your own FS rankings

The more I play this game, the more I don't understand how people call it a masterpiece.
It's the most underwhelming FS title possible.
>deflect for hours or hit them until their vitality is low
>repeat for the entire game
>skill tree that adds nothing but dog shit

I'm about halfway through and I can honestly say it's so boring I'm only playing it because people say it's "difficult" but it's just boring.

1. Bloodborne
2. Elden Ring
3. Dark Souls 1 & 3
4. Dark Souls 2
5. Sekiro
6. Demon Souls

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Elden Ring
    2. Sekiro
    3. Dark Souls 1
    4. Dark Souls 3
    5. Bloodborne
    6. Dark Souls 2
    7. Demon's Souls

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Putting Bloodborne above Sekiro

      NGTMI

      good taste

      demons souls = 8
      dark souls 1 = 9
      dark souls 2 = 9
      dark souls 3 = 7
      sekiro = 9.5
      elden ring = 6.5

      1. Dark Souls
      2. Demon's Souls
      3. Sekiro
      4. Bloodborne
      5. Elden Ring
      6. Dark Souls 3
      7. Dark Souls 2

      dumbass

      I share your sentiment in that i think its boring, but i think people like because its aesthetically very pleasing (more so than the other games), instead of constantly hitting your enemy like a god damn balloon doll that just pops and deflates into the ground after a time you are for the most part hitting their weapon, make them back out and only when you "beat" them you get to have a very visceral hit in their body, ike a real battle. Similarly, you are not mr.dash anime man or sonic the hedgehog when evading blows, you are defending with your sword, just like real melee battles go. People look at this and probably confuse the game looking more like a real fight with a better combat system.

      As for rankings
      >das1
      >bb
      >er
      >das3
      >sekiro
      >des
      >das2

      dumbass

      Objective ranking as follows:
      >10/10
      Bloodborne
      Sekiro
      >8/10
      Dark Souls 3
      Elden Ring
      >7/10
      Dark Souls 1
      >6/10
      Demon's Souls
      >lol
      Dark Souls 2

      1. Elden Ring
      2. Sekiro
      3. Dark Souls
      4. Bloodborne
      2. Demon Souls
      5. Dark Souls 2
      6. Dark Souls 3

      virgin for life with shit taste

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Retard

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >deflect for hours or hit them until their vitality is low
    that alone probably means you didnt play the game
    if you did then not the game's fault youre dumb and have a bad playstyle
    >skill tree adds nothing but trash
    literally objectively wrong

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Lmao why are you taking it personally

      So far I've faced multiple enemies and bosses that literally require you to focus on their posture for the majority of the fight

      it's just boring, I can admit it's not my type of game at all but damn all these 10/10 reviews gotta be smoking dick

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you can focus their posture in more interesting ways
        attacking deals posture damage, vitality reduces posture buildup, and offense means the enemies cant attack as much and have to mostly do counter attacks (for human enemies that is), so you get easier deflects
        and then theres the prosthetics and combat arts which can be used to get a ton of hits in for massive damage to both vitality and posture, or just enhance your moveset and give more interesting ways to chip at the enemies. also stuff to counter their moves like shuriken to knock shit out of the air, shuriken/spear to close gaps, etc

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you dont get sekiro, you should stop playing it and posting about it.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Armorrd core games - 9/10
    Dark Souls games -7/10
    Elden Ring - 9/10
    Sekiro - 10/10

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    demons souls = 8
    dark souls 1 = 9
    dark souls 2 = 9
    dark souls 3 = 7
    sekiro = 9.5
    elden ring = 6.5

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1-sekiro
    2-DS2
    haven't played the rest

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Souls and Elden Ring are action RPG with more emphasis on the RPG. Sekiro is a very grounded character action game. Unfortunately most people playing Souls and Elden Ring have never played character action and as such, suck and refuse to play the game for what it offers. Personally I wasn't that impressed by Sekiro's combat when you compare it to literally any other competently developed character action game.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >character action game
      What does that even mean

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >any other competently developed character action game.
      Name some
      No seriously, I'm in need of new (new for me) games and I liked Sekiro

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro > rest
    Combat in that game is so tight it's insane.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I share your sentiment in that i think its boring, but i think people like because its aesthetically very pleasing (more so than the other games), instead of constantly hitting your enemy like a god damn balloon doll that just pops and deflates into the ground after a time you are for the most part hitting their weapon, make them back out and only when you "beat" them you get to have a very visceral hit in their body, ike a real battle. Similarly, you are not mr.dash anime man or sonic the hedgehog when evading blows, you are defending with your sword, just like real melee battles go. People look at this and probably confuse the game looking more like a real fight with a better combat system.

