Souls of Darkness

Souls of Darkness Do you remember The Worlds of Power They were trashy little kids books based on Nintendo games They had plots like What if a kid got sucked into Castlevania and watched Dracula drink cherry soda Soul

  • Title: Souls of Darkness
  • Author: Gary Butterfield Nick Daniel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you remember The Worlds of Power They were trashy little kids books based on Nintendo games They had plots like, What if a kid got sucked into Castlevania and watched Dracula drink cherry soda Souls of Darkness is parody of these books based on Dark Souls It follows a young Souls scholar as she s sucked into her favorite video game world, Koledran, where she embDo you remember The Worlds of Power They were trashy little kids books based on Nintendo games They had plots like, What if a kid got sucked into Castlevania and watched Dracula drink cherry soda Souls of Darkness is parody of these books based on Dark Souls It follows a young Souls scholar as she s sucked into her favorite video game world, Koledran, where she embarks on a harrowing journey and encounters incredible figures like Lunarious, Moonlit Knight and Lounging Carl, seated man.

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    1. If you were a Nintendo kid in the 80s, or have ever been to a garage sale, you might remember the Worlds of Power series. I picked up Before Shadowgate at a garage sale because I was eager for any kind of incidental gaming material at a time where I got a new game maybe once ever few months or so, but even in elementary school I could tell that the quality is lacking. Before Shadowgate was a transparent ripoff of The Sword of Shannara, which itself is, um, "heavily inspired" by The Lord of the R [...]

    2. I absolutely loved "Souls of Darkness" It was like revisiting my childhood as an adult, eerily familiar, however a completely unique experience, just as hilarious and terrifying as childhood tends to be. I really enjoyed all the cameos and nods to DS community "personalities". I would definitely recommend this to people who enjoy fantasy, as well as anyone who is a fan of the game series this was inspired by, or the book series that inspired the format. (Whoa! now that's cyclical) You don't have [...]

    3. Souls of Darkness is a great quick, fun, and funny book. I laughed out load several times and have quoted several lines from the book to my friends. I highly recommend anyone a fan of Dark Souls, World of Nintendo books, or someone just looking for a light funny book read "Souls of Darkness".

    4. If you love Nintendo of America's weird marketing in the 90s, Dark Souls, and the comedy stylings of Gary Butterfield, you'll probably love this book.

    5. Even without knowing too much about the Dark Souls series having only played Bloodborne and listened to a handful of Bonfireside Chat episodes I still had tons of fun diving into that super cute little book. A real breeze to read, very cleverly written I had a smile on my face whenever I picked it up. Highly recommended

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