But Will Dark Souls Armor Protect You On Japanese Trains?

But Will Dark Souls Armor Protect You On Japanese Trains?

Spotted on a Japanese train platform, here’s a knight wearing Armor of the Sun. If you thought Dark Souls was hard, try Tokyo rush hour.

駅のホームで太陽の戦士を見たんだが・・・ [へちま]


  • That’s quite an article you have there Brian.

    Following in the footsteps of your overlord Luke Plunkett are you?

    • In all fairness, what else is there to say?

      “Here’s a humourous picture featuring a man, in real life no less, dressed up like a character from a video game that one would presume he enjoys. The game in question is Dark Souls and the armor that is being displayed here by out wonderful, energetic model is known as the Armor of the Sun also from the previously mentioned game, Dark Souls. I will now make a witty comment that compares the difficulty of the game, a feature for which it is reknowned, to a real life situation which is also reknowned for it’s difficulty.”

      • In all fairness, I don’t think that a single picture of a Japanese man doing a cosplay in public is place for an article on a international gaming website..

        Sure if there is 20+ pictures of all different people doing cosplay then yes I can see why some people would want it to be posted on here so they can enjoy the pictures, but this is ONE single picture of ONE single Japanese dude doing a cosplay in ONE costume.. it’s not worthy of it’s own article

  • I love the way everyone grabs their torches and pitchforks at the mere mention of Brian Ashcraft.
    I will concede that some of the stuff he has done is garbage, but this isn’t it. This is a small snippet designed to elicit a chuckle, a titter or a smile.

    Get off the let’s hate Bashcraft bandwagon and consider that not everything has to be a 1000 word piece on a world shaking event.

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