Video: Demon's Souls PS3 Video Walkthrough - Part Two
Today Atlus' Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has posted the second part of their Demon's Souls PS3 video walkthrough series on the PlayStation Blog.
To quote: AtlusA.R.A.M. here with part two of our Demon's Souls video walkthrough series. While our first part served primarily as an introduction to the game for newcomers, focusing on basics, this second video dives headlong into the most significant, most discussed, most acclaimed feature in the upcoming PlayStation 3-exclusive action RPG: online functionality.
Where most games offer multiplayer as a separate mode, something detached from the main experience, Demon's Souls takes the single-player games from online PS3 owners across the country, treats them as individual worlds in an interconnected universe, and allows the worlds to bridge from time to time, leading to some exciting cooperative and competitive interaction between players, in addition to the awesome messaging and bloodstain features.
There's never really been a gaming experience quite like Demon's Souls, and we're excited to be able to show you, in detail, exactly why that's the case. Demon's Souls releases on October 6 in two flavors: standard ($59.99) and deluxe ($69.99).
The deluxe edition nets you a 160-page strategy guide (not sold separately!) and a beautiful embossed slipcase with foil accents. Pre-order EITHER version at a participating retailer (while supplies last) and you'll also receive a 40-page, full-color art book and the game's full soundtrack CD - all at no extra cost to you. Thanks for all your support!
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PS3 Demon's Souls Great to Import
Unlike most games that release initially in foreign nations and then come to the U.S., there is no need to wait for Demon's Souls to release. That's right, Import it!
All three release versions of Demon's Souls has English cutscenes. Beware, though. The Japanese version has all Japanese text, whereas the Chinese and Cantonese versions have all English. I think the Cantonese version even includes an English manual.