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?
22:07 - AngelofDeth Has Nergal always been this douchy?
Moonspell will release their long-awaited new DVD, "Lusitanian Metal" [cover], in Europe on November 21. The complete tracklisting for the double DVD effort will contain:
- Live At The City Of Ravens (Metalmania, Poland 2004)
- Touch Me In The Eyes (video compilation from "Opium" to "I Will See You In My Dreams", including the never seen making of from "Everything Invaded")
- Century Media Years (Discography)
- Knoweldge (Graveyard impressions, exclusive and extensive interview with the band members shot in a Lisbon graveyard)
Small Hours - The Early Days (1992-1994):
01. Serpent Angel
02. Wolves from the Fog
03. Ancient Winter Goddess
Moonspell's first Show:
05. Goat on Fire
06. Wolves from the Fog
07. Hymn to Lucifer