AccursedT- see you space cowboy
- Jun 6, 2013
I think From is tired too. Bloodborne was good, but DS2 and 3 felt like they phoned it in. The worlds feel smaller and less interconnected in every game, while there has been way less diversity in types of builds. I can't believe they essentially ruined poise and magic, forcing you to play a certain type of character. While this has been going on the lore has become more convoluted and formulaic. The Lore from the different games don't make sense together. Every game has a crestfallen warrior. Every game has a maiden in black. Every game has patches. Multiple games have an Astraea character. Enough already!Casual Shinji said:I don't know man. After DS3 I felt rather Soul'd out.Fox12 said:The answer to that question is always noCasual Shinji said:Don't we sort of have enough of these games now?
We got Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, Dark Souls 3, and Bloodborne, which most likely will get a sequel of it's own. Then there's Nioh coming out early next year.
I think we're good Souls wise, wouldn't you say?
I'm a bit tired of the formula.
I'm fine with similar gameplay, but I want some originality as well. Something like Bloodborne. As for other companies, I want them to take inspiration from the Souls games, but I want them to do their own thing. Most people don't know that the biggest inspiration for Demon/Dark Souls was Ico and Shadow of the Collosus. That's where Miyazaki got the whole interconnected locations thing. I want someone to be inspired by Dark Souls in the way that Dark Souls was inspired by Ico. In other words, I want something different.