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Help determine the buzzworthy tagline for Dark Souls 2

1:00 PM on 02.10.2013

Prepare to sacrifice your death

Want to help the marketers working to promote Dark Souls 2? They're currently trying to determine the best tagline for the game, having a lot of competition from the previous game's one-liner, "prepare to die," and have turned to the internet for guidance.

In a post to the Dark Souls Facebook page, they're running a poll to decide which is the best of five potential catch phrases. The choices are:

  • TRANCSEND (sic) DEATH
  • INTO THE BEYOND
  • GO BEYOND DEATH
  • SURVIVE DEATH
  • SACRIFICE EVERYTHING

Right now, it's really a two-man race, with "trancsend (sic) death" holding a firm lead while "sacrifice everything" holds almost all of the remaining votes. Which do you think is the best expression to get you pumped for more unforgiving dungeon-crawling action?

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