Dark Souls III Super Review: Tough Action

Real Talk By: The Wizard

Being a huge Souls Fan since the good ol’ days of Demon’s Souls, and even King’s Field way back on PS1.  I have been so eager to not only play DS III, but to do a write-up.  I picked up Dark Souls III on release, and easily could of written up a quick review after only 10 hours a day of game-time, but that’s not legit.  Here at Play Legit, we are about what is legit, and that means unbiased, gamer’s perspective reviews from someone who has invested a great deal of time into the game.  A real review drops when someone has invested a serious amount of time in the game to learn the mechanics, and to make sure they completely understand the game, thus giving the game a fair scoring.  Since I have now dumped over 70 hours into Dark Souls 3, and am nearing the end of my second play through, I feel the time has come.  So let’s get this thing started. Continue reading “Dark Souls III Super Review: Tough Action”

The Coin-Op Question: Are AAA Games Too Easy?

Real Talk By: KJ

It’s either the length of game being too-short, or a final boss showdown leaving a bad taste in your mouth.  It could even be thugs you face during a story mode never providing a true challenge.  What ever reason it may be, the industry (AAA games most importantly) seem to be going super-casual.  Or have they? Continue reading “The Coin-Op Question: Are AAA Games Too Easy?”

Certified Stamp of Approval: Far Cry 4 & Bloodborne

Real Talk By: The AX

It’s been a while since I’ve played Far Cry 4, but now and then you get the urge to go back to something you loved the first time you played it. Thankfully, Far Cry 4 is one of those games that holds up the second time you play it, at least in terms of the amount of fun you have just running around the map. Continue reading “Certified Stamp of Approval: Far Cry 4 & Bloodborne”