    As for rankings
    >das1
    >bb
    >er
    >das3
    >sekiro
    >des
    >das2

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Objective ranking as follows:
    >10/10
    Bloodborne
    Sekiro
    >8/10
    Dark Souls 3
    Elden Ring
    >7/10
    Dark Souls 1
    >6/10
    Demon's Souls
    >lol
    Dark Souls 2

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      queen of Ganker

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Swap Dark Souls 3 and 1, and bump Demon's Souls up to 7/10. That makes the list perfect.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >deflect for hours
    He doesn't attack to pressure the boss or interrupt attacks
    >skill tree adds nothing
    He doesn't use Combat Arts

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      attacking meaning you can only attack until the enemy hits back harder

      meaning you can hit once or twice until you have to resort back to deflecting until you have an opening to attack

      boring

      combat arts

      sure spend the entire game saving up to unlock a skill that's even more boring

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >he doesnt realize you can dodge heavy attacks and punish them with prothesis or combat arts

        Deflect the quick combos, dodge the slow heavy one hits

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          my point is
          i've been doing that
          no boss has given me too much trouble so the difficultly isn't the problem

          it's that overall all these mechanics that the game offers, is just boring as shit to me

          i get i have 50 different ways to approach certain bosses but none of them are fun to me

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >you can hit both or twice until you resort back to deflecting
        making openings with prosthetics and combat arts that let you get multiple hits in?
        stunning enemies out of leaps and the likes, interrupting their moves in general? i literally did an entire playthrough without blocking or deflecting in a fresh save and things went surprisingly smooth

        the game gives you plenty of skillpoints without grinding

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >High Monk
        >boring

        Though I think they nerfed it somehow after I played.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Dark Souls
    2. Demon's Souls
    3. Sekiro
    4. Bloodborne
    5. Elden Ring
    6. Dark Souls 3
    7. Dark Souls 2

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Seems like a few dogs hit ranking have been posted here. I'll fix that.

    1. Demons Souls
    2. Bloodborne
    3. Dark Souls 1
    4. Sekiro
    5. Dark Souls 3
    6. Elden Ring
    7. Dark Souls 2

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Elden Ring
    2. Sekiro
    3. Dark Souls
    4. Bloodborne
    2. Demon Souls
    5. Dark Souls 2
    6. Dark Souls 3

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Sekiro
    2. Bloodborne
    Everything else is just "Dodge-roll: The Game" so I won't be playing them.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro was the most overrated shit I've ever played. People froth over the combat but it's actually extremely shallow and an absolute slog most of the time. You have to grind for hours just to unlock combat moves that are mostly useless. The thing that was supposed to be the star of the game, the prosthetics, are mostly useless aside from specific situations and ammo limited, so experimentation is thrown out the window. One of the worst things I hated about it that people never mention was the dogshit level design that was just annoying to navigate though.
    Literally the only thing it has going for it is the style and setting, but most of that style is locked behind the one-note combat system.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You have to grind for hours
      literally only true for the most lategame skills that will take 30 minutes at most, ng+ bosses give fat exp
      >prosthetics and combat arts are useless outside of specific situations
      absolute retard detected

      I find it funny that people managed to get filtered by sekiro's SIMPLICITY of all things. The moment the game doesnt have a ton of superfluous moves, flashy easily comboable careless strikes or the likes, and instead just basic tricks that dont make themselves obvious, people start complaining about the game being r1+l1 simulator. meanwhile something extremely basic flame vent + living force singlehandedly destroys the vast majority of human bosses (or just oil if they have little flame resistance)
      its not the game's fault you didnt even try

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You have to grind
      Mad because bad. There is no grinding in Sekiro. I wish I could have good arguments with people over what the game could do better, but so much of it is just coming from people who unironically just got filtered.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You absolutely have to grind if you want to get all the unlockable skills, that's obviously what he was referring to, not grinding to make the game easier or some shit.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Only the very last few skills you haven't unlocked yet take a good amount of points to get and you don't have to grind them. They carry on to NG+ and by that point you should know they're not going to carry you through the game. The way he phrased it made it sound like it was some huge deal when it isn't. You can beat the game without a single sword skill.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That just proves how fucking shallow the combat is

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              It is what you make of it. Mixing the sword skills and prosthetics into the combat feels and looks awesome when you're crushing some boss you had trouble with before, but yes it is mostly just for style.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >the dogshit level design that was just annoying to navigate though.
      What the hell man? The reason people never mention it is because it's the best level design in the series since DS1.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Played 2, then 1, then 3, on Xbox. Then I played BB. emulated DeS, then Sekiro, then Elden ring, on PC.

