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Submitted by BIoodmask 1527d ago | review

VideoGamer: Demon's Souls Review

Demon's Souls is a pitch-perfect example of how great risk can make the rewards taste all the sweeter. Getting killed in a single hit from a multi-storey, frog-like monster with a giant meat cleaver and a thirty-foot tongue is always going to be frustrating, but persevere and a couple of weeks later you’ll be wondering how he ever bothered you. Demon’s Souls pits you against your own incompetence and inexperience, a challenge which often feels insurmountable, but that delivers some incredibly powerful thrills for players brave enough to commit. (Demon's Souls, PS3) 9/10

Donny  +   1527d ago
idea for next demons souls...mayan culture, or egypt. it will still be brutal as hell.
on topic great game, great review.
El_Colombiano  +   1527d ago
I think this theme was PERFECT
Fulensenca  +   1527d ago
Agree
Expecially Boletaria and Shrine of Storms, IMHO medieval theme is the best for this game, so gloomy and severe. I love it.

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