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A CLASSIC RETURNS
A remastered classic deserves a remastered guide--this very special update to the official Dark Souls game guide brings everything there is to know about the world of Lordran together in one place. We''ve expanded every part of our original Dark Souls guide to take advantage of many thousands of hours of play since the game''s original release. Expect far more than a reprint! All of the original data and strategies have been expertly updated, and entirely new sections have been added. Whether you''re new to this classic game or about to get sucked back in again, you''ll die a lot less with this book by your side.

Expanded features include:

Expanded Walkthrough
A full, beautiful walkthrough of Lordran, including the Artorias of the Abyss expansion areas. The illustrated maps will guarantee that you miss nothing and beautiful 4K screenshots makes this a reference worth holding on to.

New PvP Coverage
Dark Souls Remastered expands PvP so it becomes an even richer experience, so we''ve added a full chapter to help you dive in to online play and fully understand its arcane intricacies. From the basics to expert-level tactics, this chapter provides the crash course you need to compete against online veterans.

New Boss Strategies
Defeating bosses in Dark Souls is an art all by itself, and one that''s been much practiced over the years. All of the original strategies have been expertly updated and we''ve included new, alternate strategies to show what''s possible against these lethal foes.

New Lore Chapter
The lore of Dark Souls has kept its online community gripped for years--from the discovery of the Lord Souls at the dawn of the Age of Fire to the endless nights now seen by man. Presented with in-game sources and quotes, this chronicle is perfect for those diving into the mythology of Dark Souls for the first time or for those who require an organized reference for constructing their own theories.

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Tsanche
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Prepare to Die Less. A Perfect Guide for Veterans and Newcomers Alike
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2018
The guide for the original Dark Souls game has become something of a collector''s item now. Going for absurd prices on Amazon it seemed almost like a no brainer that Future Press would create a guide for Dark Souls: Remastered. And depending on why you buy the guide changes... See more
The guide for the original Dark Souls game has become something of a collector''s item now. Going for absurd prices on Amazon it seemed almost like a no brainer that Future Press would create a guide for Dark Souls: Remastered. And depending on why you buy the guide changes what you get out of it. The original guide eventually became outdated. Not in terms of its strategies but rather in terms of the data. The amount of souls you got from enemies changed, weapons were rebalanced etc., but this didn''t seem to be why so many people were invested in a guide to Dark Sous in the first place, and it certainly won''t be the reason you''re invested in it now.

If so much of Dark Souls Remastered is the same, is it really worthwhile to get this guide if you still have the original? Absolutely. This guide has updated strategies, covers the previously uncovered DLC and expands on a few sections. But most important it has a lore section. This guide is for Dark Souls fans, but if you''ve already honed your skills it won''t offer you anything new... but it''s still a remarkable book in and of itself for collector''s and Dark Souls fans. Future Press seems quite aware of the Souls fanbase and makes a guide that caters more to them. Even in the foreward it expects that most people who buy this guide are returning players. This doesn''t mean it isn''t useful to newcomers. In fact,the guide is so in-depth that it can dramatically help those new to Dark Souls adjust.

All told, the guide has 80 pages worth of new content, so there is a substantial amount of content added, and not all of it is simply the coverage of the DLC and lore. There are other areas in which the guide is expanded as well. I have a few nitpicks with the guide, but we''ll cover that later. First let''s go over what''s in the guide and how much (if much at all) has changed.

The guide begins with walking you through the basics of the game. This section, though largely the same as the original guide, does have a few new tidbits to offer in terms of class descriptions and even explaining what some fans preferred to do. If you''re a returning fan there''s no need in anyway to spend your time here. Dark Souls hasn''t really changed much in this remaster and all the basics are still the same. It has slightly more to say about going online and slightly more to offer in terms of what you should consider for classes. It also has a lot more to offer in helping you see the growth of your stats. If anything this section feels far more complete than it did in the previous Dark Souls guide. It makes sure that your footing is easier to find. It''s better organized but you might not notice at just a glance of the guide itself. In fact for some of it I didn''t realize how much was added in some spots until I flipped through page by page.

