The bad news is that the PC version of insanity simulator / RPG Dark Souls 3 appears to have a game-breaking bug of its own gumming up the works.The good news is that apart from these bugs, overall reception for Dark Souls 3 is positive.
Despite being the third game in the series, it’s possible Dark Souls 3 is your first Dark Souls game!You can approach Dark Souls 3 a little like Bloodborne, however, if you build your character in a way that emphasizes being nimble and light.
Some of us just don't want to play it.Here's 5 terrible reasons why.
From Software has a knack for creating some super weird boss names.Here are some of the names I use when talking about Souls/Bloodborne games…
Old Name: Capra DemonMy Name: Big Demon Bawbag
By the time I stumbled across the Capra Demon, I was already used to dying in Dark Souls.
But after playing Dark Souls 3, I think I've found a more significant difference: Bloodborne is cool.But the whole reason I bought Dark Souls 3 was the assumption that since I loved Bloodborne - a game which is itself derived from the Souls series' formula - I would obviously enjoy Dark Souls 3.
And nothing symbolises this quite so clearly as the bonfire in Souls games.)
But what if you hate Dark Souls?