Games that didn't click with you till you tried it a second time months/years later.
Tried it, hated it.
Nephews were big fans of the series though, and the sneak peeks I took of them playing newer games made me reconsider.
Now, I've played all of the games up to 4, with the exception of 3 and handheld versions.
Has there ever been a water level that wasn't terrible?
Steam profile thread
mines is objectively the best
how's that gaming channel going, /v/?
I'm too lazy to make one.
I'm thinking about starting a souls related channel just before the release of Dark Souls 3 with a shit ton of PvP content.
Since I'm good at maths I could be that 'guy who calculates things', because there aren't many in the souls community.
The only problem I have is my english. Not voice but english. I can't speak fluently and I'd make a ton of mistakes.
Should I sell my PS and buy a PS4?
PC exclusives all suck dick.
>inb4 people suggesting games that are a decade old
>Doesn't have a pc for multiplat games and buys console dependant on it's exclusives
What's so bad about blood magic?
Basically I got invaded in DeS then I started playing as a hollow the rest of the game. Now in DaS at first I had no idea what humanity was and used it as health. So, I've been playing as hallowed all this time as well.
This is the way it's meant to be played, r-right?
Did I make the right choice /v/?
ITT: Hold A to win
>he had no friends and thus only raced the a.i.
Why won't they bring it over?
For an audiophile, what game delivers the best auditory experience?
Think we will see another Psycho Solider game?
>Super Mario Maker
>it's an automatic level
>It's a "all doors but one lead to instant death"
Who else got "The Puppet" ending?