The Ghost of Tsushima lets you fully dwell in medieval Japan. Making you a part of Samurai legends.
The year is 1274, and the Samurai warrior of Japan is fighting outright to avenge invading the island of Tsushima from the Mongolians. Sucker Punch Production has done it again.
Sony interactive entertainment has gone beyond borders to deliver the kind of magic the gamers were expecting. Starting from the Infamous Second Son and First Light, Sucker Punch developed – an open world action-adventure game. The Ghosts of Tsushima, centred around the journey of a Samurai, rising from the ashes to avenge the spirits. Developers at InFamous created urban Japanese locations to let the audience explore the map at a more intrinsic level. Larger landscape, gratifying graphics, and an engaging environment, this game is already towards a radical shift in the tech-advancement.
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Above all, The Ghosts of Tsushima ranks high due to its action-adventure storyline. It is in the top list of PS5 gaming series, that developer has ever created.
Perfections Of The Imperfect War-era!
The storyline revolves around four modes of action-adventure to choose from: Standard, Subtitled, Samurai, and Kurosawa. As a result of your choice, the game shall determine the overall experience. And perhaps shape graphical purveyor within the gameplay, accordingly.
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You play as Jin Sakai, a protagonist of The Ghost of Tsushima. After the Mongolians invaded Japan in the 13th century, Jin Sakai emerges as a lone survivor from the war. Jin Sakai adopts morally different tactics to defend his home from the war afflicted Mongolians. These existential settings make the experience more accessible and authentic. Kazuya Nakai has voiced the gameplay for our protagonist, Jin Sakai. He is known for his roles as Roronoa Zoro in One Piece and as Mugen in Samurai Champloo. In many other ways, this game feels like the definitive way to experience The Ghost of Tsushima in the year 1274.
Samurai Mode In The Play Line
You will be able to enjoy the game most with the Japanese audio track giving a realistic experience, with English subtitles for easy comprehension. As English is the only language fully lip-synced to the characters in The Ghost of Tsushima. Considering the expanse and deep cultural difference between Japanese and other languages. A slight visual dissonance is expected in this mode. Ironically, there is a direct inversion of the dissonance from classic kung fu movies. Even though difficult to understand by people at large. The Japanese audio more than makes up for it by featuring a killer cast.
Another Musical In The Ghosts Of Tsushima?
Even after having scored a perfectness at most of the scenarios, what this game lacks is the originality of the pre-historic era. The developers have paid due attention to the graphic rendering. Resulting in a stylish smorgasbord of the best scenes experienced in open-world gaming. Developers have a thing for adding a soothing effect in the gameplay. For instance, just like The Last of Us, a fitting swan-song is also added here.
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As this game takes you to the medieval era of Japanese culture and history. Embellished with mythical details. You are sure to be surprised to see the cinematic adventure this gameplay delivers to you.
The long-awaited console not only lets you live out your nostalgic samurai dreams, slicing and dicing invaders and bandits alike. It lets you fully dwell in the medieval Japanese setting that acts as its centre stage. A game that rewards you for writing a haiku poem, and that’s exactly what The Ghost of Tsushima does. Find out yourself!
The Ghost of Tsushima System Specifications
- Preferable CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz Or AMD FX-8320
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 2 GB or AMD Radeon R9 380
- RAM: 8 GB
- OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 (64 Bit)
- DirectX: DX 11
- HardDrive Space: 60 GB
Released in July 2020, the game is available for PS4.