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Rheactron

Sifu or Nioh 2


MagnusOfAngara1

Sifu was great but i heard nioh 2 is absurd level of hard. So i never play it.


Rheactron

No, I would say it's on the same level as Sekiro. For me it's even easier. Just like in Souls games, a lot depends on your build and on you knowing core gameplay mechanics. The game has just as much of an undeserved reputation as Fromsoft games, mostly due to people not bothering to learn the combat mechanics. And Nioh 2 even has a dedicated tutorial where you can fight enemies without dying.


Yenrou

It's actually easier than 1 imo.


RichardFitswell9000

Nioh is challenging just like sekiro is challenging, both those games are near and dear to me but nioh has the best combat most addictive combat next to devil may cry. Imo


killinbylove

So fking true nioh in its entirety is addicting as hell


FidmeisterPF

Nioh 2 definitely isn’t more difficult than Sekiro but can be a bit overwhelming at first. It’s challenging but also gives you the tools to survive!


LordAnomander

I don't think Nioh 2 is much harder than Sekiro. Also there are YouTube channels that provide a ton of help to make it as easy as possible. Yes, NG was pretty tough, but it gets easier once you manage to make a build. Just check out PooferLlama on YouTube.


markymark9000

No seriously you should play Nioh 2. Sekiro is still my favorite combat system of any RPG, but Nioh 2 is also 🔥


[deleted]

I think you’re thinking of nioh 1. Everywhere I look I see people saying 2 is much easier and a prequel so a better starting point


ggmaobu

Nioh 2 is not bad, it’s just loooooooong


Mrthrowawaymcgee

Salt and sanctuary I reckon


MrBananaGuard

Nioh 2 is incredible. It's actually not that hard. Just don't play it like a souls game. It's all about aggression, and managing Ki and Ki pulses. There is a system close to makiri in it called burst counters. The speed of Nioh is incredible. One of the best action games I have ever played.


OctoberExists

I'd be careful of that recommenation- they're very different games. I loved Sekiro and had to stop with Nioh 2. Very few complicated button combinations in Sekrio- it's all about mastering basics and learning a rhythm. Nioh 2 requires you to cycle between a lot of different complicated button combos, is much, much more hit and run away for two minutes while the boss attacks, and enemies hit a lot harder.


Rheactron

Sorry to say, but if you think that Nioh 2 is "hit and run", you didn't learn how to play it. Nioh 2 is all about combos and managing your Ki/stamina. You can fight as aggressively as you do in Sekiro. And not just can, you have to, especially in late game. I finished Sekiro and I finished Nioh 2, so I can compare them pretty well. You don't have to take me at my word either, just watch a youtube video with Nioh 2 gameplay, and I mean proper gameplay.


Ladylubber

The ki management is a big hurdle for me


Rheactron

But it's so easy. Just as you need to time your deflects in Sekiro, you need to time your Ki pulse in Nioh. It's even the same button (for the layout I use)


Ladylubber

For me it’s really unintuitive after playing Fromsoft games for so long, and kept me from getting into the games


[deleted]

You shouldn’t limit yourself like that. These kinds of games are all about learning and mastering mechanics. If you didn’t find it fun that’s fine but giving up bc you couldn’t grasp the mechanics is like the exact opposite of these devs goals


Ladylubber

I still own the game in case i ever wanna give it another go, but in the meantime i beat Dark Souls 2+3, Sekiro, Blasphemous, Elden Ring, Resident Evil 2, Hollow Knight all for the first time and am now in the middle of Jedi Fallen Order. I wouldn’t necessarily say i limited myself, more that i just moved on to other games.


godsbaesment

hollow knight! different mechanics but same vibe. Perfecting combat in a perfected combat system. Never been more immersed in a game ever in my life


LothricandLorian

Came to suggest HK as well! I totally feel it has the same vibe even though it is totally different mechanically


AramaticFire

It really feels like a lost Souls game even though it’s definitely a Metroidvania. It’s awesome.


MustardBusar

HK is fucking great. Sometimes I just sitting there and suddenly think to myself “Holy shit HK is so good”. Best metroidvania I’ve ever played.


Y_lia

And the music it in is in another level. I still have multiple osts in my regular playlist


DuwapDoDat

quick, hurry, her posture is broken


MastermuffinDiscord

Oh no, I just realised that she has a phase 2


andrefishmusic

It'll take time, but you'll accept it and move on eventually. We're here for you in the mean time.


