Dark Soul 3 is an upcoming action role-playing video game that provides new ways to role-play and increase the viable range of character builds. The game's story will continue the tale of a lord-slaying dark hero and the "Lord of Cinder."
Players can launch two different types of attacks: one that delivers a devastating blow designed to break an enemy's guard and another that quickly closes the distance between the player and their target.
While I really enjoyed the second installment, it didn't quite have the feeling of wonder and trial that the original game had. This one does its best to recapture that while still making the formula more accessible to the wider public. For one, the Dark Souls universe looks better than it ever has before. Everything from environments and bosses all the way down to cape physics is just pure eye candy. Rag doll enemy bodies also make a comeback, which is always fun. The bosses themselves interesting and varied and, while most of them aren't too hard, they all pose at least a bit of challenge. A couple almost feel unfair (and the final boss made me pull my hair out) but that's just the Dark Souls way. Story, or rather lore, as always is where the game really shines. Not only is it as mysterious and atmospheric as ever, it also brilliantly ties into the first game and brings a terrific conclusion to the franchise. I'm sure I missed a lot of it but trying to piece together clues and obscure references to understand what happened is just as rewarding as it was in Dark Souls. Oh and how did I forget.. The combat. Oh the combat. Nothing in the history of gaming is as satisfying to me as Dark Souls combat. The sheer variety of weapons and play styles makes me wonder why it's not a more popular franchise (not that it's unpopular or anything, but it still feels like the game for self-labeled "hardcore players" when it's really approachable to anyone). My weapons of choice are great and ultra greatswords along with a strength heavy build, which makes smashing enemies to bits quite an adventure. All around, while the original game holds more sentimental value because of the innovation it brought into my gaming life, I'd say Dark Soul III is on par with the first game and holds the title of one of the best game I've ever played.
This game has everything you would expect from the Souls franchise. It is full of breathtaking visuals and difficult bosses. The combat relies on quick reflexes to perform dodges and parries, leaving you with a very satisfying feeling when you finally beat the boss you've been dying to for hours. Only buy this if you know what you are getting into, this franchise doesn't hold your hand like other modern games and will test your mental fortitude.
Personally, I always admired the pure Japanese ideas in the design of fantastic beings, the top of them can be found in Dark Souls III. When you first step in to the Road of sacrifice, you will find half-bird enemies who scream while shake their wings, and you find out that the reason of their scream is the pain in their growing wings will scare you! Dark Souls III have made remarkable progress over previous versions, all of which can not be confined to combats. The sounding of the game's creatures is astonishingly great. The voices that come into your soul during the combats, and at the last moments of your character's life, while your blood adrenaline reaches your limit, fill your ears that you want to punch on the monitor. Still, the biggest benefit of the Souls series is that silence has become its greatest music.
As I mention in the title of my review this game has an impressive difficulty, you have to dedicate hours and hours of game as everything in life literally, to be able to get used to many things, really is a game very open in many ways, graphically is very good xD and in the part of the gameplay is also very appreciable, I really do not have words to describe so many fantastic sensations that I leave this game, if you want to experience what I, buy it and try it I totally recommend it.
it must be known that the dark souls 3 truly is the glorious close of souls series. The latest version of the Solos series has been able to make the series progress from all aspects, from visual effects to fighting. When I think of how the game created the feeling that the character's health bar is the same as a gamer's health, I'm forgetting some of the little game's drawbacks. So if you have not entered the Lutheran territory yet in the third series of dark souls, you should know that the dark souls will take you on a long and up and sown journey. A journey where your patience and endurance are tested, but believe that the pleasure that lies on the way to the end of the game will be worth all the bearings.
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