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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1889d ago | review

AV Club: Demon's Souls Review

Into the era of accessible games, Demon's Souls charges like an armored knight facing down a horde of ghouls. It relies on conventions that game design was supposed to have abandoned long ago, and unabashedly rejects the casual player. But it's unfair to peg it as a brutal slog designed for old-schoolers. Though the plot is inscrutable high-fantasy stuff, the game world's central premise is inventive. Play as a lone warrior from among 10 different classes hunting demons to attain their souls, the world's currency. (Demon's Souls, PS3) B/A+

Myst  +   1889d ago
Review seems to be on the rather short side, but all an all a good game still and one that should be added to everyone's PS3 library.
arakouftaian  +   1889d ago
not everyone
how do you think a lil girl could add this to her games?

lol

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