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Dark Souls- PS3

Dark Souls- PS3
alaScore 91

44 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions are divided on the value for money.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dark Souls- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Dark Souls Playtest: A Dance Of Trial And Error

 

Dark Souls is a game where everything is earned and learned through trial and error.

11. In Demon’s Souls, if you attack an NPC for any reason, they become hostile to you for the rest of the game. Dark Souls has a remedy for that. You can talk to a certain Pardoner to absolve all your Sins; this neutralizes all NPC hostility at a very...

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Dark Souls - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Think back for a moment to the most challenging game you've ever played, but not the kind of challenge that resorted to cheap tactics and made luck a tremendous factor in succeeding. Instead think back to the game that challenged you to accomplish its...

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Dark Souls

 

At its most basic level, Demon's Souls was about being slow and methodical; watch, learn and adapt to the enemies and their layout or fail. Dark Souls carries that philosophy forward as a spiritual successor to Demon's Souls. Not being a direct sequel...

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Dark Souls

 

[There's been a lot of confusion as to whether or not reviewers have actually beaten the game - so here goes: I completed Dark Souls at Soul Level 77, after 37 hours and 10 minutes of play - for reference, I beat Demon's Souls at Level 76, at 22 hours...

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Dark Souls Review

 

Wake up, time to die!

Open world action, amazing atmosphere, haunting world, intense combat; fantastic online component

You need to be dedicated

Jason McMaster is a regular contributor to GameShark and also writes for Quarter to Three.com.

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Dark Souls Review

 

Dark Souls is an extraordinary role-playing game that transports you to an awesome and menacing world you may never forget.

A gorgeous and frightening world you won't want to leave ; Abundant, amazing bosses test your skill and determination ; Superb combat in which every attack feels powerful and precise ; Fantastic online aspect lets players both cooperate and compete ;...

Frame rate gets choppy in certain areas ; Finicky target lock

Death also means losing the souls you have in your possession. Souls are the game's currency and are used to level up, buy equipment, improve your weapons and armor, purchase new spells, and more. If you want to retrieve those lost souls, you must...

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Dark Souls Review

 

When the game's slogan is “prepare to die,” you know you're in for it. But provided you have the fortitude and determination to push through Dark Souls, you will be richly rewarded. I'm not as impressed with the core mechanics as other critics seem to...

The Ugly: “Wow…getting pretty sick of all this dying.”

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Dark Souls

 

"Prepare to di-" *stabs* Piss off.

Let's get one thing straight:

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Dark Souls Hands-On Preview

 

Unlike its predecessor, Demon's Souls, From Software's Dark Souls will not benefit from the element of surprise when it arrives on Xbox 360 and PS3 on October 4th of this year. Demon's Souls came out of nowhere in 2009 and shocked critics and fans...

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PlayStation LifeStyle reviews Buzz! Quiz TV for the PlayStation 3.

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