Darksiders II will release in August, and we have some of the pre-order incentives right here! Players who purchase the game from the THQ shop will receive tons of DLC goodies with all pre-orders automatically upgraded to the Limited Edition of the game.
Darksiders II will be releasing in August for PC and consoles. In the just released cinematic trailer, entitled The Last Sermon, we will hear the story from Games of Thrones' James Cosmo on how War was tricked into starting the apocalypse. The story will shine a whole new light on the character of Death.
Darksiders II will release August of this year, and we have sample tracks from the game to help you embrace the darkness. You can listen to several tracks which include "The Makers Theme," "Into Eternity," "City of the Dead," and "Demon Realm" from composer Jesper Kyd.
Darksiders II follows the story of a new Horseman of the Apocalypse, Death, whose tale runs alongside War’s ventures in the original title. You may ask, “What makes Death different from War?” Read on for details!
Here's the thing about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ... You may not wanna be pissing them off. And that's exactly what the Reaper himself is finding out in the latest installment of the Darksiders franchise, Darksiders II. Ready for your first look?
Somewhere between Dante's Inferno and God of War III came THQ's Darksiders, a violent and mythic hack and slash that followed the exploits of War, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The game, while pretty damned excellent, ended up getting lost in the shadow of the higher profile competition. For Darksiders II THQ is out to make sure that doesn't happen again.
Considering the success of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, I’m surprised that Hollywood never got around to milking the adult fantasy genre for more content. Sure, that Conan reboot has been kicking around for years, but there are plenty of untapped properties out there that would translate to the big screen rather nicely. One of those assets, Darksiders - a newly released video game for both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 – is slated for a possible big screen adaptation soon. Read on to find out more!