Bloodborne: 10 Ways It Succeeds Where Dark Souls 2 Failed

Cast aside your predilections that may spawn from the general consensus of just being “another Souls game” as there’s plenty more under the hood that really make Bloodborne far more worth your time.

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wakeNbake1754d ago

Bloodborne is a WAY better game. Id rather have a Bloodborne 2 over a Dark Souls 3.

Xer0_SiN1753d ago (Edited 1753d ago )

while i agree with you, bloodborne is a better game than ds2. you cant deny thst ds2 scholar is a head and shoulders game better than its previous iteration. with that being said, i would take a demons souls 2 over all any day. if not that, then atleast give us a demons souls remaster ultimate, where we go deeper into the lore by exploring the broken archstone.

OB1Biker1754d ago

'Sony aren’t marketing it in remotely the right way'
Well depends what you think the marketing purpose is I guess.

The7Reaper1754d ago

I'm enjoying Bloodborne more mostly because it's more fast paced

Eazy-Eman1754d ago

My personal game of the year so far!

Perjoss1753d ago

There are so many things about this game that will keep me playing it for a long time to come.

amazing atmosphere

great level design and architecture

creature and enemy design is so good I would even say its in a class of its own

game knows when to play music and when to let the atmospheric sounds immerse you instead

it can actually be scary in places

boss fights are very satisfying

the many areas provide a great deal of variety both in visuals and enemies

the story is not handed to you on a plate, you have to search around and unfold it yourself.

the voice acting is perfect

the weapons all have quite different move sets so it can take some time to master each one

even the save system is perfect, just quit out at any time and you will pick up from where you left off

Timesplitter141754d ago (Edited 1754d ago )

I agree with "Sony aren’t marketing it in remotely the right way".

I'm getting a bit tired of this "haha prepare to die a lot" marketing coming from middle-aged Sony executives who never even played a Souls game but heard they were difficult so they told the marketing team to repeat this until everyone is sick of it.

Marketing in general just doesn't work well with Souls games

MysticStrummer1753d ago

The developers die a lot playing their own game, so "Prepare to die" seems reasonable to me.

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