Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #31: Dark Souls, Too

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #31: Dark Souls, Too

Don’t tell me to log off, I will tell YOU to do that.

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums is a weekly webcomic by KC Green. If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the archived comics here.

Okay so there’s, like, aNOTHER game about not being able to see your soul well *turns around in chair that was originally faced away from you* IT’S CALLED THE BIBLE. REPENT YOU AWFUL SINNERS AND QUIT PLAYING THESE DANGEROUS GAMES OR YOUR SOUL IS DOOMED TO HELL.

KC Green is probably playing a weird indie game right now instead of working on his adaptation of Pinocchio or writing the comic BACK. He currently lives in Western Massachusetts in the snow where he makes comics and writes these bios.

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