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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 596d ago | review

Pikimal: Darksiders II Review – Death’s Door

Pikimal: Back in early 2010, Vigil Games released Darksiders; a smash hit that sold over 1.2 million copies in just the first week. It merged many unique gameplay features from Zelda, Devil May Cry and even God of War. Along with this near-plagiarism, Darksiders also introduced a rather interesting story and set the stage for its own world, building upon their own mythology based around the Book of Revelations, classic fantasy troupes as well a few of own original concepts. With it being over two and a half years since the original, Vigil had quite a task before them creating a sequel that outshines its predecessor. While Darksiders II has its ups and downs, I think it’s fair to call this sequel a success. (Darksiders 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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