Tch, I've heard of dark souls runs, used to know a girl in England who was obsessed with it. She used to always talk about the intense difficulty and encouraged me to join her, but I decided against it. Considering my standing with the data bosses on critical mode in KH2, I think I made the right decision. I know that those kinds of games require intense reflexes (which I have, I've been video gaming all of my life, they're not the issue) and the patience of a saint, but i'm not one for "gritty" games.
What remains of my summer consists of a lot of sitting around. Since I don't have a job, I have a lot of time on my hands and I think I've been using it wisely. If the situation calls for me to clean my house, I put on my anchor bandanna and vacuum, take out the trash, etc. I've been trying to platinum a game called "Until Dawn" which is a horror game that revolves around the butterfly effect. The game's extremely simple, few quick time events and holding the controller still, but the thing is, it's set up like a movie, and the cutscenes aren't skippable, so it's a lot of sitting around trying to keep 4 boys and 4 girls alive, then ensure none of them survive until dawn. Aside from that there isn't much I'm doing.