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Demon's Souls (PS3)

Demon's Souls (PS3)
alaScore 89

147 reviews

Jul, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 147 reviews of Demon's Souls (PS3). The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Demon's Souls (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 147 reviews)

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Expert review by: (cnet.com)

Demon's Souls (PlayStation 3)

 

The Kingdom of Boletaria is an unforgiving place. Entering it means embracing a seemingly endless cycle of death and resurrection as you slowly tread through sullen swamps, scavenge dark caverns, and sneak between looming castle walls. It's dark and...

Oct, 2009

Expert review by: Mike V. (original-gamer.com)

Demon's Souls Review

 

Prepare to get your ass handed to you...and like it!

Like I said earlier, Demon’s Souls is hard, yet enjoyable. This is a game that gives a throwback to the games of the past that had only one difficulty and took skill and patients to complete. This game is not for everyone and caters to the hardest of...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Ryan "The Wombat" Wombold (ztgamedomain.com)

Demon’s Souls

 

Innovative, immersive and unforgivably difficult. In the early years of gaming, a lot of games were tough by necessity. Arcade games were tough so they could munch more of your...

Fantastic immersion ; Great enemy designs ; Challenging, old school gameplay

Unwieldy targeting system ; Unforgiving difficulty will turn off many gamers

Jan, 2011
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Expert review by: Ingvi (hookedgamers.com)

Demon's Souls

 

Rocky start

A very though game, immense feeling of satisfaction after each battle won

Slight physics bugs and very high difficulty that will frustrate most, but invigorate some

Demon's Souls was originally released in Japan in February 2009 by Sony Computer Entertainment who later stated that they had no plans of releasing the game in either the North American or European markets. Following its success in Japan, a relatively...

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Martin Zmijewski (realmofgaming.com)

Demon's Souls

 

The experience to have with Demons Souls is a love-hate one. There will be a great fluctuation between anger, excitement, and joy. Overall it is a great game, probably one of the better games of 2009. It is a challenging game, not a game for casual...

Mar, 2010

Expert review by: (gamestats.com)

Demon's Souls - PS3

 

King Allant the XII, the last king of Boletaria, searched tirelessly to expand his might. The Nexus, a great ice shrine nestled in the mountains, bestowed the power of the souls onto him, bringing prosperity to his kingdom. Still unsated, he returned...

Feb, 2010

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Expert review by: Andrew Clark (avault.com)

Demon's Souls- PS3

 

Game makers put a lot of effort into getting an emotional reaction out of players. Devices such as a trusted animal companion biting the dust or your in-game girlfriend getting impaled are all there in an effort to make you “feel” something, to...

And that’s probably my favorite part of Demon’s Souls; a lot of stuff just doesn’t have an explanation, and carries that arcane, old-school vibe like the first time you saw an Eggplant Wizard in Kid Icarus. It’s those “What the hell is that?” moments...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by: Mark Briggs (digitalbattle.com)

Demon's Souls review

 

Demon's Souls, is an action RPG much like Diablo, Dungeon Siege and Dragon Age. Only compared to Demon's Souls, those games are for sissies. Demon's Souls is the one that's carved out of rock, and once you complete it, if you ever do, it'll make a man...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Michael Black (square-go.com)

Demon's Souls

 

The first thing you get from Demon's Souls in its intro is a sense of bleakness. Then, during the tutorial that involves killing you, you get hopelessness. By the time you're actually playing the game you're probably suicidal.

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Bishop (snackbar-games.com)

Demon's Souls

 

Can a brutally hard game that relies upon nuance capture the attention of the average gamer? Demon's Souls asks this question by presenting a visually stunning game that is unforgiving but fair, while putting the sense of accomplishment back into video...

Nov, 2009
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