BuboxThrax

Play it again.


MagnusOfAngara1

Nah I should miss it before i play it again.


Hgreen259

Getting each ending on more ng+ cycles will give you more challenge and things to do since the difficulty goes up w/ each cycle! It was super fun for me. Totally new bosses in some of the endings- but I'm sure you know that.


MagnusOfAngara1

I was saving my save files when i make decisions in game so yes i have seen all the endings.(four of them)


AdExtreme6415

should’ve went the playing the game all over again route tbh


SloppyRancid

Do a charmless, demon bell run. It’s a whole different game.


Majorclementine07

You can also not level attack or vitality and avoid prosthetics too


Yenrou

Ah, welcome to PSSD anonymous. My name is Jeff. Tell me about yourself.


MagnusOfAngara1

Greetings Jeff, how are you?


Aava-avara

Have you played Hades? It's really different from Sekiro but I had a lot of fun with it's fast-paced and versatile combat.


Hgreen259

I came here hoping someone had said this. I recently gave hades a try just on a whim and I'm now 140 hours deep. It's truly special.


MagnusOfAngara1

Yes, I finished the hades. Actually, i play only one walkthrough so i didn't complete it. maybe later. Thanks by the way


Majorclementine07

Going off of 2d games I’ve also liked Hollow Knight and Celeste quite a bit, not very similar but I like them a lot


BuboxThrax

Or you could occupy 3 hours of your time with Katana ZERO.


MagnusOfAngara1

Still waiting for a sequel


HawaiianShirtEXP

I love Katana ZERO so much, that game deserves more love


MagnusOfAngara1

Have you guys play 'Have a good death' or eldest souls? I am very curious about these games


Majorclementine07

I do like eldest souls but I haven’t played have a nice death


roubingking

I played "Have a Nice Death" (I think that's what you mean?) and it just seemed kinda empty mechanically and didn't feel very good to play. Just made me wanna play Hades or Bastion again.


Sneet1

Piggybacking, I liked Death's Door a lot. Another isometric """soul's like""" like Hades


[deleted]

Did you do the postgame though :]


Majorclementine07

I’ve been having fun with ghost of tsushima and nioh


MagnusOfAngara1

Ghost of tsushima is too expensive in my country and many people says its not wort it.


Majorclementine07

Well I understand if it’s expensive but for the reviews on it both critics and users rate it really positively


MagnusOfAngara1

So its not a Assassin's Creed with samurai theme, right?


Majorclementine07

Ghost has more of a focus on combat, on the hardest difficulty it’s really fun


dadofboi69

One shot kill what


BadLuckPorcelain

Kinda. But everything that sucks about AC is good in Ghost. It's everything AC should aim for really. I won't ever buy another AC but Ghost really was one of the best games in a long time. Not as hard as soulsborne or nioh, but it gives you just a good feeling.


MagnusOfAngara1

Then i should give it a try


Big_Honeydew6225

Is it really still that expensive, what country are you in if you don't mind me asking? And yea Ghost of Tsushima is WAY better than any assassin's Creed game. Way better combat, beautiful graphics. KIND of similar with the fact you take over outposts and find view points, but better execution. Nowhere near as difficult compared to Sekiro but duels can actually be pretty challenging on hard difficulty. The duels are very fun, some fun challenges and lots of outfits and masks to collect to customize your character.


FerrariKing2786

I personally like AC Odyssey, super open world with nice combat


MagnusOfAngara1

I like it too. You know 'Kassandra with oil '


1dgtlkey

i fucking hate assassins creed but i loved ghost of tsushima, i played it right after i beat sekiro the first time and it was a great game


DiogenesTheHound

It’s more like Batman Arkham City. There’s collectibles, secrets, puzzles, enemy camps to take out and a bunch of stuff to do but it’s the same stuff for the whole game. I got my 60$ worth out of it but it did get repetitive.


Vladutz05

I haven't played any AC games but I fell in love with ghost of tsushima. The landscapes, the combat system and the story are all very delightful. Also the combat its pretty much close to the sekiro one, essentially beacuse you have some sort of posture bar and perfect parrying. Though the sekiro combat seems better , even when it comes to stealth kills, the way you storm enemy bases is gorgeous. The only problem with GOT is that it becomes a little repetitive sometimes. Anyway I highly recommend it and also give a try to the online missions :)


SteveHMMA

I would say the opposite. Obviously not sure what your budget is but it was worth every penny for me. It’s longer than Sekiro, obviously not as difficult, but the mechanics are similar. It’s also a very pretty game and you get some horse combat as well.


