Dark Souls III
About the Game:
Initial release date: March 24, 2016
Genre: Action role-playing game
Series: Souls, Dark Souls
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Publishers: FromSoftware, Bandai Namco Entertainment
Dark Souls III Game Review:
In the midst of unconditional fans of the series Souls, there is a certain fear with respect to Dark Souls 3 (DS3). This third part comes out very soon after the very successful Bloodborne, which raises some questions. From Software has had the time to fine-tune its project and give it its own identity? The first images and videos broadcast reveal several similarities between the two projects, both at the visual level and in terms of gameplay approach. Back on the saga, producer Hidetaka Miyazaki had played a secondary role in the development of Dark Souls II in order to devote himself fully to Bloodborne. The following, we know, with a second part of the series Dark Souls certainly appreciated, but for much below the first component both in terms of consistency in its level design and general atmosphere.
Once the controller is set, the thing seems clear: the liabilities of Miyazaki’s work was injected into Dark Souls 3 to the point of turning this new episode into a kind of best-of licensing mechanics on which the man worked. Mixed between the fluidity of the fighting of a Demon’s Souls and a Bloodborne, DS3 is immediately more nervous than these two predecessors. He does not forget to keep guard, parades and other attacks in the back of the series of Souls to perpetuate the approach philosophy of the battles of the license. Fans of Bloodborne who have never touched a Souls game will be as disoriented as those who swear by Demon’s / Dark Souls without having tried the last excluded PS4 from the Japanese studio. Anyway, Dark Souls 3 transpires From From everywhere the will of From Software to reconnect with the spirit Demon’s Souls while enlightening him of his recent work on Bloodborne.
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