Dark Souls 3 Xbox one £17.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Dark Souls 3 Xbox one £17.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 19th Sep 2016Made hot 19th Sep 2016
Found this in my local Sainsbury's in Romford. Not sure if its Nationwide.

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Praise the sun!

Not this price in Oldbury but that was lunchtime, will check again tomorrow.

playing this right now worth my son. this is an incredibly rewarding yet hard game. recommend it 100%

Great price, bought this used for £25 a couple of weeks ago. Such a great game, thought I hated it for a while but once it clicks and you start making progress it's so addictive. Love the way there are so many hidden areas in each level and multiple paths to take. Only thing I would say is the framerate on the Xbone is pretty sucky.

Think this is simply a mistickering or someone grabbing heat

dan666

Great price, bought this used for £25 a couple of weeks ago. Such a great … Great price, bought this used for £25 a couple of weeks ago. Such a great game, thought I hated it for a while but once it clicks and you start making progress it's so addictive. Love the way there are so many hidden areas in each level and multiple paths to take. Only thing I would say is the framerate on the Xbone is pretty sucky.



I've only noticed slow down once or twice and it was for a second or two, but otherwise I think its one of the better looking XBONE games and framerate seems pretty stable, not as nice as Bloodborne on PS4.

Do you need to play the previous games to 'get' this one?

kamitsukenu

Do you need to play the previous games to 'get' this one?



​Not really, it'll be a steep learning curve though if you've never played a souls game!
Edited by: "dan666" 20th Sep 2016

dan666

​Not really, it'll be a steep learning curve though if you've never p … ​Not really, it'll be a steep learning curve though if you've never played a souls game!



Only in the sense that they all have a steep learning curve, it doesn't matter if you've not played a previous one..

While all the games have a very similar feel and theme, the stories aren't related in any obvious way and story isn't really something you play these games primarily for anyway. The lore is deep but also very abstract. This series is all about gameplay, and it has some of the best in the business.

I've spent the last few weeks working on defeating the penultimate boss in DS3, finally conquering him last night and it's more rewarding than any other game I've played this year. And I play a lot of games!

Give it a chance, know that almost every time you die it will only be your fault because you weren't patient or didn't learn from before, and you are likely to have a lot of enjoyment indeed!

schnide

Only in the sense that they all have a steep learning curve, it doesn't … Only in the sense that they all have a steep learning curve, it doesn't matter if you've not played a previous one..While all the games have a very similar feel and theme, the stories aren't related in any obvious way and story isn't really something you play these games primarily for anyway. The lore is deep but also very abstract. This series is all about gameplay, and it has some of the best in the business.I've spent the last few weeks working on defeating the penultimate boss in DS3, finally conquering him last night and it's more rewarding than any other game I've played this year. And I play a lot of games!Give it a chance, know that almost every time you die it will only be your fault because you weren't patient or didn't learn from before, and you are likely to have a lot of enjoyment indeed!



​I must admit when I get stuck on a boss I call in a phantom to help. I ain't got the patience to get stuck in the same place for weeks!

They had Dark Souls II for 17.99... no sign of III

£29.99 in the Southend branch
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