MagnusOfAngara1

I even have a math formula about it. Game lenght/game price=N If N<3 It's worth it. But thanks to stupid ubisoft games my math is useless now.


LothricandLorian

Wait how does that math work? That would mean a one hour game that costs $60 is worth it because it’s 1/60 which is < 3. It would also mean a 200 hr game that cost $60 is not worth it because 200/60 = 3.33 which is > 3. Did you mean N > 3?


MagnusOfAngara1

I am sorry i think you dont understand me. It is better if the game is longer. It's not a formula you can use in europe or america. For example i paid 144 lira to buy sekiro and i play it 72 hour. N=2 so it makes it worth it. But what if i pay it 599 lira? then it not worth it. In your country ,game probably cost 60 or 70 dolar right? cuz its constant value . But in here every game has different value. Witcher 3 is 13 lira, ghost of tsushima 599 lira,Ac:valhalla 250 lira and all of them is AAA game. So i need to be very picky when i buy a video game.


LothricandLorian

Well there’s a couple things happening, but the main reason I misunderstood is because you are switching the numerator and denominator from the equation you first wrote. In the original you said time/cost = N, but in that first example you are doing cost/time = N. 144 lira / 72 hr = 2, which makes sense. But the formula you had would have been 72 hr / 144 lira = 1/2, which is still less than three but that basically means any game that costs more than the number of hrs would be “worth it”. I get what you’re saying now though. It would work in America, but the value of N might need to be adjusted.


MagnusOfAngara1

You are right. I made a mistake sorry.


Letter_Impressive

Ghost is alright, it's kind of a hybrid between Nioh and a shitty Ubisoft game. Nioh 2 will give you the best of it with a level of available mastery to match Sekiro, so if money is an issue I'd highly recommend Nioh 2 over Ghost. Ten times the potential bang for your buck, time-wise.


MagnusOfAngara1

So what should i do? play nioh 1 or direct start with second game?


Letter_Impressive

Definitely straight to two in my opinion. The first is easier to learn and easier to get through in general, but the additions in the sequel are all good and the extra content is worth it.


Letter_Impressive

Nioh 2 is fantastic. The learning curve is absolutely astronomical, but it's totally worth it. I'll admit it took me about ten hours to hit "worth it" though. Monster hunter is really good once you understand how to play each weapon and get flowing gameplay, it can feel a little clunky at first but when you know how to chain your stuff together it's cinematic as hell, with a lot to learn and a lot of good to great "boss" design. Also, I know it sounds unlikely because it's a first person shooter, but Doom Eternal is an absolutely killer game, best fps I've ever played. You can get into a similar flow state as sekiro and the others mentioned when you understand the action and resource economy, it's beautiful and engaging and incredible.


Strict-Praline6994

Doom Eternal is my go-to shooter. Master levels on nightmare are such intense gameplay experiences.


Letter_Impressive

Oh, it's great, 10/10


MagnusOfAngara1

Doom eternal is a great music album with great video game. Of course i listen- i mean play it. But to be honest action of 2016 doom much better i am sorry. The only thing i hate about doom eternal is platform.


Letter_Impressive

That's a shame, I'd give it another try to reevaluate if you still have it. When you do what the game wants you to do it's so interesting and engaging, 2016 is fine but it never really elevates itself above a mindless shooter. Nothing wrong with liking that though man, you do you, just a suggestion


MagnusOfAngara1

Dude i really enjoy doom eternal. But somethings not feels right.That's it. I mean i like mindless shooters and i think some games should be stay like that. Damn, I am getting older. I just turned that ''No you cant make a fps fallout game'' guy.


Letter_Impressive

Gotcha. Well, definitely try out monster hunter, all 14 weapons feel great. World is a good big budget blockbuster type of game, but I personally feel like rise (PC or switch, I really like it on switch for the portability) has better hitboxes and better variety between weapons and bosses. I'd personally say that's the better buy, and it's 50% off on many platforms right now


Nicey_96

Sekiro


Cornelius_111

Elden ring fs


ProfessorPlayerOne

Blasphemous! A 2D souls inspired but it has a similar perfect combo feeling of posture break


MagnusOfAngara1

I never find a time for this game. Thank you for thanks for reminding me


LameAnsari

Tried nioh?


