I’m with you. I pretty much play exclusively online, and I’m always pleasantly surprised when there are still people playing nowadays. It’s not just an interactive art-piece for me, it’s also usually a profound multiplayer experience.
An influx of new players is exciting, as is the prospect of starting over with everybody else.
That’s what I thought! The game is already beautiful, so it’s not so much the up-port I’m anticipating but the influx of new players and people to share the…ahem…Journey, with. Even nowadays though, the PS3 version still gives me some awesome and unique multiplayer experiences.
Yeah, it’s not even funny now.
I’m totally fine with touch-screen controls (been playing games on the iPad for awhile) but those graphics? Blegh, no thanks. Besides, they would have to change the balance of the enemy encounters to account for the reduced fidelity of the touch-screen controls. I had a similar problem with Bastion for the iPad, it didn’t feel like the “real” game.
I loved my brawler-playthrough of Dark Souls 2. I had a cestus for every occasion!