Isnt it released on Wednesday?
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So after playing Demon's Souls and not enjoying it, I had zero interest in Dark Souls when it came out. But after watching someone do a speed run of this game and having nothing to play currently I picked it up. When I returned from the store I placed it on my coffee table where it has sat for about a week now unopened. Sitting here and looking at the games that I am excited for coming out in a weeks time I am having a hard time justifying putting this in my Xbox when I could return it for full price and pick up 2 games I am interested in. There are things I am actually interested in seeing in Dark Souls but I share the issues with this game that most people do and I am having a hard time making the decision to actually open this.
So tell me die hard Dark Soul's fans and haters alike, should I trudge through the clumsy controls and bad graphics to see the varied locations and enemies, is there enough of a difference between this game and Demon's Souls to keep me interested, or should I just bring this back to Best Buy and play through The Witcher again until Diablo and Max Payne come out next week?
Know whats a sweet Arnold Schwarzenegger film, True Lies, man that movie is awesome. Oh, and I don't really agree with your analogy, comparing content being withheld by developers to AIR may be a little overexaggerated.
@kalmis: It may be some sort of colloquialism or just how I have been raised but something like a Wiser's we refer to as Whiskey where as a Glenlivet we call Scotch. And after doing a miniscule amount of research I see how silly my previous statement was.
So let me rephrase: I would start out with Canadian Whiskey, such as a Wiser's, as it is usually smoother than, say, a Scotch.
Catherine, Rage. I played hours and hours of Black Ops multiplayer with my room mates, so I picked up MW3 and realized how unfun it is when you are playing it alone at home for the summer and not playing it drunk with your friends.