From Software turned out to be true to their own traditions and despite the fears of fans, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice can rightfully be called one of the most difficult games of the generation. But complexity is a relative concept and, as in the case of previous projects from From Software, there are always people who either give up after the boss, or try to complicate their passage in every possible way. For example, as streamer ATwerkingYoshi, who managed to complete Sekiro Shadows Die Twice using Donkey Konga drums as controller.
To implement, in our opinion, a completely insane idea, the streamer had to tweak a little to set up the reel control system for playing Sekiro. To begin with, he connected drums to the PC using special adapters and emulated an Xbox gamepad.
The main problem was the insufficient number of buttons on the drums: one main in the middle and two on the top of the drum. The solution turned out to be ingenious: adjust the settings of the main drum button so that a long and short press on the button would lead to different game actions. In addition, additional problems during the passage of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice were thrown by a naughty camera, which prevented the streamer from seeing opponents at different heights. It was not possible to completely avoid the problem with the camera, so when passing ATwerkingYoshi he limited himself to pressing the right stick, which centered the camera behind the main character.
It took the streamer 10 hours and 131 one respawn to complete the game. We admit, a very decent result even when playing with a gamepad. And if you do not have the skill of a true shinobi and even the usual passage is difficult, then we recommend that you read our guide with tips for passing Sekiro Shadows Die Twice.
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