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Lords of The Fallen Articles

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  • Does Lords of the Fallen Live Up to Dark Souls?

    Prepare to Die. Has there even been a more appropriate tagline for an RPG than From Software’s Dark Souls? In an age where accessibility seemed to be the mantra, the Dark Souls franchise seemed to stick out its chin in defiance. As “punishingly difficult” and “supremely rewarding” became its selling points, masses of players rallied under its mystique, guaranteeing the rest of the industry would answer. Lords of the Fallen is that answer. The question is: does it stack up?

    Posted on 10/31/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Review Forthcoming…

    Lords of the Fallen is a clear and up front homage to the Dark/Demon Souls series from From Software. As a strategic action RPG with a strong difficulty curve plus lots of loot and replay value, Deck13 Interactive and CI Games have made no bones about the inspiration behind their gothic RPG. But does it hold a candle to the esteemed Souls games? Read on for our initial impressions.

    Posted on 10/28/2014 by William Murphy
  • Taking the ‘Dark Souls’ Formula to Next Gen

    Players looking for a real challenge in their games found it in From Software’s ‘Souls’ series and the success of ‘Souls’ has inspired quite a few developers to try their own hand at creating similar experiences. One such game on the horizon is Deck13’s Lords of the Fallen, but the game is not without some key differences.

    Posted on 09/04/2014 by Michael Bitton
  • Dragon Age's Hinterlands Unveiled

    Another week has gone by and that means more RPG news is on the offer. Thankfully, the RPG Files is here with all the news that’s fit to print, presented to you in the special, snarky way that only we can. This week we have a victory for gender equality, an extended look at Dragon Age: Inquisition, a new game from one of the producers of The Witcher coming to stores, the many collector’s editions of Bungie’s Destiny, and more. There’s always more.

    Posted on 07/11/2014 by Christopher Coke

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  • Taking the ‘Dark Souls’ Formula to Next Gen

    Players looking for a real challenge in their games found it in From Software’s ‘Souls’ series and the success of ‘Souls’ has inspired quite a few developers to try their own hand at creating similar experiences. One such game on the horizon is Deck13’s Lords of the Fallen, but the game is not without some key differences.

    Posted on 09/04/2014 by Michael Bitton

General Articles

  • Review Forthcoming…

    Lords of the Fallen is a clear and up front homage to the Dark/Demon Souls series from From Software. As a strategic action RPG with a strong difficulty curve plus lots of loot and replay value, Deck13 Interactive and CI Games have made no bones about the inspiration behind their gothic RPG. But does it hold a candle to the esteemed Souls games? Read on for our initial impressions.

    Posted on 10/28/2014 by William Murphy

Columns

  • Does Lords of the Fallen Live Up to Dark Souls?

    Prepare to Die. Has there even been a more appropriate tagline for an RPG than From Software’s Dark Souls? In an age where accessibility seemed to be the mantra, the Dark Souls franchise seemed to stick out its chin in defiance. As “punishingly difficult” and “supremely rewarding” became its selling points, masses of players rallied under its mystique, guaranteeing the rest of the industry would answer. Lords of the Fallen is that answer. The question is: does it stack up?

    Posted on 10/31/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • Dragon Age's Hinterlands Unveiled

    Another week has gone by and that means more RPG news is on the offer. Thankfully, the RPG Files is here with all the news that’s fit to print, presented to you in the special, snarky way that only we can. This week we have a victory for gender equality, an extended look at Dragon Age: Inquisition, a new game from one of the producers of The Witcher coming to stores, the many collector’s editions of Bungie’s Destiny, and more. There’s always more.

    Posted on 07/11/2014 by Christopher Coke

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