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Dark Souls III

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Genre: Adventure, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Versions: See 6 more versions of this game

As fires fade and the world falls into ruin, developer FROMSOFTWARE and director Hidetaka Miyazaki continue their critically-acclaimed and genre-defining series with Dark Souls III. Fans and newcomers alike will get lost in the games hallmark rewarding gameplay and immersive graphics. Now only embers remain…


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Gameplay Reveal Gamescom 2015 Trailer
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TomFC90
1 reviews

Great 100%

Takes the best of both Bloodborne and Dark Souls to create the definite Soulsborne experience. Could be considered Miyazaki's "opus magna". Excellent combat systems, more streamlined than its predecessors but still engaging and complex. Epic Soundtrack on boss fights and the creepy but interesting storyline in the narrative style of the series. The signature difficulty and trial and error gameplay can still be alienating for some players, but it'... Read More

Positive points
Paced gameplay and combat. Operatic Soundtrack. Boss fights. Light and shadow graphic effects.
Negative points
Doesn't improve much over its predeccesors. Understandable because is very hard to improve over perfection