I had puppeteer equipped from earlier, because it sounded cool. I thought the move itself was used during combat, to gain an advantage. This was the first realization I had that it could be used for progressing quests.
We only saw one other team parachute to the Military base (via Jeep they stole from Mike). The circle was going to push them back off the base, over the bridge. I was waiting for them. They ended up delivering ALL the military base loot right to us.
Our 3-man squad secured a Chicken Dinner after starting at Mylta, taking a boat (Italian Job), and setting up a bridge blockade. Was a very high intensity game, just the way I like it.
ENDGAME BUILD (PS4). This is a poison | ninjutsu | anima gain build, utilizing the Kusarigama as main weapon with Katana as secondary. In this video I discuss my favorite build to play in Nioh 2. Originally I had focused on Katana and ninjutsu (using the Flying Kato set). Towards late game, I made the change to poison, and slowly converted the build over to anima gain and Tengen. 00:17 character page, 02:11 set bonus, 02:53 build name, 03:15 Tengen mention and soul cores, 03:48 poison melee damage stacking and armor overview, 05:17 trinkets, 05:52 d-pad loadouts, 07:13 skill trees, 09:29 mission select and start, 10:27 boss 1, 11:27 boss 2, 11:55 boss 3, 14:11 second missions selection, 14:39 boss battles begin (chain bosses), 16:53 final boss dead, 17:59 final thoughts, 18:22 extended gameplay 1, 18:57 extended gameplay 2.
Gear and Talents: https://imgur.com/a/0DLaeRx
Clan: Date https://nioh2.wiki.fextralife.com/Date
**Nioh 2, two thumbs WAY UP. This game ROCKS. Definitely feels like Nioh is carving out its own identity among the titans of the genre like Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
**Nioh 2 will eventually be on PC, but for now it is PS4 only. It will follow a similar path as Nioh 1 on its journey through the DLCs and the eventual port to PC.
Key game info: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/nioh-2-ps4/