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  1. BadgerFarmer

    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    I've reached the final boss now, but I doubt I'll bother with it. Just too much to do in one go and I don't have the patience. Having to do the first phase over and over while I learn the rest of it is going to bore me senseless. It might have helped if I thought I'd ever really got the hang of playing the game the way it wants me to, but I just can't do it consistently for whatever reason. If anything, I might start a new game and see how I do on the early stages now, since I didn't have a clue what I was doing when I first played them.
  2. It's not so strong in terms of story and characters, but the exploration and combat system are still excellent. If you're happy to take your time scouring maps, doing side quests and tinkering with your party set up, it's absolutely worth it.
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    Huge Capcom Announcement - Home Arcade

    You can get it from Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QS4Q3SQ
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    Huge Capcom Announcement - Home Arcade

    So the sticks are built in to a unit you have to plug into the TV?
  5. Pretty much more of the same, but I think the original has better level design, with one or two exceptions, and in a post-MGSV world the stealth mechanics have started to feel dated.
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    The first one is still the best one

    Super Bomberman has Speed Zone. It's perfect Bomberman. The combination of power ups (manual detonation, full power, boxing glove, kick) and extra movement speed is ideal for clinical destruction and farcical self-destruction. Adding stuff like kangaroos (Mega Bomberman) and bouncing bombs (Super Bomberman 2) only detracts from the simplicity of it.
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    Dark Souls Remastered

    The master key can sometimes take you into areas you wouldn't usually reach that early in the game. And some enemies are best left for later.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    You need to enter that room from the other side to backstab the ninja, no? Leaving you the mini-boss to fight alone.
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    Final Fantasy VII (SEVEN)

    Yeah, the battle system in XII is arguably even better than VII. Definitely worth a shot when it comes to Switch if you've not played it before.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    Yeah, I've missed that now. And probably loads of other stuff. There's definitely scope for repeated play throughs, if I ever finish the first one.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    The bit after DD when you return is incredible. Never expected When this is good it's really really good.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    GA is a good example of the limit of my ability with it. On his first phase the kanji at a specific point is a guaranteed lunge attack, so you can always mikiri it. On the second he can either do a lunge or sweep at exactly the same point - there I just have to jump backwards like mad and hope for the best.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    I definitely had that issue to start with, but as the game's gone on I've learned to deal with it and not just immediately hammer the dodge button. I still can't actually react based on the wind up of the attack, but in most cases it's possible to learn which kind of attack an enemy does and when, so you're ready for it and know the timing.
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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    Went through the whole Fountainhead section and beat DD this afternoon. It's such a wonderfully designed area and a refreshingly reasonable boss at the end. This game is so good when it's not being horrible.
  15. BadgerFarmer

    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    There's been DLC on everything since the first Dark Souls. Usually doesn't happen for a while though. Probably at least a few months before any announcement.
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