Cupsouls: The Cuphead Dark Souls Crossover We Didn’t Know We Needed Until Now (VIDEO)

Cupsouls

While both very challenging in nature, Dark Souls and Cuphead don’t seem as though they’d make a good crossover. Dark Souls takes place in a dark gothic world filled with the undead hungry for souls of the damned. Cuphead is like a classic cartoon where players attempt to save their own souls from damnation while collecting others who’ve made deals with the devil. In the end, they both have incredible bosses which are the main focus of the titles. A recent fan animation from 64 Bits combines the two frustrating titles to create Cupsouls, the greatest crossover you’ll probably never play!

Using Fireballs and Lightning Spears as their main weapons, the Cuphead-inspired Solaire and Oscar take on various bosses from the Dark Souls franchise such as Sif, the Great Grey Wolf, Ornstein and Smough, High Lord Wolnir, and many more. The upgraded variations of the duos main attacks are used as super abilities. Also included is a super of the Dragon Head Stone fire-breathing ability from Dark Souls 3.

Perhaps Cupsouls is a vision of what happens if Cuphead and Mugman fail to save their souls. Sadly, the parody is all that lives of a Cupsouls crossover. Maybe by some miracle it’ll be developed into a full game someday, though we highly doubt it. Let us know your thoughts on Cupsouls and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

Chris Calles982 Posts

Known as "Stash" or Yippee Calles. He's a student of everything, avid adrenaline junkie, and creator of random things. When he's not delving into a game, book, or movie - He's out teaching himself new things or taking part in some pretty epic adventures. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.

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