Excerpt: Demon's Souls was originally released back in 2009 exclusively for PlayStation 3, and the hit game became an instant classic for this generation of gaming and has spawned a multi-platform sequel that has become one of the most loved action role playing games of all-time in Dark Souls and an upcoming third release in the series that has kept fans super excited ever since the game was announced at the 2012 Video Game Awards.
Excerpt: Demon’s Souls is that rare game which gets developers the world over scrambling to emulate its genre-redefining features. This PS3 exclusive is a title which can join the elite club of other revolutionary games such as Grand Theft Auto III, Metroid Prime, Resident Evil 4 and Super Mario Galaxy.
Conclusion: It is rare to play a game that makes as many brave design choices – and that attempts to introduce so many new concepts – as those on show in Demon’s Souls; it’s rarer still for a title to pull these decisions off quite so effortlessly and with such cohesion. From Software, however, have managed to do just that and in refusing to compromise their vision have hewn a spiky, engaging, challenging and magical experience that breathes fresh life into what can be the stalest...
Excerpt: Souvent enfermé dans un univers et une marche artistique spécifique au genre, le RPG japonais peut parfois manquer d'originalité. S'aventurant dans une brèche plus marginale, le développeur nippon From Software nous concocte Demon's Souls , un jeu de rôle s'inspirant fortement de l'ambiance des jeux de plateau et plus généralement des mythes occidentaux.
Summary: Well, that was one HELL of a week playing through Demon’s Souls . I put this title off for far too long and I’m really happy that so many of you kept hounding me to get on this bastard. For only 15 bucks, you really can’t beat the price as long as you’re willing to really get into it and deal with some serious frustrations along the way! Even after all of the crazy hard enemies, bosses and players who jumped into my game and ganked my ass, I still loved it.