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  • The Darkness 2 FOV patch complete, coming out soon

    2K Games has just announced that the patch to fix FOV issues of The Darkness 2 is complete and it will be released soon. The patch is currently in validating process at Valve.

    The Darkness 2The patch will be out in few weeks time, so stay tuned for more updates on this. 2K Games Community Manager. Elizabeth said, "I wanted to let you know the FOV patch is completed and getting ready to be launched. I don’t have an exact date or time yet, but when we hear final word, we’ll let you guys know"

  • First The Darkness II Review arrived, overall score 8.1

    The first review of The Darkness II has arrived. PSM3 and Xbox World has published their review for The Darkness II. Both Magazines gave an overall score of 8.1.

    The Darkness 2 screenshotThe magazines defines The Darkness II as "a stylish, violent shooter wrapped up in a touching plot and lovely graphic-novel visuals". and, "Not perfect, but deeply satisfying to blast through."

    Related to negative points of The Darkness II, magazines said the game features "predictable" and "old fashioned" boss fights.

    The lastest issue of PSM3 and Xbox World Magazines will arrive on newsstands on February 7.

  • The Darkness II demo available for download

    2K Games has just released a demo for The Darkness 2. The taste is now available for download on Xbox Live Marketplace only for Gold Subscriber.

  • The Darkness II PC System Requirements revealed

    We finally have the PC system requirement (both minimum and recommended) for The Darkness II, all thanks to publisher 2K Games, and developer Digital Extremes. The Darkness II is the sequel to 2007's The Darkness, and it schedule to launch on February 7 in NA and on February 10 in Europe for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

    The Darkness 2Check out PC System Requirement of Darkness II below.


    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 @ 2GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
    • Memory: 1.5GB RAM
    • Hard disk space: 10GB
    • Video card: 256MB Nvidia GeForce 8600 / ATI Radeon HD 2600


    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz quad-core processor
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard disk space: 10GB
    • Video card: 512+MB Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
  • The Darkness II gets "M" rating from ESRB

    ESRB has revealed its rating summary for The Darkness II. The first person shooter from 2K Games received M for Mature rating due to contents relating to blood, gore, drug reference, intense violence, strong language and strong sexual content.

    The Darkness 2We have the complete rating summary of The Darkness II from ESRB. You can check it out below.

    This is a first-person shooter in which players assume the role of Jackie Estacado, a mafia boss possessed by a supernatural force called the Darkness. Players use pistols, assault rifles, shotguns, swords, and axes to kill human enemies and demonic creatures; the frenetic battles are highlighted by realistic gunfire, explosions, screams of pain, and large splashes of blood that stain the surrounding environment. Players can also use snake-like Demon Arms (attached to Jackie's body) to impale enemies, collect human hearts, and perform “execution” moves. These executions depict several “over-the-top” instances of violence: tearing enemies' limbs/heads from bodies; slicing characters in half; removing characters' spines. In some sequences, players have the ability to attack and kill bystanders or unarmed adversaries. During the course of the game, players can enter a brothel and walk through its halls. A few instances of sexual activity can be observed in the brothel: a woman performing fellatio on a man (e.g., camera depicts the woman's head moving up and down); a man pushing up against a woman's posterior as she is bent over—sexual moaning and slapping sounds can be heard, though nudity and close-up depictions of these sex acts are never shown. The dialogue occasionally references drugs (e.g., “[H]e was too busy snortin' coke off a hooker's a*s.”) and includes the words “f**k,” “sh*t,” “c*nt,” and “a*shole.”

    The Darkness II is schedule to launch on February 7 for PS3 and Xbox 360. Earlier today 2K Games revealed the demo date for The Darkness II, you can check out complete details on it HERE.

  • The Darkness II: New trailer show four characters from "Vendettas" mode

    2K Games published today four new vignette trailer showing all four characters that will be playable in the co-op campaign mode titled as "Vendetas". These four characters are Shoshanna, J.P. DuMond, Jimmy Wilson and Inugami.

    We have all the four trailer below along with brief details about all these four character. Check them out below.

    Jimmy Wilson: A product of inner-city Glasgow, Scotland, and a notorious alcoholic, Jimmy believes The Brotherhood is simply another form of the Hated English that persecuted his family in the past, and he travels to New York to torment them to the fullest extent. He wields the Dark Axe, and has the ability to summon Darklings that he commonly refers to as "Little Jimmys".

    Inugami: Wielding the mythical Kusanagi samurai sword rumored to have killed ten thousand innocents, Inugami is a dark and mentally unstable character with revenge-driven motives against The Brotherhood and their allies for the slaughter of his entire family. He can also use a swarm of miniature demons to attack and immobilize his enemies.

    Shoshanna: Shoshanna is an ultra-efficient agent for Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Agency, who was sent to New York to combat a spike in Brotherhood activity. Her obedience and devotion to her superiors makes her a perfect operative, and she harbors a passion for hunting and destroying evil in the world as part of her legacy. Shoshanna wields the Arm of the Night, a powerful weapon fueled with Dark essence and the power to fire multiple rounds of gunfire at one time.

    J.P. DuMond: A former doctor from New Orleans, DuMond is burdened with guilt for using a form of Louisiana Voodoo to heal his patients. The use of dark magic drew the attention of The Brotherhood, an organization which J.P. is now forced to combat in order to halt their pursuit of evil relics. J.P. wields the Midnight Stick and can pull enemies into an anatomy-crushing vortex when he tosses his Box of Tricks - a black metal box filled with dark power - into an open area.

  • The Darkness II new trailer is "Bloody Gruesome"

    2K Games and Digital Extremes has released a brand new trailer of The Drakness II, and this is really BLOODY GRUESOME. The trailer depicts a man getting his spine torn out of his body that too via his crotch.

    The Darkness 2

    We advice you guys to approach this new trailer of The Darkness II with caution. The Darkness II is expected to launch in February 2012 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

  • The Darkness 2 development currently facing rights issues

    In end of July first notes appeared on The Darkness 2, to which there was more info at the NYCC. Now Developer Top Cow like to produce a sequel, but currently legal problems prevents this, as marketing director Freeman said.

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    Top Cow is the owner of rights comic book series based on the original game. Top Cow is focused on clearing up rights issues for development on The Darkness 2 to commence.

    Freeman said:

     "There are certain rights issues that we needed to clear up in order to move ahead with The Darkness 2. Those are getting cleared up. While there are no specific plans, it is definitely that is still on all of our minds. We loved the game. The fans loved the game. There’s no reason to not do another one. Just making sure that all of our ducks are in a row so that we can begin that process."

    Further details were not disclosed.

  • The Darkness 2 could have new developer

    According to the website Superannuation, Digital Extremes will study and develop Starbreeze The Darkness 2, Judging from that seen in the curriculum of one of its employees, Emmanuel Pappas.

    The sequel was announced last year at Comic Con , when the original study confirmed not to be behind the project.

    Digital Extremes , on the other hand, has focused on the important aspects of other games which includes the likes of BioShock 2 multiplayer , or some technical aspects of Unreal games .

    The Darkness is a title based on the eponymous comic released way back in 2007 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 that connects the powers of darkness with gameplay very similar to another title from the company, The Chronicles of Riddick.