Submitted by Blues Cowboy 886d ago | review

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review - Fear The Reaper | Dealspwn

Dealspwn.com writes: "Death is your faithful companion beneath Bitterblack Isle.

It's soaked into the very walls of the gothic demesne that ensnares your party, permeating the bones and bodies that litter the bleak labyrinth sprawling ahead of you. It glints in the eye of werewolves the size of people carriers who rip your pawns to tatty shreds, or cannibalistic necrophagous beasts gorging themselves on charnel. Death stalks you constantly, literally calling to you from the shadows, lashing out of every booby-trapped chest and dripping from the teeth of countless over-levelled horrors. At your lowest ebb, death itself appears to you as the grim reaper, a horrific persistent adversary who kills with a single touch and hounds your every step.

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is out to kill you, but with enough patience and skill, you can bring death to its knees." (Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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