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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Carve your own clever path to vengeance in an all-new adventure from developer FromSoftware, creators of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series.

In Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice you are the “one-armed wolf”, a disgraced and disfigured warrior rescued from the brink of death. Bound to protect a young lord who is the descendant of an ancient bloodline, you become the target of many vicious enemies, including the dangerous Ashina clan. When the young lord is captured, nothing will stop you on a perilous quest to regain your honor, not even death itself.

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 confrontation.

Take Revenge. Restore your honor. Kill Ingeniously.

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Nice. Now the PS4 version is finally getting somewhere. £20 by Black Friday maybe?
Acquiescence18/11/2019 11:27

Nice. Now the PS4 version is finally getting somewhere. £20 by Black …Nice. Now the PS4 version is finally getting somewhere. £20 by Black Friday maybe?


That is what I am hoping also! 🤞
Good price but waiting on it being a ps plus game considering the new controllers i will have to buy...
Great game once you get to grips with the difficulty, expect to die a lot and unlike dark souls you'll have no option to over level or seek help from the online twitch mob.
Edited by: "dave859" 18th Nov 2019
What an amazing game. Anything off RRP is worth picking this up imo. The combat is sublime!
The only thing putting me off from buying this game is the inconsistent framerate on the Pro and X. Unfortunately, the game doesn't give you the option to lock the framerate to a stable 30fps if you're playing on one of the enhanced consoles, and the default mode targets 60fps but regularly fluctuates between 30-60fps. Normally, this wouldn't be a huge issue, but Sekiro is a game that requires very precise timing for your attacks and parries, but the framerate is constantly throwing off your timing. A stable 30fps would be so much better as you can time your attacks/parries based on that, so the experience on Pro and X is less than ideal.
Hesitation is ... cheaper
dave85918/11/2019 13:33

Great game once you get to grips with the difficulty, expect to die a lot …Great game once you get to grips with the difficulty, expect to die a lot and unlike dark souls you'll have no option to over level or seek help from the online twitch mob.



I dont know. Unlike Dark soul where you feels you get better and betters, this is just feels cheap, the boss enemy just kill you in about two hit, but you have to hit like a millions time to shave away the health bar. and you dont so much as learn about the enemy move but just pray you press the parry button right at the split seconds, as a result you dont feels getting better or rewarded. beating boss just feel like luck
sion2218/11/2019 23:51

I dont know. Unlike Dark soul where you feels you get better and betters, …I dont know. Unlike Dark soul where you feels you get better and betters, this is just feels cheap, the boss enemy just kill you in about two hit, but you have to hit like a millions time to shave away the health bar. and you dont so much as learn about the enemy move but just pray you press the parry button right at the split seconds, as a result you dont feels getting better or rewarded. beating boss just feel like luck


Actually found it much more rewarding than Dark Souls, real satisfaction when you finally beat a boss, feels like you earned it whilst Dark Souls it often felt like you were just hacking away and your build had done most of the work
JohnBlair19/11/2019 12:08

Actually found it much more rewarding than Dark Souls, real satisfaction …Actually found it much more rewarding than Dark Souls, real satisfaction when you finally beat a boss, feels like you earned it whilst Dark Souls it often felt like you were just hacking away and your build had done most of the work



i mean on DS, once i beat a boss i have confidence to easily beat him again. Sekiro on the other hands, i am just pray i can beat him next. Fighting boss i usually gets killed before i do any real damage to him. yet when i do kill the boss, i basically still on full health. did i improve and got gud? nop, i am sure if i fight him again i will get my ass kicked. thats why i feels its mostly luck than anything
sion2218/11/2019 23:51

I dont know. Unlike Dark soul where you feels you get better and betters, …I dont know. Unlike Dark soul where you feels you get better and betters, this is just feels cheap, the boss enemy just kill you in about two hit, but you have to hit like a millions time to shave away the health bar. and you dont so much as learn about the enemy move but just pray you press the parry button right at the split seconds, as a result you dont feels getting better or rewarded. beating boss just feel like luck


I'm getting on a lot better with it now as I've learnt to not pay any attention to all the bosses health bars. It's best to just work on getting their posture high so you can get a death blow early on in the fight. I was getting absolutely annihilated by a certain boss on a roof but did it first time with in 3 minutes after taking a parry and death blow approach.
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