Have a look at the DSfix and DSMfix mods for Dark Souls 1 here. The first mod will make the game look prettier (don't apply the framerate unlocker though - it makes the game unstable). The second mod attempts to improve the terrible mouse controls (with questionable success). I recommend against KB+M, however. Dark Souls plays flawlessly with an X360 controller. The default button mapping is perfect and intuitive.anyone play Dark Souls? I played it for about 20 minutes a few years ago. I disliked the controls and decided to wait for Dark Souls 2. I have heard both of them are insanely difficult. Anyone with better experience than me can comment on these?
This is the biggest load of rubbish I have read in a long time. What kris has forgotten here is the three golden rules of competition:Your cousin seems to be good at choosing the battleground, respectively making you choose in his favor. You probably won't ever win against him, as long as you don't improve on that topic.
However, I see no point in winning a competitive game about which you already know that you are better then your opponent. That's just maintaining a given status quo. Improvement comes from beating him in a game at which the other one usually wins or at which the outcome is unclear. When armwrestling with your small brother, you will win, so what?
Besides, the winner will probably get most of the bitches, but the underdogs might have better chances with the good girls, those which you can live all your life with.
Hmm, Heroes of the Lance, I remember the name, but not what kind of game it was, It seems it was like Hillsfar, but in Krynn, right? I didn't like Hillsfar because it didn't feel enough of how AD&D was played, so I probably didn't liked HotL as well. To my taste, the first AD&D game worth playing was Pool of Radiance, from 1988 or so. You had a map and combat, spells etc., that game was much closer to pan&paper.
Are you going to tell Conan that? Are you really?I think siblings and their children killing each others wasn't that uncommon among nobility in medieval times. For example, I heard that in the Ottoman empire, one of the first acts of a new sultan was getting his brothers killed, like a new queen of a bee hive.
BTW, Conan had no family when he said it, he doesn't count with respect to that.