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  1. Got my copy, but will wait for the day 1 patch. Too busy with work anyway.
  2. UK: https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2019-06-17-uk-charts-sonys-days-of-play-sale-means-no-change-at-the-top
  3. So now that I've completed it, I'm diving deeper into the story and lore, which I think is just as good and interesting as the Soulsborne games. I agree with Vaati that this has some of their best character work.
  4. Vemsie

    Which Dark Souls?

    Less people have played it. That's why we need that remake.
  5. Vemsie

    Which Dark Souls?

    Which bosses? Some of the DLC bosses are ace, like Fume Knight, but the main game has nothing on bosses like Ornstein and Smough, Father Gascoigne, The Nameless King, The Two Princes, The Abyss Watchers and Sekiro bosses like I can only recall the really crappy ones, like the rats. But to each his own of course, I think Sekiro has the best bosses, followed by Bloodborne = DS3, DS, DS2. I guess I just prefer more agressive, faster-paced stuff. I hope Elden Ring caters to that playstyle as well. There are a couple of things in DS2 I really like though. The hub, the torch mechanic, the increased magic options and the harbour and Bastille with its two different entry points are ace levels.
  6. It's the fastest selling From game to date, yeah. Perhaps they need all the manpower on Elden Ring? I would love a sequel though, set in
  7. I don't think it's more difficult (unless you summoned or grinded your way through Souls), but it's certainly different. The best tip: forget Souls. Play agressively and get used to the posture system quickly, it's the best way to wreck enemies and (mini) bosses. There's a guy you can train with fairly early on and I advise doing so. In other news: according to people in the know on ResetEra there won't be DLC fot this. Shame if true, as I would have loved a Lady Tomoe fight.
  8. Vemsie

    Which Dark Souls?

    Sekiro is brilliant, but also quite different. If you fancy a great, challenging action game, you can't go wrong with it. Great traversal too, DS feels like wading through quicksand in comparison. Out of the rest, Bloodborne is by far the best. Better pacing than DS, none of its lows (Bed of Chaos anyone?), better combat, better art direction, better lore, cooler weapons and awesome enemies and bosses. Great DLC as well. I prefer DS3 to DS. Better combat, better bosses, the best location in the series (Cathedral of the Deep), none of DS's dips in quality and visually much more appealing. DS is still a masterpiece though. They all are. Except 2. EDIT: too late, I see.
  9. https://twitter.com/SamLakeRMD/status/1139292853102764032?s=19 Also: https://youtu.be/UHmCX35gRxs
  10. More on Martin's involvement: https://m.ign.com/articles/2019/06/13/elden-ring-george-r-r-martins-involvement-in-new-dark-souls-like-game-explained-a-e3-2019
  11. Spot on. Which makes a comment like " It must be exhausting to be woke enough to care about trivial crap like this" all the more disgusting. RLLMUK should be better than that.
  12. What's the point of a demo if it isn't an indication of the game? Also, he makes it quite clear in his article that he didn't get satisfactory responses to a couple of his questions.
  13. That's not how I read it at all. I read it as someone who did his job: commenting on what was shown, including his reservations, and not taking everything corporate man told him for granted. You know, what gaming journalism should be. It's not a critique of the final game, but one of this demo.
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