Popular Post bellow Posted July 19, 2020 Popular Post Share Posted July 19, 2020 So I have about 5 hours in on this, and my first impressions are very positive. I'm sort of seeing everything that was promised in the reviews - from the incredibly tactile combat, full of balletic paries, dodges and blood soaked counters, to the lukewarm (though still effective) stealth - then to the leaf blown and colourful open world that delights the eye, but is still host to some of those ubi-like tropes, like enemy forts and such that, all of a sudden, seem to belong to videogame's past. Here, though, they seem very unobtrusive, and in the early game serve as necessary training grounds for the rather tricky combat. Or you could be like me - find a field of flowing pampas grass and practice against the winds of Tsushima, like a true Samurai. 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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