a game which is itself derived from the Souls series' formula - I would obviously enjoy Dark Souls 3.

Why I Love: bonfires in Dark Souls

Why I Love: bonfires in Dark Souls And nothing symbolises this quite so clearly as the bonfire in Souls games.) But what if you hate Dark Souls?

Dark Souls, Bloodborne Director Working on New IP

Dark Souls, Bloodborne Director Working on New IP Hidetaka Miyazaki’s reign as director of the Souls series has seen unprecedented growth for a franchise that should realistically only appeal to a niche subsection of the gaming market.A combination of a finely-tuned formula and constantly improving game quality, however, has seen the recent release of Dark Souls 3 break sales records within From Software and become one of the most talked about gaming releases of 2016.

An Hour (and a half) with Eric Lang

An Hour (and a half) with Eric Lang Now we sit down for a nice, quiet, fireside chat with game developer Eric Lang (he’s Canadian).The thing that really attracted Eric to the project was that he could create a cross-over project.

If you thought Bloodborne looked good before, see it rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4

If you thought Bloodborne looked good before, see it rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 I spent a lot of time in the Hunter's Dream when I was playing Bloodborne, mostly because I was afraid to leave.With that qualification established, I can confidently say that this detailed Unreal Engine 4 recreation of the "safe" zone looks like an even better place to panic about upcoming boss battles.

7 golden rules for building a better boss fight in 2016

7 golden rules for building a better boss fight in 2016 So I think it’s time to take stock, in the context of gaming in 2016, of what a boss fight can and should be, and how they can continue to add vital highs and rewards to the games they grace without becoming dinosaurs.Let’s start with the fundamental point of boss fights, because it’s not what it was.

The 25 best PS4 games

The 25 best PS4 games Oh, sure, you have the big action set-pieces that the series is known for, where everything hero Nathan Drake touches falls apart around him.And the attention to detail in those moments - how wood splinters into pieces under gunfire, or how Nathan's clothing gets caked in mud during a high-octane car chase - certainly makes it shine as a bit of impressive tech to show off to your friends.