Submitted by -Mezzo- 942d ago | article

The Journey To Kill Everyone In Dark Souls. Yes, Everyone.

Kotaku - Months before I had played Dark Souls, I came across a list of things that players should finish up at the end of their first playthrough: fight optional bosses, farm humanity, collect and upgrade weapons, kindle bonfires. Trade for useful items, level up covenants. Then, quite simply: kill everyone. (Dark Souls, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Umbasa  +   941d ago
A good read, maybe a tad bit over dramatic but none the less a good read.
Kos-Mos  +   941d ago
A bad read, too over dramatic, a bad read.

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