The guide then gets into the enemies section. This is often the bread and butter of a Dark Souls guide. As the main crux of the game is learning how your enemies attack and learning how to go about those attacks. It''s something Prima''s Dark Souls III guide severely lacked. To give you an idea of the importance, this portion of the guide is almost longer than the walkthrough. It''s separated by area and has screenshots that show off attacks and also details the attacks of the stronger enemies. New to this guide, however, is that some enemies it has diagrams for when they''ve got different attack combos such as Black Knights. It helps improve what was already a good section of the guide to begin with. Here it''s better. There are also new boss strategies here that were clearly inspired by fans on forums. The original guide, for example, doesn''t mention that you can just about Parry the final boss to death but this one does and even gives you some help on how to do it. The text is largely the same, but there are quite a few notable changes from the original Dark Souls guide. The boss strategies here are actually better and more expanded. The screenshots are also (in most cases) totally brand new. But they are now captioned with the attack being shown so that you know what it looks like. This is a small but effective change to the guide.

The walkthrough is where you see the smallest changes. It''s largely the same walkthrough as before. Much of the same tips, maps and item callouts. The walkthrough was always good, utilzing a waypoint system that was effective for those hoping to explore. By this I mean if you look at the maps you''ll see a "1" on the map and then have to find "1" in the text and read what to do at that point. It''s effective and makes for a guide that you can use as much or as little as you need to. The maps also show where enemies are located and the stronger ones use black bubbles to let you know they''re a big threat. The only downside to the walkthrough in this regard is that new players will constantly be flipping between the walkthrough and the enemies chapter. The other downside is a more nitpicky one. That being that over the years Future Press has gotten exceptionally better at their walkthroughs... but the didn''t really revise the walkthrough to be as user friendly as other walkthroughs in future guides. If you''ve seen Future Press''s Dark Souls II or Bloodborne guides then you know how much better they got at Soulsbourne guides since the original Dark Souls. In particular, the diagrams in the Bloodbourne guide as well as showing you optimum routes through various locations was incredibly useful. None of those updates make it into the guide. It''s not a big deal because the walkthrough is still great, but perhaps it''s safe to say that some of us were spoiled by the improvements Future Press made. Another small nitpick about this? Item callouts on the map are kind of small and less obvious than what they''ve done in other guides. The maps are great, but the text for pointing out items is kind of small and sometimes difficult to read. There is also coverage of Artorias of the Abyss, which is very nice as well. It''s about as good as the rest of the walkthrough.

The guide also continues to do a great job covering NPCs. Particularly the covenants, what it takes to level up in them and also helping you get through every NPCs own individual storyline as well as all the different branches they can take. This, like the enemies chapter, is one of the parts of the guide that is most useful, especially if you''re one who wants to get the best out of individual stories and lore. The guide also includes expanded coverage of the online components. The original guide had a small snippet in the game basics section, but here the online component has its own section dedicated unto itself. This is something that''s more useful to newcomers than it is for those already acquainted with the series.

Finally, the newest and most unique section of the guide... the lore. If your interest in Dark Souls was the lore and storytelling this section is quite rewarding. The guide tries to tell you as much as it can about the story. And in doing so it makes sure to cite specific lines of dialog (with a screenshot) showing item descriptions (in screenshot form) and quoting. There are times when reading the lore section can feel like reading an academic paper, but it''s still fascinating. If you managed to get your hands on the Bloodborne The Old Hunters guide it''s basically done in the same format as that. It''s a fun section to read, and I do like it a lot. Mostly for how well organized it is. It''s organized to coincide with the route it leads you through the game and that makes it useful to use.

I''m actually making light of some of this, however. If you wanted to go through and compare the guide page by page you''ll actually come to realize that quite a bit of the guide is completely rewritten and reworked. Many sections in the enemies chapter and walkthrough chapter, for instance, are reworked and expanded (the enemies chapter in particular is a far better chapter here than it ever was in the original guide). A lot of the guide is written to be clearer and more articulate than previously as well. Likewise, where as a LOT of guides for remastered games have a tendency to simply upscale old screenshots, all the screenshots here that are within gameplay are completely different screenshots. Future Press didn''t just copy and past the old guide, they actually rewrote a substantial amount of it. For instance, the original guide doesn''t have much to say about taking the pendant for a gift, but this one is revised to tell you that taking it is a pretty bad idea. This guide also explains why you might want to consider the deprived class better. You are not just getting the same guide here. You really are getting an updated and revised guide. Despite that much of the text may communicate the same ideas, it''s actually done better here. This means that even if you have the original guide... this one is better if there are just things you don''t remember or want to get a better leg up on. It is no exaggeration to say that the Dark Souls remastered guide makes the original one obsolete. This is not something that can be said about most guides for remastered games. A lot of them tend to take text and copy and paste them and then uprez screenshots, but this isn''t the case with this particular guide. Other guides for remasters tend to add a few things, but leave a lot largely the same (see Prima''s Final Fantasy XII guide which, while much better than the original guide on the PS2, still lifts whole paragraphs and screenshots). So this is actually an above and beyond effort. The guide feels new and fresh, even for those hoping to refamiliarize themselves with the game.

