Review about Sekiro Shadows Die Twice
Mar. 10, 2020

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice was launched in March 2019. The popular Dark Souls games, known for their demanding game, were developed by software. Sekiro is very similar in structure to Dark Souls, but has exceeded our expectations not only by increasing the level of difficulty, but also by advancing the players further.

Understanding the scenario requires patience while developers throw the player directly into the fire. The player learns that it is a Shinobi called "Wolf." A shinobi is a warrior who uses stealth as a weapon, essentially a ninja. In feudal Japan, ninjas considered themselves dishonorable because samurai culture dominated the political and ideological landscape.

The creativity of the game is in your face, and this is the mode it should be. Each new boss is so different and exciting because the player has to change his fighting style and use new unlockable tools to keep moving.

In terms of play, the learning curve is very steep. Learning the time to counter enemy attacks is undoubtedly the longest part, especially because there is a wide variety of types of enemies, each with different attack times.

Many bosses and characters are based on myths and legends of Japan, which makes it even more enjoyable. By default, the dialog is in Japanese with subtitles in the language of your choice. It is possible to change the dialogue to English.

Overall, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice is a first level solo game that won the 2019 game. The level of difficulty makes it even more rewarding. Any version of From Software will create great expectations among Twitch and other game providers, and deserves all the acclaim it receives.