With Dark Souls Day-1 Patch Edition Remastered coming out in three days, I think it’s time I made a review for this game.
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It’s the easiest Dark Souls game.
It’s also the most fluid and the least broken.
Instant-transmission backstabs don’t exist
PVP; honestly my favorite part of this game, I think around 60 of my 180 hours in this game is just straight pvp.
All weapon types are viable in pvp; all hail Barbed Straightsword x Dragonslayer Swordspear offhand!
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It’s the most artificially difficult of the Souls game.
– Still the easiest Dark Souls game.
No, really, there’s really no need to memorize attack patterns in this installment when you can roll through any attack at a moment’s notice. But hey, the Ringed City DLC puts the “I want to die” back in Dark Souls again for the low price of $14.99 and your soul.
-Parrying has been dumbed down to “Press L2 to one-shot opponent” without any major risk. The active “reward” portion of parrying is nearly as long as the “risk” portion. And even then, a failed shield parry usually blocks most of the damage.
In the end, I still give it a 10/10 because while it may not have the captivating world and story the DS1 had, it’s the most fun.