Dark Souls Meme Compilation- Mupple Corner

Dark Souls Meme Compilation - Mupple

Another week and another Mupple video for you wonderful people. If you’re a fan of memes or of Dark Souls, then you should hopefully enjoy this video, which was born of an obsession with Dark Souls III and a lack of content for the channel. If you’re a fan of British comedy, then you might also notice a few references lifted directly from UK TV.

You can probably see why Dark Souls meme compilations were so popular on YouTube back when the game first came out. Hell, there are even several YouTubers who’ve managed to make pretty much their entire career based solely on the series alone. Regardless, our compilation may feature slightly too much.

If you enjoy this style of video and want to see more of the same in the future, then let us know! We’re always happy to play more Dark Souls, and frankly, we could do with that excuse. Also, don’t forget to stay tuned next week for last year’s Halloween special!

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If you enjoyed this content, you might also enjoy the let’s play series we started on the Gaming Respawn channel too. Not to mention our reviews of the Dark Souls Board Game and Dark Souls Remastered on Nintendo Switch. Did you also know that there’s a trilogy collection coming out? You can read about that here


Do you enjoy these Dark Soulsmeme compilations? What sort of Dark Souls content do you enjoy the most? Let us know what you think in the comments section down below. 

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