I mean, replaying if you want to try a different build or something is one thing, but I'm not sure if it's worthwhile to play through again just to co-op against bosses you've already beaten by yourself.
I guess I figured when I beat it'd be this mindblowing experience for me and while I do really enjoy it I find myself liking it less then both Dragon's Dogma and even Skyrim, and I get that's a personal thing, maybe it's because I took breaks? Idk.
^ It's okay to like other games more than you did this one.
On my first run, I played entirely co-op with a friend of mine and it was fun. You might enjoy it depending on who plays with you.
In any DS game, I also tend to make Sunbros to help players with difficult bosses/stages. I often do roleplay of pre-existing DS characters, like Beatrice or Leeroy. You might enjoy that. It adds a little spice to the experience, co-op or single player. It's kinda fun to limit yourself in some way.
Or get into PvP. It can be pretty fun.
I'm always watching.
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Yeah, many believe Untended Graves to be an alternate world where the Age of Dark "won" out.
Many details of the Age of Dark aren't completely clear, apart from being a time where humanity rules. According to Kaathe, it was already underway before Gwyn got all scared and linked the Flame.
That said, I'm no expert. I love Souls lore, but the true Dark Souls Lore Theorists are much more invested in this, having uncovered a lot of obscure information about the series. VaatiVidya, literally, has a full time career doing Dark Souls lore videos. Here's his channel if you weren't already aware of him. Might help discussion.
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