I got into the Code Vein Network Test! The character creation is broken up into two parts because the recording time on the PS4 is limited to 1 hour. (Yes I spend hours on character creation lol). A big thank you to Bandai Namco and the Code Vein Team for inviting me and hosting the network test. Here’s to hoping you all enjoy my creative process of my Revenant. The Test runs from May 30th to June 3rd.
And so the Ringed City comes to and end and a new world created in “Blood” was born.
Hype isn’t even the word. I’ll be doing a blind live-stream play-through of the expansion when it comes out next month.
This is a re-release just to clarify. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin and will be out on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 and will be available April 7th in North America this Spring.
I received my Dark Souls II today, and can’t wait to get started on it. This adds one more game to the list of games that I’m currently playing. Almost done with other games as well though too.
Are you prepared to die again? I can’t wait to dual wield.
I so can’t wait for Dark Souls II =^_^=
Great Grey Wolf (Remix) ~ Dark Souls ~ (Prod. By AzureNova)
The spiritual successor to Demon Souls, Dark Souls returns with all the harsh elements and dark atmosphere of the first one. For anyone who has played the first one, the controls are exactly the same so it won’t take you long to get the hang of the game a second time.
The graphics have gotten an upgrade and the environments are beautiful. Your eyes will be in such awe at the medieval wonderland, that you just might not notice that skeleton plunging his sword in your spine. Yes the skeletons have returned with new armor, weapons, and are a little less retarded this time around. Enemies in Dark Souls tend to band together to rob you of your dignity. Skeleton guards lob fire bombs at you as if they were as plentiful as air, and when you encounter them, poison rats attack you like there’s no tomorrow. As you traverse through levels you will learn that they take time and caution because danger is around every corner. Enemies aren’t the only things to watch out for. Narrow corridors, traps, falls, and pits all hinder you form obtaining you goal.
After you finally do make it through a level, you know what time it is. It’s boss time! Bosses are always supposed to be the hardest in the game, and that certainly is the case with Dark Souls. I don’t mean to spoil anything, but the third boss, The Capra Demon, needs to be mentioned. Basically the first 10 seconds of this battle will decide the outcome. As soon as the battle starts, your skills as a Dark Souls player are put on the line in an instant. Don’t worry, not all the boss battles are like this one. No, not at all. Some of the bosses just knock you off ledges constantly or squish you and kill you instantly, and that’s when I make this face:
Granted there are some bosses that are complete jokes as well. These battles are somewhat refreshing, but a little to easy. What I mean by this is if you die while fighting the Moonlight Butterfly, then you need to put the controller down and play a different game lol.
Dark Souls is a game which everyone should at least try. There are too many things to obtain and do in Dark Souls in the first play through so it has a high replay value as well. No matter how good you are at playing video games, you WILL die in Dark Souls. Even with it’s many hindrances I have never had so much fun dying and trying over and over again.
Dark Souls is right around the corner, and here is the latest trailer.
On October 4th, I invite you all to die with me.