Dark Souls is an open world action role-playing game developed by FromSoftware and directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows. Released in late 2011, the game leads players on a pilgrimage out of the Undead Asylum as a cursed, undead character.
Dark Souls has a minimalistic plot. Historical events in this world and their significance are often implicit and left to player interpretation rather than fully shown or explained. Most of the story is given to the player through dialogue from characters within the game, flavor text from items, and world design.
William Strife played the game as part of his Slice with Strife series. He completed a total of two episodes under the series, in order to showcase the game.
Strippin has produced the most episodes of the game, spamming over two series. During his first playthrough, he produced a total of 26 episodes, though never completed it. During his second playthrough, he was able to complete the game, though due to audio issues, he re-enacted his voiceovers for the video.
Hannah Rutherford completed a total of three episodes of the game. The first episode released was a montage video, highlighting her multitude of deaths. The following two episodes were a start of a playthrough of the series, though no further episodes were released.