Sifu Review

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Sifu is utterly uncompromising in its design, and that’s a sword that cuts both ways. It’s brutal learning curve and unique structure that demands you beat it in just one lifetime both loom as great barriers to overcome, but on the other side them is one of the best modern action games around.

Sifu Reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC.

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  1. Fun fact: in sifu when you pick up a staff and it breaks until it’s short, it becomes a bat like weapon. Making it have the same finishers as the bat weapon and pipe. Insane attention to detail

  2. Already reading articles somewhere about ways to abuse save file so you wont age quickly and restart the level. Pathetic journalists

  3. If it was white characters: "story is predictable,it begins with your father's murder, just like every gruff white protagonist revenge trope" we all know this would be correct 🤣🤣🤣 game is dope though

  4. why can't MMA games learn from other fight games and GTA style open world games, combine them and make a gritty Video game?

  5. Complaining about a game being hard should be considered as lazy criticism as long as that hardness is clearly intentional. It is clearly intentional by the creator here. Sure you could say game is hard, but some of us like that. Making a game too easy is what's ruining the gaming industry. Go watch a movie if you don't want a challenge.

  6. From what he tells here it seems like a game of sleeping dogs combat without the whole sandbox element to it.

  7. To be honest.. this is one of the best games I’ve played, It reminded me of Jackie Chan Stuntmaster(PS1) Similar Story, similar Levels and the gameplay is very enjoyable. Hope there will be another sifu game!

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