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Submitted by crock7owu10 102d ago | news

'Lords of the Fallen' needs to be 'accessible to everybody' despite its nature

While Lords of the Fallen is only somewhat similar to Dark Souls as far as mechanics go, developer Deck13 Interactive wishes to be fair and a little more forgiving. Talking with executive producer Tomasz Gop, he comments on this exact situation and how his studio is attempting to teach players into something they may not be all that familiar with: defeat. (Lords of the Fallen, PC, PS4, Xbox One)

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