Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4)

  • Genre: Adventure, RPG, Fantasy, Platform, Stealth, Action
  • Release year: 2019
  • Age rating: 18 years
Rank 71 in PS4 Games
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24/11/2019
Good game, too bad it feels like I have 10-20fps on the ps4 pro. Sometimes the game stops for a full millisecond if there is a lot going on at the same time ... Otherwise, it is satisfactory with the fights when the timing is well seated

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11/04/2019
Great game. Very challenging so don't buy it if you are looking for a relaxing casual game, but be prepared to fight your way through virtually every boss & miniboss

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08/04/2019
Absolutely wonderful, very difficult but also rewarding when you finally get past a boss. From Software again delivers a masterpiece. Sad to see bad reviews from people who barely even played the game. There are easier games for you.

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29/03/2019
A summary after killing ~ 95% of all bosses: This is From Software's latest challenging game after Dark Souls and Bloodborne. Some people think it is harder and vice versa, but it's just to be persistent so you can kill all bosses in the game, maybe not the electives. Of the game's bosses, about 70% are "minibuses," which you can almost always remove 50% of life by doing a "Stealth Deathblow" before you attack them. In rare cases, these can be performed in battle. Many bosses have a specific weakness, be attentive. Unlike their previous games, you can't rely as much on ducking the enemies' attacks without much focus on mating and taking the initiative, sometimes jumping to avoid sweeping attacks. Stamina has been replaced by Posture and unlike previous games, this resource is filled up faster while blocking. However, in order to pair, you must click on the blocking button just before you get hit. Finally, an explanation of what happens when you die. When you die, you lose 50% of your money (spend!) And experience to the next level. There is a 30% chance that this will not happen, "unseen aid". If you die too often, it can have negative consequences, which means that you cannot temporarily make assignments for individuals in the game and that your unseen aid is weakened. This can be cured and I recommend doing it after every "main boss". If you revive yourself in battle and do not die then there will be no consequences.

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27/03/2019
What a shit. And what I longed for until it was released. Fun until I got to the first boss that I couldn't pass by. Can't get help from other online players like in the other souls games or Bloodborne. It's just selling now.

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