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Subject: Re: What next for PS3 Date: 6/8/2012 7:30 PM
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I know you're obsessed. I haven't played Demon Souls. Should I get it or skip it?

Only cause it's gooood! :) 9.5 on Gamespot, but you might want to read some reviews since as I've said before it's not necessarily for everyone.

I'd play Dark Souls first and if you really like it then you can always go back and play Demon Souls. There's no story dependency there (not much of a story at all anyway).

More importantly, Dark Souls, while very hard, is a lot more forgiving than Demon Souls in many ways, and that takes some of the frustration out of failure when it happens.
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