Blindfolded wolves run at AGDQ to show the real way of ninjas

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a large, complex and difficult game, but that didn’t stop the speedrunner Mitch Ritz From being blindfolded to beating it. This isn’t the first time Mitchriz has beaten Sekiro this way, but at AGDQ last weekend he did it for thousands of viewers.

The run demonstrated a level of patience, planning, and skill, and I’m not sure I can handle anything, let alone FromSoftware’s 2019 ninja action game. Mickey Ritz is like “In the Hole,” completely focused on the game’s audio cues, so reviewers, LilAggy and Spiked Vegeta, which provides some basic background on what is required for this type of work.