Give Nioh a shot.
Nioh is less about skill and more about stats—they take the wrong approach to RPGs.
This is the falsest comment I've ever read.
if your weapon isn't always constantly up to date and if you haven't been grinding/getting good equipment from certain levels then you're in a spot of trouble.
You don't need to grind in Souls, that's the best part about SoulsBorne. You can run around at Sl1 and beat every boss.
It honestly should be free, they've washed out the colours of the game—terrible decision, it's made it look worse, they've added animated foliage? Really? Functioning Multiplayer without having to deal with Wolf's mod, which is the only reason to play it again. And that's about it.
Guess that's what we get when you get passionless money-milkers "remastering" a game.
Two ladies are sitting in a veterinary waiting room with their dogs. One of them has a large Rottweiler. She peers over at the other and asks “what are you in for?”
The second has a tiny Terrier. She looks up abruptly and replies “ohhhh well Rosco here gets so excited when the mail is delivered. He runs all over the house and then mounts my leg. I can’t do anything with him in that state... so I’m having him fixed. How about you?”
The first lady snaps back “oh my! I have the same issue with Brutus here! When I go out to get the paper, as soon as I bend down he’s all over me!”
“Oh you’re getting him fixed then?”
“No, I’m getting his nails trimmed...”
no, it's when she gets out of the shower.
We have a strong sense of personal liberty, we truly understand the importance of the individual, and in practice we are the most free country on the planet
we're slaves to insurance companies, forced to buy a car because America's public transportation infrastructure is horrendous. Indiviuslaim is neat and all, actually not, it's not: it's awful, we fear mockery and shame for asking another person for help when we need it.
No, we arent
We are a large country, public transportation is not practical
Individualism gets a robust society that survives drastic changes with minimal losses
balance is important, and we are not a balanced society. Public transportation is practical, to say it's not practical is ludicrous; The size of a country makes no difference.
It's not specific to any particular bit, but my regular ritual whenever a new chapter dropped was to put the Bloodborne soundtrack on to pretty much any spot at random for background music. Especially in the back half of the story it fit fairly well thematically besides being great in and of itself.
The best soundtracks reflect the quality of the original work that it's being used for. (As well as being played live, digital orchestra's cannot begin to compare)