Like all Future Press guides, Dark Souls Remastered also includes an index. And like so many giant guides for games, I wish they''d have thought to include a ribbon bookmark, maybe even two of them. Dark Souls is a huge game and it has a huge guide. And you''ll be flipping through it constantly. One moment you will be reading about how to defeat new enemies in the area you''re in, the next you''re looking at how to advance an NPC quest. The guide is extremely well organized and laid out, but it''s still big enough that you''ll be spending a lot of time page flipping. And as strategy guides get bigger and more and more of them are being released in hardcover... it would be useful if there was a ribbon bookmark included for those moments. I like the index, but the point is that Future Press has created more than just a guide for Dark Souls... they''ve created an encyclopedia. Again, this is probably a nitpick. It''s not like when other Future Press guides don''t have a ribbon bookmark (Ni No Kuni II) but I still find myself wishing Future Press would include a ribbion bookmark more given how often and how quickly you may switch between sections of the guide.

Overall, however, I enjoyed this guide. It''s more up to date, includes information that previously wasn''t there and expands upon what the original guide had. This makes for not only a good guide, but one that''s worth picking up for the collector''s value alone if you''re into that sort of thing. This is a great guide that can dramatically improve the game of newcomers... and remind those returning to Lordran why they loved it in the first place.
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Marvel Knight
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing guide ahead
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2018
So this is the first ever Future Press-made strategy guide I bought. From what I''ve heard about them, the company has garnered quite the reputation of producing high quality game guides. After looking through its contents and seeing what is covered, I can see why many... See more
So this is the first ever Future Press-made strategy guide I bought. From what I''ve heard about them, the company has garnered quite the reputation of producing high quality game guides. After looking through its contents and seeing what is covered, I can see why many people were disappointed they weren''t chosen to do the Dark Souls 3 guide. This superb product is everything you could hope for in a book of this type.

Future Press spared no details in this book. For example, want to know how many souls is required to reach a certain level? You''re covered. Want to know the stats of every single weapon? You''ll get that as well as the stats of the potential reinforcements available to those weapons. Need a few tips regarding the pvp aspect of the game? Its all there. There is a section for all the enemies, bosses, NPCs, items and more. The amount of data they compiled into this book is staggering and they even included maps (I''m sure Blighttown was a joy to map out) if that''s your type of thing.

As I said earlier, Future Press is known for making strategy guides of great quality, but that doesn''t just stem from the contents. This thing does not feel cheaply made in the slightest. The paper quality is good and glossy. I''m very happy about the sewn binding (something I look for in all hardcovers) and gutter loss is non-existant for the most part. The cover featuring Artorias looks particularly awesome. Truly a work of art.

Back in 2011 when the original Dark Souls came out, Future Press also did the strategy guide for that game which was very well-received as well. This then begs the question: is the Remastered guide worth getting even if someone already owned the one for the older version of the game? I honestly can''t give a good answer since I never bought it (I got into the series a little late and it was hard to find a copy of the guide in great condition and at a reasonable price). But I would lean towards yes, especially if you''re an avid collector of Dark Souls related items.

Whether you''re a returning veteran or a new player having a good time with the remaster but needing a little guidance, there are plenty of things both types of players can admire about this item, both as an excellent strategy guide and as a beautifully made tome of Dark Souls knowledge.
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October
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad quality binding but great guide
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018
The guide itself is amazing and fits right at home with the others in our collection from FuturePress. (Not you, Dark Souls 3. That guide sucked.) Unfortunately, I am not sure if it is Amazon''s shipment they received at their warehouse or what, but I purchased two of these... See more
The guide itself is amazing and fits right at home with the others in our collection from FuturePress. (Not you, Dark Souls 3. That guide sucked.) Unfortunately, I am not sure if it is Amazon''s shipment they received at their warehouse or what, but I purchased two of these guides, my original pre-order AND a replacement and BOTH had glue seepage into the pages. I am honestly unsure if this is FuturePress'' printing/binding or Amazon but I am pretty disappointed and do not want to wait around for another replacement. For those of us that are collector''s, this is really questionable quality. My first guide that I sent back, the spine was damaged and I just hope this new one will not eventually become damaged as well and have the pages rip/fall out.

