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Liz Maas
Dark Souls Gets A New Trailer, Release Windows
Looks like the game will make 2011 after all.
05.11.11 - 12:58 AM

Dark Souls, From Software's successor to 2009's rather successful Demon's Souls, is said to be even more difficult than the latter. After being given a '2011' release timeframe for the longest time, From Software - and overseas publisher Namco Bandai - gave the game a slightly smaller window for both Japan and Europe. They also a released a brand new trailer for your enjoyment. Or to give you more goosebumps, whichever.

Like the above trailer suggests, the title will hit Europe (Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3) sometime in October. From Software has also confirmed that Dark Souls will be out in Japan (PlayStation 3 only) a month earlier, in September for 7800 yen ($96.49 US). North America (also Xbox 360 and PS3) has not been given a timeframe, but I doubt it'll be very far off from Europe's.


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