Nioh is actually pretty damn good. The start is not as hard as the demo I had played previously and it is like a slighly more stylish and faster paced dark souls. The graphics are decent, but not amazing and I prefer to play in high resolution mode to see the full benefits on a 4K screen. I saw that the shadow movements on Nioh 2 Beta were immediately static when 60fps mode was enabled!
Good atmosphere and I hope that I stick with it. I do hope there is the ability to summon online help when I am eventually stuck...
Tomous wrote:That's annoying. It's quite hard to acquire by itself, seems like it'll cost me around £15 whatever I do and I understand it's only an hour or two long?
It's got a few scenarios on the same map which change things up and add some replay value.
I'm not sure if it's applicable but if you've had your PS4 a while and you're the kind of person who adds every PS+ title, you might already own a copy. If not and you're not in any rush, it's usually £3.29 in the sales on the PS Store and I imagine they'll have one for Black Friday in a few weeks.
Sure enough, the definitive edition is £5.79 on the PS Store at the moment, so I'll probably pick that up.