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Dragon's Dogma vs. Dark Souls

curzonmike |  Jul. 31, 2012 at 14:51

Ok...so I've finally played both of these games through twice and I can't decide which one I like better.

Dragon's Dogma has a much better control system, I love the Pawn mechanics but the camera is horrible and the world is really really bland (apart from the monsters).

Dark Souls has a fantastic world, it's also got a really interesting online aspect, I like the difficulty of it all, but I hate the unresponsive controls.

I can't help but feel that if they combined forces (a Namco vs. capcom RPG), the result would be spectacular!

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gambe1984  Jul. 31, 2012 at 18:28

Dragons Dogma was excellent and camera was fine from my perspective, and Dark souls has deliberate sluggish controls to make it harder, so missed a point in the game on that one.

Jerec  Jul. 31, 2012 at 21:19

Dragons Dogma initially seems great, but I've not become so bored with the samey quests and traipsing all over the place that I can't find the ompf to finish it.

Dark Souls was amazing, I even got my Platinum trophy I enjoyed it so much.

Zak12  Jul. 31, 2012 at 21:34

I generally love action RPGs, bought Dragon's Dogma on release day but was massively disappointed. I have completed it but never found myself particularly enjoying it.

Dark Souls is great though 1000/1000 gamerscore and ready for more, can't wait for the DLC!

Beatchef  Jul. 31, 2012 at 23:50

Dark souls has deliberate sluggish controls to make it harder, so missed a point in the game on that one.


Dark Souls only made the controls sluggish if you were heavily armoured or encumbered. If you were in light armour or were really strong, you could turn on a penny and roll around like an acrobat. Saying that reminds me of that one item you could get off that one guy that let you do flips instead of rolls haha

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