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Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King

Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King

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9/29/2014

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The 3rd of three large-scale DLC additions to the Dark Souls II game includes new stages, maps, boss characters, weapons and armor. In this third DLC, players find themselves in a world shining bright with the glow of treacherous ice.

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It wraps up the other two stories nicely, even managing to tie things back to the original Dark Souls, gives you a great final boss to deal with and rounds out the complete Dark Souls II experience.
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A fitting finale to a fantastic DLC series. We're only sad to see that story end. [Christmas 2014, p.72]
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Dark Souls II desperately needed Ivory King's detailed frozen wasteland.
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Unlike previous DLC packs, which have left players with more questions than answers, 'Crown of the Ivory King' provides much more information about the world and its inhabitants, giving users a greater sense of closure.
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Finding fault in small aspects of the DLC’s design is churlish considering the renewed appreciation for From Software’s work that this chapter has inspired. Crown of the Ivory King is Dark Souls in microcosm; a bite-sized but meaty slice of the series’ opaque lore, atmospheric locations and ludicrously difficult boss fights.
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This trilogy ends with a bang and represents an expansion textbook for one of the best games of the year. We are not fans of DLCs, but if the quality is this, they are welcome.
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The Crown of the Ivory King is a worthy finale for Dark Souls 2 and one of the most incredible challenges that a Dark Souls fan could hope for.
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If anything, the additional DLC has added more to a game that was already offering so much, and I’m personally glad that we finished on the high that this franchise deserved – although, the real Souls fans know that we never truly finish.
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Crown of the Ivory King is the last of Dark Souls II DLCs. A worthy unfolding, with new mechanics and full of hardships for those who haven't had enough. It won't disappoint fans in possession of the Season Pass.
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