Edit: As of October 2017, FuturePress is issuing out neww copies to those with damaged books, free of charge, if you contact them through their website. (Posted on their Twitter.) They even let you keep the damaged copy. We have received a better quality version!
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Adam
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A+
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
The dark souls series is unbelievable. I’m a know it all when it comes to dark souls 3. The recent remaster of the original game brought me to the first dark souls, which is just as insanely diverse as the third game (maybe even more). I’ve been discovering stuff on my own... See more
The dark souls series is unbelievable. I’m a know it all when it comes to dark souls 3. The recent remaster of the original game brought me to the first dark souls, which is just as insanely diverse as the third game (maybe even more). I’ve been discovering stuff on my own while playing through it, but you simply can’t get everything. I have almost 400 hours in dark souls 3 and there is always something new I’ve never seen. That is why I bought this guide for the first game, and holy shit... it is one of the most perfectly documented guides ever. Buy it now.
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Nick
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This is the best way to git gud!
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
Having played thousands of hours of Dark Souls, I thought I knew everything. This guide even had new information for me. If you are a new player and need some help, or an old player that thinks they know everything (for instance, I didn''t know the Antiquated Dress provides... See more
Having played thousands of hours of Dark Souls, I thought I knew everything. This guide even had new information for me. If you are a new player and need some help, or an old player that thinks they know everything (for instance, I didn''t know the Antiquated Dress provides a +%10 magic attack damage!), you can use this guide. Even if you know it all, then this guide is still awesome from the standpoint of a collector. The guide includes multiplayer connectivity level ranges and item level ranges, it lists every piece of gear and item description, likelihood/rarity of a specific item to drop, and it even includes things like the damage of a weapon if you use the various upgrade paths for each weapon. There is so much great information in this guide that I can''t mention it all, so just buy it already. Thanks, Future Press!
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AR in the Ozarks
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beautiful Guide
Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2018
This is a very nice guide. Pages are made of thick glossy paper and look wonderful. Lots of info throughout and the details are extremely thorough. My only major complaint is that although you can technically find everything you want to know about the game,... See more
This is a very nice guide. Pages are made of thick glossy paper and look wonderful. Lots of info throughout and the details are extremely thorough.

My only major complaint is that although you can technically find everything you want to know about the game, certain details you might be looking for are often hidden, spread across multiple chapters, or not necessarily pointed out in bold text or a heading.

EDIT: I have used the book quite a bit more since reviewing and would like to note that although it seems pretty daunting at first, once you get used to searching for information, it’s pretty streamlined. I am changing my review to 5.
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Deron Baker
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Not necessary, if you can''t afford to splurge
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2018
A fantastic guide, no doubt. Nice 2d maps and very thorough. For fans of the series who want to splurge, it''s worth it. All the stats you can shake a stick at. However, the game is a remake and 99% of the info from the original release still applies to this.... See more
A fantastic guide, no doubt. Nice 2d maps and very thorough. For fans of the series who want to splurge, it''s worth it. All the stats you can shake a stick at.

However, the game is a remake and 99% of the info from the original release still applies to this. There is a vast, vast array of free videos and websites that can provide info for new players that need help. I find that I use the wiki and YouTube a lot to quickly find answers, since this is my first play through of any Dark Souls game. It''s faster to Google "Drake Sword" than to try to find it in this book. What I am saying is that although this book is detailed and accurate, you can find info just as reliable and quickly for free on your phone. And YouTube walkthrough or tips can be better than 2d paper maps since this game map is very vertical.
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R. Mather
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Premium book, improved dimensions.
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2019
Not giving this book 5 stars lightly. As a dedicated nerd, I’ve collected many guides throughout the years. This is a 5-star book, hands down. The first thing you’ll notice once it’s in your hands and you’re able to leaf through it, is the quality of the binding/physical... See more
Not giving this book 5 stars lightly. As a dedicated nerd, I’ve collected many guides throughout the years. This is a 5-star book, hands down. The first thing you’ll notice once it’s in your hands and you’re able to leaf through it, is the quality of the binding/physical layout/dimensions of the book. The pages are same length as usual but they are wider. Together with the binding, the wider pages allow a much more comfortable experience. You can open the book up to almost any page and set it down, the book sits flat and the pages don’t fall.