    >DeS
    DeS was fun, having played pretty much the rest of the series it felt really easy and linear. I also couldn't experience online, so I feel like I missed out and will never play the true experience.

    >DS1
    I think it's the best, even with the "shit" 2nd half. The second half just falls off compared to the GOATed 1st half because it becomes linear like the rest of the franchise. I played it on 360 when it went free with gold so it was fairly active but not crazy so. Didn't really experience active PvP until the Remaster way later. It was a huge step up from DS2 as far as levels design and general gameplay goes. I remember wondering why they made 2 worse in so many ways.

    >DS2
    Started with it. Main issue was AGL and hitboxes since I didn't know what that was until my 2nd or 3rd character atleast. I had the best online experience with it out of all the games and best replayability. Still pretty bad when I compare it to everything though. But it has the upside of being the last "Old" Souls game which plays fundamentally different from every game after.

    >BB
    Only played 1 playthrough through the base game and DLC because it wasn't my PS4. missed alot of stuff apparently. Because of that I only really have 1st-playthrough googles so I probably remember it more fondly. When I played it, online was dead, so couldn't properly experience that. After playing 3, it was great, exploring the world was about as enjoyable as DS1, the same mood and atmosphere was all there with the mob encounters too. The combat was fun, but every build was basically a dex build.

    >DS3
    The combat was better, but everything else was alot more boring and safe. World was the most linear and hallway centric. By far the worst PvP in the series too. imo, the worst game in the franchise. Yah, the gameplay is better than 2, but I don't mind shit games, but I hate soulless ones.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Sekiro
      From's one true action game. Compared to Souls, the levels and world are all extremely linear, even worse than DS3. But that's not the focus at all. The gameplay/combat is by far the best From has made. Although your 1st playthrough becomes trivial the moment you realize you can spam the deflect button and basically deflect everything. Because of the lack of RPG mechanics, didn't have the drive to play it much after my first playthrough. I don't judge it on the same scale since it's a different genre pretty much.

      >Elden Ring
      The first playthrough was amazing, It's DS3, but not a hallway simulator, most of the actual levels are linear, but the world is non-linear due to being open world atleast. The small dungeons are varied enough early on. I liked the combat changes from DS3 since it's basically just DS3, except bosses will actually punish roll spam. The PvP was also an improvement from DS3 because it brought back the "everything is broken" philosophy from DeS-DS2 which is way more fun. Replayability outside of PvP was kinda ass though.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Great Tier:
    >Dark Souls
    >Sekiro
    >Demon's Souls
    Good Tier:
    >King's Field 4
    >Elden Ring
    Okay Tier
    >Bloodborne
    >Dark Souls 3
    Shit Tier
    >Dark Souls 2

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro>DS1=Demon's>DS2>ER>DS3
    No ps4, can't play BB

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Dark Souls
    2. Bloodborne
    3. Sekiro
    4. Dark Souls 3
    5. Dark Souls 2
    6. Eldenshart

    Honourable mention: code vein

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Eternal Ring
    2. Evergrace
    3. Forever Kingdom
    4. Thousandland
    5. Murakumo
    6. Adeventures of Cookie & Cream

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Demons souls = dark souls 1 = dark souls 2 = dark souls 3 = Bloodborne = Elden Ring
    .
    .
    .
    .
    .
    2. Shitkiro

    Fite me, gays

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I like all soulsborne about equally but sekiro is definitely a tier lower for me.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I can acknowledge that Sekiro has some love put behind it, but goddamn if its just not fun to play through.
      It's the only souls game I didn't put multiple playthroughs into, and that's saying a lot seeing as how I have literally hundreds of hours into all the other games, even Dark Souls 2.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Cool image anon, did you make it?

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Personal/Subjective
    DS1 > Elden Ring > DS3 > DS2 > Bloodborne > Sekiro > Demon's Souls
    Critical/Objective
    DS1 > Bloodborne > Sekiro = Elden Ring > DS3 > Demon's Souls >>>>> DS2
    But it feels somewhat unfair since the DLC tend to be the high points of the respective game and DeS/Sekiro/ER don't have any.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bloodborne
    DeS
    DS1
    DS2
    DS3
    Sekiro
    Colonoscopy
    Elden Ring

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ashen was good clean fun

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    From worst to best.
    >Never played Kings Field or Armorcore
    >All the FS soul games are good and the one I want to play depends on what I feel like at the moment
    >Bloodborne

  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Elden Ring
    2. Bloodborne
    3. Dark 1
    4. Dark 3

    Never finished Demon's and Dark 2

  28. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ds3 > ds2 > elding > sekiro > bb > ds1

    have beat ds2 and 3 several times each
    elding was neat but never completed it
    had to use cheats to beat sekiro, could have dropped it but wanted to see it all
    bb looks cool and gave up on ds1 after an hour or two, the system were too weird

  29. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Had the same experience. After a few hours I just put it down due to being underwhelmed.

