Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Meelow, Jan 11, 2018.
Hasn't Laura Kate been saying this since the Switch's announcement?
I don't need 2 or 3. Dark Souls 1 on the go is enough.
It strikes me as a little strange that they'd have two separate companies handle the Switch and PS4/XBO ports. Even if the Switch couldn't handle any of the improved lighting or rendering, it should be able to use much higher res textures than the original PS360 release, so hopefully the Switch team gets access to them.
All Souls series portable makes the Switch more interesting to me...
I will happily support the Trilogy coming to switch, a lot of people missed out and tbh, I see DS as what a 3D Castlevania should have been so it has a place with Nintendo
Although I wonder if it'll be the original DS2 or SotFS if they do all 3
Blight Town's performance is gonna be interesting to see on the Switch
Will the Switch eventually have an exclusive hack and slash game by FROM Software?
This is the right format to try out Dark Souls 2? Not the other console versions, which have been out for years, and run at 60fps, and are regularly on sale for $20 or less?
DS1 should run fine, and it should be 60fps too but DS3 will be fun to see on our favourite little tablet :P
I can already see the Dark Souls 3 framerate threads...
Smooth 10 fps.
I can't imagine Dark Souls 3 in portable mode. It already struggles on the Xbox One so I really hope they do a good job porting it
I can't believe people are still hanging this over From with almost no evidence the other lighting system was even functioning...
If they are bringing the first one, they will bring the whole series probably.
If Switch owners paid full price for Skyrim on Switch, I don’t wanna hear a single solitary fuckin’ peep about Dark Souls’ price.
I've only played Bloodborne so this could be the chance to give a thid game a shot
I finished Dark Souls 3, played about a third of DS1 and never played any DS2.
I'd happily play DS1 on my Switch, no problem, need to finish that sucker up anyway and hopefully they'll have fixed the frame rate in blight town....
Also I'm fine with all the ports for Switch, there's loads of games last Gen I'd like to play In a portable fashion so hope they keep the port train running.
As for the topic, $50-60 each is a hard buy. I enjoy all three of these games and if it's your first time around I recommend picking them up, but you can get them for much, much cheaper on PC. It should be telling to see what new things are added to the DS Remaster. I might be tempted if it had actual new areas and gameplay features.
Gotta get the best one on there of course
Spoiler: 3 obviously
DARK SOULS 2 BAYBEEEEEE
They managed it with DOOM.
I will be there. Portable Souls baby. Also Dark Souls 2 is great.
Probably gonna bite. I can't say no to portable Dark Souls.
I have doubts it can run at all without heavy cutbacks. Steady framerate is more important than anything
I'll probably get 1 for PC, possibly PS4.
I must resist the urge to return to griefing multiplayer.
God thats so exciting. Portable dark souls on my favourite console.
DS3 will need serious cutbacks, performance is shaky in current Gen.
Dark Souls Remastered will be for me... On PC
Portable Dark Souls would be fantastic. Might actually encourage me to use my Switch more as a handheld.
As much as I'd love playing Souls games with a Pro controller there's no way I'm triple dipping three times for worse versions. Cool for potential new fans, though. Best series going right now.
It's true that there was a playable PS3 demo that had better lighting than the final version, but it was still a far cry from that IGN demo, that again, was just bullshit.
Could they theoretically go back and remaster DS1 and DS2 using the Bloodborne engine?