I'd love to know what passers-by would make of the sight of this bunch creating this video. It recreates a couple of Sekiro's outstanding boss fights and features an idol made of people. I love the attention to detail, like the state of the poor near-dead NPC, and the moment when Sekiro flexes as though the player has just tapped block while running around. Sekiro fights Lady Butterfly in what looks like an abandoned parking lot, and Gyoubu Oniwa rides a boxy horse, even managing to copy the boss' attack patterns.I award additional bonus points for real life Shinobi candy, and very good use of authentic Sekiro UI and sound effects.We're still obsessed with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Samuel's Sekiro brain levelled up when he fought Genichiro, and I've been searching for more great mods for our best Sekiro mods roundup. If you want to know what all the fuss is about, check our our Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review.Hat tip to boogie-verstan on Reddit.
The Great Serpent quickly became a mascot of Sekiro when it was introduced in a very early trailer, and its legacy lives on well after launch. As usual the cheeky PC modding community managed to replace the slinking baddie with a chara...
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Divine Confetti is a Quick Item found in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and is used to increase your damage against spirits and apparitions. When applied to your weapon, Divine Confetti adds a purple glow and will dispel effects from enemies if they're hit multiple times. It is invaluable in fights against certain enemies such as the Headless mini-bosses and Shichimen Warriors.You'll find a certain amount of Divine Confetti as you play: some enemies will drop it and you'll find more as you explore. It's also worth remembering that once you reach a certain point late in the game, you'll be able to purchase infinite Divine Confetti for 300 sen a piece. If you don't want to wait until then, there is a place where you can farm this item fairly early on.
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A Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice streamer defeated one of the hardest bosses in the game, Genichiro, with a USB steering wheel.