  30. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Elden Ring>Dark Souls 1/Sekiro/Bloodborne>Shadow Tower>King's Field 2>Dark Souls 3=Dark Souls 2>Shadow Tower Abyss>King's Field 4> King's Field 3>King's Field 1.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Holy shit this is the most based ranking I've ever seen on the site. personally I'd move King's Field IV up a few spots but otherwise spot on.

  31. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >deflect for hours
    >repeat for the entire game
    >skill tree that adds nothing but dog shit
    >I'm about halfway through
    lol

  32. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I liked Demon's back in the day, and Dark 1 was okay on release. I didn't really like the DLC, it felt lazy for add-on content.
    Cannot bring myself to finish 2 because it's so bad
    Bloodborne interested me the most because of its visual style and trick weapons, but the multiplayer was terrible and the game looks and runs like shit because you cannot turn off the trash post-fx that muddy the screen
    I never bought 3 myself, played offline but apparently quit right before the end because I just lost all interest, everything had been copy/pasted from a previous game
    Sekiro felt like a schizophrenic mess that failed to excel in any particular area, it's not an RPG so I'm very harsh on the combat and exploration
    Elden Ring is too fucking big and recycles the same small pool of content so much, it has so many enemies that outright feel like they don't belong in the game, and the game was blatantly unfinished on release. When they started patching in content, I stopped playing because I was past a lot of it and couldn't finish those questlines, I felt cheated. The game is so fucking padded out I couldn't see myself doing another full run back to where I was, and quit out of frustrated spite. It doesn't help that the gameplay in general wasn't holding me, I was just hunting for fashion.

    I don't know, I haven't really had pure fun with these games since early Dark 1 days.

  33. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    DS1
    DS2
    DeS
    >powergap
    Bloodborne
    Elden Ring
    Sekiro
    Dark Souls 3

  34. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bloodborne
    Dark Souls
    Dark souls 2
    Demon Souls (og)
    Elden Ring
    Sekiro
    >powergap
    Dark Souls 3

  35. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >play Elden Ring (Dark Souls IV (4))
    >dodge, r1, dodge, r1, dodge, r1
    yeah, that's how you sound when you're a reductive piece of shit
    you're biased, simple as, however every From game sucks

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dumb ass the point was they'd rather dodge and be able to attack than to stand there and parry/deflect for 99% of the game

  36. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Good tier list

  37. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Demon's Souls
    +original
    +atmospheric
    +complete
    -outdated
    2. Bloodborne
    +perfect iteration
    +visuals
    -derivative
    3. Dark Souls
    +ambitious
    -unfinished
    -derivative
    -outdated
    4. Sekiro
    +original
    -half assed new features
    -recycled content
    5. Elden Ring
    +visuals
    -Way too derivative

  38. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Elden Ring > Dark Souls III = Scholar > Dark Souls = Sekiro > Bloodborne = Dark Souls II > Demon's Souls

  39. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Dark Souls/Bloodborne
    2. Sekiro
    3. Demon's Souls/Elden Ring
    5. DaS3
    6. DaS2

  40. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think Sekiro's one of their best, but the spirit emblems were a big fuckup

  41. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I started sekiro.
    any tips?
    How do i get dragon rot and how do i get rid of it? I dont know what truly dying means.
    As sometimes i die but don't get it.
    Is it timed and people will die soon or is it event based and i can only die a certain amount before characters die.

    I beat the red giant dude that grabs you.
    Why are the grabs so bullshit?
    Sometimes he turns midair and grabs me or i just teleport to his hands for a grab.
    Other times I'm clearly in the way but he jumps over me and misses me completely and injust get shoved out of his path.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I think dragonrot has a random chance of happening when you die.
      The ogre has the most bullshit hitboxes in the game. You'll get a prosthetic tool that can counter grabs later on.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the game is super inconsistent meaning one time your combos will work and you won't necessarily get punished for it
      and the next attempt will mean your combo will be interrupted because you didnt
      -use some dog shit skill
      or
      -for some reason you can't deflect an attack that isn't the red icon thing

      you can literally stand there and deflect all day with perfect timing to win (which is what the game wants) but deflect + all the skills they give you are flat out boring

      woo hoo i can press b to parry a red icon attack and the bosses posture goes up
      wow masterpiece

