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Demon's Souls Ushered In As A Greatest Hit

The fans keep clamoring for a sequel but if you haven't played the original, you probably don't understand that clamor.

So maybe now's the time. Today, Atlus U.S.A. has announced that the critically acclaimed, award-winning Demon's Souls is now officially a Greatest Hits title on the PlayStation 3. For the very agreeable price of $29.99, you can try this widely beloved hardcore role-playing adventure; just brace for a definite challenge that can be extremely rewarding. Said Tim Pivnicny, Atlus Vice President of Sales and Marketing:

"Very few games reach the esteemed PlayStation 3 system Greatest Hits status. Those that do are among the very finest the platform has to offer, combining critical success, tremendous popularity, and exceptional quality. Demon's Souls represents some of the biggest risks, loftiest goals, and most daring innovations ever embarked upon by a developer. Its arrival into the exclusive ranks of PlayStation 3 Greatest Hits validates its designers' achievements and helps bring their unique vision to a larger audience. Priced to own at only $29.99, there has never been a better time to find out what everyone's been talking about."

With so many great games on the horizon, all of which destined to cost $60, you can grab a game that guarantees longevity for half that price...provided you can handle the inherent difficulty. By the way, if you're an avid collector and you wish to have the original packaging, you had best act fast; those will soon disappear and will be replaced by the Greatest Hits version. The press release doesn't mention any additions but then again, who needs 'em? This is Demon's Souls!

Tags: demons souls, atlus, demon''s souls ps3

9/15/2010 2:40:37 PM Ben Dutka

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Comments (64 posts)

Underdog15
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 2:53:48 PM
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I just started this title last night, actually. It's super tough, but I love it! After reading up, perhaps it wasn't wise for a rookie like me to start off as a magician.

Still, I'm looking forward to playing it more tonight!

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frostface
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:08:36 PM

If you only started last night dude, go back and start again as a Soldier.
You can still keep your magician profile, so when you get a better feel for the game you can just go between the two.
It's challenging either way, I've cleared it twice now but still get my ass served to me with my magician profile, which I've hardly been able to do anything with up to now.

I'm so glad to see this game getting such recognition...I really want to see a sequel but even if From Software keep their word and we don't get one, I'll still go back and play this one over and over again.

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laxpro2001
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:29:12 PM

I pulled the mage off on my first playthrough. Took some patience but It felt rewarding. Its definitely doable. I'd say keep going!

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:47:37 PM

Don't follow what others say

Choose the class you really want to play as and stick with it.

Glad you picked up this masterpiece

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Underdog15
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:24:45 PM

Yeah, thanks. I'm going to keep at the magician. I'm a perfectionist, so chances are, if I really love the title, I'll be going for platinum, which probably means a few playthroughs with different classes.

I beat up the phalanx. Any particular order I should take on the worlds with now?

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Scarecrow
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 2:07:18 AM

Sounds good.
And yes, you can go to any of the 5 worlds now.

Be mentally ready, it's a dangerous world out there.

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sirbob6
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:02:30 PM
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I'd like to give a round of applause for Demon's Soul. Truly marvelous game and much deserving to title of greatest hit.

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hellish_devil
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:07:01 PM
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Well this is indeed great news. Demon's Souls is one of the best experiences in videogaming. Now for everyone out there who didn't buy it or were not sure because of the difficulty, this game is really worth your time and your effort, like, all your effort.

Now From Software, if you're not giving us a sequel, then just give us that damn 6th archstone!

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:07:39 PM
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Game is busted and unbalanced.

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frostface
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:13:52 PM

I know you'd a bad experience with playing the game. I don't know how far you managed to get through it, but I'd say try give it one more shot. It's not a flawless game but it's definitely not broken. It can feel that way at the start when you're getting your ass kicked but when you start really leveling up, you can be a God and nothing will get in your way...Well perhaps another player who invades your world and walks off with all your souls, that sucks but keeps you on your toes.

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LimitedVertigo
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:17:23 PM

::giggle::

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:18:46 PM

hang on, I wanna see how many of you I can drag out.

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Underdog15
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:25:50 PM

You guys are weird. lol

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frostface
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:48:54 PM

How many of who you can drag out? I was just saying give it another shot, once you get into it you might like it. Or am I missing something?

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:03:57 PM

I'll go with the unbalanced part, but busted seems off...

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:25:06 PM

Down thumbers :) Sorry for the minute trolling Ben, people just feel SOO strongly about this title and well okay here is my official critics opinion:

I understand that the appeal of the game is to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges and I suppose there is still a niche place for that but I believe that since gaming has advanced beyond the need to incorporate many many deaths into a rather short game just to make it last for months (See most NES titles, lots of SNES titles) we have reached a point in which it is nolonger appealing or necessary for the player to die just to learn the strategy of how to get by.

