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Submitted by Prcko 949d ago | news

Dark Souls 2 pyromancy, guard break & miracles explained

Dark Souls 2 has been given the preview treatment in this week’s new edition of Famitsu. The game’s combat was a key focus of the piece, in which pyromancy, guard breaking mechanics and miracles were discussed, among other things. (Dark Souls 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

ArchangelMike  +   949d ago
Man, I got to complete Dark Souls before this comes out. I cant let it join my gaming hall of shame, and I know that if I cant complete it before Dark Souls 2, I'm sure the hall of shame will be it's eternal fate :(
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Swiggins  +   949d ago
Dark Souls is a harrowing experience, there's no doubt, but more than worth it in the end.

Journey forward brave Chosen Undead!
DemonSlayer420  +   949d ago
Just keep trying, the Souls games always seem ridiculously hard but the beauty is the more you play, the better you get and more you will learn to help you overcome the difficulty.

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