Otherwise the materials inside are substantially upgraded from the content of the original guide. Future Press has included tons of updated info, gone deeper, and includes a lore chapter as well as a true multi-page trophy/achievement guide. Most books are content to give you a list of trophies and be done with it. (I always thought trophy walkthroughs would be part of the natural evolution of the “strategy guide;” it confuses me that it never really caught on. So it’s really nice to have it here). Brilliant book. Get the Sekiro one too, and the Dark Souls Compendium.
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K Kilmore
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My bookshelf remastered
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 31, 2018
Its a gorgeous book period. The detail is immense and the artwork fantastic. If you love Dark Souls you will find something new in here, be that lore (shout out to THE man ENB) or item location / stats data. The boss strats are well written and insightful, the world maps...See more
Its a gorgeous book period. The detail is immense and the artwork fantastic. If you love Dark Souls you will find something new in here, be that lore (shout out to THE man ENB) or item location / stats data. The boss strats are well written and insightful, the world maps clear and pretty simple to follow, great to reference if you are looking for certain items and just cant seem to find them! Its a wonderful collectors item for an amazing game. Much more than a regular game guide / walk through you will get online.
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CHIDOYAN Christophe
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The light side of Dark souls
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 17, 2019
Beautiful book, well written with nice arts. It is perfectly organized, with input about the gameplay, about monsters and detailed maps with enough info to move your way, not following blindly a walk through. This is not a standard guide, it is a real addition to the game....See more
Beautiful book, well written with nice arts. It is perfectly organized, with input about the gameplay, about monsters and detailed maps with enough info to move your way, not following blindly a walk through. This is not a standard guide, it is a real addition to the game. Again, you have in your hand a well made book, not a guide.
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Princey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another excellent guide from Future Press
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2018
Fantastic guide! It contains detailed maps and comprehensive items/weapons/armour locations and descriptions. A few of the top Souls player (Lobos, Peeve etc.) have helped contribute to the strategies to overcome difficult enemies and areas. There are also a great number of...See more
Fantastic guide! It contains detailed maps and comprehensive items/weapons/armour locations and descriptions. A few of the top Souls player (Lobos, Peeve etc.) have helped contribute to the strategies to overcome difficult enemies and areas. There are also a great number of beautiful illustrations and artworks dotted throughout each section. All this is topped off by a very well put together lore guide, linked to every item description that supports the various theories. Future Press continue to lead in strategy guides - highly recommended.
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Ben Readman
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Replacement guide''s quality is much better
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 17, 2020
I''ve changed my review to 4 star from 2 because I have received a replacement guide which has much better print quality than the 1st one I had ordered, still unsure how the first one got past Quality Control but the replacement is perfect, pages are of high quality and the...See more
I''ve changed my review to 4 star from 2 because I have received a replacement guide which has much better print quality than the 1st one I had ordered, still unsure how the first one got past Quality Control but the replacement is perfect, pages are of high quality and the hardcover is a nice edition. This isn''t a step by step walkthrough but is more of a guide of the locations, enemies, bosses and equipment, it even has a section of the Lore of Dark Souls which is pretty cool to have too. I would recommend this guide but I''d also recommend checking every single page when you receive it just in case any pages have been printed badly.
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Oliver Griffiths
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This game punishes me. Fortunately I love it ! The guide is not bad either 🎃
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 26, 2019
I like the fact that there is a cohesive guide for this game, cos when I started playing I was rubbish! I find some of the links between areas a little vague sometimes and find myself reading back over the chapter to figure where I should go next should I choose to follow...See more
I like the fact that there is a cohesive guide for this game, cos when I started playing I was rubbish! I find some of the links between areas a little vague sometimes and find myself reading back over the chapter to figure where I should go next should I choose to follow the chapter guide exactly . The tips for item location and uses is clear and concise and thank God for future press cos after 5 weeks am only in anor Londo! I blame the wife for moaning when I play Dark Souls 😀🕹
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