Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

released on Mar 22, 2019

Enter a dark and brutal new gameplay experience from the creators of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an intense, third-person, action-adventure set against the bloody backdrop of 14th-century Japan. Step into the role of a disgraced warrior brought back from the brink of death whose mission is to rescue his master and exact revenge on his arch nemesis.

Take Revenge. Restore Your Honor. Kill Ingeniously.

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Utterly spectacular. The combat here is unparalleled. I have never been so impressed by swordplay in a video game before. By the end, I felt like a goddamned shinobi myself. It's hard, but it's worth powering through. I saw the PSN trophy stats; 40% of players fall off before beating the first boss. There were plenty of fights I said out loud were "fuckin' impossible". Really knocking my head against the wall. For hours. But, if you surmount the insurmountable, the adrenaline and dopamine that blows through your veins is like nothing else. Plunging my blade into the Sword Saint for the final deathblow made me growl-yell out loud in my empty house after my wife took the kids. Worth every hardship.
The only issue I have with it is just a general fatigue. On NG+, there just isn't any incentive to replay the notoriously difficult, optional bosses that beat your ass for hours previously. Once I did it, I felt like I didn't need to do it again.
Try it and keep trying.

Finalmente eu zerei sekiro depois de tanto tempo esnobando ele por que na primeira vez eu achei ele nada de mais mas agora que zerei posso dizer que JOGO FODA , eu apanhei MUITO no começo por que tava com a cabeça em dark souls e sekiro é completamente diferente nem da pra considerar do mesmo gênero , mesmo sendo bem difícil os boss são bem justos e desafiadores e o combate é incrível com o foco nos reflexos e no parry deixando o combate bem mais estiloso que os do soulsborne . Merecido ser o GOTY de 2019

Beautiful game, haven't beaten the final boss on NG+, and it's been two years. Lowkey hate this shit but can't move on.