      you find out how to get rid of blood rot as you progress

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >the game is super inconsistent meaning one time your combos will work and you won't necessarily get punished for it
        >and the next attempt will mean your combo will be interrupted because you didnt
        You made a mistake. Sekiro is far fairer than any of the souls games, it's why it can still be so difficult and yet still so fun rather than frustrating. You beat isshin after getting destroyed for hours and it's exhilarating rather than fed up exhaustion. No game has ever gotten me as pumped as sekiro has.
        >you can literally stand there and deflect all day with perfect timing to win (which is what the game wants)
        Also not true. The game wants you to be aggressive and in the enemy's face and that means taking their attacks and dishing out your own. There's also enemies like owl or demon of hatred or the monkey who you need to attack or deflecting will not get you far at all.

        And of course there's the players who want even more, like this

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          That's your own experience
          I'm pretty sure I'm 60% done with the game and no boss has left me feeling accomplished nor "that was worth my time"
          I'm pretty much done with the game because the play style is just not fun for me.
          >There's also enemies like owl or demon of hatred or the monkey who you need to attack or deflecting will not get you far at all
          Yeah that's what I don't like. Just boring overall. I don't think the game is difficult by far so I agree with you on that, just the options presented are so fucking boring.

          Even watching the most OP player play perfect runs looks boring as fuck.
          Game is not for me.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's a very short game for a good player. The length comes from getting your shit pushed in over and over.
            If you're good at the game and the playstyle just isn't for you, you'd likely have beaten it by the time you got fed up with it.
            >Even watching the most OP player play perfect runs looks boring as fuck.
            If that video isn't the hypest shit then yeah, game isn't for you, go play something else that you'd enjoy.

  42. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I disagree since I like the combat and level design, but you're right about upgrades.
    >skills useless except mikiri counter and maybe ichimonji
    >most prosthetic upgrades are lame
    >tons of useless garbage items everywhere
    In true souls fashion, all your exploration is rewarded with garbage.

  43. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't understand how someone could love Elden Ring and hate DS3 when they play almost exactly the same
    Elden Ring is essentially Dark Souls 3-2 with some QoL improvements

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because DS3 is bland as fuck. I'd rather play a failed attempt at something new like DS2 than a a safe rehash of old ideas like DS3. Elden Ring takes the foundation laid out by DS3 and adds tons of unique stuff on top, which makes 3 completely obsolete.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I don't understand how someone could love Elden Ring and hate DS3 when they play almost exactly the same
      Because how the character controls is a very minimal part of these games?

  44. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ER=Sekiro>BB>DS3>DS1>DS2

  45. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you put bloodborne and demon souls above any of the fromSoftware game you are mentally retarded.

  46. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >deflect for hours
    Literally doesn't happen unless you back off for long periods of time and they regen their posture. There's also the double chop ichimonji that you can get early that helps chunk their posture and clear your own. This is not even including the posture damage from mikiri counters are the fire crackers.

    >-until their vitality is low

    It's a sign of being really bad at the game if you are resorting to beating bosses by HP damage.

    The combat system of Sekiro is the most elegant of all fromsoft games. Getting successful parries (deflects) contributes to defeating one phase of a boss, but attacks on the HP bar is also not wasted in that it helps build up posture damage.

    The only style of play this game doesn't favor is the Dark Souls 3 method of dodge and maybe R1 every 30 seconds. You can even adopt the shield meta by using the umbrella if you wanted to.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >It's a sign of being really bad at the game if you are resorting to beating bosses by HP damage.

      Bruh the game literally tells you if the enemies posture recovers quickly, you have to lower their vitality somewhat.

  47. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How is it possible that Elden Ring and Sekiro are the best fromSoftware games ever made and everyone gets mad?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They aren’t. Sekiro is the best game they’ve ever made and Elden Ring the worst one. I don’t see it any other way.

  48. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro
    Ds1
    Demon Souls
    Rest

  49. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Armored souls: Ashen Raven>>>>>>>

  50. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. DaS1
    2. BB
    3. DeS
    massive gap
    4. DaS2
    5 DaS3

    Lost interest in the series during the DaS3 DLC and haven't played anything past it.

