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    I just got Darksiders and it seems like fun. Pretty much smash stuff up and kill baddies. Since I got it new, it had a code for a free artbook and Red Factor:Guerrilla for the 360 (shipping is $5) The graphics aren't as good as say Bayonetta but so far so good. I can really see myself enjoying this game. Strangely liking it more than Arkum Asylum at the moment (Don't kill me)

    I'll post more when I get more through the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCalo2000 View Post
    I just got Darksiders and it seems like fun. Pretty much smash stuff up and kill baddies. Since I got it new, it had a code for a free artbook and Red Factor:Guerrilla for the 360 (shipping is $5) The graphics aren't as good as say Bayonetta but so far so good. I can really see myself enjoying this game. Strangely liking it more than Arkum Asylum at the moment (Don't kill me)

    I'll post more when I get more through the game.
    I'm almost through Darksiders and loving it. The first build I played of it was almost 3 years ago and the finished product turned out to be quite impressive.

    Fans of Zelda: Twilight Princess will love Darksiders, it has a lot in common when it comes to gameplay, particularly the structure of the dungeons and power-ups.

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