“Wake the fuck up Samurai, we have a city to burn.” Ah wait, that’s the wrong game. Despite not featuring the shining excellence of Keenu Reeves, being overshadowed by The Last of Us Part 2 and getting considerably less attention from Sony than Naughty Dog’s long-awaited disappointment, Ghost of Tsushima has ended up being a fantastic end to the Playstation 4’s long line of strong exclusive games. Ghost of Tsushima is selling great and breaking records, and it thoroughly deserves to. Marvel’s Spider-Man let us be the web-slinger. Red Dead Redemption 2 let us live our cowboy fantasies. Ghost of Tsushima lets us live with honor as Samurai.
‘m away to put the finishing touches to my review for Ghost of Tsushima, just a mere month after it launched. Because obviously I’m the fastest reviewer on the planet who always gets their work out on time. Ah ha ha. Ha. *sobs*
Anyway, I was in the process of deciding which screenshots to use for the review when I realised that I loved most of them. Ghost of Tsushima is so utterly breath-taking that even a moron like me can take screenshots that look amazing, entirely by accident. So, here’s a selection of my favorite shots from my time with Ghost of Tsushima.
Welcome back to another Weekend Whammy! And this one is even on the weekend! On this week’s dose of nonsense I’m going to talk lock down, the Horizon: Zero Dawn PC port being a bit rough, Ghost of Tsushima being awesome and skateboarding in Death Stranding.