Which areas of Dark Souls are more like the areas of Demon's Souls?

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4 years ago#1
Prologue Area = Northern Undead Asylum
The Nexus = Firelink Shrine
Boletarian Palace = Undead Burg/Parish
Stonefang Tunnels = ?
Tower of Latria = ?
Shrine of Storms = ?
Valley of Defilement = Blighttown

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4 years ago#2
Tower of Latria = the Depths or Catacombs
Tomb of Giants = Tomb of Giants (in Demon's soul, the gate is destroyed but they could be the same place)
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4 years ago#3

dan9khoa posted...
Tower of Latria = the Depths or Catacombs


A group of very tall prison towers = sewers or caves?

4 years ago#4
I mean the dark hallway and creepy atmosphere
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4 years ago#5

dan9khoa posted...
I mean the dark hallway and creepy atmosphere


Yea, they definitely share that in common. Latria creeped me out, for sure. It's just that I don't think those areas are as equivalent as, say, the Nexus and Firelink Shrine, ya know

4 years ago#6
in my opinion its

Tower of Latria = Dukes Archives
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4 years ago#7

KrowlinMAN posted...
in my opinion its

Tower of Latria = Dukes Archives
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This, minus the atmosphere.

4 years ago#8
Stonefang=Great hollow
4 years ago#9
Shrine of Storms = Valley of Drakes kinda

And I agree on Tower of Latria = Duke's Archives
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