[Warning: spoilers ahead!]
Ninja appeared to be securing a big win over the boss after a grueling 30-minute battle and celebrated his seemingly final Shinobi execution with a triumphant exclamation.
However, Ninja did not know that the boss had a second form; He turned the camera around quickly as the monkey came to life, and wore his severed head as he stormed toward him.
The streamer immediately stopped the game, took off his headset in apparent defeat and walked away from his setup ̵
However, this did not stop Ninja from defeating the monkey's second form. Although he dispatched the player quickly, he followed his defeat with a witty joke and said, "Now I know. Now I know it. "
Is the difficulty of Sekiro a bad thing?
However, it makes the timing of parades much easier to see, giving players a much-needed boost (provided they do not play on the console).
That's not all; An article by PC Gamer reports The experience of the author, who defeated the game with the help of cheats, triggered a mass controversy on Twitter, which was criticized by angry gamers who questioned the credibility of the reviewer in Twitter they could not make an effort to plunge into the game, and then scolded people for beating them normally
– Spencer Durette (@ highmax28) April 7, 2019
Sekiro, how many games in SoulsBorne are sometimes inherently frustratingly difficult; However, like fighting games or other skill tests, it feels extremely rewarding after he finally masters the parade or sends a boss.
PC modders mistakenly created an assist mode for Sekiro: Shadows The Twice, which allows the game's global speed to be adjusted to slow down parry times. Even so, it's no surprise that the relentless nature of the game can hound up moments of extreme rage, as seen in Ninjas comic response to the Guardian Ape's second wind.