The lights are on
This year's excellent action-RPG Dark Souls felt sort of like an old-school NES game in terms of its brutal difficulty. Now thanks to a mystery package that showed up in the Game Informer office, it's even easier to imagine this team-up having existed.
This awesome fake NES cartridge comes via 72 Pins and was sent to GI's resident Dark Souls fanatics -- Andrew Reiner, Jim Reilly, and myself. In addition to the image on front pictured above, there's also a some hilarious warnings on the back. Check it out:
That is awesome on so many levels, including for collection purposes. They even affixed the Official Nintendo Seal of Quality.
Awesome-- thanks for sharing this.
So much fun!
Do you guys just open every mysterious package?
Anyway... I wonder how good it would be in 8-bit and if it would remain so popular in like competition.
I imagine it would be some rogue-like game.
@Asthma it's ninja gaiden 1 on Xbox hard
Good stuff. This game is hard and I'm looking forward to getting back to it after Rocksmith and Skyrim.
Like to get a couple eventually, but it really would be cool if they played a NES version of each game. Even if it was one level!