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Dark Souls 2- PC

Dark Souls 2- PC
alaScore 95

6 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the gameplay and story are overall positive. The graphics and design are also mentioned favorably.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Dark Souls 2- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Dark Souls 2 (PC) Review


Dark Souls II has followed its console release up with a PC port! How does this version compare to the others? 411's Marc Morrison checks in with his full review!

Actual graphics options make this the best version of DS2 ; Killing something can make you feel accomplished ; A hugely expansive world to explore that is quite lovely ; Peter Serafinowicz

Dark Souls 2 isn’t a game for me, but is still a quality game, overall. It is slightly easier to play (the early fast travel is a god-send) but also about as cumbersome as the first game, overall. If you like extremely challenging and obsessive...

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Dark Souls 2


A few months ago, Warfare Studios came onto the indie RPG scene with Dark Souls, which utilized the RPG Maker XP engine. It had some flaws, but it also proved that the developers could deliver a solid narrative along with strong sprite work. The first...

Dark Souls 2 may not be revolutionary, even amongst RPG Maker titles, but it still delivers a fun, hearty experience. It has a decent plot, great characters, and solid gameplay with a fair degree of challenge. Technical aspects, such as the script,...

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Dark Souls 2 isn’t for everyone, or even every moment. It’s a “sit forward� game that demands you be mentally present and adaptable. But for those who like to earn their victories -- really earn them -- this is a game in which winning means...

Understated narrative that isn’t in-your-face; Perfect combat system; Highly memorable and well-designed bosses (lots of them); Streamlined crafting system; Multiple ways to increase difficulty and replayability

Enemies disappearing after a few deaths to make your job easier is not very “Dark Souls�; On the whole, enemy attacks are more predictable and less subtly telegraphed