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Dark Souls 2 Moon Butterfly Armour is to die for

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at 12:08pm April 2 2014
Dark Souls 2 Moon Butterfly Armour

So it turns out if you finish Dark Souls 2 three times you can unlock the Moon Butterfly Armour. Not only does this make you look fabulous, as this video shows, it turns your character into an absolute PvP beast. Although that might have something to do with finishing the game three times.

Find the best Dark Souls 2 rings – locations & effects guide

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at 05:35pm March 24 2014
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Here’s a tips guide to help you find the 60-odd rings in Dark Souls 2 and make the best use of them. This range of jewellery can affect HP, combat, magic, online elements, status effects and more. They’re found as treasure, awarded for quest completion, joining covenants and so on.

Dark Souls 2 PS3 beginners tips – rings, combat & boss tactics, & weapons guide

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at 09:42am March 14 2014
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You need Dark Souls 2 tips. Really, you do. Don’t be proud. There’s no shame in admitting The Dragonrider has just killed you 17 consecutive times, you’re Hollow and your max health is teetering around the half way point. That’s where this handy guide comes in. I’ve spent over 60 hours playing Dark Souls 2 on PS3, so use these tips to ensure you learn from my many, many, many, many mistakes. Inside you’ll find hints on weapons, combat and a ring that will stop that dreaded HP rot.

Dark Souls 2 gameplay tips video – Dave’s guide to what he’s learned 45 hours in

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at 12:35pm March 13 2014
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If you’re looking for a head start in Dark Souls 2 then here’s a tips video as reviewer Dave guides you through his 45 hour save. There’s everything here from covenants to combat, the new ring system and places you need to visit. Good luck!

Dark Souls 2 Covenant guide – tips for finding & picking the best fit for you

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at 12:17pm March 12 2014
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Mastering Dark Souls 2′s covenants are crucial to progressing in the game. These groups give you access to protection and help, as well as hugely useful items, weapons and spells. They also open up the game’s online portion with PvP and co-op options. Here’s our guide to choosing and finding the one best for you.

Dark Souls 2 PS3 review – Things to do in Drangleic when you’re undead

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at 10:25am March 11 2014
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Like haggis fritters smothered in Marmite, Dark Souls 2’s unrelenting difficulty isn’t for everyone. For those with a glutton for punishment, you’re in for a meal that challenges and nourishes like no other – albeit one that likes to hoof you in the unmentionables every chance it gets. Hold me, dear reader. This is going to be one bumpy, but thankfully brilliant, descent back into the depths of despair.

Watch Peter Serafinowicz voice Pate in Dark Souls 2. “I remember you…”

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at 04:31pm January 31 2014
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Watch Peter Serafinowicz in action as he voices the Dark Souls 2 character Pate, a “treasure Hunter of sorts” who helps the player along in Namco’s nails adventure.

Dark Souls 2 – 6 new things we’ve learned from the first hour (apart from dying)

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at 02:35pm January 31 2014
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My time with Dark Souls 2 last night confirmed that, even though I may have the distinction of killing the Mirror Knight several months ago in a separate demo, I’m still appallingly bad at Dark Souls 2. It takes more than a couple hour-long sessions to learn how to crawl, never mind walk, in a new Souls game, but what I can report is that the journey is worth it.

What’s it like meeting Dark Souls 2 Mirror Knight? Hard. Really, really hard.

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at 11:36am October 17 2013
Dark Souls 2 Mirror Knight

“That’s the best anyone’s done so far.” These words from Namco Bandai’s PR are meant to come as consolation, but of course they don’t. It’s the game equivalent of your mum telling you that the only reason you didn’t win at sports day is because the other boys are bigger. Yeah, Mum, they’re also faster and stronger – that’s kind of the whole point. Well Dark Souls 2’s Mirror Knight sure is stronger and a whole lot bigger, but I know I can beat him.

One Piece Pirate Warriors 2 review – borked buccaneer is a bottle of glum

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at 01:00pm October 4 2013
One Piece Pirate Warriors 2

Curse you, repetitive strain injuries. My thumbs are shredded to absolute ribbons as a result of pressing triangle roughly 13,973 times during this scurvy third-person scrapper. Despite spectacular moves, stretchy-limbed seamen and alluring eye candy, limited combos and endless, identical cycles of attritional war turn this colourful fighter into a bit of a shipwreck.

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