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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

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.
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Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

You don't lose when you die, you lose when you quit.

Review from Steam

the only game where I can beat an ancient dragon god on my first try, and yet some middle aged dude in his bath robe can make me regret being born. 10/10

Review from Steam

The title is a lie, you die more than twice.

Review from Steam

you don't lose when you die, you lose when you quit

Review from Steam

The title is a lie, you die more than twice.

Review from Steam

Such a great game! The parry mechanic is so satisfying and when it all come together the game is like poetry on celluloid. Loving Elden Ring right now but really hope they make a sequel to this.

Review from Steam

My first glimpse of this game was during a LAN party sometime last year. My friend had told me a little bit about the game and showed me one of the bosses that he was still trying to beat. I thought the game looked cool, but kept it in the back of my mind and didn't think of it much. I later on asked him about it again and he showed me even more gameplay and I knew I had to try this game. He got me a copy of the game and I had no idea what I was in for. I had never played a FromSoftware game before so I came in with a completely clean slate. Truth be told, I got my ass kicked, like really bad. It took me almost 4 hours to beat the chained ogre alone and I was ready to quit even after conquering that mini-boss; but I pushed on. I pushed on until I got to Genichiro in the high castle. When I tell you I have seen the beginning of that cutscene with him looking down from the castle over 100 times, I am not exaggerating. I worked for days on this boss. I watched walkthroughs, cheeses, tips, tricks, advice, anything and everything. None of it was working. I came to realize that the game had a certain way it wants you to play, it wants to teach you how to win, it wants to show you that you can't force your way or luck your way through a tough fight. I learned how to parry, I learned how to dodge, I learned how to counter, I learned how to play this game the way it was meant to be played. I bought this game on steam for 3 reasons, 1: I wanted all the cool updates and stuff 2: I wanted to have it in my library forever 3: I wanted to write this review. I want you to know that if you might buy this game, if you are even THINKING about buying this game...do it. You may be in the same situation as I was, losing and working on bosses for hours on end, but when I tell you that it's worth it, it is. You can't understand how truly worth it it is until you perform that final deathblow on a boss you have been working and working and working on. This is hands down my favorite video game of all time. I will cherish this game and the experiences I have had with it forever.