the only one I want is external HDD support.
is it really that easy or are you just used to the game mechanics? i have always thought all of the other souls games since demon's souls were easier just because i had a much clearer idea of how to approach them.
i didn't think the live action portion of the game was bad - i actually enjoyed watching the episodes. the only thing is wished there was a bit more.
not randomly generated - procedurally generated. there's a difference, somewhere, and even the devs have said it's not randomly generated.
just felt i needed to point out that tiny correction - i'm not attacking or arguing or anything :)
so much for the 5 hours thing that was obviously not really true or accurate.
less than 8 hours, and I can play this.
"How does a difficulty setting affect the game!!?"
it compromises the vision of the game.
you can summon help if you're having trouble. it makes it way easier when you have two other people helping you out, and it's precisely why there's no difficulty setting required.
or you can just "git gud", and learn the patterns.
easy mode = summon help.
"How about let us upgrade to a 3 to 4TB internal HD in the future."
when those drives get thin enough, you can... that's the only reason why you can't do it right now without buying a clunky peripheral from Nyko.
I would personally like to be able to have the option to add a larger external HDD, but I think in order for it to not be an eyesore/annoyance for me, they would need to ad a USB port on the back of the console.
*against one of them. i think i was half drunk when I replied...
you can get invaded regardless of whether you summon someone to help. at least if you have someone summoned, it's two of you against of of them.
what RDR2 leak?
DLC announcement, probably... which we already knew was coming.
good god, no. don't like that it's difficult? then don't play it or just get better at it - it's not that hard when you have a really good grasp on the mechanics of the game.
edit: or, as someone suggested above - summon help. that's the game's "easy mode" right there.
Giant Dad returns?
There is no way in hell that this game is a 4/10... Silly review is silly.
DS2 definitely wasn't *as* good, but it was still a pretty solid game, imo (enough to dump over 300 hours into it, anyway).
the original creator of the series is involved in the game again (he wasn't on the last one, but was involved is the first dark souls), so that makes it promising.