Bloodborne isn't exactly the uncut version of the Exorcist. I think you're being a tad dramatic.
Hes allowed because his father doesn't see issue with fantasy destroying a child's brain.
Deacon reviews were because he's a cookie cutter biker dude with a porn star name. I don't recall anyone complaining that he was a white dude.
You are literally complaining about something which doesn't exist. Political message? What, is the protagonist reading Ayn Rand on the ship? Is she a supply sider? Whaaaaat?
Huge MDK fan. That game ruled. The dog too.
It does stand alone and atop the mountain.
6 years in, Bloodborne is still the best.
Yeah it loads that fast.
The load times still impress me. Been gaming a very long time and whenever I load a PS5 game I just smile in disbelief.
Cool if you're not into new exclusives.
He could have stood it up behind the television so that the disc tray faces outward. That's what I did and you can only see the white glow when it's on. I like his cover though.
Why? You get a PS5 and you look forward to new games.
What? How old are you? When Gameboy launched everyone and their grandma had one. Your evaluation is so way off that it sounds actually stupid.
No one complained about Dr. Seuss or Mr. Potato Head. They're private companies and made a business decision all on their own. Thats called a free market economy.
Bloodborne has around 35 weapons plus 20 side weapons with nearly infinite gem setups. The idea that Bloodborne is limited in play style is absurd.
Its very fun and difficult. Once you get to silver, teamwork is paramount. Its hard starting over with nothing and having super strong enemy. Looking forward to levelling up a single class before doing the others.
So different. Looks great.
I saw issues most of day. Couldn't play online or connect. It did finally correct but it was there for many on my friends list and communities.
I hear you. Though I'd be very surprised if it is both consoles.
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