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Re: Dark Souls - October 4th, 2011
Yeh it's definitely not impossible. To be honest with you though, there were points in my SL3 run where it just started feeling like a chore to do, and I feel like if I pushed it even further, I just wouldn't enjoy it. The main reason I powered through on that run was purely because I felt that if I didn't, all of the effort I put in would've just been wasted. For me, there needs to be a balance between challenge and enjoyment (which incidentally is what Dark Souls does impeccably), otherwise really, what's the point?
On another note, who's psyched as shit for Dark Souls 2? I know that with Miyazaki not directing it, many people are sceptical, but I for one am trying to employ as much optimism as I can. It looks and sounds promising from what I've seen/read, and also, I'm really looking forward to playing it completely blind (something I did not do with Dark Souls).