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Any Bloodborne Fans?

Just curious what you Sputters thought about Bloodborne, I'm at a point in my life where I only bother playing through one or two games a year and Bloodborne has definitely taken that position this summer.
1Tigers on Trains

I've never played the Souls games before, so this whole hard-as-hell style of games was new to me, at least for 3D games (I've made it through some of the old-school Mega Man games before).
2Pity Sex
Dark World

It was frustrating at first, going through the opening parts of Central Yharnam took way too many tries as I slowly tried to memorize enemy layouts and learned how to deal with mobs and the like in a methodical and safe manner.
3Third Eye Blind
Third Eye Blind

The more I've put into it, the more I've been engrossed by it. I'm not even that into the lore, it's just so incredibly satisfying to actually watch yourself get better as you slowly master one small area only to move into the next one and have to slowly master it again.
Pale Horses

Monster design is great too, have legitimately been scared just from how the monsters LOOK, even if I could see them a mile away and knew they were coming.
Complete Discography

Working through the Forbidden Woods and Hemwick Charnel Lane right now, so I'm really not even that far but damn I feel like I've sunk so many hours just getting there. Also, beating the Grand Cathedral boss on my first try practically reduced me to shaking with joy. How the gameplay, not even the story, is drawing out so many emotions from me is probably the best part of the game.
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