End of, eh? Well it must be so if you say it so. I bow to your mighty wisdom in all thing.
Bloodbo(u?)rne is one of the best games of the generation, I whip it out to speed run it still, 4 years on. In fairness it has aged a tad sooner than it should have had but that is because Nioh and Sekerio upped the genre standards which is a good thing. Maybe grab a time machine and play it when it was relevant before ya compare it to games that were built on it and it's sister series foundations. Nioh excels exactly where BB and souls does not and vice versa. They are opposite puzzle pieces with the same picture on them. BBs exploration, level design and atmosphere and addictive progression is subperb in my opion and the variety of stat builds and weapons make it replayable with a sense of freshness. I do know one thing from souls games though, it's never as fun if you use a guide, the co-op or you try to rush or possibly brute force your way through with leveling.
Completely fair words, its due to the fact that i don't like RPG's that it took me this long to play Demon Souls type games in the first place. and if i would have played Bloodborne in 2015, i'm sure i would have thought more highly of it than i do now. Nioh was my first game of this type, and i have played it frequently since, last time i checked my play time was at over 440 hours, i'm slowing down a bit now, but by the time Nioh 2 comes out, i'm certian i will have passed the 500 hour mark.