That ain't no disability, that's a tragedy. But then again I would wonder: if you're so tight on money can't buy two games in a month, and I was in that situation myself, wouldn't you be in such a bad spot you should maybe consider even getting one, given they're both 50-60$ new release games.
Christfuck used, you know what I mean.
(and let's be honest - they weren't really a big player before Demon#s Souls... that's what got them really famous, because almost no one gave a shit about Armored Core or the even more niche shit they made like KU-ON).
I know what you mean, but it really makes no sense in the context of this thread. Dark Souls IS a well known game with a sizeable following and tons of praise. Of course it's going to be picked over "new textured shooter #343" by anyone who liked Dark Souls. Titanfall is a unplayed(outside of press and cons) game that's had a lot of hype from those in the industry and that's it. Taking a chance on Titanfall is one thing, but picking it over Dark Souls is another.
(And King's Field series had a sizeable following as well)