Demon’s Souls out now on PlayStation Network

Famously tough RPG game comes to Sony’s online games store

FromSoftware’s Demon’s Souls is now available for purchase from the PlayStation Network store.

Demon's Souls is a challenging RPG that takes players on a journey though a fantasy universe inspired by medieval Europe, known in the game as the kingdom of Boletaria.

The goal of the game is to defeat challenging bosses or face other skilled players in PvP battles.

Demon’s Souls has a single player experience, though the majority of the enjoyment from the title will likely come from its online multiplayer.

The game is available for PlayStation 3 computer from the PlayStation Network for $29.95.

The latest trailer of the game can be found below:

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