Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin for Xbox One
Xbox One

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Apr 7, 2015
8.96
playscore
Good
39th of 6097

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About this game

Developer: FromSoftware
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The undead curse continues to spread across the kingdom of Drangleic with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, a compilation of the critically acclaimed Dark Souls II along with its three DLC chapters (Crown Of The Sunken King, Crown Of The Old Iron King, and Crown Of The Ivory King) along with an array of all-new content.

Face the challenge once again in this sequel to the hardcore action RPG. Dark Souls II features a new hero, a new storyline, and an unfamiliar world for players to survive in while delivering its signature brand of unrelenting punishment that players hunger for. Epic battles with gruesome enemies and blood-thirsty bosses await adventurers as they traverse through a devastated world filled with death and despair; only those who are strong willed or cunning can survive this journey to achieve great glory.

Gamer Reviews

13126 Reviews
9.17
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Apr 21, 2022

lmao trash

Konrad Kowalski

Konrad Kowalski

Nov 20, 2021
7.80
dragoonWho

dragoonWho

Apr 1, 2021
10.00
Dida73

Dida73

Mar 2, 2020
1.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

13 Reviews
8.74
Bob MackeyApr 10, 2015
From Software once raised the bar for game design; now, they've done the same for HD remakes. Rest assured, this isn't just a lazy repackaging of old content. Even if you know the Kingdom of Drangleic like the back of your hand, you're in for many new surprises. And if you've never played Dark Souls II before, your patience has paid off: This is simply the best version of it you'll ever play.
Justin ClarkApr 08, 2015
Its greatest spectacles are the ones that will kill you the fastest. It will taunt. It will demoralize. And yet, it has never done a better job than now of beckoning you on than in Scholar of the First Sin. ...That's a feeling that few games offer and few even should. And yet, the exultation of hard-earned victory here, of saying “What's next” with all the fear, fascination, and excitement of any good, bloody fight, has more joys than most, and even though the game is won, I find myself itching to go back.
William SchwartzApr 06, 2015
Not quite content with improving the graphics and lumping in the downloadable content and calling it a day, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin feels like From Software’s definitive vision for the game. The only thing that feels bad about this re-release is that it’s only been a year since the game first hit store shelves. Why we can’t get this type of experience on the first go is a little disheartening.

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