Bloodborne

Spread the love       Tweet    Yuka Kitamura is a composer that has worked with developer FromSoftware on a variety of titles over the years. Not only has she helped contribute tracks to projects like Bloodborne, which features multiple composers, but she also served as the primary music writer on Dark Souls III and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Essentially,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Sony is clearly entertaining the idea of bringing more of its first-party titles to the PC platform in the future. While Hermen Hulst, the head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios, has stated that Sony won’t be looking to bring all of its former exclusives to PC, that hasn’t stopped the publisher from beginning
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Spread the love       Tweet    Alongside confirming that Horizon Zero Dawn would be coming to PC later in 2020 today, PlayStation’s Hermen Hulst also talked a bit more about the future of Sony’s Worldwide Studios. Chatting with the PlayStation Blog, Hulst was asked what Worldwide Studios, the entity that houses all of Sony’s first-party developers, has in store
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Spread the love       Tweet    Fans of PS4 exclusive Bloodborne and FromSoftware in general are no stranger to the Loran Cleric. Found in the Loran Chalice Dungeons, their hunched and beastly demeanor are fairly tough opponents hiding a deeper secret. No, not some in-game secret, but the fact that there is a wealth of cut content surrounding them
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2019 comes to a close, DualShockers and our staff are reflecting on this year’s batch of games and what were their personal highlights within the last year. Unlike the official Game of the Year 2019 awards for DualShockers, there are little-to-no-rules on our individual Top 10 posts. For instance, any game
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Spread the love       Tweet    Internet historians are nowhere near done with Bloodborne, despite the game coming out nearly half-a-decade ago on the PS4. In a new video, Bloodborne lore-master Lance McDonald has pieced together hidden, unused lines from the Vileblood Queen, potentially exposing a plotline that never came to fruition. As mentioned above, news comes by way of Souls series
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Spread the love       Tweet    The battle royale genre has taken over the past few years. From titans like Fortnite and PUBG to the newer entries in the genre like Apex Legends and Tetris 99, battle royale seems here to stay. Now, one new fame game creator has said that he even has potential interest in putting his own spin on the genre.
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Spread the love       Tweet    There are simply no limits to how far the Bloodborne community is able to take their dedication to the game. While some are able to show off their love of the title by finding the location from the opening cinematic or creating blood-soaked rune coasters, others are perfecting nearly unbeatable battles in the game.
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Spread the love       Tweet    During GameInformer’s coverage of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice for their cover story a new gameplay video showing off the Hirata Estates appeared. In it the player character Sekiro approaches the Hirata Estates from on high, quickly descending towards the enemies below thanks to the grappling hook. Commentators Dan Tacka nd Suriel Vazquez
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Spread the love       Tweet    It’s very common within the gaming industry for larger developers to have multiple projects in development at the same time. FromSoftware, a developer best known for its work on the Dark Souls series, Bloodborne, and the upcoming Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, is no different. Apparently, the popular Japanese developer has two unannounced
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Spread the love       Tweet    FromSoftware’s most recent release was that of Déraciné, a VR adventure game that was a far cry from the other action titles that the studio has become synonymous with. When the game released just a few months ago, the Internet was set ablaze after fans found that it contained an Easter egg that
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today Sony Interactive Entertainment announced its lineup of games for March 2018, and boy, it’s a good one. The two heavy hitters are From Software’s Bloodborne and Insomniac Games’ Ratchet & Clank for PS4. Sony’s newest console also gets Mighty No. 9 (cross-buy with PS3), Claire: Extended Cut, and Bombing Busters (both cross-buy with PS Vita).  Legend of
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