Bloodborne - PlayStation® Hits - PlayStation 4

  • Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • SKU: 7314019
  • Release Date: 03/24/2015
ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood and gore, Violence
$19.99
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    • Bloodborne - PlayStation® Hits

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3398 out of 3621)

    Product Details


    • Developer: FromSoftware
    • Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Role Playing
    • Release Date: 03/24/2015

    Synopsis


    Introducing Bloodborne, the latest Action RPG from renowned Japanese developer FromSoftware, exclusively for the PlayStation®4 system. Hunt your nightmares as you search for answers in the ancient city of Yharnam, now cursed with a strange endemic illness spreading through the streets like wildfire. Danger, death and madness lurk around every corner of this dark and horrific world, and you must discover its darkest secrets in order to survive.

    Features


    A terrifying new world - journey to a horror-filled gothic city where deranged mobs and nightmarish creatures lurk around every corner

    Strategic action combat - armed with a unique arsenal of weaponry, including guns and saw cleavers, you'll need wits, strategy and reflexes to take down the agile and intelligent enemies that guard the city's dark secrets

    A new generation of Action RPG - stunningly detailed gothic environments, atmospheric lighting, and advanced new online experiences showcase the power and prowess of the PlayStation®4 system

    Ever-changing chalice dungeons to explore - use holy chalices to gain entrance to a network of vast underground ruins, filled with traps, beasts, and rewards, to explore and conquer alone or with others

    These procedurally generated dungeons offer brand new challenges to master, and can be uploaded or shared with friends*

    For one player; also features multiplayer support

    * Online play requires a PlayStation Plus subscription, sold separately.



    Customer rating

    4.6
    94%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      More than human... human no more

      Posted
      TheRealRuffy
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      If you're a fan of Souls and you're aware of what these games entail, then definitely buy Bloodborne. It lives up to the hype. The city of Yharnam is gorgeous in all of its gothic grotesque glory. The combat is faster than before and equally, if not more, intense. The story is still ambiguous leaving the interpretation and theories to the player. The game is almost perfect. So far, the only two cons I have with Bloodborne, albeit minor, are 1: occasional drops in frame rate, and 2: loading times. The reason these are minor is because they're literally the only defects I can think of that actually lessen the experience if at all. Honestly, the load times aren't nearly as bad as some people have made them out to be. I think they feel extra long because it's just a black screen with the word Bloodborne on it for an entire 40 seconds (most of the time less). Dark Souls loading screens at least had item descriptions. The only time it is definitely noticeable and irritating for me is when I wish to travel to another location from a location. So, for example, if you're at Central Yharnam and you wish to go back to the first floor, you have to go to the Hunter's Dream, and then from there load the new location you wish to go to. That's an extra loading screen which is honestly pointless. This can feel very time consuming for a game that punishes players with frequent impending deaths. So I think the only thing I like about Dark Souls more than Bloodborne, is that it had the convenience of fast travelling between bon fires. Bloodborne seems to go back to how Demon Souls location travelling was. As for the frame rate issue, I only notice it on rare specific occasions, or when I'm spinning the camera around my character fast. Don't worry though, it never reaches deplorable frame rates such as Blighttown from Dark Souls. One of the biggest and most obvious changes is that the game emphasizes the offensive. There is no longer blocking with shields in Bloodborne. You need to be on the attack at all times. In Bloodborne, the best defense is a good offense. Some people might like this change more than others. With the new depth of diverse weapon attacks, an offensive play style gives way to a faster pace. The best thing about this new combat style is that it's putting most Souls veterans out of their element. Most of us are used to using shields and hanging back until we can place a perfect timed attack on our vulnerable enemy. You still need to time your attacks, but you have to pay so much more attention to your foe's. Depending on their attack, you may need to stun them with your gun, dodge, or attack the enemy first. The combat feels much more risky, therefore more intense and rewarding. While I don't necessarily view this new offensive combat as better or worse than previous Souls games, I think it's a perfect device to keep players on their toes. Most fans praise the game they played first the most. Why? Because it was the most difficult for them. Why? Because the experience was new. By the time they went on to play Dark souls 2 for example, the game felt too easy for them. Bloodborne prevents that from happening. Everyone's learning curve is reset. We have to get used to the new methods and tricks of combat in Bloodborne that make it special and unique to the game. This brings me to a frequently asked question: Is Bloodborne more difficult than past Souls games? In my opinion, it's around equal difficulty to Dark Souls (Or whatever the first game you played was). That's obviously a relative statement, but considering how the core game experience is the same, and the new implemented combat style, the difficulty feels similar to the first time you played a Souls game. You have to learn from your mistakes at all times. Like past Souls games, you will struggle, become frustrated, die and die again, and in the end, be rewarded for your efforts. I can't recommend it enough! This is the best game I've played in a long time. I hope From Software keeps making these games. Happy hunting! P.S. for those of you who have never played Demon Souls or Dark Souls, and are unsure of whether you'd enjoy Bloodborne's challanging gameplay and role playing game elements, just rent the game. It's the kind of game people either love or hate. It's definitely not for everyone. If you don't know what you're getting into, and you expect a fast paced EASY game, then you're in for a rude awakening. I'm sure most of you are aware of how hard these games are, but just in case you're completely new to them, don't buy Bloodborne expecting a fun relaxing game. It requires diligence, patience, and an active effort at all times. If you're interested in a non-linear game that allows you to explore and discover your own story through hard work, by all means, buy Bloodborne. You will be rewarded for your efforts! The sense of accomplishment is like no other. Summary: Pros: -Stunning environment/atmosphere (I don't think anyone can overstate how amazing the locations are in this game. The world is my favorite character) -Engaging combat is fun and challenging -Weapon's mode diversity gives way to more strategy than ever before -Chalice Dungeons add replayability and more multiplayer Cons: -Occasional frame rate drops -Loading times can feel cumbersome, particularly when switching locations

