Nowadays Gamers are making use of Online Petition as a tool to get what they deserve from developers and publishers. The latest online petition to join the list is related to Dark Souls (no its not the one that demanded PC port of the game), this time around it is related to consoles version of Dark Souls.
A user “The NudgeMan” from Ireland has started an online petition arguing Namco Bandai and From Software to release additional Dark Soul PC content as a DLC for PS3 and Xbox 360 version of the game.
Here is what “The NudgeMan” said in the petition.
“I’m sure that anybody who has played Dark Souls will agree that the newly released screenshots are mouthwatering to say the least. Look for yourself:
Now, these screenshots are supposedly from the newly confirmed PC version, which came about thanks in no small part to a monstrous petition on this very site, which i’m sure many of you reading this will have signed, myself included. But what about us console gamers? We would feel very hard done by if PS3/Xbox users were to not receive any new content, or indeed any minor changes that were included in the PC version. (Don’t mention the pendant!)
I would gladly pay for any said DLC. It would be unreasonable to expect it for free (nice as it would be). It’s clear that this is not With-Held Content, especially considering From Software initially said there would be no DLC for this game. If it is released as paid-for DLC, then it gives everybody a chance to buy it, thus supporting the developer even further and further increasing any chances of a sequel!
It’s a win-win situation. Come on people!
Please sign this petition for more console-based Dark Souls goodness.”
At the time of writing, 245 people have signed the petition. The target is to get a total of 5000 signatures. If you agree with the argument given by “The NudgeMan” in the petition and want to see additional Dark Souls PC content as DLC for PS3 and Xbox 360 then SIGN THIS PETITION NOW.
You can watch additional Dark Souls PC content in the traile below. This is what consoles gamers want as DLC.