  51. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. DS2 (mainly because of the PvP)
    2. Sekiro
    3. DS1
    4. Bloodborne
    5. DeS
    6. DS3
    7. Elden Ring (only FS I've lost interest in half-way through and haven't completed)

  52. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    DS1 > Sekiro > ER > DS3 > BB > DeS > DS2
    Bloodborne would be better than Elden Ring and DS3 if it had something like estus flasks instead of consumable blood vials, a mechanic that adds nothing but tedious grinding and frustration

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Grinding for vials
      I hope you've never posted "skill issue" or "git gud" before

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >HAHA WOW HE DIED MORE THAN THREE TIMES IN BLOODBORNE WHAT A CASUAL
        Stop pretending to be hardcore to defend objectively bad game design

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not, I just split my echo distribution between level ups and buying Vials. If I couldn't level up at least 3 times mid-game then I use the echo on vials. Never had to grind for it.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          enemies drop so many vials it's impossible to need grinding beyond maybe first playthrough (and even then it's not that bad).
          Vials were equivalent of ER's flask refill. Allowed to explore more without worrying about running out of healing items

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Er flask refill sucks it only refils in open world the moment you enter a castle or dungeon doesnt work unlike dork souls 3

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Bloodborne would be better than Elden Ring and DS3 if it had something like estus flasks instead of consumable blood vials, a mechanic that adds nothing but tedious grinding and frustration
      HOLY SHIT YOU ARE RETARDED

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        KYS pepe retard.

        He's correct. Blood vials and herbs from Demon Souls is stupid and devs even said they were embarrassed to have it in their games.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >I was busy in another thread, but I'm back here, time to shit on those smoothbrain
          Farming blood vials is like the "draw" system in FF8, it exist for a purpose, but does not mean that you need to absolutely use it or play the game like this.
          But of course, since most of you are so fucking retarded, you all end up thinking this way: "if it exist, then I should use it, and if possible, never find or learn a more optimized way".

          In Bloodborne, the blood vials not being refilled when you die is meant to force you to be careful on how much you use it, this not only explained in the story (hunter abusing the blood vials and losing their humanity), but also on the core philosophy concept of the Bloodborne battle mechanic, which have been specifically designed to fix the "rough" edge of the Dark Souls battle mechanic, which are:
          >close distance to target
          >attack
          >get hit
          >try to retreat in a safe area
          >heals
          >close distance to target
          >rinse and repeat
          Which end up making the fight a complete "cat and mouse" play between you and your target. Because of this, BB does have a faster movement, dodge and shorter animation for healing, a stagger system and many more features and game design change to force you to be more aggressive (lack of real "shield", counter with guns, blood pellets etc...).

          Finally, the blood vials not refilling is the core mechanic needed for the rally system, a mechanic that nobody would use if those blood vials where getting refilled, since not taking any risk is better than taking a risk after getting hit. As soon as you understand the importance of the rally system and start to use it regularly, you will quickly realize that your blood vials are diminishing at a very very low rate, to a point where farming/buying them is not even needed at all.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      KYS pepe retard.

      He's correct. Blood vials and herbs from Demon Souls is stupid and devs even said they were embarrassed to have it in their games.

      Farming for blood vials incorporates gameplay into the theme of the game. You are hungry for blood and methodically slaughter people just to fuel your own hunger. But if you were stronger, you wouldn't need the blood.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Blood vials are cheap to buy

  53. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This site is literally nothing but the most miserable, aggressively bad opinions

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I know, I love it. I trust these shitty opinions more than the shittier opinions the rest of the internet has.

  54. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    anything with invincibility frame spam and regenerating health I don't consider real games

    the armored core games are all pretty good though

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      In armored core you have enemy robots defying overweight limit cannons kneeling and boosting alot with no límits

  55. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Elden Ring
    2. Dark Souls 1&3
    3. Sekiro
    4. Demon's Souls
    5. Dark Souls 2
    Haven't played bb

    my guy you gotta see it through for sekiro. you arent even mid tier in skill until you've finished a playthrough of this game

  56. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Enough joking around, here's the real list:

    1. Sekiro
    2. Das 2
    3. Das
    4. Bloodborne
    5. Des
    6. Das 3

  57. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I always figured the most ideal Dark Souls game would be the first game actually but with QOL improvements of later games in regards to the combat and maybe for some of the level design. Mostly just making sure Izalith isn't as shitty really. Because Dark Souls 1 still has to me the best story, characters and world. It just needs the more improved combat mostly.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This game exist and it's called: Bloodborne

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nope Dark Souls 1 is a lot more interesting.

