It had just gone 10pm, I was 10 hours into my 24 hour Dark Souls marathon, and had just reached Anor Londo.
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Hour 8. Before I could exact a painful revenge on Lautrec there was the small matter of getting myself through Sen’s Fortress in one piece.
When it comes to quirky and interesting puzzle titles, iOS seems to be the platform of choice.
Wrong, as it happened. 6 hours into my Dark Souls marathon for Sick Kids Save Point and I was standing on the brink of Blighttown.
When you last heard from me back in May I was fresh from having just cleared Blighttown, rung the second Bell of Awakening, and ventured into the Demon Ruins to batter Ceaseless Discharge as a nice wee bonus.
Last month a beta edition of Dark Souls II opened up for a handful of lucky players, giving fans the chance to try out the game without the need for heading along to an expo or having an inside source … Continue reading
For years now many gamers have been crying out for an open-world space game to rival the likes of Elite and Freelancer.
Video games are about escapism. Playing the hero, saving the world, beating the baddies, and all that.
The shadow of Naughty Dog looms large over the PS3′s lifespan.
You won’t find many series more divisive than Dynasty Warriors. To the critics it’s the basest form of hack ‘n’ slash tedium: a mundane slog through various brown battlefields carving up hordes of identikit enemies. Of course those critics are … Continue reading