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Dark Souls Speed Run Kills Every Boss, Praise the Sun for Dark Souls II

Posted on Monday, February 24 @ 18:20:40 PST by

This speed run of From Software's gloriously difficult Dark Souls kills every boss in record time. Watch as streamer Santzo84 kills the Asylum Demon, and all the other bosses you couldn't beat so you gave up.

OK, so maybe I haven't beaten Dark Souls, but you probably have. The lost souls in the forums have certainly exhausted the game, so get caught up before you tackle the sequel in a feeble attempt at redemption.

OK, so maybe I'm going to try my hand once more just to see how the game has changed and evolved considering the franchise's surprising success among hardcore gamers. Dark Souls II lands in March on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC and we've been hands-on with the third adventure in From's Souls series. Dark Souls II recently received a T rating, but it doesn't seem like that should present a problem for fans.
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