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Im off to start Bloodborne. Any tips?

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S.T.A.G.E. said:

 

Let me guess. You've played the souls series before, I take it.

 

He's right about the healing items, though. They help ease the pain a bit. There's too many blood vials you can carry (they will always heal 40% of your health which is OP when you have a respectable HP bar), and then there's the fact that you can regain your lost health by attacking the enemy after a hit.



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Wright said:
S.T.A.G.E. said:

 

Let me guess. You've played the souls series before, I take it.

 

He's right about the healing items, though. They help ease the pain a bit. There's too many blood vials you can carry (they will always heal 40% of your health which is OP when you have a respectable HP bar), and then there's the fact that you can regain your lost health by attacking the enemy after a hit.

 


Plus your max HP doesn't decrease if you die repeatedly and it's very easy to avoid pvp while being able to use co-op.



S.T.A.G.E. said:
michael_stutzer said:

The game is not that difficult, actually I was kind of disappointed because I was expecting a much more difficult game. The abundance of health potions makes the game a joke in my opinion.

Imagine if there were nothing to heal, now that would be a challenge.

 

Let me guess. You've played the souls series before, I take it.

As a matter of fact no, I didn't play anything from the Souls series. From what I've heard they were harder though.

May be I put that too lightly, it is still more difficult than your average game but still some were saying that it is difficult just for the sake of being difficult. I don't think that it is the case, it has a good balance.





Is it harder than dark souls 2? I'm playing that now



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