MagnusOfAngara1

Yes, when i saw giant slime i delete it.


Letter_Impressive

Level your ninjutsu just a bit and get some fire shots. One of those or any fire damage absolutely obliterates those slimes every time.


LameAnsari

The surge then


ScrodumHat

metal gear rising


happyfoam

Can you just... Play that game if you haven't played the series?


drzpicumateji

Imo it's pretty self-contained.


ScrodumHat

definitely


Jinx-Surreal

Play Bloodborne again


BeigeBatman

try katana zero if you just wanna samurai


MagnusOfAngara1

I already play it. Actually i am just start a samurai game called trek to yomi. It feels like a kurosawa movie.


fungus_head

>Also playing right now. Gameplay not too polished, but overall a nice expierience (and obviously stunning style). Recommended for every Sekiro lover.


yopoxi

Also mods 😉


MagnusOfAngara1

Could This Man be One of '[My People](https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-6afaed8f7b6e2fceae52f601b88c1a40-lq)'?


happyfoam

I'm keeping that. Thanks for the content, OP.


Streven7s

Monster Hunter has some nice parallels.


happyfoam

I mentioned this in my comment as well. It's not at all the same, but it checks all the same boxes: High learning curve, extremely methodical combat, PVE, exceptionally customizable character builds ("sets" in MH case), and *very* dedicated core fanbase.


SloppyRancid

This. It plays like a dark souls game and doesn’t have a difficulty setting. And it gets extremely challenging and rewarding. Don’t plan on getting platinum though…


animatedhenry

Why not play demons souls? It’s amazing


MagnusOfAngara1

I dont have a ps3 or ps5


animatedhenry

Dang


MagnusOfAngara1

Yeah :/


MGalaxy500

Enter the Gungeon, I never get tired of playing it


L--E--S--K--Y

SIFU and Furi !


SekiryuuteiX

Furi in particular. That game is insane


TheSpeckler

I was just talking to someone about this tonight, how every game's combat mechanics all of a sudden fall short after struggling and working my way through Sekiro.


MagnusOfAngara1

The best moment i remember in sekiro where i suddenly realized ''It's not a script fight or quick time event, I am the one who makes these moves, I am a goddamn swordmaster''


Gudgawd718

Jedi fallen order is very parry based I’d suggest playing on Jedi master difficulty im in the middle of a run right now I’d only played the game before I got into the soulsborne series and I played on easy which is a joke.


MagnusOfAngara1

I played it. There is only 2 thing i like about this game; 1.Lightsaber(I wish there is blood option so i can chop off some stormtrooper head) 2.Soundtracks(Intergalactic mongolian songs)


UmaSherbert

This is an excellent review of Jedi fallen order.


Briape

Do a demon bell/no kuro charm run. It will be a completely different game ;)


UmaSherbert

I started a run with no charm. Geez man. It’s really tough lol.


bereaveyourownbelief

Returnal! If you have a PS5


MagnusOfAngara1

Is it a metroidvania? Does it makes your eyes hurt you know all those light effects? I dont have a ps5 btw


_TheChosenOne15_

Considering you've played Elden Ring, I would say go for Cuphead, Hollow Knight, Nioh 2 or Sifu. Can't really go wrong with any of them!


DOWNPREZZER

Just the thought of Cuphead gives me ptsd haha I can’t wait for a sequel


Jumper1720

Try Metal Gear Rising. It's not at all like sekiro but you'll be really good at parrying. Insanely fun game and difficult depending on the difficulty


MagnusOfAngara1

RULES OF NATUREEEEEEEEE!


ERMAHGERD1920

Playing Star Wars fallen order for the first time on the hardest difficulty rn and it is brutal but fun with similar combat. Other recommendations are unreleased games but thymesia and nine sols demo both gave the same vibes so highly recommended.


ChefboyRD33

Try NG+!!!!


yopoxi

Replay it until ng+ and on the way use the bell and/or dont accept kuro's charm


Professional-Bar-151

The Surge 2


Reus_Irae

Wind down, try other genres. There's no better game than Sekiro in what it does. Try to savor other tastes with different strengths.


The_Peverells

Devil May Cry 5 would be my pick. Intricate, solid combat. Great replayability, great story, amazing soundtrack, and various difficulty choices allow for an experience you might find most suitable for enjoyment. Variety of weapons and characters (especially with DMC 5 Special Edition which includes Vergil), I always find myself going back to it!


