Monthly Archives: May 2016

Did I Actually Just Finish Dark Souls III?

Yes.  Yes, I did. It took me over 50 hours to grind my way through, which is apparently WAY over the curve, but I’m fine with that.  I was very uncertain about what I was getting myself into back on … Continue reading

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On The Perils Of Over-Specialization

So, several more Dark Souls 3 bosses down and I am chugging along towards the fourth Extra Bad Big Bad Guy because the Dark Souls series seems fixated on the Rule of Four. Presumably there will be something else after … Continue reading

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Bro, Do You Even BlueBro?

So, there are a couple of different Covenants in Dark Souls III that revolve around helping other people.  The Warriors of Sunlight (“SunBros”), as previously mentioned, hang out near boss fights to lend a hand if needed.  I started off … Continue reading

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Bro, Do You Even SunBro?

I promise I won’t go too wacky with the Dark Souls III posts.  What’s far more likely, to be honest, is that I forget entirely about updating this thing. But for now, here’s one more. There aren’t a ton of … Continue reading

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Dark Souls III: Okay, NOW it gets hard. 

So, after triumphantly smashing my way through three Souls games in a row, I wasn’t going to be able to put off buying DS3 until the next Steam sale. What I’m saying is, I bought a PC game at full … Continue reading

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Did I Actually Just Finish Dark Souls II?

Yes.  Yes, I did. Dark Souls II is one of those games that is a little divisive among fans of the series.  It’s a little less free-form and a little more linear than the original Dark Souls, and there are … Continue reading

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So That’s “Jolly Co-Operation”

While the Souls series is somewhat famous for its approach to multiplayer, I managed to get through the first two games barely interacting with anyone else. Demon’s Souls is, after all, pretty ancient and doesn’t have a lot of people … Continue reading

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