It's like the Kobiyashi Maru (sp?) in Star Trek, you are in a no-win situation just to see how you perform. I think that aspect of gaming is nolonger necessary, any situation should be at least remotely survivable.

And yeah, it's unbalanced because the role you choose drastically affects your ability to survive. Unless you want to argue that the character you choose should suffice as a difficulty option. Also, you are too severely punished in those deaths in that you lose the aids you have acquired to get you by in the first place. That is my final word.

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laxpro2001
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:32:09 PM

Only multiplayer is busted and unbalanced, and thats more issues of lag as far as black phantoms invading. Co-op isn't bad at all though and the lag doesn't screw you up because you aren't fighting each other.

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Alienange
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 5:20:36 PM

Well now I know why WorldEnds doesn't like online multiplayer FPS. He doesn't like dying. I should have known. All this time I thought you were just prejudice.

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:28:25 PM

You need to read more, I said I don't think we need situations in games in which it is necessary to die a ridiculous number of times to circumnavigate a level. Online multiplayer has maps, and has nothing to do with why I'm not into online FPS.

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:54:37 PM

The game's neither broken nor unbalanced.

I respect both Ben and World, but that statement is purely not true at all.

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BTNwarrior
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:04:10 PM

It is never nessisary to die in the game to advance. The fact that you can die easy is so that you think out situations before you advance, it makes it so that you can't just twitch game the whole thing. Instead you have to be cautious, if you think you can just run through a level and just attack you are going to die. Personally I died a few times when I first started playing, but after I got the hang of it and took it slow I was able to complete levels I had never played without dieing once. So you don't ever have to die to advance, you just need to be awar of your surroundings and not try to rush through a level

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:22:58 PM

In any case, I keep my stance that there are more creative ways to create a sense of accomplishment.

For instance I prefer an Uncharted puzzle over that swimming/sweeping death platform stunt on God of War I. That was just pointless.

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LimitedVertigo
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:33:10 PM

I take back a couple of my giggles, you've made your case quite well World. I agree with many of your points. Games from the 80s and early 90s were unjustifiably hard, most times it seems to lengthen the play through.

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Lotusflow3r
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 3:27:11 PM
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The more i think of this game, the more i put it among the most original, innovative, atmospheric, artistic and greatest games of all time. A bold statement that i say with ease.

Twas the game of the year '09 and top 5 of the gen so far.

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Shams
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:10:30 PM

Although, I personally wouldn't say "of all time", i most certainly give it mad props. Not quite at the level of Shadow of the Collusus, but still upper-class as an excursion through beautiful game design.

A lot has been said about the difficulty, and while it seems that way in the beginning, once you pick up a good weapon combination (spear/shield), start leveling up, and can wield a projectile and/or magic, the game isn't exactly what i call hard, or tedious (either on NG, or NG+). You have to pay attention, so you can't button-mash your way to victory, but doesn't take long for one to figure out the strategies necessary for every enemy.

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Lotusflow3r
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:25:57 PM

I agree on the difficulty. Wasn't THAT hard, it's designed for you to THINK about attacking, not just button mashing. It was a complete breath of fresh air against all the mind numbing games this gen. What's more, once you learn it, as said, you get rewarded. The system is one of the most balanced and fair i've seen. It's flawless.

DS had it all.

I agree that SOTC had more atmosphere and artistic merit, but everything else, DS is certainly competitive.

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:57:11 PM

Indeed, easily top 5 in my book.

This game is the kind of game that just amazes you each and every day you play it again.

Such artistic vision...
Innovative gameplay...

If you really invest enough time in it you will really come to understand why it is the masterpiece that it is.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:46:26 PM

I love the music in Valley of Defilement when you get to where Maiden Astraea is and you fight Garl Vinland, i love that music makes the fight even more epic.

I was SL 189 but my PS3 YL on me =( I only needed to do a few more upgrading with the stones and get a few spells/miracles and i would of got platinum. =/

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BikerSaint
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:06:10 PM
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I want this game, but I'm not sure about if I'll wind up playing it or not.

So tell me please, is this a game I'd be able to play in SP mode(since I only do single player modes)?

If I need MP/on-line for it, then it will just have to wait till later for my collection instead(and no cares if regular version or greatest hits).

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Shams
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:17:58 PM

If you sign-off the network, then yes, it will become a purely sp experience. However, a good deal of the game's charm comes from it's mp-integration. While there isn't a seperate mp-mode, per se, the game populates it levels with "spectres" of others playing at the same place and time as you (those who are ranked similarily according stat level). Now, there are areas where these people can summon or be summoned by you (to cooperate in defeating a boss for instance) to brighten one's soul tendency and share in the rewards of accrued souls, or they can invade and/or duel you for stealing or betting on the souls you've accrued (and darkening one's soul tendency). You can even summon others to help you defeat an invader! So while it isn't everything, it introduces additional layers of suspense and strategy to an already beautifully designed game...

