Shadows Die Twice Doesn’t Have a Single Mixed or Negative Metacritic Review

Sekiro Shadows Die twice reviews are out on most websites. Metacritic has compiled them and it looks like the game is yet to get one negative review. In fact, there is not mixed a single mixed review for Shadows Die Twice on Metacritic.

If we look 33 reviews, the average review score for Sekiro is 89 and it only expected to go up from there. Even reviews in progress are praising the game which indicates that Sekiro’s review score will go up and may end up around 94-95 which is an amazingly high score.

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice is now released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Our own Shadows Die Twice review is in the works and so far, we are loving every bit of it. Shadows Die Twice is another masterpiece of From Software.

The game is available on Steam, PSN, Xbox Live and other online retailers. However, there is no DRM on Sekiro which makes it easy to crack. The game will soon be available on torrents as developers have left it open for pirates. The good news is that even hackers and pirates support developers and most players do not pirate a game they know is good.

The lack of DRM wasn’t an issue with The Witcher 3 as it sold millions of copies across the globe on all platforms. Sekiro Shadows Die Twice is expected to be a success thanks to amazing Metacritic scores.

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice review excerpts from notable publications:

IGN — Sekiro evolves From Software’s formula into a stylish stealth-action adventure that, naturally, emphasizes precision and skill in its combat. It walks the line between deliberate and patient stealth and breakneck melee combat against threats both earthly and otherworldly. Its imaginative and flexible tools support a more focused experience that shaves down some of From Software’s overly cryptic sensibilities without losing its air of mystery. Sekiro is an amazing new twist on a familiar set of ideas that can stand on its own alongside its predecessors.

GameInformer — It’s a challenging journey through a weird and wondrous world that forces you to learn and master its punishing combat to succeed. However, the sweet thrill of victory keeps you pushing forward despite myriad disheartening deaths. Sekiro is one of the most difficult games I have ever played, but for those seeking adventure, exploration, and a truly realized ninja fantasy, the trek is worth the high demands.

PlayStation Lifestyle — Untethered from the expectations that come with a Dark Souls or Bloodborne game, FromSoftware was able to create a game that maintains the studio’s unique identity while allowing them to explore interesting new mechanics and ways of telling the story. Sekiro is challenging, but fair—a game with the goal of allowing the player to grow, rather than the avatar. It blends mechanics and narrative in a way that is too rare in games today, allowing for a deep level of immersion that begs for just one more clash of blades no matter how difficult the encounters get. Seeing each one to its bloody finish is well worth the trials it takes to get there.

The reviews are highly positive for Sekiro which should bring in those still on the fence about the game.