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Great game, tons of fun. The one i recieved however was in pretty poor condition even tho it was sold as used - very good condition, it was returned right away and will just spend the extra $10 on a brand new copy. Pretty hard game but very rewarding feeling when you beat a hard boss, I only found out near the end when I was stuck on the last boss that you could summon a friend or another player to help:) Highly Recommended if you like a large, fun challenging game. Also this version has all the DLC included on the disc.
The gameplay mechanics of DS3 have been hugely improved since DS2. The gameplay is the best in the series. You’re movement is smooth and fast, hit boxes are usually right on. Some of the best and most fun bosses are in this game. I love the boss fights that feel like a fast passed dance. Most bosses are challenging but very doable once you learn their move set. The early game zones are well done and fun to play through. Initially I was very impressed with this game.
Get ready for my rant; It really falls apart with the fan service and poor inconsistency in storytelling. All the call backs get old after a wile. I love an Easter egg but they are too frequent and loose the effect. They overuse enemy ambushes to the point that they are predictable. Enemies have infinite stamina and will stun lock you until you die. Some of the late game optional bosses are difficult to the point of not being fun. When and if you beat them, instead of feeling accomplishment; your just glad it’s over. The DLC is disappointing and detracts instead of adding to the story. DLC is often hard for the sake of being hard instead of fun to play. On the whole DS3 encourages you to play one play style; strength build with a hard hitting weapon. Magic is generally weak and useless. Fast dexterity weapons just don’t do enough damage when you only have time for one hit; if you get hit it’s a good chance you will be killed via stun lock. The final boss is essentially just some guy that you know nothing about and has almost zero lore significance; in other words I neither felt nor cared about him. It’s a decent fight; but he’s about as significant to the story as a minor mini boss.
This is my least favorite Dark Souls game. It’s the only one in the series that I haven’t replayed all the way through because after a certain point, I realize I’m not having fun. That being said I think this game has the best ending in the series (I won’t spoil it). I do enjoy helping other players with though bosses or just helping out with some my favorites. If you enjoy the Dark Souls series you should play it at least once. Who knows, it might be your favorite.