Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Reviews


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datacenters Review [2.0/10]

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....


BurgerChans Review [6.0/10]

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 an...


puplords Review [10.0/10]

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 li...


WrytXanders Review [10.0/10]

The best combat system developed by FromSoft, alongside the worst encounter design and AI. The AI might actually be better than in their previous games overall, but whereas the enemies in those games were zombified people whom you don't expect to function as a human would, in Sekiro they're mostly human soldiers, and I just can't ignore these wo...


ephemer117s Review [9.0/10]

FromSoftware strikes again with Sekiro a more action focussed Soulsborne. A combat system focussed much more on parrying than ever before with a story that is still quintessential Miyazaki but also more approachable.


munshiros Review [9.0/10]

If you are looking for a fun game, Sekiro is far from that. From Software's games are known for being very hard to beat and not having a difficulty selector. I understand that some people just don't have the time to spend in learning the simple to learn but hard to master mechanics of this games, but the whole Sekiro experience was built around ...