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    Quote Originally Posted by RedOrb_Collector View Post
    I think this game looks even better than The Order graphically--perhaps not as big, but seems much more richly detailed to compensate, I compare them since this also takes place in a 19th century type of setting.
    Bloodborne's graphics are appreciable but I feel The Order had that final layer of polish that BB doesn't have. The levels in Bloodborne seems larger and more detailed polygon wise (look at the brick work all over the place. It's gorgeous), but from a pure visual perspective The Order looks so much more realistic and also cinematic.

    I guess it depends on what you mean when you say graphics. The graphics in The Order look more realistic but Bloodborne is much more detailed (the werewolves are a good example), and it has a stronger artistic style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admartian View Post
    Honestly, to me that already makes me want to play it. The souls series just put me off.

    I actually feel the exact opposite as you do. Obviously personal preference, but I LOVED how the Souls games make you grind for everything. And making a death actually mean something, vs a respawn right away with no penalty. I hope this game has the same elements as the Souls series, and just as damn hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vesh1717 View Post
    I actually feel the exact opposite as you do. Obviously personal preference, but I LOVED how the Souls games make you grind for everything. And making a death actually mean something, vs a respawn right away with no penalty. I hope this game has the same elements as the Souls series, and just as damn hard.
    nah that's fair. i just really wanted to like that game, and i dont mind the fact that you need to grind and REALLY think abouit EACH swing pretty much. But id dint like that make 1 mistake, then the game says "f$#@! all your progress! die twice and you're done for muwhaahahah".

    I'd still want it to be very tactical, but not the same way as the Souls series where it was all punishment, no/little reward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admartian View Post
    nah that's fair. i just really wanted to like that game, and i dont mind the fact that you need to grind and REALLY think abouit EACH swing pretty much. But id dint like that make 1 mistake, then the game says "f$#@! all your progress! die twice and you're done for muwhaahahah".

    I'd still want it to be very tactical, but not the same way as the Souls series where it was all punishment, no/little reward.
    I disagree with both of you here. I'm playing Demon's Souls right now, and dying and losing souls isn't that much of a worry anymore. There is no grind either; skill plays a much bigger role. It sucks when you die and lose souls, but generally the only ones you lose are those you've picked up to that point (as you should be spending them on upgrades).. and since enemies respawn, you get to kill them again anyway, so you don't *lose* anything.

    The reward isn't the souls, then. The reward is that, when you pass through the area you just died in for the fifth time, you just get better at the game. And you can feel it happen too. I can probably pass through any of the areas now with no fuss at all as I'm much better than when I started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerevar View Post
    Bloodborne's graphics are appreciable but I feel The Order had that final layer of polish that BB doesn't have. The levels in Bloodborne seems larger and more detailed polygon wise (look at the brick work all over the place. It's gorgeous), but from a pure visual perspective The Order looks so much more realistic and also cinematic.

    I guess it depends on what you mean when you say graphics. The graphics in The Order look more realistic but Bloodborne is much more detailed (the werewolves are a good example), and it has a stronger artistic style.
    The Order doesn't seem to have as many bright areas which kind of makes Bloodborne stand out more but I think the character models, props and whatnot look better in The Order. I do like the look of some larger creatures we've seen in Bloodborne.
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