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Submitted by VerbalKint27 1176d ago | review

Review: Dark Souls (This Is My Joystick)

There are ways of punishing yourself without being as dramatic as to end it all. You could disallow yourself from eating your favourite food for an amount of time, you could lock yourself up in your room and refuse to let yourself out, you could say that you’re not allowed to buy the game release you’ve been waiting months for, or deny yourself watching the film that everyone is talking about.
That, or you could play Dark Souls; a callous, venomous, merciless beast that will not stop punishing you until you break down and cry in front of your television set. (Dark Souls, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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