FromSoftware’s latest release, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, is a hard-hitting and enthralling spectacle of a game. It’s a complete departure from the European-inspired Soulsborne series the developer is known for, instead taking players to the war-torn lands of Japan’s Sengoku Jidai – the age of warring states. This medieval period was defined by bloody battles, political strategy, and a desperate struggle for power from all sides. Choosing to set the game in this era is part of the reason why Sekiro is as exciting as it has proven to be. If you’re finding yourself in love with the style, setting, weapons, and battles – everything that makes Sekiro what it is – you can get an extra dose of that era with a new anime.
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