There’s no lie to it that the martial-art action-adventure title Sifu isn’t a simple game by any means, but the freshly released game has already been mastered without causing any injury to the player. Playthrough videos on YouTube reveal that all of the game’s bosses can be defeated without ever taking a single shot at them.
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Since Sifu is a third-person combat game with a rogue-lite twist, it was destined to be a little tougher than your average action game. In the beginning, things may be severe even for a seasoned player, so it’s unexpected that somebody could pull off a full no-damage play with all of the title’s boss fights in only a few days.
As per YouTube user Kusemek, who released a pristine walkthrough of Sifu, the title is undoubtedly tough, but they had a great time playing it. Because Sifu lacks any form of difficulty setting, all players face the same degree of difficulty, with just minor differences arising as the protagonist advances through the stages.
The benefit of this is that anybody may test their skills against Kusemek’s and thereby improve their overall record.
Since the game’s aging system is related to Sifu’s depiction of death as well as its plot development, it implies that Kusemek finished their run while the player was still in his twenties. However, despite a YouTube video showing just the boss battles, it is clear that the gamer was unable to mimic battles since the hero would’ve matured if they had.
Sifu is being released today for PC as well as PlayStation consoles, but those who purchased the Deluxe Edition received the title 48 hours earlier. After a few glitches with the PlayStation Store’s early access downloads of Sifu, the developer offered to provide a surprise present to Deluxe Edition owners who complained. Keep in mind, though, that the gift’s nature is still a secret.
Kusemek’s gameplay makes the action-adventure seem simple, but it’ll be important to know that Sifu isn’t a button-masher. Even if most people begin playing Sifu today, it’s not yet clear whether flawless laps will be common, or if this feat would be approximately similar to clearing Dark Souls using a dance pad.
It seems that Sifu will be a significant addition to both PlayStation, and PC. Even though Sony’s PlayStation isn’t in trouble, some have questioned the dearth of exclusives launched in the previous year, however with Sony’s acquisition of Bungie, the year is already looking stronger.
Contrary to popular belief, many PC gamers despise the Epic Store since it lacks core functions such as a shopping cart, which was implemented in September 2021. In other words, Sifu is an interesting exclusive for both businesses since it might be a candidate for 2022’s Game Of The Year award pretty soon after launch.
Sifu is available to download on PS4, PS5, and Pc.