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Jordahn
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:23:13 PM

You'll be fine in SP mode by just logging off the network before starting the game. You will miss out on reading hints from other players, but you don't have to play MP if you stay logged on. The only case you'll have to work around is being invaded by another player when in body form depending on where you are in the game. I recommend doing some research on this. It will get you far.

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frostface
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:24:24 PM

Thing is, I have the US copy and a crappy internet connection most of the time, so I ended up playing through the game mostly in SP mode due to lack of connectivity with the servers. You definitely don't need to be connected to the internet to play.

However, it doesn't do MP like any other game out there. The MP involves other people invading your world, or you invading theirs. When one of you dies, you go back to your world again.
Also if you do get to a Boss fight and you can't beat it on your own, you can summon another player from their world and have them help you out.

It's not essential to be connected but it is a very nicely implemented feature like no other. Also by being connected to the servers, you can touch blood stains from other players who've died in the area you're in. You can think of them as a warning of sorts by seeing how that person died. Also you can leave messages for other players. If your message gets recommended, your health bar gets filled. It's also fun to leave false messages sometimes just to be a bad b**tard and lead someone in the wrong direction.

For the $30 price tag, you'll be getting a fantastic game, whether or not you play connected to the server.

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Shams
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:31:03 PM

I've had that issue. If especially you've been logged on for a while, the connection to the servers drops off, in which case you just quit (the game automatically saves where ever you are), and restart. You'll notice that when you stop seeing messages, blood-stains, and spectres. Very rarely the psn connection is the reason, though, as far as mine own is concerned.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:48:53 PM

Just stay in Soul Form, and you won't have to worry about invaders.

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gangan19
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:07:39 PM
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I love this game allot!!! enjoy every minute of it!

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BikerSaint
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:14:10 PM

Shams, Jordahn, & frostface,

Thanks for all the 411 on it.

I did remember reading & seeing trailers about the help/hurt souls & blood hint's but I couldn't remember if it was DS or not.

Sounds interesting, and I'll really have to check out DS some more first since it's an RGP(and we usually don't get along together).

But never the less, RPG or not, I will get it
just as I also bought, &then sampled the beginning's of FFVII, FF Tactics, FFX, FFX2, FFXI, FFXII, Saga Frontier, Xenogears, Fallout3 GOTY, and many other RPG's.

OK, I'm now heading off to YouTube to check out some Demon Soul gameplay vids.

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gangan19
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:49:45 PM

dude this game got me hooked for weeks, my heart was beating alot...when i know if i die...i'll lose x amount of souls..lol...fun stuff

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Jordahn
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:16:44 PM
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Greatest Hits, $29.99, awesome. But it's been at $29.99 for at least a month around here so that's nothing new. Since it's been $29.99, how does selling it as a Greatest Hits at $29.99 help sales? Why not maybe $24.99 to help push sales a little more?

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Shams
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:26:35 PM

I got it on sale, used, for 24.99, though I felt i should've bought brand-new, only realizing after playing it, in order to reward the developers on a job well done.

I think the annoucement is more about DS being counted as a "Greatest Hit" title, more so, than just a marketing of a new price point.

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MyWorstNightmar
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 5:34:43 PM

Agreed. The title "Greatest Hits" has a certain amount of clout that comes with it, and will bring this game to the attention of a larger audience. Just bringing the price point down to $29.99 when they did a while back doesn't get anyones attention, unless they are specifically looking for this game. But slap a "Greatest Hits" banner across the top, and it is like a neon sign saying "Buy Me!"

This might be just what the doctor ordered to get a Demon's Souls 2 in motion.

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mexgeo86
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:24:15 PM
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A true gem of a game. I should really go back and get the 4 or 5 trophies left for platinum.

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Geobaldi
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 4:48:46 PM
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Amazon had it for $20 during a lightning sale earlier.

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Alienange
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 5:28:26 PM
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This is one of those games that just proves beyond a shadow of a doubt, that unique, creative and innovative games are welcomed and embraced by Playstation owners everywhere.

Devs need to understand this. It really DOES matter what console you focus on. Way to go Atlus, way to go.

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LimitedVertigo
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 5:42:45 PM

Hows the weather in Canada?

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:29:43 PM

Actually, while higher than expected, the sales weren't so grand.

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:03:03 PM

They were grand when you consider that it didn't cost much to develop

Plus the fact that ATLUS didn't pay a dime in marketing/advertising.

