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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 734d ago | opinion piece

Dark Souls 2: Is ‘accessibility’ a word you should be wary of?

"A franchise that is known for its brutally difficult and trial and error gameplay mechanics, is also famous for this very own reason. That, unfortunately, also restricts the amount of people the game could be sold to." (Dark Souls 2, PS3, Xbox 360)

zerocrossing  +   734d ago
"Dark Souls 2: Is ‘accessibility’ a word you should be wary of?"

Well, experience dictates yes sadly... although nothings set in stone or for that matter even known about regarding Dark Souls 2, so I'll just maintain cautious optimism until sufficient info is available.

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