November 06, 2015 @ 5:29 pm
Bloodborne Playstation 4
Bloodborne bore the weight of being heralded as the â€œtrue successorâ€ to the Souls series, and for good reason: Dark Souls 2 was developed by the â€œB-Team,â€ whose efforts were commendable but ultimately did not achieve the heights of their predecessors. I feared that Bandai Namco would milk FROM SOFTWARE to churn out yearly rehashes not unlike the CoD franchise. FROM SOFTWARE plunged its hand into my bosom, viscerally ripped that fear out of my torso, and planted a new one in its place. And this new fear is absolutely delicious, a kind of horror not seen in even horror-centric games. With Bloodborne, FROM not only demonstrated its superior mastery at the trade, but also brought about a new pinnacle in its genre. Bloodborne gave the Souls formula a much-needed refresh. Making dodging a necessityâ€”though the Souls games also encouraged itâ€”quickened the combat to a hectic yet tightly controlled pace. This is...
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