Bernie Meme Makes it to Demon’s Souls Thanks to an Amazing Fan
The photoshop job on this Demon's Souls take on the Bernie meme is quite impressive, and shows both dedication and a great sense of humor.
Reddit user tentaclebreath started their post with a self deprecating “I’m so sorry everyone…” before unleashing something truly amazing. They managed to reimagine the incredibly popular and infamous Bernie meme as a boss in Demon’s Souls:
This is probably one of the most impressive versions of this meme I’ve seen, and one of the most hilarious to boot. As soon as I think nothing better can come along, gems like these come along and blow my mind.
Players quickly started investigating every inch of Demon’s Souls and discovered a door that was not in the original game. The only problem is that it’s locked and no one can quite figure out how to get inside — or rather that was the case until last night. Twitch streamer Distortion2 finally cracked the code on the door during a stream last night. To get inside, Distortion2 traded 30 Ceramic Coins to Sparkly the Crow to get a Rusty Key. Waiting for him and all other players who are soon to follow behind was the Penetrator’s Armor set.
The Penetrator’s Armor set is exclusive to the Demon’s Souls remake and is a great set of equipment. According to the fan wiki, (which is probably a familiar website for all those who have played the game), the armor “provides the player with protection and different resistance against all types of damage and negative status effects, such as Blunt Damage, Bleed, Plague, and more.”
In a more hilarious turn of events Collin Harris, a former technical artist at Bluepoint Games, revealed that rubber ducks were used to test out various tech and effects. Of course this was done nowhere near the launch of the game so no hidden ducks in the environment unfortunately.
You can check out our review of Demon’s Souls here. We gave it an excellent score and stated that it “continues Bluepoint Games’ hot streak of excellent remakes and gives early PS5 adopters a next-gen experience that they can sink their teeth into.”