The game can be very challenging, and if you go into it just trying to play it like it's a soulsbourne game, or a sekiro, you're probably going to end up frustrated. You have to play it like Lies of P first and foremost, which means there's going to be a fair amount of learning that you'll need to do.What the "not for everyone" part about? TLDR?
IIRC both the first Nioh and Wo Long had the same problem. Team Ninja released a demo, players collectively complained about ridiculous parry windows and they adjusted it for the regular release and everybody was happy. (Altho I still think parry windows are too tight in Nioh, rendering parrying a tactic that people rarely use; which is a shame).
I think the game could benefit from have a slightly more forgiving perfect-guard window, which would even out the difficulty a bit.
It was long before then that this shit started. More like Dark Souls 1, only because Demon's Souls (original) was pretty niche and unknown, even after becoming a cult classic in the West.
Yeah, I've come to understand that if you're going to run a technique build in this, you're going to have to become a master of the perfect-guard. I'm running a heavy build and I still need to utilize it efficiently. Technique build will have to wait for NG+ for me. There are some really cool weapons for it.And here I am, with 16 Technique (~ Dexterity), only to find out that rapier may not be a good choice after all.
The reward is fun gameplay. Clearly something you're not interested in. So, I don't know, just don't play it?Tell me more about this reward. It better be a *really* good reward if I'm required to play game from one of Asia's ghettos based on an ancient children's cartoon where you control a little girl dressed up like a male performer at the world's gayest theater. This reward better be a hell of a lot better than a Hyundai, I'll tell you that much.