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Submitted by Lavalamp 689d ago | interview

Dark Souls 2's director on being lost in translation and honoring a predecessor

Polygon: "Based on our time with the game and an interview with co-director Yui Tanimura, those worried about a watered down, unduly 'accessible' sequel can rest easy. From what we've seen and heard at E3, Dark Souls is back in all its masochistic glory and even offers improvements on the original.

Shibuya's statement may have been lost in translation, he told Polygon." (Dark Souls 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Yui Tanimura)

Run_bare  +   689d ago
don't really want to cluck on polygon website after the last of us fiasco and how they review games.

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