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Submitted by JimmyP 1073d ago | opinion piece

Darksiders II: 5 things you need to know

MyGaming's Jeremy Proome writes: "Darksiders II is undoubtedly one of the biggest games in Q3, and possibly of 2012. Vigil Games’ sequel to 2010’s Wrath of War is looking to be a monumental step-up from the impressive Darksiders debut, and with a host of new features, there’s five things to know before taking on the hordes of the Armageddon single-handedly." (Darksiders 2, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

XIIIWARRIOR41  +   1072d ago
I really hope there isnt a trophy for "Nightmare Mode." But knowing my luck, there will be, and I'll be playing it till the year 2025 trying to get that acheivement lol!
segamon  +   1072d ago
if NIghtmare mode is like Apocalypse difficulty in Darksiders then no need to worry at all, the difficulty was very reasonable.

however, having one life to finish such difficulty?! rediculous.
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Wintersun616  +   1072d ago
But how would they stop people from using the obvious "cheat" of taking back ups from their saves every now and then?
dachiefsman  +   1072d ago
rename title, "If you have read anything about Darksiders 2, this article will be a waste of time".

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