Like in every game in the series, the lore of Dark Souls II is cryptic and obscured. Lucky for us, the Lore in a Minute guys have our back.
So that's why theTitan classes are called Ogre, Stryder and Atlas! Lore's here to summarize Titanfall's background story with a huge amount of references.
I have never played Xenogears (I know!) and so I never actually knew what the games were all about. Now, thanks to Lore, I do. A hamster on a cross, eh? Okay…
Did you know that while developing last year's Game of the Year-winning Xcom: Enemy Unknown, the team at Firaxis played the original X-COM every week and made new hires complete the entire game? I did not know that.
The fine folks at Lore In A Minute have tackled the seminal puzzle game Myst, which you may recall actually features some remarkably convoluted backstory. I keep meaning to replay this game...
The great thing about this Dishonored version of the wonderful "Lore In A Minute" YouTube series is that it's packed full of history you might not have known even if you played through the entire game. Most of this stuff comes from the books and notes you'll find sprinkled around Dunwall.
If you're still hesitantly considering dipping your toe into the massive, mighty intimidating Dark Souls, consider first watching this video from the folks at "Lore in a Minute," which will get you at least a little up to speed on the goings on in the world.
In the years between Uncharted and Uncharted 3 you, like me, may have forgotten quite how the whole backstory ties together, instead getting to distracted by shooting and stealing everything. Luckily, the Lore in a Minute team is on it!
Batman week continues! We've posted several "Lore in a Minute" videos - they're always very funny, though sometimes, as was the case with Kingdom Hearts, I still have no idea what the hell is going on in the game.
YouTube video game channel The Game Station launches a series of Lore in a Minute videos with an exploration of the events that led up to the first Diablo game. How'd they do?