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great game, both for "Souls" players and newcomers

      Posted
      Eddy
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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Don't let the title fool you, This is the newest installment in the "Souls" series, by From Software. Similar mechanics and overall gameplay, just everything's been replaced with blood. "Souls" are now "Blood echos", "Estus Flasks" are now "Blood Vials", and everyone is talking about blood, and... Well, you get the message. But they've switched things up enough that it doesn't feel same-old-ish at all. It's familiar, but different enough that you go in and have to relearn a lot of new things. Specifically, the combat. There are fewer weapons here than in previous "souls" games, but every weapon has two functions. A saw that turns into a spear, an axe that turns into a halberd, a sword that turns into a hammer (no, seriously) and so on. There are a multitude of combos and attack patterns for each weapon, and figuring out your favorite and learning its every poke and slice is a pleasure. There are also no shields in this game, so no hiding behind a solid sheet of metal, either. Instead, you have guns, which shoot bullets, which are like shields just traveling at extreme velocities. Timed right your gunshot can "parry" an opponent's attack, leaving them open to a devastating counterattack. Even if you miss the timing, more often then not your shot will still stun the enemy for a bit of time, so it'll prevent you from taking a hit. The downside is, ammo is limited, so don't think you can get too carried away. There's also dodging, which makes you invulnerable for a short period of time. Overall, the combat is much more fast-paced and frantic than other "Souls" games, and I love it all the more. The aesthetic and world are also swapped up. No more castles and dragons and knights in armor. You're in essentially a werewolf infested Lovecraftian nightmare, with disturbing creatures and cryptic lore around every corner. The feeling is one of dark, brooding horror, dripping with blood and slime. As a fan of Lovecraftian horror this is a huge plus for me, and I find the world disturbingly inciting. But, it may also be a bit too much for some people who don't like that style. Oh, and while we're on the topic, this isn't so much an action adventure game, as a horror game that killed an action adventure game and is wearing its skin. I have felt more legitimate fear and tension in this game than I've felt in a while. Dark Souls and Dark Souls II had some scary moments, but this game, it's scary most of the time and it can be outright TERRIFYING. That's another plus for me. Now, what I didn't like so much. The boss battles. Their visuals are designed wonderfully, but A. they're not very hard for the most part and B. You start to develop a pattern of how to kill them, that works on almost all of them. There are 4 bosses in the game that I really had a hard time with, the rest (there are a lot more) I killed on my first ~ third try. And no, I wasn't extensively level grinding or looking at walkthroughs. Granted the road TO the boss was harrowing and very difficult a lot of the time, but I would have preferred the bosses having a bit more of a challenge. I have completed both Dark Souls and Dark Souls II so I probably do have more practice than new players, but even so. Killing a Souls game boss on the first attempt is, to me, a bit of a letdown. Some bosses have gimmicks instead of brutal attacks, but those tend to be easy to figure out too. This is the only real gripe I have, but it is something that bothered me to the end of my first playthrough. Oh, and PvP is, well, PvP of a souls game. You can ask for help, go to help, or go to invade. Pretty straight forward. Fighting itself is again a lot more frantic and fast-paced, but the overall system is basically the same as previous "Souls" games. Anyway, I griped a bit but overall this game is a blast. I've started New Game + now, and I fully plan on playing through to the end again. Definitely highly recommended, and it's worth getting the PS4 for this (that's what I did, anyway).

