What’s New in Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition
Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition is bringing even more elements to one of the hardest games that has ever been created. This edition, which seems to be “fully” coming to PC before paying DLC players on the consoles, will enhance the already gorgeous graphics of Dark Souls. The game also adds a ton of new bosses and content to explore, if players are even close to being done with the original game itself.
It is definitely possible to get to that content by playing through the whole game again, with its glitch graphics, impossible fights and bosses, and sketchy quest line. Players are going to have to make that choice; take pride in the hell that I have gone through already and keep on trekking, or start over with the download and attempt to get through it all again for some new stuff. The die-hard fans that find a way to actually enjoy the difficulty of this murder fest are going to be in heaven because what they are already enjoying is going to lead them to some new features, but mainly new graphics in the HD version, as far as frame rates go.
Just one example of the impossible add-ons for the games is the Sanctuary Garden that is guarded by what can only be described as a snow yeti from hell. The thing is huge, has the power to fly, and is faster than any character you can create in any +5 weapon that you can equip. If you open up your stance to even begin an attack in this insane fight, odds are that you are going to get slaughtered with one swing of his paw.
If by some miracle players get past this monster of a boss, you get to have a blast approaching some sort of cavernous void with a growing bass drop in your character’s ears that makes you want to naturally crap your pants. Encountering knights made of stone and scare crow lunatics trying to kill you with pitch forks seems like the easy part in this “devil’s garden”. Getting to the actual sanctuary will provide at least ten hours of gameplay and if you can survive, this seems to make the Dark Souls: Prepare to Die version worth it in the end.