Praise the Sun! Prepare to die again in what appears to be a sequel to one the best role playing games I've ever had the privilege of playing. It was announced, straight out of the mouth of Jessica Alba, at the 2012 Video Game Awards with a trailer included. It starts at 2:26. If you don't already know. Dark Souls is the spiritual successor to the highly praised and critically acclaimed Demon's Souls developed by From Software. Both games have received so much attention because the level of difficulty is what makes the game fun, rage inducing, and at the same time rewarding once you've learned to master it. Dark Souls is the most recent installment and one that creator, Hidetaka Miyazaki, put a great deal of work into. Miyazaki is known to be somewhat eccentric and puts plenty of secrets and hidden gems in the game, some only accessible through multiple play-throughs. The most recent update on Kotaku states that Dark Souls II will introduce a new hero in a new world and will have a new director. It looks like Miyazaki is going to take on supervisor role for this one. Here are some of the questions I have. What's your take and opinion on Miyazaki's role? Is it really a sequel if the setting is in a new world? WIll the lore tie into what occurred in Lordran? Do you think they'll push it off until the next generation of consoles is released? So any fellow Souls' fans out there? Please feel free to chime in.