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Souls game at it's finest!

      Posted
      hollowfenix
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      If you're a fan of Souls and you're aware of what these games entail, then definitely buy Bloodborne. It lives up to the hype. The city of Yharnam is gorgeous in all of its gothic grotesque glory. The combat is faster than before and equally, if not more, intense. The story is still ambiguous leaving the interpretation and theories to the player. The game is almost perfect. So far, the only two cons I have with Bloodborne, albeit minor, are 1: occasional drops in frame rate, and 2: loading times. The reason these are minor is because they're literally the only defects I can think of that actually lessen the experience if at all. Honestly, the load times aren't nearly as bad as some people have made them out to be. I think they feel extra long because it's just a black screen with the word Bloodborne on it for an entire 40 seconds (most of the time less). Dark Souls loading screens at least had item descriptions. The only time it is definitely noticeable and irritating for me is when I wish to travel to another location from a location. So, for example, if you're at Central Yharnam and you wish to go back to the first floor, you have to go to the Hunter's Dream, and then from there load the new location you wish to go to. That's an extra loading screen which is honestly pointless. This can feel very time consuming for a game that punishes players with frequent impending deaths. So I think the only thing I like about Dark Souls more than Bloodborne, is that it had the convenience of fast travelling between bon fires. Bloodborne seems to go back to how Demon Souls location travelling was. As for the frame rate issue, I only notice it on rare specific occasions, or when I'm spinning the camera around my character fast. Don't worry though, it never reaches deplorable frame rates such as Blighttown from Dark Souls. One of the biggest and most obvious changes is that the game emphasizes the offensive. There is no longer blocking with shields in Bloodborne. You need to be on the attack at all times. In Bloodborne, the best defense is a good offense. Some people might like this change more than others. With the new depth of diverse weapon attacks, an offensive play style gives way to a faster pace. The best thing about this new combat style is that it's putting most Souls veterans out of their element. Most of us are used to using shields and hanging back until we can place a perfect timed attack on our vulnerable enemy. You still need to time your attacks, but you have to pay so much more attention to your foe's. Depending on their attack, you may need to stun them with your gun, dodge, or attack the enemy first. The combat feels much more risky, therefore more intense and rewarding. While I don't necessarily view this new offensive combat as better or worse than previous Souls games, I think it's a perfect device to keep players on their toes. Most fans praise the game they played first the most. Why? Because it was the most difficult for them. Why? Because the experience was new. By the time they went on to play Dark souls 2 for example, the game felt too easy for them. Bloodborne prevents that from happening. Everyone's learning curve is reset. We have to get used to the new methods and tricks of combat in Bloodborne that make it special and unique to the game. This brings me to a frequently asked question: Is Bloodborne more difficult than past Souls games? In my opinion, it's around equal difficulty to Dark Souls (Or whatever the first game you played was). That's obviously a relative statement, but considering how the core game experience is the same, and the new implemented combat style, the difficulty feels similar to the first time you played a Souls game. You have to learn from your mistakes at all times. Like past Souls games, you will struggle, become frustrated, die and die again, and in the end, be rewarded for your efforts. I can't recommend it enough! This is the best game I've played in a long time. I hope From Software keeps making these games. Happy hunting!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Boss Fights