  58. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro>ER>BB>DaS>DeS>>DaS2>DaS3

  59. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Elden Ring (1432.5 hours)
    2. Dark Souls (454.4 hours)
    3. Demon's Souls (N/A, still platted it)
    4. Dark Souls 2 (294.1 hours)
    5. Dark Souls 3 (1897.7 hours, to exhaustion)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >6. Sekiro (refund)

  60. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Sekiro
    2. Didn't play any others except Dark Souls which was shit

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You disgust me

  61. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I know I'm gonna get shit on but
    >DS3, it's fast paced, has good bosses, and alot of build variety, but some textures look pretty muddy
    >Eldenring, great game, lots to do, but kinda repetetive at times. Map is actually to big, gets exhausting near the end
    >Bloodborne, excellent game. Good bosses, bad performance, lack of build variety, have to farm for healing, best soundtrack. But I put it lower because it desperately needs a fps patch
    >Dark souls 1, best world design, bosses are good, good lore. Combat is rigid, backstabs are easy and look bad, terrible netcode, lost izalith sucks
    >Sekiro. Great game, great bosses. No build variety, only one weapon.
    >Dark souls 2 (both versions) lots of areas to explore, cool npcs, lots of stuff to collect. Bosses are just okay, some areas are a huge pain in the ass more then any other in the entire lineup.
    >Demon Souls. A good game, but the bosses are pretty lackluster and the AI is broken. It's fun but very flawed. Also the music was butchered in the remaster.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >have to farm for healing

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, I know it's not a difficult farm but you basically have to spend an hour or more every playthrough.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          read this

          >I was busy in another thread, but I'm back here, time to shit on those smoothbrain
          Farming blood vials is like the "draw" system in FF8, it exist for a purpose, but does not mean that you need to absolutely use it or play the game like this.
          But of course, since most of you are so fucking retarded, you all end up thinking this way: "if it exist, then I should use it, and if possible, never find or learn a more optimized way".

          In Bloodborne, the blood vials not being refilled when you die is meant to force you to be careful on how much you use it, this not only explained in the story (hunter abusing the blood vials and losing their humanity), but also on the core philosophy concept of the Bloodborne battle mechanic, which have been specifically designed to fix the "rough" edge of the Dark Souls battle mechanic, which are:
          >close distance to target
          >attack
          >get hit
          >try to retreat in a safe area
          >heals
          >close distance to target
          >rinse and repeat
          Which end up making the fight a complete "cat and mouse" play between you and your target. Because of this, BB does have a faster movement, dodge and shorter animation for healing, a stagger system and many more features and game design change to force you to be more aggressive (lack of real "shield", counter with guns, blood pellets etc...).

          Finally, the blood vials not refilling is the core mechanic needed for the rally system, a mechanic that nobody would use if those blood vials where getting refilled, since not taking any risk is better than taking a risk after getting hit. As soon as you understand the importance of the rally system and start to use it regularly, you will quickly realize that your blood vials are diminishing at a very very low rate, to a point where farming/buying them is not even needed at all.

  62. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had given up on Sekiro a few years ago cause it had some stuttering on my PC. Though it's been a while since i upgraded.

    Guess i'll download it again now.

  63. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They all do different things well.
    DeS = atmosphere
    DaS = I know it’s a meme but world building in the first half
    Ds2 = before ER, this game had builds going for it but now, I’m not sure.
    Ds3 = best bosses in the series by far
    Bb = aesthetic. Cool, unique weapons. And I actually enjoy running the chalices whenever I revisit this game
    Sekiro = best combat
    ER = some of the best levels, if not the best levels in all of these games. The legacy dungeons really are something

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >ER = some of the best levels, if not the best levels in all of these games.
      the lack of shortcuts and grace sites all over the dungeons allowing you to teleport everywhere really ruins them.

  64. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for hours or hit them until their vitality is low
    Unlike other fromsoft games, Sekiro has quick kills you can perform if you are decent at the game. It has the fastest boss fights of any from soft game.

  65. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Have you tried working on your parry timings, you knuckle-dragger?

  66. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for some reason i was unable to appreciate sekino until my 2nd playthrough a year after it came out

  67. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I hope Bloodborne players catch a disease that kills them all so I don't have to see their posts anymore. Keep "rallying" retards, your decade old 15fps Dark Souls 2 asset flop wasn't and never has been that good.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  68. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Definitive ranking from a JP import demons souls AND Kingsfield and armor core vet here.

    Bloodborne
    Elden ring
    Sekiro
    Dark souls 3
    Dark souls 1
    Demons souls remake
    Dark souls 2 (all dlcs included is vital to this)
    Demons souls OG

  69. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >deflect for hours
    Huh?

  70. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Demons souls: A grade rating. Still holds up because FS never bothered to make a proper sequel.
    Dark souls: S grade. The only Fromsoft game that really matters.
    Dark souls 2: C grade. not much to say here that hasn't been said 1000x times
    Bloodborne: A+. Would have been S tier if not for the capped 30 fps framerate and FPS issues.
    Dark souls 3: B-. Take everything bad about Dark Souls 2 and polish it really hard instead of going back to the drawing board? hard pass.
    Sekiro: A-. Its too long.
    Elden Ring: C+ grade. spiritual successor to Dark Souls 2 and 3, the worst games Miyazaki era fromsoft ever made with a heavy dose of ubisoft RPG level design thrown in for good measure.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Sekiro too long.
      Man I'm really hearing all the freshest, most retarded takes in this thread.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the game is a chore to finish

  71. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro and Bloodborne will always be the best, as they have the optimum play time ( 25 to 50 hours), and a cohesive story.

