It’s been two weeks for you guys to get lost in the news, but fear not: Jeff and J.D. are here to pitchfork through it. 44 more words
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Every old-school (and new school) Dungeons and Dragons player should know about mimics. I think it’s a rite of passage, really. Until you’ve been surprised by your hand sticking to that treasure chest as it tries to trap and eat you, or a random village attempting to eat you (and I don’t mean the villagers), can you really say you’ve lived through the Dungeons and Dragons experience? 1,540 more words
Why Make The Game Harder?
While the Souls games are known for their challenge and difficulty, some players like pushing themselves past that limit. Dark Souls III has been released for a while now, and players are discovering new ways of playing the game and giving themselves new challenges. 6 more words
Borrowed from a coworker, the first and only PS4 game I’ve played so far is Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin. With more than 50 deaths, I’ve only recently beat the first level. 1,288 more words
I realise coverage has been a little Doom heavy on the blog (being a regular everyday normal guy I only have time to focus my efforts on one game at a time) but I had to write about something that I noticed within the game from the first few levels onwards. 562 more words
Dark Souls III is a huge, important video game. It is another sequel to the greatest video game of the last generation. In an attempt to round off my thoughts in a structured way, I decided to dive into my history with the Souls series first, just so you can get an idea of what games I touched, and how I touched them. 7,587 more words