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22-08-2019 20:49
Pfft hi

22-08-2019 20:49

21-08-2019 20:19
@Spazbo4: 10 views? Even more pathetic... I'm going to laugh a lot! XD

21-08-2019 17:39
no he cant make money off videos with 10 views or less for each

20-08-2019 17:29
Admin should somehow take down those videos because he's probably making money out of our videos.

20-08-2019 16:16
@Charly9631: I checked the channel and the guy has other 'longplays' stolen from this site.

20-08-2019 15:11
Jf4IapyBRI Somebody stole a longplay from here and put it as his video on his channel.

19-08-2019 14:31
Got it. I assume it's under maintenence right now, so I'll try to get on it now and then.

19-08-2019 06:18
just keep checking on it every once in a while

17-08-2019 23:20
I tried to connect to FileZilla to upload a game like always and it keeps not connecting to the server. Is there some maintenence going on that I'm not aware of?

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Downloads: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game played from a third-person view. Compared to FromSoftware's Souls series, the game features fewer role-playing elements, lacking character creation and the ability to level up a variety of stats, as well as having no multiplayer elements. It does, however, include gear upgrading, several skill trees, and limited ability customization. Rather than attacking to whittle an enemy's health points, combat in Sekiro revolves around using a katana to attack their posture and balance instead, which eventually leads to an opening that allows for a single killing blow. The game also features stealth elements, allowing players to immediately eliminate enemies if they can get in range undetected. In addition, the player character has the ability to use various tools to assist with combat and exploration, such as a grappling hook. If the player character dies, they have the option of being revived on the spot under certain conditions instead of respawning at earlier checkpoints.

The game takes place in a re-imagined late 16th century Sengoku period Japan.[1] At the end of the Sengoku era, warlord Isshin Ashina stages a bloody coup and seizes the land of Ashina. During this time, a nameless orphan is adopted by the wandering shinobi Owl, who names the orphan "Wolf".

Twenty years later, the Ashina clan are on the brink of collapse due to a combination of the now elderly Isshin having fallen ill and the clan's enemies steadily closing in from all sides. Desperate to find a way to prevent the fall of his clan, Isshin's grandson Genichiro captures the Divine Heir Kuro, in hopes of using his "Dragon Heritage" to create an immortal army. Wolf, now a full fledged shinobi and Kuro's personal bodyguard, attempts to stop Genichiro but is defeated and his left arm is cut off. Wolf survives his wounds due to Kuro having given him the Dragon Heritage three years prior, and he awakes in an abandoned temple. In the temple, he meets the Sculptor, a former shinobi who now carves Buddha statues, and Wolf finds that his missing arm has been replaced with the Shinobi Prosthetic, a sophisticated artificial arm that can wield a variety of gadgets and weaponry.


This playthrough includes finding all prayer beads and defeating all bosses and mini-bosses, minus the two that are exclusive to the 'Shura' ending. I went with the 'Return' ending, which is generally considered to be the best, and most likely canon, one. However, I also covered all the steps required to reach the other endings, as it's effectively mandatory to get all of the aforementioned prayer beads. Beyond that, bar a few dialogues I may have missed and a couple of eavesdrop opportunities I sadly blew, I believe this longplay showcases basically everything the game currently has to offer. I have also forgotten to showcase the other two available ninjutsu abilities, but in my defense they are sinfully useless considering their cost.

In typical FromSoft fashion, this game has its fair share of, at this point, trademark issues (problematic camera, magical weapons that can pass through walls with ease, the occasional absurdly cheap hitbox), but it's also insanely addictive, much like their former outings. So if you're a SoulsBorne fan, I can obviously recommend the game, but I can recommend it even if you're not particularly fond of the subgenre craze FromSoft had put to motion, as Sekiro indeed is very different.

I left a bunch of early deaths in as those are actually relevant to the story, and then a few just for entertainment value, but the vast majority have been edited out. I also went on a single off-camera farming session in part 2. Overall, considering this was my 3rd playthrough of the game without any additional practice, I feel rather good about my performance. I think my total death count might even be sub 100! :D


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