Dark Souls 2 Tokyo Game Show invites you to rest your Aching Bones

Thursday, 19th September 2013 04:05 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Namco Bandai has sent along a fresh batch of screens and a new trailer for Dark Souls 2, which secured a release date today. Feed your feverish hype through the break.

Continuing a tradition established with trailers for the first Dark Souls, this new Tokyo Game Show promo is set to music; in this case, Nadine Shah’s Aching Bones. It’s got the word “suffering” in it, so that seems pretty fitting.

Good old Dark Souls 2 drops on March 11 in North America and March 14 in Europe, on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The PC version is undated but aiming for the same window.



  1. Quige

    Finally working my way through Dark Souls at the moment. Definitely interested in number 2. Surprised that there’s no next gen version, or could this be an announcement to come? Looks like I’m going to have to be keeping either the 360 or PS3 around for a while yet then. Will be checking out Nadine Shah’s album ‘Love Your Dum and Mad’ later on Spotify.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Quige

    A quick Google pulled up an EG article and this – “Tanimura didn’t rule out the possibility of PS4 and Xbox One versions of Dark Souls 2 appearing further down the line, and stated his desire to work with the next generation consoles. “Only existing consoles and PC are confirmed,” he said. “I think it has to be decided for next generation consoles like Xbox One and PS4. My personal opinion as creator is that I’m really interested in next generation and I’m willing to make games for PS4 and Xbox One.”" – I guess they are a relatively small team and 3 versions seem to be stretching them already.

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    #2 1 year ago
  3. noamlol2

    sucks that the beta is closed only for 5000 players

    90% of which they’re probably gonna pick japanise guys…

    #3 1 year ago

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