      Posted
      Daveak47
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      I previously played Demons Souls and Dark Souls and loved them. Since the same team made this game, I happily gave it a try and here is what I thought. *************************************************************************PROS************************************************************************************************** -RPG/Gameplay mechanics: Gameplay is what makes this game the most appealing. It allows you to customize your character design and class. And you have chosen your character, it gives you option how to level the character up in terms of whether you want to invest more in character's strength, stamina, health etc. It provides your character with a variety of moves and forces you to use them in strategic way to overcome different challenges. -Gorgeous Scenery and Creative Openworld Design: The open world in this game is fairly huge. While different areas can be accessed in somewhat linear manner, it gives you plenty of choices to create shortcut between different areas. Depending on how you play, you can also access certain areas early on in the game to get better weapons and items and even skip areas/bosses if you just want to finish the game. Overall the open world in this game promotes exploration by hiding different bosses and items in different corners of the world. -Horrific Bosses and Unforgiving Enemies: The enemies and bosses are really nicely animated in this game. They truly give the feeling of horror. True the bosses and enemies in this game can be challenging in the sense that they can do quite a lot of damage to a low level character. But once you figure out tricks to defeating them, the experience becomes quite rewarding. And there is always option of leveling up and/or taking help from other players to clear a level. Trick weapons and guns: This is one of my favorite aspects of this game. I loved the different trick weapons in this game. The way they transform is simply amazing. Transforming them gives them different set of moves/ability. Plus when they transform the sound they make is pretty nice. Online multiplayer: In this game you can co-op with other players to take their help or help them to clear a level. Alternatively you can challenge a player/ a group of players to gain blood echos (the currency of this game). This is very creative online design. Loved it. Dungeons: In addition to the main story, the player has option to explore different dungeons. Player can create their own randomly generated dungeons or join a dungeon created by a different player. Dungeons have unique loots/rewards making this experience optional but yet rewarding. Lasting value: It will take you long amount of time to complete the story itself but if you attempt to defeat all the bosses including dungeon bosses this game can easily last 100 plus hours. Re-playability: As if above is not enough, you can always start a new game plus keeping most of your item/equipment and current level and refinish the game taking on to the tougher version of enemies and bosses. *************************************************************************CONS************************************************************************************************** Later game scenery/Dungeon multiplayer/player matching: I loved the scenery in the very early game when the character in town. I didn't like how later in the game it becomes similar to souls games. Dungeon multiplayer works but sometimes it can be difficult to connect with other players. It becomes really difficult to connect with other players if your level is too high. Though I have to say compared to previous souls games I actually liked how this game connected with you with other players and with different patches they are fixing a lot of connectivity problems. ***********************************************************************CONCLUSION******************************************************************************************** This is a must play game whether or not you played previous souls game. If you like RPG, heck&slash and openworld, you don't want to miss out on this experience.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Unforgiving, but totally worth it.

