SIFU: the PS5 edition is 20% off on Amazon!

SIFU: the PS5 edition is 20% off on Amazon!


If you are</a> looking for an excellent title to keep you busy during the next summer holidays, and which also enjoys excellent replayability, then you cannot really ignore this excellent Amazon offer concerning the splendid Sifu, action game made by Sloclap, and received with great acclaim from the public and critics.

After an exclusively digital debut, Sifu has also been available in physical format for a few months, at a price, in itself, already competitive, namely € 49.99 . Today, however, Amazon has further lowered the price of the PS5 edition, now available for only € 39.99 and, therefore, truly unmissable for anyone who has not yet played this little gem.

Imprinted on a simple but brilliant idea, Sifu is a roguelike in beat 'em up sauce, which will put you in the shoes of a talented and unstoppable martial arts master, whose particularity is to be able to come back to life after every death.

The point is that with each game over our protagonist will progressively age, losing speed, but increasing in strength, making the approach to the game always different, but really very galvanizing, thanks to a dynamic and fluid combat system, which will make the action on screen a feast for the eyes!

Featuring excellent artistic direction, Sifu is a challenging and layered title which, moreover, in its physical edition also enjoys some nice bonuses, such as an artbook, a digital soundtrack and a series of 3 splendid lithographs, which further highlight the splendid artistic commitment of the Sloclap team.

Embellished with a steelbook, Sifu is a truly unmissable title, nothing short of perfect for this summer of holidays given its fast-paced and exciting pace and, for this reason, we suggest you complete your purchase as soon as possible, so as to take your copy home with you before prices, predictably, start to rise again!

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Sifu motion control mod lets you play your very own kung-fu movie

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Sifu is an incredibly fun, responsive, yet brutally difficult action game. It gives you a real sense of being in the middle of a fistfight, demanding you lean into tight combos to come out on top. Though, how would it work with motion controls?

Surprisingly well, it turns out. Modder Rudeism decided that playing the PS5 and PC brawler with a regular controller didn't quite cut it. Instead, he created a unique motion controller setup that's somewhat reminiscent of Wii Sports' iconic boxing mini-game (thanks, IGN (opens in new tab)).

Rudeism, who also got a Fisher-Price controller to work with Elden Ring, shared his experience on Twitter with a video clip. The nearly two-minute-long clip showcases Rudeism's motion controller gloves, each equipped with a motion sensor and an analog stick.

The clip is a joy to watch as Rudeism expresses glee at the working state of his motion controller setup. He demonstrates that actions like throwing punches and performing parries work as intended. Essentially, he's turned Sifu into a fitness game, not unlike the brilliant Nintendo Switch Sports or Ring Fit Adventure.

The setup isn't without issues, though, Rudeism shows off quite how much maintenance the controllers need. At one part, Rudeism has to crack out a soldering iron to patch up the controller's wiring when the motion controls go on the fritz.

I love hardware-centric mods like Rudeism's Sifu controller, they can really bring a game to life. I want to see some official motion control support added to the game; something that may be a possibility if Sifu ever gets a Nintendo Switch port, with motion handled by a pair of Joy-Con controllers.

When done right, optional motion controls can feel like more than just a novelty. Gran Turismo 7, for example, features an excellent motion-based option that essentially turns the DualSense into a steering wheel. It takes some getting used to, but it's surprisingly responsive and loads of fun.

That said, I know why motion controls likely aren't on developer Sloclap's to-do list. Sifu is a viciously difficult brawler even when played on a regular controller. Throwing motion controls into the mix would only ratchet up the difficulty. That's doubly so when you have to take your own stamina into account.

Still, it's great that Rudeism managed to get a motion-based proof of concept working for Sifu at all.