Compared to big franchises like FF the sales can be seen as "not grand." But by itself selling almost 1 million is a lot.

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RebelJD
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:04:11 PM
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Demon's Souls and Shadow of Colossus in the same sentence? Are they really that similar? I owned it up in Shadow of Colossus, difficulty has never been an issue with me and games.

I'm getting this game.

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Lotusflow3r
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 8:13:22 PM

Yes, one of the 1st things that i noticed about the game was a very team Ico feel present. There are also a couple of battles that are SOTC-like minus the depth (It's merely a battle in DS rather than an emotional challenge as in SOTC).

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 6:57:05 PM
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Amazon Gold Box: Demon's Souls $20
http://ow.ly/2EVFs

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:43:18 PM

What? It may not be for me but I encourage others to enjoy.

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Snaaaake
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 6:01:24 AM

I know you're playing it World.

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:06:05 PM
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Makes me cringe everytime I see that people actually bought FFXIII and not Demon's Souls.

Is like "what the hell are they thinking?"

Demon's Souls steps all over any rpg released this gen. Even story/plot wise it really is a deep game/experience.

If people don't get it for this low price I feel sad for the future of gaming.

Up there with Uncharted 2, MGS4, Infamous, etc.

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Lotusflow3r
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 8:14:26 PM

Agreed.

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BikerSaint
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:06:51 PM
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Crap, that's a great deal.
But it's a shame that it's a Lightening deal so it's got only 55 minutes left on the clock to buy.

No credit card, & I'm flat broke till Friday.

GRRRRRR!

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BTNwarrior
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 7:10:44 PM
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As proff of how good this game is. I have a friend who since launch had been playing nothing but MW2, he was a twitch gamer beyond belief. But one night when we were drinking at my house I let him try out Demon's Souls. Ever since he has become somewhat of an addict. So if this game can switch a twitch gamer over to an RPG player, then it must be considered one of the best RPGs of all time. Because no other RPG I tried to make him play did it, not even Fallout.

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Kiryu
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:32:00 PM
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Will the online stuff make the game a little easier or the difficulty will be same?

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 9:58:45 PM

It will be easy since they have it on Pure White Tendency right now.

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Scarecrow
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 @ 10:28:54 PM

Correction, the White Tendency event ended a long time ago.

@Kiryu,
The game will be hard regardless. If you play online you might get help from other players (blue phantoms) but at the same time your world might get invaded by a black phantom player whose goal is to kill you and steal your souls.

If you play offline the server will not help you. The server as it is makes your worlds easier (raising your world's tendency). Tendency = difficulty. The whiter your worlds the easier they are, the blacker they are the harder they are. So if you play offline you could easily find yourself playing in black tendency, your worlds will be extra hard.

Both scenarios have their pluses and minuses. Online is the better option since that's how the game is supposed to be played.

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Clamedeus
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 12:38:31 AM

Ah, didn't know that i haven't checked since my PS3 died.

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Scarecrow
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 2:34:09 AM

Wow, sorry to hear that Clamedeus :(
I hope you can pay to fix it (or even fix it yourself, there's some youtube vids that show you how).

Or the best option, get a Slim. I've got one and I can tell you it's easily the quietest/nicest console I've owned. Only ps1 is just as smooth. Doesn't heat up at all either.

Anyway, hope you get to play DS again

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Lawless SXE
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 2:04:58 AM
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Great game... need to get back to it sometime. I really want to play more than just the first world. >.>

But, what about FROM Software's new title. Announced by Sony at TGS, the spiritual successor to Demon's Souls, it is Project Dark!

Alright, I'm talking it up here. I know nothing about the game other than the title and this from Hidetaka Miyazaka "for those who enjoyed Demon's Souls, those who like From's dark fantasy games, and those who just like games will enjoy the new game."
Awesome Peace!

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Scarecrow
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 2:30:33 AM

OMG! Dude!!!
Thanks for the info!

Sony and From Software delivered! Thank you! "for those who enjoyed Demon's Souls." That's all I needed to hear.

Even if the name's different, as long as it's still an action/rpg I'll be all over this game.

Sadly they've only shown the project's logo...

Can't wait to see the first images/trailers of it!

It's also scheduled to come out next year. First day import for me!

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Lotusflow3r
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 8:09:09 AM

This is exactly the route i wanted FROM to go! Make a spiritual successor, not a sequel!

Oh lord.....this is going to be big.

Exclusive?

EDIT: Just looked, it's for 360 too.

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TheOldOne
Thursday, September 16, 2010 @ 3:12:03 PM
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The "Greatest Hits" title is very well deserved for this excellent japanese rpg. They should make a DLC for DS now ... :(

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