      Posted
      GamerGuy
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      I've been playing this game since it released and I gotta say, I'm in love with Bloodborne. This game is the latest game from the "Souls" series, but more like a spiritual successor. It's made from the same company that developed Demon Souls and Dark Souls 1 and 2. If you have played any of those games then this will feel familiar to you. While the previous games took a "slow and steady" approach with the combat, Bloodborne is faster paced, dropping the shield for a gun. Less weapons and armor to collect, but more customization for your weapons. Also, each weapon can transform into a different type of weapon. You can equip up to 2 right hand melee weapons and 2 left hand firearms. This is effectively the equivalent of running into battle with 6 different weapons at the ready. If you are looking for a story, it's there, but you have to piece the story together yourself. You'll have to watch the cut scenes, read the item descriptions, talk to NPCs and all of that good stuff. Even then the story is open to interpretation. This game does not hold your hand. It won't tell you where to go next. After you progress a little through the game, you'll find that there is no set order for you to do things. You may find yourself running around looking for what's next. I accidentally even walked into a boss area one time. If you find yourself wondering what to do next, then you can spot help from other players via message notes, which leads us into the multiplayer. The multiplayer is where this game truly shines, imo. While you are not directly connected to other players, you can leave notes behind to warn other players of an ambush up ahead the road, or a hidden item on the side of the hill covered in tall grass. Messages can be left to inform play players of a useful tactic for the area boss, or even just as a joke. You can find tombstones which replay how a player died in their final moments. You can co-op with up to 2 other people and even set up a password in the in-game network settings to connect with specific people (You both have to have the same password.) You can invade another player's world to find and take them down, or even be invaded yourself. With all that said, the multiplayer definitely could use some tweaking with. Sometimes I can connect with my friend rather quickly, other times it might take 20 minutes or just act like it doesn't want to work. If the connection issues can be fixed, this game would be a solid 5 stars for me. This is a game where you will die over, and over, and over again. Once you die, you loose your experience points which are called blood echoes. These points are used to live level up your character, upgrade your weapons, and buy items from the shop. The good thing is, once you die, you can still get them back. You just need to make your way back to where you died at and collect your points. Sometimes, an enemy will walk over your blood echoes and absorb them. You'll know because the enemy will have purple glowing eyes. At this point, you must defeat the enemy to get your points back. In the event that you do die before you can get your points back, say bye-bye to all of that. They're gone forever. It may seem like a lot in the beginning, but later on, you'll find that it won't take you that long to get back to how many blood echoes you once had. This game may beat you down in the beginning, but if you can hang in there and make it pass the first major boss, you'll truly see how the game opens up and delivers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Miyazaki Delivers Again: PS4's Must Own Exclusive

      Posted
      ryko4887
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      The creator of Demon's Souls & Dark Souls sets yet another benchmark for hack and slash - action RPG's, as Bloodborne delivers on every turn. I've played about 5 hours already, haven't beaten the first boss yet, and have died numerous times and I've never had more fun doing it over again. Combat and mechanics are very tight, leaving little to no leeway when landing devastating blows. If you're even a hair late on avoiding a foes attack or sending one of your own, it will most likely lead to your death. For those who haven't played a Souls game before, the game is very unforgiving. You will die a ton, but it will teach you to slow down your combat mechanics, figure out the perfect time to strike the enemy, and which moves to use to help down your bosses. Because of this progress is very rewarding. If you need help during enemy encounters you can summon friends to come help you at almost any time, and leave hints for others to help their journeys as well. In terms of graphics Bloodborne is no "Order 1886", but it's not bad at all. The art style makes up for what lacks in the graphics department and you'll be constantly set in gloomy areas, and surrounded by even darker enemies. The only complaint I have so far is some pretty bad load times, which if you're dying a lot, you'll experience a lot of. They last around 30-45 seconds, but is a small hitch in an otherwise outstanding game which can definitely be patched later. Buy this game, you will not regret it. And bring an extra pair of clothes for your character, you're about to spill lots and lots of blood. Everywhere! 5/5

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Good god I hate/love this game.

