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O rabo do dragão

Jogar Dark Souls, pros pouco habilidosos como eu, é como tentar derrubar uma parede de concreto jogando tênis contra ela: no início parece impossível, mas uma hora ela vai ceder – e quando esse momento chega, tem o sabor da primeira fungada que um fugitivo dá no ar livre depois de meses escavando um túnel com uma colher. 2,859 more words


Nioh Review

Platforms: PlayStation 4
Developers: Team Ninja
Produced by: Sony Interactive Entertainment; Koei Tecmo
Released: 7th February 2017 in NA, 8th February 2017 in PAL, 9th February 2017 in Japan… 2,907 more words

How Awesome Is Nioh?

Dark Souls and Bloodborne have officially rocked the foundation of the traditional way we gamers think of a good game. It’s not that often we are challenged with a game that induces so much stress but can also make us throw our fists into the ceiling upon victory. 595 more words

Revisiting Bloodborne and Tackling The Old Hunters

February 21, 2017

Casey Moore, Host

Earlier this February, with Nioh on the cusp of release, it occurred to me that I hadn’t yet played the DLC for From Software’s Bloodborne, The Old Hunters.  1,904 more words


Embracing The Darkness Episode 3

Welcome to Embracing the Darkness, a let’s play series in which we’ve challenged a guy who’s never touched a Souls game before to complete Dark Souls III. 65 more words


Nioh Review

Nioh is a new game from Team Ninja, the creators of the Ninja Gaiden series. At first glance, it is easy to see that the roots of the game are in the Dark Souls genre. 1,558 more words


The Importance of Difficulty

One of the main complaints gamers have regarding mainstream games these days is that most of them are too easy. A big reason for this is that as games become more popular, there is an increasing demand on producers to make the products that are more accessible to consumers. 693 more words