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  • zakalwe Rugby definitely more popular on the whole with bigger crowds and more of a local following certainly up North with rugby league teams and it?s the national sport in Wales. Cricket is still well regarded though, especially the Ashes which is a big one on the sporting calendar. Atmosphere at grounds like Edgbaston or a day out at the Oval is magic. Test cricket really is the game in its truest form. One of my best mates prefers it to the football.
    November 11 09:23 PM
  • zakalwe I fell for it completely a few years ago. Ridiculously absorbing and exciting. Have been to a few test matches and county games and there?s nothing else like it. A sport I wish I had taken an interest in when I was younger and joined the local club but it was very much a different world back then. Still have not got a clue about all the rules, fielding positions and terms. I don?t think anyone does.
    November 11 07:46 AM
  • BaselineOOO Also, please don't give up on DS3, it'll get much easier (and interesting) once you level up and get accustomed to the combat and weapon arts. As much as I love DS2's quirks and immenseness, DS3's level design and enemy/boss encounters are frankly NUTS and every gamer has to experience them in person!
    October 10 07:00 PM
  • BaselineOOO DS2 is really all about diversity, it has elements that are there solely for embellishment and to level you up. You'll probably notice that simpler areas usually have simpler bosses. Some see them as filler-areas, but from my deeper understanding these parts are there to complete a bigger picture. The journey feels more rewarding at the end of the game knowing you've visited so many fallen empires.
    October 10 06:55 PM
  • BaselineOOO Yeah, the great bosses appear about halfway into the game and in the dlcs. The weaker bosses are all in the beginning (except the Pursuer) and imo feel kinda like in DS1 - a bit too large, clunky and messy to deal with. My advise is not to consider every boss fight important, the game has like 37 boss fights and about half of them are knights. Judge them by their actual difficulty and importance once you manage to put pieces of their story together.
    October 10 06:49 PM

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