23:10 - moonflash I'm looking to get it for the ps3 anyway as my PC is kinda old. Hmm seems like both have their strengths. Demon's souls also only around 13€ used on amazon, so might as well get both!
23:00 - !J.O.O.E.! Really though, the gameplay of both is basically identical aside from a few things here and there (no middle roll for Demon's for example)
22:56 - !J.O.O.E.! Dark Souls is slightly easier too I think. Both are great though, you won't find Demon's Souls worse for playing DS first, even though there's fewer items and a non-open world. It has it's own strengths.
22:43 - PocketMetal also Demon Souls is not available on PC , and Dark Souls port need you to actually fix some stuff before playing. but they've promised a proper DS2 port.
22:39 - PocketMetal I would say Dark Souls , simply because it's a refined version of Demon Souls and it is still very hard to play. but Dark Souls 2 is coming out soon and it's not based on Dark Souls or at least not directly related.
22:31 - moonflash What game would you guys recommend for someone who hasn't played either and looking to get into the hype: Demon souls or Dark souls?
Dubai-based death metallers Nervecell have finished writing the songs for their next studio album. The recordings will take place somewhere next month. The band issued the following update:
"We are really thrilled that the writing process for the new album has been successfully completed and the band is eager to enter the studio next month and start recording. We've been working really hard on this record through out this year and in between the tours we've had in Europe and Asia. All the pre-production for the songs are done and we're very happy with how everything has turned out for us so far.
The new songs are sounding aggressive, fast and dark! The fans can expect a heavy dosage of old school death metal, modern thrash metal, intertwined with our touch of Eastern melodies and brutality. Needless to say there will be more exciting news and surprises featured on this new record to follow.
The new (as-yet-untitled) album is set for a release early 2011 on Lifeforce Records (Europe) / Spellbind Records (Middle East). This will mark the follow-up to the much anticipated 2009 debut Preaching Venom which was released in Europe in October 2009 on Lifeforce Records."
The band will announce the album title and more details in the upcoming weeks, so make sure you stay tuned.
I cant wait for this new beast! been waiting. I really hope that Dave Haley is still the blaster, it appears he is so im def stoked to hear the next. im surprised to see theyre still on Lifeforce, woulda figured Nuclear Blast wouldve picked them up by now...