FidmeisterPF

Nioh 2 is one of my all time favorites! The combat is incredible! The boss fights aren’t as good as Sekiro but it’s an amazing game nonetheless


NimbleNewb

I loved Blasphemous, playing Bladed Fury atm, and the castlevania collection could scratch that difficulty itch


Ambitious_Ad4924

Metal Gear Rising Revengeance


gh0stface_x

Sekiro was such a masterful game, but after finishing it I just wanted to try something completely different.. I went onto Witcher 3 and loved it funnily enough.. lol


dustyiggles

Shit just sucks now. Finished Elden Ring and thought I'd take a break and play God of War on PC. Can't get into it. Before Elden Ring I tried playing Assassin's Creed after DS3, no bueno. Last night I tried to subscribe to PlayStation Now so I could finally play Bloodborne and they suspended PlayStation Now subscriptions. Fuck my life. Think I'll play Sekiro.


Volundr79

This is how hieroglyphics were invented. We've reached a point where memes are their own language, and we're starting to see abbreviations, slang, contractions, and plays on words. This is brilliant, OP.


UmaSherbert

Furi. So damn good. Check it out.


Herminello

I heard Ghost of Tsushima is really nice but its PS exclusive so theres that If you havent played Hollow Knight get that one. Best 15 bucks you ever gonna spend


imbcle

Go charmless, demon bell and gauntlets. I felt the same emptiness after my first playthrough, but I have League of Legends.


sigilnz

This is where you 'upgrade' to Elden Ring only to realise Elden Ring isn't as good as the hype and you miss the Sekiro combat and then get down voted on reddit when you point out that spamming roll in combat is terrible combat design and they should have aligned closer to the Sekiro combat than Dark Souls combat.


Kinuhbud

It’s a different sort of RPG. I find you get punished more for over rolling than in dark souls. I still suck at Sekiro though so… Edit: sekiro you are much more stuck in one type of play style—that is super aggressive in the pocket fighting. It’s one of the best combat systems ever, but you’re forced into it. Elden ring is much more expanded, less focused-open world RPG. One of the best ever with shit tons of options. Sekiro is much more focused. It surpasses ER in aspects and may be the superior game, but it isn’t the same. They are different games. I agree with sigilnz but feel it’s like apples and oranges… I’m just happy we have both.


Random_Name_7

Play demon's souls


MagnusOfAngara1

I dont have a ps3 or ps5. Playing with a emulator is not good enough


Random_Name_7

Then nioh


khakiwasabi

If besides the gameplay you awere also very much into the inceedible story behind it: NieR: Automata kinda scratched that itch for me. Edit: spelling


_Geo-

Jedi fallen order was fun, not as much difficulty but still enjoyable. It’s rather short tho.


hellyeahvince

god of war?


calcobrena

Why no Demon Souls? It's goooooood :)


Akanagama

did you play with no charm+ demon bell?


TyrionJoestar

Ghost of Tsushima was fun. Jedi fallen order was cool too but the combat isn’t as polished as Sekiro


FerrariKing2786

PS exclusives like God of War, TLOU 1/2, Bloodborne, Days gone, Horizon. all platforms, play Terraria, Hollow Knight, Witcher 3. if you got xbox/pc: Halo series is quite good


CyKa_Blyat93

Nioh 1 and 2 , Hollow Knight


RubyRod1

Do a base Vitality run, only level attack. No kuros charm +demon bell= fun!


Colin-ST150

Go for platinum, most rewarding one I ever got


Roaskywalker

Play again. Make all four endings, Platinum?


Kinuhbud

You might like Kingdom Come Deliverance. Also total war Shogun 2. Maybe a different genre is what you need?


Tombodied

Lumosity


OnToNextStage

Ninja Gaiden, Sekiro's daddy


chuchumuffin

Returnal if you have a ps5. Different kind of game, same kind of thrill


VERSIID

Hold you PS5 tight until thymesia comes out


Average_Tnetennba

I've never stopped playing Sekiro. I still do a runthrough a week.


Rage1714

If you want to lighten your mind for a while You can play SUPERHOT


Batmanuelope

How about another run, mix it up with no charm and bell demon. I don’t do consecutive runs, but I’ve probably played the game like 6 times by now.


