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Dark Souls II's New Director Talks Accessibility And Broken Controllers

Game Informer - Dark Souls II has a new director in Yui Tanimura. We were only able to spend a few minutes Tanimura after seeing Dark Souls II in action at E3, and decided to ask him broad questions about difficulty in games. We also wanted to know what kind of games he's playing outside of Dark Souls II, and why we won't be seeing Dark Souls II on next-gen systems.

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friedricr1096d ago

I still wish they add a system to where i can just play with my friends or easily get invites to play with them.... otherwise keep everything else the same ..

grassyknoll1096d ago (Edited 1096d ago )

Solitude is one of the key components of Dark Souls. Walking around with your mates chatting goes against the spirit of the game. I think it shows real artistic integrity not to put it in.

friedricr1096d ago

thats true, but still sometimes its just really nice to play with your friends

Xof1096d ago

I have nothing but disdain for children who break controllers out of rage. How the hell does any child grow older than 2 or 3 years old without learning some emotional control?

friedricr1096d ago

it's human nature... sometimes we honestly are upset and just lose it .. it happens ... Emotional control doesn't always work..

Xof1096d ago (Edited 1096d ago )

When you break a controller, you're not simply losing control of your emotions.

You lose control of your emotions... and you lose your motor control.

And you should be institutionalized, because you're clearly a danger to yourself and others.

cpayne931096d ago

My college room mate threw one of my controllers at a wall last semester... It didnt break but I was pissed. I dont understand how anyone can get that angry at a video game. Makes no sense to me, just makes it seem like you have no self control at all, and a large lack of maturity to get so mad at a video game that you are willing to break something expensive over it.

cpayne931096d ago

Accesibility is a word Ive come to hate hearing from developers. The dumbing down of games needs to stop, I want learning curves. They keep me interested.