Now that I have regained online capabilities, I may leech myself to death once more. With my leydia robed fenita, knight of heide, falconer, sorcerer, samurai, royal soldier, ninja, and pyromancer; I can continue to dance in a hurtful song.Read more >
I'm going to let out a little something at ya. Don't worry, it's not volatile and you've probably read it somewhere from someone else before.
Anyone who has completed Dark Souls should know as soon as the cutscene starts after pressing new game, that there is a form of disparity with the previous game. One being the immediate access to bonfire-porting that was present in Demon's Souls (correct me if I'm wrong). While not commonly seen as a negative alteration, it is however, the case for people like me. Accessible, yes; lacking depth/reason, also yes. As all are aware, Dark Souls has much hidden for the imagination, but the thing is, bonfire-porting was something you earned in Dark Souls 1, along with understanding what item triggers it. To…Read more >
Thinking of skipping the first Dark Souls? Never fear, PlagueofGripes is here!
Havok cloth physics. Oh yes.Read more >
The curse of undeath is afoot. By that I mean something completely unrelated. Derek from Veritasium highlights something many don't know about.
Remember that next time you're messing about in Dark Souls. It's a game. If you're getting too wound-up, take a walk or play something else for a while. Neither of us wants to see you go hollow.
This link is for the rest of his recent article on ign if you're interested: http://ca.ign.com/articles/2014/02/21/the-endless-endgame-of-dark-souls?utm_campaign=fbposts&utm_source=facebookRead more >
Size in Dark Souls is like real life. Or is it? You may be big and capable of massive hurt, but to the Chosen few (many), it doesn't matter if your behinds are kickable.
All the non-human dude-bodies and some human dude-bodies are massive; even just a few inches larger than the player, like Gwyn or Artorias and the Berenike soldiers. This is meant to display their physical strength. Gwyndolin, although a god, is regular-sized, because his forte is magic. Ciaran is also regular-sized because if you are an assassin you probably don't want to be sticking out above everyone else, and you don't need strength so much as dexterity to swiftly bleed or poison your target to death. The same goes for Pyromacy; and Quelana is once ag…Read more >