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Namco Lets Fanbase Choose Tagline For Dark Souls 2

Posted on Saturday, February 9 @ 20:17:25 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

Prepare to get disintegrated.

Namco has posted a poll on the official Dark Souls Facebook page which asks gamers to choose their favorite tagline for Dark Souls 2. The available options follow:

Transcend Death
Into the Beyond
Go Beyond Death
Survive Death
Sacrifice Everything

As of Saturday evening "Transcend Death" and "Sacrifice Everything" lead by a huge margin. "Into the Beyond" sounds too much like it'd be affiliated with a sci-fi adventure game, and the word survive should never be attached to a game in the series—death is much more fitting.

Demon's Souls didnt have a tagline, but Dark Souls used "Prepare To Die" so customers would be less surprised by the game's grueling difficulty. Even then it wasn't enough to ready gamers for the torment that awaited them.

So, which tagline do you prefer?
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