You’re probably familiar with the classic “Cleveland Browns” theme, so we’re not talking about anything totally unheard of. But we did hear a song with the rhyme “Cleveland,” which rhymes with “Cleveland” at 2:13 in the video below.
As is standard, the second book in the Dark Souls trilogy is no longer available on PC or Mac. The publisher decided to stop selling the game in the UK, and they have put a notice on its official website saying that they’d still be keeping the game but not in stores.
A note on the Dark Souls 3 official website said, “We’re still working with Sony, but for now the game will no longer be available in the UK. This change is largely due to a change in our distribution partner, although due to other factors we will be moving the next game in the series overseas.”
The notice does not specify why the game will be going overseas, or the reason why Dark Souls 2 is being sold in stores at all. Still, it isn’t entirely surprising. In a recent interview with IGN, Games Workshop boss Mike Simpson revealed that Dark Souls 2 has been sold through the Microsoft Store and the Amazon Store, so it shouldn’t be any surprise that the game will also go on sale on Steam.
That’s not to say that Dark Souls 3 will never be in stores. For the moment, the game will only be available digitally through Origin, but the game will probably only be released in the US through Steam in September. That’s when Dark Souls 3 will launch for PS4.
A previous rumor from a few months ago suggested that the PC release of Dark Souls 3 would eventually happen, and with Sony opting to stop the game on consoles it’s likely that the PC version of Dark Souls 3 will be one of the final games for the franchise.
With just an hour to go before Game 4 of the NBA Finals and as the Golden State Warriors close out the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Stephen Jones are in the air headed to San Francisco to play the Warriors in their final home game of the season.
Klay Thompson will leave the Warriors to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, which will make a lot of fans upset, whether they are Warriors fans, Cavaliers fans or just someone who just wants this game out of the way.
In a time of controversy in sports,