Demon's Souls Gets Greatest Hits Status, $29.99 Price

By Brian Leahy, Sep 15, 2010 12:20pm PDT

The excellent PS3 RPG Demon's Souls has attained Greatest Hits status and is now available for $29.99 in the United States. It should also be much easier to find as new copies with the Greatest Hits branding are currently shipping out to stores across the country.

The game, developed by From Software and published by Sony in Japan, was brought to the US by Atlus and to Europe by Namco Bandai.

The RPG gained notoriety by being extremely difficult and rewarding player experimentation along with an innovative multiplayer scheme. If you've got a PS3 and haven't played Demon's Souls, go ahead and give it a shot*.

*Atlus not responsible for controllers broken in frustration.

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  • I love the coop mode, but do hate that they give no option to coop privately. Having special rewards for facing enemy phantoms would be ok with me, but various imbalance problems and exploits made my best gaming friend and I limit our coop play substantially due to how boring it got to get invaded over and over again when we just wanted to go vs. the environment.

    The PvP was fun for about 20 hours, but after that, it become a real bore... we thought about going to the game+ but the forced PvP was too dull.

    Besides that, one of my favorite games.