Bloodborne - Review | RPGamer

In the last console generation, From Software rose to prominence based off of the success of a few games. These games, specifically Demon's Souls and Dark Souls, gained notoriety for their harsh fail states and the rather cryptic means by which they convey their mechanics and narrative, favoring a hands-off approach to player progression and giving the game a true sense of discovery. With Bloodborne, the developer's first game in this current generation of consoles, From returns to this well again but in a refreshing turn that's even darker than the previous games and a relatively streamlined experience. Bloodborne doesn't mark a revolutionary turn for the series, but it is a great game in its own right.

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