posted on Apr, 28 2014 @ 09:41 PM
a reply to: opethPA
Oh! Me, I'm playing it. Or I should say I was playing it, I beat the game already, got pretty much everything in it there is to get and do, except a
few things. Have two characters on it, one is level 220, the other 120. If your playing the game on PC yes a controller is a must, as I tried and
bought dark souls on my PC even though I have it on the PS3 and its pretty much impossible to play on a keyboard, or you can play it, but its just
feels wrong. I messed around with it and its a pain to get the game to match the controller setup I had on the consoles right, once you get used to
one set up its hard to change things up that and the program I was using just sucked and my pad was the more cheaper kind.
Great game, but they did not do anything new that they did not do in the first two games. However if you have not played the first two games or are
new to the series I would definitely recommend it, there usually is a lot to do and keep you occupied in it. I think its going to probably be the last
great game for the older generations consoles, in fact its pushing the limits of those systems, you can tell to, you get a lot of slowdown in some
instances, ever try to drop items on the ground? Once you drop about 10 or so, your playing the game in slow motion, that or when there are a bunch a
enemies on screen, though the game does a good job of level design and keeping things withing borders so you dont get that a lot.
They probably fixed that on the PC version, but who knows most of that is mainly do to game design being designed for specific thing ie consoles more
so then anything else. I played the game so much I am sick and tired of it right now, you reach that place were there just is nothing left to do,
other then invading noobs, but you cant even do that after a certain level. Great game, cant wait to see what they do with the series down the line
in the futures.