This Sekiro player is throwing money at all his problems (and all the problems are bosses)

Mo' money, mo' problems, right? Well in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, you'll have plenty of problems and poverty doesn't change that. So, you might as well throw your money around -- literally.

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jznrpg7d ago

I saw on eBay people who will kill bosses for you for money. I would never pay anyone for something like that but more importantly I would never give anyone access to any accounts that I have . Crazy . And the game isn’t that hard btw just pay attention and try out different skills jump over sweeps etc

thatguyhayat7d ago

You didnt read the article did you. Hes throwing ingame money at bosses killing them

slayernz7d ago

haha when i saw the headline thats the first thing i thought of as well....but yeah as you say it pays to read the actual article before posting stoopid comments about it lol


Using money as a weapon..I saw the video. I think the guys name is Tyrannicon.

CrimsonWing697d ago

The game is hard. I'm pretty sure that's why the whole "easy mode" controversy came about.

Ben Dover6d ago

Reading is very hard for jznrpg. Hopefully he finishes school before 2030.

Fist4achin7d ago

How much did it cost you?!

Just messing with ya!

Traecy7d ago

Took my precious time & learned bosses patterns,the Mortal Draw help me through the rest of the game.

sushimama7d ago (Edited 7d ago )

Well done. No matter how long it takes you, the feeling afterwards cannot be beat

Try not to laugh at this:

CaptainOmega7d ago

Does dragonrot effect the different endings?

sushimama7d ago (Edited 7d ago )

@ Captain. No it doesn't. You don't really have to worry about dragonrot.

SpineSaw7d ago (Edited 7d ago )

Ohhhh I's the Sekiro Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching it! By any means necessary. Well done dude.
Even the Sekiro bosses have a price. See, money really can buy anything.

PhoenixUp7d ago

This reminds me of the Bribe mechanic in FFX

Tross7d ago some emperors in real Japanese history handled the "bosses" they had to face? It wasn't always currency, but there was bribing involved in many events that shaped Japan's history. The Nara period was definitely all about money though. It's good that a game set in Japan simulates that time-honored tradition. Granted, it involves "throwing money at them" in a much more literal manner, but this is a videogame, so...

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