If you play the same "guess what the tiny pictures are" game that I play then you have come here to cheat and see what the bar code really is. It should be Muddy Waters.
I took forever to solo him, about 20 tries. Glitched me to the wall in about three of those tries, sometimes I would break free but the game would magnet me back to the wall. Such a relief to know it happens to others.
Really I thought Sabre put forth quite the crescendo… endo … end… rear end. Damn him and his lewd remarks, I’ll have to stop now.
Take them off and you can be deadly fighting with heels. Heels are in right now for video games, even men wear them.
That’s not good, if it is stress the wait can’t be helping either. Hope you get good news.
Yeah because if this gets even a little bass I’m turning this into another thread about the bottom.
Didn’t Game Republic go bust making movie license junk? I guess the market just isn’t there anymore.
Ah you must be pretty good in co-op, I find it makes most bosses really unpredictable. I guess I still have stuff to learn.
In about a dozen or so fights I’ve only seen it once, must be a range thing. He’s way easier up close.
He’s probably the only boss in the game you shouldn’t circle… just walk towards(no attack animation) and away(attack animation). You don’t even need to roll.
I remember that, the children ate the gruel and became slaves looking after alien eggs. I always liked the one about the kid stealing the clown statue’s nose, the clown came alive and broke into his house. Not sure how it ended.
I can only imagine that fight getting infinitely harder with summons. Are you going to ascetic the Dragon Aerie for dragon bones ?
This was my experience too but from doing co-op/ascetics I now know he can do a wind up rocket dash across the arena, it’s a one hit kill for most people.
I think sometimes it’s difficulty can be a bit overstated, there’s regular checkpoints and great shortcut laden level design. What’s more is that using your brain and finding the right way to approach a situation is way more important than having skill and reflexes. Also certain weapons, magics and shields can be so incredibly powerful that they neuter the difficulty somewhat, although by then you’ll probably be far into the game.
Anyway even though I tend to enjoy difficulty and having to use tactics in a fight, the big draw to the Souls series for me is the fantastic art direction, atmosphere and world building. While some bosses and areas stick in peoples minds as difficulty spikes, I’d say most earned their place through being so creatively designed that they capture the imagination and are even emotionally engaging. You get that with any game in the Souls series and I’d say with how much cheaper it is now I’d go with Dark Souls 1.
Long story short, if it was the difficult series it’s advertised as I wouldn’t be as interested in it.
I wouldn’t worry about feeling guilty invading, for some people being invaded is a really thrilling change of pace. You are enhancing their gaming experience with your efforts. I was really disappointed to only be invaded three or four times on my first play through, you must persevere.
I’ve recently tried invading an I admit it does make me feel a bit guilty but I really enjoy playing hide and seek. Oh and having to use detective skills to find out where they went is good fun too. Straight up fights aren’t as fun or satisfying though.
Yeah the Demon of Song is too easy, really anti-climactic for that area. Maybe if the water filled up and slowed your movement like in the flexile sentry fight it could be more interesting. Good boss to coop late game at the moment for some reason.
Even though I don’t use it I love what they did with magic this time around. Reminds me of those fighting game characters that have to keep people away, before it was sort of a joke. The evil N+ blue people must have killed me a dozen times with their magic swords before I started just waiting their buff out, it’s too strong to go toe to toe with.
I would dread doing the Sinner fight on n+ again, not fun.
Very true your options for pure damage per hit are limited and rapiers are the most frustrating thing to use, especially dual wielded when one sword always seems to miss. However you get a great deal more option on how to tackle the game, most of which are safer than strength alternative.
Whips are DEX too and they are excellent crowd control weapons. Also most bosses are easily poisoned for massive damage, which almost every DEX weapon class has a weapon specialized in.
I’m doing a strength run now and I just don’t feel as versatile or like I have the capacity to take advantage of short openings in defense. I guess it’s a personal thing.
People suck against the spear because it hits faster and harder that anything else in melee(around 400-1000 critical damage), it stuns well and nobody seems to understand any of that when they rush in swinging. It’s really too good and there isn’t much it can’t out damage just trading swings .
I tried ADP on a new guy and I’m not completely sold on it’s benefits. I feel like maybe I could chain rolls faster and heal quicker but it’s hard to tell, it could be in my head.
It boosts poison damage though and that’s got me thinking about giving it to the whip guy and taking him up to 140. Most people that invade me seem to be in their 200’s so I may be silly keeping my level lower for coop and invasions.
I still have my fingers crossed for the main team being a single playable character.
You could also use a ring for attunement slots if you want to test out pyromancy.
I don’t know about DEX sucking, if you use pierce weapons/attacks, time your hits for counters and use the Leo ring it can be really strong. With a 2h spear you can usually kill things pretty fast, not magic fast but they’re also less risky to hit with so they have other advantages. Dual wielding can put out good damage too.
Is ADP really useful? I’ve never fussed with it and I seem to dodge and move alright with a high equip load stat instead. I’ve always wondered if I’m missing out on something game changing.
Her ear looks weird with odd wrinkly skin preceding it, probably important to the plot I guess.
She just hasn’t heard it enough times yet or is secretly single. It’s definitely funny.
I thought pagan celebration day was Christmas.
Same, it rains a ton here so I would’ve been pretty bored without games as a kid. The thing I remember most is replaying the start of ff7 over and over with my brother every rainy weekend because we didn’t have a memory card. Going back to it now I feel Midgard is the best bit.
It was great but now I wonder if it gave me an unhealthy habit of marathoning new games over the weekend.