Dark Souls - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Namco Xbox 360 games
Description:Model ID XBOXDARKSOULSLE /
Newest Review: ... the individual monsters are very detailed and scary they all have deadly combo's and can easily push you of a cliff or group ... more
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Customer Dark Souls - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) Reviews (6)
by - written on 24/01/12, updated on 24/01/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
"I can't take this" I feel your pain, friend. The text is scrawled on the floor, a digital message in a bottle left by a fellow Dark Souls player online somewhere out there. It's now the fifth time I've descended this darkened stairwell. Sword in one hand, shield in the other, I inch forward with the nervous gait of a dead man walking. Actually, if I fail this time, that metaphor will become a statement of fact (more on that later). If I can't emerge from this duel, I think I may have to give up for another night. Surely the sanctuary and welcoming glow of a bonfire must be around the next corner? I leave the stairwell and turn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
== DARK SOULS LIMITED EDITION == At first I wasn't 100% sure what Dark Souls was but my cousin told me everything I needed to know about the game which made me purchase the game. Dark Souls is an action adventure role playing game and is available for the Xbox 360 and PS3. The game is a spiritual successor to Demon's Souls which was labelled one of the hardest games ever. Dark Souls was publsihed and developed by From Software and Namco Bandai Games. Dark Souls is possibly the hardest game I have ever played and definitely the most challenging. With a dark fantasy universe available to explore, countless traps scattered around the world, grotesque monsters and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I find myself with some spare time of late so thought it was about time I popped back to say hello. Alas, being dormant for so long has led to my points evaporating but serves me right. Anyhow, I digress, I recently purchased the PS3 version of the above game and sometimes wish I hadn't. The reason why I wish I didn't is because this damnable game will eat heavily into your time and before you know it, hours will have disappeared and you wonder just what the hell happened to your day. I've played From titles way back on the Playstation which fell under the banner of Kingsfield. They were pretty uncompromising, a bit basic but very rewarding. Dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/12, updated on 07/04/12 (Very useful, 2 readings)
I am a big Xbox 360 gamer, and this game is certainly one of the hardest games I've played but it's not without it's charm! Be prepared to die a lot as you go through various stages in an undead world. Some enemies might prove too much, but as you level up, the hardest enemies become the pipsqueaks and so on. In this respect, the sense of accomplishment is massive. The first boss will have you sweating at its size, but later, he becomes a regular enemy. If you are patient and don't mind dying a lot (it's a necessity anyway), finally slicing and dicing that boss that gave you so much grief will leave you with the biggest grin and breathing a huge sigh of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 3 readings)
"Don't get yourself killed" says the blacksmith, easy for him to say, snuggled up to a furnace in his safe little corner, surrounded by freshly forged weapons. Dark Souls, a name that the majority of gamers have only heard about, the only inkling that its renowned for being a very tough game. But to be fair, this brief bit of talk doesn't do it justice. Underneath the difficulty lies a rich, classic fantasy land of giant castles, pitch black crypts, haunted churches and mysterious forrest's - all infested with hundreds of beastly enemies, mere target practice until the real boss's show up. Of course its gained its reputation for a reason though.. ... Read the complete review
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