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Dark Souls II - Black Armour Edition (Xbox 360)
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Armour Edition
Developed by From Software, DARK SOULS II is the highly anticipated sequel to the punishing 2011 breakout hit Dark Souls. The unique old-school action RPG experience captivated imaginations of gamers worldwide with incredible challenge and intense emotional reward. DARK SOULS II brings the franchise's renowned difficulty & gripping gameplay innovations to both single and multiplayer experiences.
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Dark souls 1 was brilliant and halfway through new game + at level 94 and that game just keeps on giving. Needless to say its highly likely this game will be the same.
If you have played Demon Souls or Dark souls its very similar to get in to although the major difference in this is the life gems and the estus flasks. It does seem to work well though.
a MUST buy for any gamer that loves to beaten bruised and just keep coming back for more, ruthless!
I also must note I unfortunately never played demons souls as never had a ps3. The reason why I ever played dark souls was due to hearing of demon souls so glad I did buy the 1st game. I also wanted to do a full review of this game only once I had played it a lot so I could compare to the 1st game. I am currently on new game+4 so have found most of the stuff in the game. Now on to the review.
Ok first thing one of the main things this game does better is you will face multiple enemies more often. You will also face ambushes as well. You do however soon get used to this. At one point there is a certain boss and no joke at one point I was facing 5-6 at same time. There is also many more bosses and also the game is much vaster than the 1st game. Even with all the skills I had learned from the 1st game I was dying a lot of times. Did take me some time to get used to some of the new features. This time also you're weapons degrade quite fast. You can however always restore them to 100% just by visiting a bonfire rather than getting someone to repair. Once they are broken then you can only get a merchant to repair. This I did not know so at first get braking my weapons. This however does make the game much more realistic.Read more ›
So when Dark Souls II came out, it was a must buy. We're only a little bit into the game but we haven't been disappointed. The game still has the difficulty level right. You die often but you never feel cheated by the game. You know that when you die, it's because you made a mistake & you hope that next time you won't make that same mistake. Some of the new additions to the game like the quick travel system are a welcome addition too.
My biggest issue about the game so far is that it's surprisingly easy to miss important things. A good example is that both myself & my wife had got past several bonfires (the save points in the game) and still found no way to level up. In the previous game, levelling up was done at any bonfire. After a quick web search, we found out there was a certain person on a certain path you had to talk to before their relocated & then you could level up via them. For such a core game mechanic, it seemed a bit strange to hide it away in this manner.
All in all, I'm enjoying the game thoroughly. The great things about the Dark Souls games is that they are certainly worth the money. We're bound to get a large number of hours out of this game. A few little annoyances don't make it quite as good as the first game but it's certainly a lot of fun.
The short summary is, it's as hard and as highly enjoyable as Dark Souls 1, so you've nothing to fear if you've pre-ordered. In fact it's very similar which is great, but there is a good number of minor changes which have refined and improved the Dark Souls gameplay, and that's what I'll mostly be addressing.
If you haven't played Dark Souls before, it's very similar to Zelda, you lock onto enemies, block with one trigger, strike with the other, can do evasive rolls and a jump attack. You go through a series of connected areas and into main dungeon like places with bosses and such, It's an old skool RPG at it's heart, but unlike Zelda much darker and harder.
If I be honest, some of the textures aren't wonderful, they've been compared to late PS2 era (though we all know visuals don't make or break a game necessarily, especially Dark Souls) However at the same time some visuals are better than DS1. The lighting is notably better, for instance using a torch in darkened areas, the sunlight in the distance reflecting off the sea and such.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived right on time for my nephew's 18th birthday, and it was just what he wanted and a special edition for his birthday, which would gave made his day.Published on 15 May 2014 by Miss A E Marston
I'm about half way through the game and I really enjoying it, it's not quite as good as Dark Souls 1 but it's still as addictive and just a brilliant game. Read morePublished on 9 May 2014 by Mr. Barry Murphy
I bought this as a birthday present for my son and he loves it. He was most impressed that it was a limited edition, albeit a limited edition of some 2,500.Published on 13 April 2014 by P. McCLEAN