Anyone that has played video games on an even semi-regular basis has come across games that have left you feeling unsatisfied. Rather through overly easy or difficult game play, awkward control, or just an uninteresting storyline, they just leaving you yearning for something more. While some other games, although satisfying in many ways, still leave you yearning for more. However, every once in a while, the stars align and the game developers present us with games that can leave us feeling complete.
Recently, The Cheat Sheet put together a list of 8 such games.
Here is an excerpt
(PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC)
The Souls series — which encompasses Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, and Bloodborne — is far and away the highest profile set of games that fit the bill of being super challenging, but worth the effort. Just the fact that these games keep coming out is proof that a substantial number of gamers crave the kind of challenge they deliver.
For my money, the original Dark Souls is the best game in the series. It’s better balanced and easier to wrap your head around than Demon’s Souls. It’s also a little better designed than its sequel. If you’re not sure if you’re up to the task, feel free to use the guides and hints you can find online. There’s no shame in that, and they’re likely to save you a lot of time and frustration as you acclimate to the series. If you find that you enjoy the game, try playing another entry in the series without assistance.
To see the complete list from The Cheat Sheet, just click on the link below.