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Getting back to the basics with WGG: walkthroughs with commentary on the hardest difficulty for the hardest games.
Why don't you make a regular Walkthrough? :< Wouldnt that get much more views probably? Will this one help me when I play the game for the first time?
When you're on it, you can make a Demon Souls walkthrough one the way as well :P
Edit: First thing I saw was the fight against the first black knight in DS 1, because I almost sent the game back after my rage about him but didnt quite want to quit because it got so good reviews, so I found your video.
The thing that brought me to your site was the original Dark Souls walkthrough you did. It was so well done that I kept coming back for other games. I've already finished Dark Souls II, but I'm looking forward to seeing if you have different strategies than me with various enemies.
I have been away from the site for a while because there wasn't anything being posted that I was interested in. Glad to see you are getting back to your basics.
I would love to see you do walkthroughs of the DLCs for Dark Souls II as well.
It IS a normal walkthrough...similar route through the game, just MORE enemies and harder bosses.
Well but another big part was finding good weapons and you telling me how to level up well :/
Back to basics, back to what made your content fun to watch. I've been following your website and watching your video's ever since NGW 2.0, which is probably more than 6 years at this point. I have to admit that last year I haven't been visiting often, because the video's I loved, the commentated guides, weren't uploaded anymore. Going back to your roots seems like a good idea, since it's what you do best.
Quick question: Are you going to find a new co-commentator for your guides? Nobody can replace Dan, but having someone else commentate with you makes the guides more enjoyable to watch.
Also, when's Pimpin' ain't easy coming?
Splinter Cell Double Agent. The Sea of Okhotsk level was a major pain in the ass to get a 100% stealth ranking. This was when Splinter Cell games were actually based on stealth and difficult to beat. I am glad to have been with this site for the past 8 years and will continue to follow into college. I've been coming to this site since I was 11. ^.^
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