Dev talks world building
PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima wowed a lot of people when it appeared at E3 earlier this year. Its gameplay demo was arguably the highlight of Sony's shaky show, but we've seen virtually nothing of the game since. And while the above video doesn't feature anything particularly new, it's interesting to...
Ghost of Tsushima is essentially a love letter to old Japanese samurai movies, and while its recent gameplay reveal trailer demonstrated some stunning use of colour, there are a growing number of fans calling for the game to have a black-and-white filter to add to its authenticity. One fan even re-coloured the E3 2018 trailer to...
Watch the dubbed gameplay reveal
You’ll be able to play Ghost of Tsushima in Japanese – in fact, Sucker Punch is showing it to the press with subtitles at E3 2018. And this video of the title’s gameplay reveal really does feel right with the foreign dub incorporated. It’s the exact same gameplay demo that we saw during the platform...
Sucker Punch already confirmed this, but for those of you who weren’t paying attention, it’s reiterated that Ghost of Tsushima will be playable in Japanese with subtitles. The game – which is striving for historical authenticity – will offer a dub as an alternative to the English voice acting. The Seattle studio’s working with...
Optional activities will have narrative depth
As you’d expect, there’ll be a main thread to Ghost of Tsushima’s narrative, which will explore the arc of protagonist Jin Sakai in 1274 Japan. But there’ll be much more to the PlayStation 4 exclusive’s open world, which will form the fabric of the fiction. We got a glimpse of one of these...
Land of the Rising Sun
Ghost of Tsushima got a lengthy gameplay demo during Sony's E3 2018 press conference. It's got gorgeous environments and some brutal combat. Clearly, developer Sucker Punch has been watching old samurai movies. The title didn't get a release date or anything, in case you're wondering, so just be sure to soak yourself in the...
We're due to see a bit more of Ghost of Tsushima, the latest title from Sucker Punch, during Sony's E3 2018 conference, but up to now, we've seen and heard very little about the project. However, these two pieces of concept art have emerged online, and they're rather lovely. The debut trailer looked similarly gorgeous, and we're...
Sword up, son
Ghost of Tsushima is one of the four games that Sony’s set to showcase at its E3 2018 press conference, and much like with Death Stranding and The Last of Us: Part II, the company putting out that information early has allowed Sucker Punch to start teasing. Take this photograph
Sony announced its E3 2018 plans last week, initially confusing everyone but eventually getting its message across. This year’s show will focus on four monstrous PlayStation 4 exclusives: Ghost of Tsushima,
Dev wants to keep things respectful
Western developers tackling Eastern themes is, for whatever reason, a rarity when it comes to gaming. When Ghost of Tsushima was announced at Paris Games Week 2017, we'll admit that we had it pinned as a Japanese-developed title, and like many, we were surprised to see American studio Sucker Punch credited at the...
From Seattle to Tsushima
Sucker Punch’s shock feudal PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima sounds like it’ll be the Seattle studio’s biggest ever game, eclipsing the scale of the small but obsessively detailed inFAMOUS: Second Son. Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida confirmed as much during a PSX 2017 panel, adding that the project...
Y’know, it’s been such a busy week that we haven’t really had time to process Ghost of Tsushima yet. Like, we all expected Sucker Punch to announce something soon-ish, but how many of you anticipated a bloody samurai-based feudal ninja thing? You would have gotten pretty crazy odds on that a week ago, we suspect. Anyway, the game...
Sucker Punch spills the beans
Sucker Punch has spilled some early details on its upcoming title, Ghost of Tsushima. The samurai-based project was revealed earlier today during Sony's Paris Games Week 2017 press conference, and it's safe to say that most people were wowed -- ourselves included. It's only natural, then, that we're desperate to hear...
Sony opened it's Paris Games Week 2017 press conference with one heck of a big reveal: Ghost of Tsushima. It appears to a samurai-based action title set in Japan's past, and it's being developed by none other than Sucker Punch, the studio behind Sly Cooper and the inFAMOUS games. We simply can't wait to hear more.
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