  72. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. DS2
    2. DS1
    3. DS3
    4. DeS
    5. Elden Ring
    6. Sekiro
    DS2 contrarian enjoyer here. Didn't finish Sekiro because don't like pseudo action game. Didn't finish Elden Ring because don't like beeg open world game. Never played Bloodborne because muh 30fps.

  73. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro would be a 10, if it had 2 DLC's.

    Just 2 x 10 hour self-contained areas ( think Hirata Estate sizing but one with late game bosses, and one with mid-game bosses)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      why did Sekiro get no DLC bros its such a shame

  74. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >sekiro behind dark souls 2
    Just fucking die you stupid gay fuck, goddamn

  75. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ds1>ER>DS2>DS3
    While not a technical mess like DS2, DS3 is so soulless and boring that iv never even finished it
    Never played BB or DeS because I'm not a sonybro
    Sekro is good but it's not the same kind of game and doesn't belong in the ranking

  76. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sekiro > ER > ds1 > ds3 > des > bb > ds2

  77. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    reading through this thread has made me realize that a lot of the people shitting on sekiro aren't soulsfags just trolling, they genuinely dont get it and got filtered

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >my feelings didn't get validated and now I'm mad
      lol

  78. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Are Dark Soul II and III worth playing?
    I am finishing Elden Ring and is looking forward to Sekiro and Dark Soul one.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If you love Dark Souls 1 a lot they're worth trying. If you give up on DS2, DS3 is still worth trying as they play very differently and DS2 is noncanon.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dark souls 2 is unfinished elden rang, dark souls 3 is just a poor man's Bloodborne, das1 is really good.

  79. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1. Sekiro
    2. BB
    3. DaS
    4. DeS
    5. ER
    6. DaS2
    7. DaS3

  80. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why do sekiro threads always have the most astronomically retarded takes conceivable
    >"prosthetics are useless outside of gimmicky hardcounters"
    the flame vent can absolutely destroy the healthbar of most human enemies and bosses/minibosses when paired with Living Force within 1-2 uses, Shuriken is an insanely effective gap closer and deals free damage whenever the enemy leaps, sabimaru lets you afk for half the miniboss battles, umbrella lets you achieve copious ammounts of cheese, and DSPgaming first tried the final boss after googling a cheese strategy with the axe)

    >"half the skill tree is useless"
    >>the tree with all the prosthetic followup moves, the one that lets you do shit midair, that amplifies your defleft and mikiri counter damage by a ton, that has ridiculous shit like Living Force, and perfectly strong combat arts like ichimonji

    >"dude you just spam parry until win"
    the best strategy is the one where enemies constantly heal posture, you risk your posture breaking, and where fights take 10 years when you could instead just deal half the damage by attacking

    at this point im genuinely wondering if people actually played the game

  81. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    BB > SK > DS1 > DS3 >>>>>>>>> DES > DS2 > ER

  82. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sekiro enjoyers could stand to grow a bit of a thicker skin.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's been that way since the day the game came out. Posts like "I don't like Sekiro" have been shown to be enough in the past to cause severe spergouts.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >SHITKIRO SHITKIRO RHYTHM GAME RHYTHM GAME LOW IQ RHYTHM GAME
        >fuck off retard
        >WOOOOOOW WHAT THE FUCK YOU FUCKING SPERG I JUST SAID I DIDN'T LIKE IT LOOK AT THIS FUCKING SPERG HAVING A SEVERE SPERGOUT ABOUT SOMEONE NOT LIKING SOMETHING

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Case in point.

  83. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Elden Ring is their best RPG and Sekiro is an extremely fun action game. Bloodborne and Dark Souls 1 are also both worth playing. Nothing else is

  84. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bloodborne > sekiro > ds3 > elden ring > demon's > ds1 > my peanus weanus > ds2

  85. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    oh wow another low-effort contrarian bait thread, how exciting

  86. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Elden Ring
    Dark Souls 3 (CA)
    Bloodborne
    Sekiro
    Dark Souls 3
    Dark Souls
    Demon's Souls
    Dark Souls 2

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      what is CA

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous
        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          sounds like its big on being played online, do you think this would be fun in singleplayer offline mode

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