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  • Blog Post: Bringing Difficulty Back From The Dead

    Decaying, hopeless, and alone is how you find yourself at the very start of Dark Souls. The introduction to this brutal game acts as a foreshadowing for the emotions that players will feel from the very start as From Software delivers one of the hardest retail games to date. From the outside the game... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Review: A World of Wonderful Hurt

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE What? Dark Souls is hard? No. It's the toughest game of this or last generation? Bah. Playing the game will make you want to snap your controller in half? Come on. The thing is, all those things are true. Dark Souls made me want to throw things and swear... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Review- A world of hurt awaits

    I’m making my way down a corridor, having prepared my spells, weaponry and gear for this specific area. I have two co-op partners I summoned for the occasion, one who is a mage, and a heavy hitter with a dragon’s head. I’m just about to go into the final boss area when a player who... More
  • Blog Post: Dying is Such Sweet Sorrow

    The tagline "Prepare to Die" describes From Software's Dark Souls aptly. This RPG set out to capture the difficulty of older games and does so in the best way possible. Every new enemy sets players' jaws wary and demands attention as they approach, wondering what kind of death awaits... More
  • Blog Post: Review: Dark Souls

    Normal 0 false false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE This is my first review. I don't know much about reviewing games but I did my best. Prepare to Die. Again and again. Dark Souls, From Software’s spiritual successor to Playstation 3 exclusive Demon’s Souls, is an intense third person... More
  • Blog Post: Punishment and Gaming Discipline

    It's been a long, long time since I could say that I've beaten, let alone played an RPG. My days of Zelda and Fire Emblem are long behind me, left in the shadow of an Xbox 360. I've been spoiled by the easiness of the shooters such as Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, Left 4 Dead, and other... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Dark Souls Review Kid Safe: Low (3.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High (9.0 / 10) Genre: Action/Adventure Role-Playing Game - As an Action/Adventure title, players will adventure and fight their way through the world while also finding alternate means of completing their tasks including battles, negotiation... More
  • Blog Post: fun but a little bad

    This game is very fun and has a very good design. The graphics are amazing and the world is just so nice in a old dark way. But anyway the customazaation is great and fun. But unfortunately the game prsentsa good amount of challenge. Also the gameplay is great the story is understandable even if you... More
  • Blog Post: Glutton for Punishment

    Score: 8.25 / 10 Dark Souls PS3 - Xbox 360 Developer : From Software Publisher : Namco Bandai Games Release Date : October 4th, 2011 Pros: Each checkpoint gives a feeling of accomplishment Gorgeous vistas and backdrops Variety of tactical approaches and classes to fit your play style Hours of content... More
  • Blog Post: Not a bit of let down..

    I have been looking forward to this game since it was announced. I have not been let down one bit. Demon's Souls is in my top 3 of PS3 releases to date, so this game was at the top of my list for upcoming games. I have not been let down, they stuck to the formula that worked and tweaked just enough... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls: Holds No Hands, Pulls No Punches

    From Software's unforgiving venture into the world of Demon's Souls was an unforgettable experience for all. For some, it was the ultimate test of patience and skill, yet for others it was merely an exercise in controller breaking rage. For me it was the former. Love it or hate it, it was something... More
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