      Posted
      WoottWinds
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      I've tried every Souls-type game in the recent years and have never gotten into any of them. The craze over games that are insanely punishing never made too much sense to me, couldn't find the "fun" in them at all. Fast forward to me finding this on a ridiculous sale and giving the genre one more go. I figured a Souls game that is faster and more action-focused sounded cool, and the gothic / Van Helsing-ish vibe looked really dang awesome. Powered up the game, created my character, and... ...I died. Quickly. On the very first enemy. But apparently I was supposed to! Got myself a weapon, got back in the game, ran past him, and survived for a decent amount. ...that is until I met a crowd of angry religious zealots that murdered me and sent me back near the beginning. After many MANY tries (a good 2+ hours worth), I couldn't break past this first section no matter what. Feeling the frustration I have with previous Souls-types, I resided myself to going to bed and returning the game to Best Buy in the morning. Screw this. I'm too old to make no progress in a game and fail at the same thing over and over again. Then something kind of funny happened: I couldn't go to sleep. I couldn't stop thinking about what I might have been doing wrong, what order I could kill these jerks in, how I could break past this frustrating wall. I finally got some shut-eye for a few hours, woke up, and immediately turned this god-forsaken thing back on. Eventually, I got through and onto the next section of the game. It was the most glorious feeling I've ever felt in a video game and I immediately cried out and terrified my roommate in the process. ...theeeen I died again and got shot back to the beginning. The next time through though, I got farther. And then a little more, and a little more, until FINALLY I found a second checkpoint. Then shortcuts came about. And then even MORE checkpoints. Better weapons. Upgrades. Armor. Skills. Etc. etc. etc... I've played this for a solid 40+ hours now, and while I've died so many times, I can honestly say I've learned something from almost all of them and have had such a blast in the process. I've taken a break from the game for now, beat 4 or 5 of the crazy bosses, am not necessarily stuck but it does take a lot out of you effort/time wise. Even if I never beat this though, heck, even if I never pick up this game again, the 40+ hours I spent so far have been more than worth the price. I regret not paying $60 on release, the devs more than deserve it. It's a truly incredible piece of work/art. Highly highly recommended for anyone on the fence, especially at the constant sale prices it's been going on lately. It's one of the most unique, gratifying, and infuriating experiences I've had in my 25+ years of gaming, and while I don't think it's made me a Souls fanatic in the slightest, count me in day-1 if there's ever a Bloodborne 2.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Masterpiece, Plain And Simple.

      Posted
      StygianNocturne
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      From Software, the Japanese company responsible for Bloodborne and the renowned Dark Souls series, has a reputation for releasing games that aren't particularly easy, at least compared to the bulk of the competition. As such, going into Bloodborne with the expectations that it's a casual, happy-go-lucky sort of game is the wrong stance to take because it's as challenging as it is consuming. With that in mind, however, it is worth noting that I do play video games in my spare time for the purposes of relaxation and escapism mostly. I don't play competitively and wouldn't consider myself to be any sort of exceptional gamer and, yes, I still enjoyed this game immensely (and even beat it for that matter). Since the difficulty seems to be the main concern about Bloodborne, at least for those uninitiated, I'll address it now. This game, despite the plethora of challenges it throws your way, is fair; nothing in Bloodborne could be interpreted as "cheap" - if you die it's because you did something you shouldn't have or didn't do something you should have. Traits like patience, perseverance and awareness are wonderful internal allies to nourish during Bloodborne, as I can certainly attest to from experience, for they will make it more, how to say, congenial perhaps. Bloodborne, as a whole, is a remarkable game. Once I started playing it I really couldn't stop and devoted all of my free time to it until I beat it and, guess what? I started playing it again immediately afterward for a second play through, haha, which is not something I do often. Needless to say, it's an immersive game that is difficult to put down once you get the hang of it. The gothic atmosphere present throughout the entire game is absolutely impenetrable, its aura being so thick that you'll really lose yourself amidst its depths quite unwittingly. The gameplay itself is very intuitive, the control schemes and general playability are all first-rate and the storyline is wonderfully vague, giving the player a chance for his or her imagination to run wild for a change. Overall, Bloodborne is a masterpiece of contemporary gaming that should be experienced by anyone with an interest in exceptionally crafted games. It's challenging, it's uncompromising and it's rewarding beyond measure once you figure it out - believe me, when the big and bold "PREY SLAUGHTERED" appears on your screen for the first time you'll feel a true sense of triumph, guaranteed! Sure, you may only seen one of those for every ten or twenty you see of "YOU DIED" but its worth the plunge, again and again. Recommended with utmost certainty!

      I would recommend this to a friend


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