This is it folks. This is our very last episode. So let’s make it a party, shall we?
We had a very lively Twitch chat to join us as we celebrated 139 episodes of WDGR. Will and Drew talked about five games each want to beat after the show ends, including some long time thorns in their sides like Sekiro and Horizon: Zero Dawn.
Plus, the two open up an extensive mailbag one last time, and take some time to address their future projects.
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Sekiro Shadows Die Twice. This game should really be named Sekiro Shadows Die 462 times. I love this title piece because it makes me feel like Tom Cruise from The Last Samurai. It’s more than fitting for such a stellar game. Enjoy, fans.
Sekiro. Sekeero. Sekeroh. I’m still trying to figure out how to properly pronounce the title of this game. Welcome back to another Will’s Cool Games editorial! Today I will be covering why this game could be the coolest game for me yet, and why and I can’t seem to play it without the fear of me destroying it, and feeling like an absolute failure. Sekeero. I’m going to stick with that for now..
What does Sekiro mean, anyway? The direct Japanese translation is “one-armed wolf”, and Sekiro is the main protagonist. You are the one armed wolf, and a deadly one at that. You have a prosthetic arm, and a sharp, sometimes shiny sword. Channel your memories of Tenchu for a moment, and envision your character traversing rooftops via grappling hook, and swooping down on enemies while impaling them with your sword. Sekiro does a bang up job rekindling this, but in a much cooler way. Your mission is to attempt revenge on a samurai clan who kidnapped him and his lord. So, with a small glimpse into what this game is all about, let’s find out how it made the cut for a Will’s Cool Game, shall we?