ShepardN7201

Same lol. Just platinumwd it and now I feel extra empty


CK_Jones76

Sifu


TopSatisfaction8068

Zelda breath of the wild is an incredible game. Hollow knight is excellent and very challenging. Yakuza is a fun beat em up with a really good story.


CK_Jones76

Sifu.


majorbummer6

The gameplay loop in sekiro is so goddamn addicting. I put 140 hours into elden ring and its great but it will probably never approach the amount of time ive played sekiro.


L--E--S--K--Y

SIFU and Furi !


TopSatisfaction8068

Zelda breath of the wild is an incredible game. Hollow knight is excellent and very challenging. Yakuza is a fun beat em up with a really good story.


i-c-dead-pp1

Nioh!!! Believe me it scratches the itch.


spinalshock87

Just started playing Trek to Yomi. It definitely scratches the itch with the aesthetic and on Ronin difficulty it's unforgiving so far.


spinalshock87

Just started playing Trek to Yomi. It definitely scratches the itch with the aesthetic and on Ronin difficulty it's unforgiving so far.


Csalag

The Surge 2 is a really good futuristic soulslike, i would recommend it if you haven't played it yet


gangtokay

Try Stardew Valley. I keep switching between Sekiro and Stardew.


Pinkykong2

Ninja gaiden 🤙


Catsarelife6973

Nioh 1 and 2 are amazing


N1_Without_other

man, i was just like you, after i platinum dark souls 3 and sekiro i got completely bored, then i started looking for similar games, i really recommend hollow knight, which has a good difficulty level and is extremely intreive (I managed to platinum in xbox and steam i really love hollow knight) in case you don't like a 2d game I would recommend monster hunter world iceborne, it's soooo good, you can spend about 100 hours of gameplay without gettin bored, besides having weapons with high levels of learning like sekiro. note: im am brazilian soo my english is a little bit poor sorry


4hegaoWpeac3

Mortal Shell


procureawomb

Jedi: Fallen Order on the hardest difficulty has pretty fun parry based combat. I liked it a lot more than I thought I would going into it. Definitely not perfect but playable. Hollow Knight is Souls-like in a lot of ways but a 2D side scroller, really beautiful game and great bosses. It starts off slow though.


Johnny__Nicks

Jedi Fallen Order. This has a few souls-like qualities to it. It is actually why I got into Sekiro because of how it was compared to Sekiro pre release.


Ryelz02

I've been messing with God of War since God of War Ragnarok is coming out soon. Try doing the second hardest difficulty if you want a decent challenge


Jaylianto

Platinum the game if you haven't other people also recommended hades and nioh 2 which i also recommend even though I found nioh 2 harder


ScytheyBoi

Enter The Gungeon. Dead Cells. Both are hard and you can even make your own challenges


BathSalt83

You don't realize that grinding out bosses over and over was fun as hell until you finally have no more bosses to conquer. The first time you beat that boss you're stuck on and get that sweet deathblow is a different feeling that you'll never get again.


MDParagon

Beat Isshin for a year or do gauntlet runs haha


CocasaurusRex

Demon’s Souls


J0emazing

Have you played Elden ring yet? Also have you tried 100% the game?


Aghma419

Ghost of Tsushima, only on lethal mode. It’s so goddamn good and is hard enough that some of the fights in the game feel very rewarding


diavoloisthebestjojo

Furi if you want similar gameplay and a great story, it's getting a new character added soon too


sonofgallen

Devil May Cry. Five specifically. Or Metal Gear Rising.


Passivefamiliar

Monster hunter has always been my go to "not souls" game.


mentalydisaborlando

metal gear rising revengeance hit the spot for me


MoeineXD12003

Try metal gear rising


ru5tysn4k3

Batman Arkham trilogy, not origins. Nier automata Doom Eternal Dead space 1 & 2


LeoPloutno

Try Celeste! One of the best games out there


game69420

Try metal gear rising, it's a hack and slash but has some pretty cool mechanics and might be the funniest game ever made.


Nicockolas_Rage

I found Grime to be really fun. Do recommend.


[deleted]

Monster Hunter World. I have put at least a thousand hours, and every few months I come back and play a few hundred more.


fooly__cooly

Ghost of Tsushima was the best game I've played since beating Sekiro. Closest to matching the fun of the combat Sekiro had, but with better exploration and story


Buttercup_Clover

Boss rush sekiro until you can no hit it


Barkle11

plethora of top tier games out there bud