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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

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Genre: Adventure

Platforms: Stadia, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

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"Carve your own clever path to vengeance in an all-new adventure from developer FromSoftware. Explore late 1500s Sengoku Japan, a brutal period of constant life and death conflict, as you come face to face with larger than life foes in a dark and twisted world. Unleash an arsenal of deadly prosthetic tools and powerful ninja abilities while you blend stealth, vertical traversal, and visceral head to head combat in a bloody ... Read More



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Average 60%

I'm a big fan of the souls series in general and have played every other game in the series including Bloodborne, but this was not fun for me. The start is fun and at first I enjoyed exploring around and was willing to try and learn the combat system. As I continued on I just felt more and more frustrated by the game and wasn't really seeing anything new since I would just get stuck on a handful of available bosses. I eventually took a break and... Read More

Positive points
Unique combat system
The game world is interesting
Negative points
The combat system relies heavily on parrying
There is basically one way to play and you cant vary your build much
Difficult and time consuming

Great 100%

Mystery surrounds the mythical land of Sengoku era Japan where the protagonist has to choose between duty and loyalty in order to save the governing regime of a samurai clan. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice introduces a new style of combat mechanics which could inspire future games from other developers quite similar to how From inspired the Souls like genre. Combat also includes stealth which is fun and effective in many situations. From has carrie... Read More

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Combat
Artwork
Sound
Character Voice Interaction
Replayability
Negative points
Non-Linear Gameplay

Awful 20%

A pure console port - clumsy controls, poor saving system, 60 fps lock... a mess as a whole. The game has a hard learning curve and you need to be sure you want to invest the time in it....

Positive points
Interesting start
Negative points
Very Clumsy controls
Poor saving system
60 fps lock

Storyline

The game takes place in a re-imagined late 16th century Sengoku period Japan. At the end of the Sengoku era, warlord Isshin Ashina stages a bloody coup and seizes the land of Ashina. During this time, a nameless orphan is adopted by the wandering shinobi Owl, who names the orphan "Wolf".

Twenty years later, the Ashina clan are on the brink of collapse due to a combination of the now elderly Isshin having fallen ill and the clan's enemies steadily closing in from all sides. Desperate to find a way to prevent the fall of his clan, Isshin's grandson Genichiro captures the Divine Heir Kuro, in hopes of using his "Dragon Heritage" to create an immortal army.