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#1 Edited by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

The first thing I did when I used the internet was go to www.videogames.com. Proceeded to go there everyday until about Novemeber 2007... for no particular reason.

#2 Edited by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

@asilentprotagonist said:

@lukeweizer said:

I really enjoyed the character customization in the Souls game. I'm going to miss finding new, crazy armor sets, weapons or even just deciding to use a shield. But I respect their choice to go with more focused gameplay. And I can't refuse those environments and atmosphere. Looks incredible.

What? Character Customization was already confirmed....

Yeah, you'll find gear as per usual. New armour-sets, weaponry, what have you. Hell, there might even be shields in the game for all we know, but with the emphasis on movement, it's unclear as to whether you'll want to use one. I can almost promise you that there won't be any 100 % physical block ones, mind.

Also, I want to go out of my way and say that the enemy at the very end of the trailer, with them big flaps of skin loosely hanging from what remains of it's head, the lower jaw, is very likely the single, most disturbing enemy I have EVER seen. That thing is right up there with the Gaping Maw Dragon as thoroughly disgusting, and I love it. The spittle spraying from those flaps just add to it. Boy, I can't tell whether I'm shivering in delight or disgust. Overall, the art direction in this game is coming across as superlative.

Ooooooooooooooooh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. I didn't know they talked about armor and weaponry. Just thought you start with everything you get.

Excited!

#3 Posted by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

I really enjoyed the character customization in the Souls game. I'm going to miss finding new, crazy armor sets, weapons or even just deciding to use a shield. But I respect their choice to go with more focused gameplay. And I can't refuse those environments and atmosphere. Looks incredible.

#5 Posted by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

Checked my email after reading this and I got one come through. This is slightly annoying considering I don't own a PS4, although I'm really considering buying one since there is a really nice deal on Amazon right now.

What's the deal?

#6 Edited by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

@lyisa said:

I could see a situation where Destiny or Watchdogs are most disappointing and also somewhere on the Game of the Year list. We're running out of big released this year.

Maybe expectations this year are higher than what the industry seems capable of delivering? Or it massively over promised.

Why does GOTY candidates have to be big releases?

#7 Edited by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

Any of the crazy PVP milestone required spells can be purchased from the Ghost Merchant in Drangleic Castle in NG ++. Way easier than trying to kill 500 people in Blood Bros.

#8 Posted by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

If a game bores me to death all the way up until the end, why would I want to keep playing it? Don't just entertain me for half of it, entertain me for all of it (ideally).

#9 Edited by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

@lukeweizer: It's probably more to do with the 3DS version actually having a release date. It just came out in Japan and is out in the West next month; Wii U is still just "2014," which it probably isn't going to make at this point.

Oh wow. I didn't know the WiiU version was still up in the air. That's kinda crazy.

#10 Posted by Lukeweizer (2683 posts) -

Is the 3DS version more anticipated than the WiiU? Or are they releasing demos for the 3DS because it's the first handheld version of the game?