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I only really need to quote my recommendation from the original title: "One of the most intriguing games I have played in quite some time. No matter what difficulty you participate in you will be challenged by the puzzles and enjoy an amazing open world environment. Although it is not as imerssive as an Elder Scrolls RPG, the Darksiders series will not leave you dissapointed. A friend of mine made the amazing comparrison between the series and the Zelda titles, and I could not agree more. If you enjoyed the problem solving in those games you will thoroughly enjoy Darksiders. It has a high level of replayability as you learn from your mistakes what will streamline your next play-through. You may also find it difficult to find all rewards and collectibles. This adds to the urge to replay: as you may find yourself needing to obtain all special items." Enjoy this title and its predecessor.
October 5th, 2012