This time, we focus on the review Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The newest game by From Software released by Activision has a lot of new things to do while remaining familiar to fans of their hardcore works like Dark Souls.
Sekiro tells the story of a middle-aged ninja who lost his master due to being kidnapped by a clan ruler whose survival of his people is at stake.
Receiving a mysterious curse that makes him come back to life in every attack, this ninja called Sekiro sets out to save his master and at the same time completes his secret mission.
Now, after getting to know the outline of the story of this game and the appearance of the game, how do we impress those who have played it? This Sekiro review will describe his experience in full!
The enemy is hard to die means, not us. As is the tradition of other Souls games, Sekiro has fat enemies and you can become a cocker in just two or three hits. Therefore, the defense and avoidance mechanisms that are manifested in the posture system actually help a lot, you know!
Even though destroying the enemy’s defenses to break up to get instant kills also applies to us, but this can speed up victory rather than you bothering to wait for your enemy to be off guard and pay his life little by little.
Life as Sekiro is not easy, because not only are you required to adapt quickly, you are also advised not to die many times. Why? The more often you die, the more widely the mysterious disease that ravages the world will spread and affect yourself later!
Not only the touching story behind all the inner torments when playing the game, the fun mechanics also keep this game tedious to play on. With a system that requires us to be creative in finding winning solutions, Sekiro has tons of replay values for good reason!
The quality of graphics and audio is very cool, the story and setting are convincing, as well as the combination of the successful mechanics of Tenchu and Dark Souls make this game has a big chance to become one of the most memorable titles in 2019.