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Ninja Rage Quits After Being Unable To Take Down One Of Sekiro’s Bosses

And it’s not even the hardest boss!

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Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins recently set Fortnite aside (shock! Horror!) in favour of the already-notoriously difficult new release courtesy of FromSoftware.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been at the centre of a debate about accessibility in video games, and whether or not it needs an Easy Mode so less-skilled players can enjoy it.

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It looks like Ninja might be one of the people who needs an Easy Mode for the game, as he rage quite Sekiro after a 30 minute struggle to defeat one of the game’s bosses [via Dexerto].

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Warning: minor Sekiro spoilers ahead, but just about boss fights, not story.

In a clip, which you can watch below, Ninja celebrates bringing down the game’s Guardian Ape boss after a long, hard battle – only to find out the Beast has a second form. In classic Ninja style – he runs away.

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Despite warnings from his followers, Ninja went ahead and attempted the game anyway.

It seems that even this brutal *ss-kicking hasn’t dampened Ninja’s love for the game though. He tweeted: “Sekiro gives me life.”

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Whether you agree that Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice needs an Easy Mode or not, it can’t be denied that FromSoftware has nailed it yet again with this fantastic title.

Sekiro launched late last month to critical acclaim, and has stayed pretty consistent in the sales charts since launch. Despite the debate around its difficulty and accessibility, it has to be noted that it is a truly exceptional title.

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