Submitted by Beatboxtaun 540d ago | article

Dark Souls: An indifferent Universe

Henry Arrambide of 8bitfix.com writes: About three-quarters through Dark Souls, I was facing a moral crisis. As far as I understood, I was on the right and proper path. I did not know how the narrative was going to conclude, but I had been working towards trying to be as good as possible, to get what I assumed would be the best ending. Everything was fine until I found an optional character, “The Daughter of Chaos.” (Dark Souls, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Nevers  +   539d ago
Pretty eloquent article. I enjoyed re-living the subtle betrayal Dark Souls produces once one has realized the game.

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