Such blood, much wow. I recently got this game and, being completely new to Souls games, I suck. Badly. However, between the lovecraftian lore, amazing graphics, and interesting-if mind-numbingly hard-gameplay, it's worth it. What are you guys' opinions. Also, is it just me, or does the old guy from the first cutscene have a blood fetish?
Everyone does, actually.
...What is that a response to? It's a bit unclear...
Everyone in Olde Yarnam / whatever has a thing for blood. Lots of it.
...You just made me picture a blood orgy.
...Strangely, I'm okay with that.
You've got massive, multi-appendaged monsters, beasts of impressive size and stature, an entire town driven mad, and even dolls that act like humans. Having a thing for blood is the least of your worries...
I just realized... Bloodborne would be in interesting setting for an RP. -stares at Claw, Swift, Delta, etc.-
Well, I was doing a post-apocalyptic game where you fight demons and the lifeblood of your enemies could be used both as currency and a power source, but it was mostly in the modern age. That doesn't necessarily mean that utter devastation of most of the world(s) would keep steampunk societies from forming...
Don't look at me! I don't even have Bloodborne, let alone a next-gen console! Hell, my GM game has been off for awhile now, too (though I will admit I've been improving as of late).
Is that the game that makes me think of The Monstumologist by Yancey....?
Is the Monstrumologist worth reading, m8?
EDIT: And it's a Ps4 exlusive. Sowwies.
I just got it; let's see if it's as hard as you say, m833.
I find it a little easier than Dark Souls, but that's because I've usually always been the quick roll-aroundy type.
Fuck. Having trouble making it past the bit with all the pitchforks and torches.
... This is going to be a long game.
PROTIP: When given a choice between the cane, the saw, and the axe, use the axe. The big R2 spin attack knocks down everything around you. EVERYTHING! Or you could use the saw and just stun-lock everyone... Just don't get the cane. It might look pimp-a-licious, but you spend most of your battles running around as opposed to hitting shit.
PROTIP 2: Or just use your fist and a torch for the whole game. I'm pretty sure there's a challenge for that.
Cane is based god.
I picked the cane, and I'm beginning to think that it was a mistake.
The cane's not for some people. I personally don't like hitting people with paper fans and running away until the next open spot, no matter how fast it is.