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Dark Souls patch removes region lock, DSFix 2.4 available
That 5.5mb update you may or may not have seen being applied to Dark Souls through Steam was the removal of multiplayer region locking.
Dark Souls region lock is being investigated by Namco
One of the unfortunate side-effects of the Dark Souls migration to Steam appears as if it will be resolved before too long.
Dark Souls FPS unlock returns, DSfix updated
Regular Dark Souls fixing hero Durante, with the help of mysterious figure ‘boowoo90,’ have made the frame-rate unlock function work again.
Dark Souls completes migration to Steamworks
As suggested by Bandai Namco’s community manager last week, today marks the moment when Dark Souls can be migrated away from Games for Windows Live.
Dark Souls Steam migration details coming on Monday
Bandai Namco community manager J Kartje has provided another update about the Steam migration process for Dark Souls.
Dark Souls Steam migration should be “next week or so”
Bandai Namco haven’t forgotten about moving Dark Souls over to Steamworks, and according to their US community manager J Kartje hope to get it done fairly soon.
Steam Exploration Sale Day 3 is ready for Black Friday
It’s Black Friday, which means there are sales everywhere – but for Steam, it’s just another day in their Exploration Sale.
Dark Souls PC Steam migration now planned for December
The migration of Dark Souls from Games for Windows Live to Steamworks is still planned, but for next month.
Dark Souls GfWL to Steam transition detailed by Bandai Namco
As we reported earlier today, Dark Souls will be moving from the Games for Windows Live system to the Steamworks platform.
Dark Souls gets Steam achievements, GfWL on the way out
It looks like Dark Souls may finally be decoupled from Games for Windows Live, as the FromSoft title now has a set of Steamworks achievements.
Dark Souls “seeking other avenues” for its online functionality
In a Facebook post, Namco Bandai and From Software have clarified that they’re trying to find a way to keep Dark Souls‘ online services online after Games for Windows LIVE goes down.
Dark Souls 2 vs Dark Souls: IncGamers Debates the Merits of Each Title
Peter [Parrish]: Now that Tim and I have both finished Dark Souls 2, it’s only right to decide which of the original and sequel is the better game.
Dark Souls 2’s Teen ESRB rating isn’t cause for alarm
Over the weekend, various sites noticed that Dark Souls II has been given a “T for Teen” rating (minor spoilers at that link) by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB.) That’s the videogame classification body in the US, the equivalent of Europe’s Pan European Game Information (PEGI) group.
Namco “exploring options” for Dark Souls when GfWL shuts down
Over at Joystiq they’ve managed to get a response out of the vast majority of developers and publishers whose PC releases will be affected by this summer’s coming Games for Windows Live shutdown.
Dark Souls 2 developed “on PC from the beginning,” says FromSoft producer
Over at Edge they have an interesting interview with Dark Souls 2 producer Takeshi Miyazoe, who talks a little bit about the rush to finish the PC port of the original and how this situation shouldn’t occur for the sequel.
Green Man Gaming closes Thanksgiving sale with impressive deals
In case you haven’t already spent your annual salary on Thanksgiving/Black Friday sales, Green Man Gaming are bringing back some of their best from the “4Play” deals of the past few days (which offered four games at large discounts, every four hours) for the next 24 hours.