Film Friday: 18 New Flicks (Part One)

Eighteen New Flicks (Part One)

The first Friday in April has clocked in with a blazing amount of trailers! For the first half of Film Friday we have videos from Assassin's Creed Chronicles, Defiance, Dark Souls II, Evolve, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Hearthstone, MU Online, Son of Nor and SpeedRunners.

ZAM Awards 2014: Console Game of the Year


We love Destiny. Finding rare gear, upgrading talents, Public Events with strangers, dancing in the Tower. It blends an FPS and RPG as expertly as we could reasonably expect. It fills a niche in gaming we've always wanted. We forget how easily Destiny could simply not exist – but we're very glad it's real.

Individually, we've spent hundreds of hours acquiring new Exotics to laugh gleefully at their effects. Collectively, we've spent thousands of hours stomping the Fallen and fellow Guardians. When we're not playing Destiny, we're talking about it: our favorite Subclass, gear we're hoping to get, trash-talking the Cryptarch, or linking each other to items on DestinyDB (our Destiny site).

Dark Souls II DLC Slated for Spring 2015

Dark Souls II will release its upcoming DLC pack, Scholar of the First Sin, across all platforms on April 7, 2015. The new DLC will include the three previously released DLC packs—Crown of the Sunken King, Crown of the Old Iron King, and Crown of the Ivory King—along with new NPCs to offer an even deeper storyline, improved graphics, and additional gameplay features and enhancements.

Film Friday: Seven New Trailers

Seven days have passed, and seven trailers have arrived!

Dark Souls II: The Lost Crowns DLC Trilogy

Dark Souls II: the best coward-crusher of 2014, courtesy of From Software and Bandai Namco. Continuing the series' torturous satisfaction is The Lost Crowns DLC trilogy, three back-to-back DLCs released one month apart starting this July.

Crown of the Sunken King – July 22
Crown of the Old Iron King – August 26
Crown of the Ivory King – September 24

Dark Souls II: PC Launch + Trailer

PC gamers, the wait has ended.

As of yesterday at 6PM Eastern, Dark Souls II is officially ready to play on PC. While the first Dark Souls was a notably-poor PC port, it seems From Games and Bandai Namco have listened and delivered. Durante, a very well-respected modder who "fixed" the first game, has given Dark Souls II a hearty thumbs-up (although that hasn't stopped him).

Dark Souls II Launches on Consoles

The action RPG Dark Souls II released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 yesterday, with its PC release slated for April 25. It offers an all-new engine with a vast world, mind-bending environments, intricate customization options, an updated multiplayer system and more.