Ghost of Tsushima Review – Spoiler Free, here is our round-up on the recent exclusive to the PS4 and we are keeping it spoiler-free.
Tsushima is on the brink of destruction. In the wake of a crushing defeat at the hands of ruthless Mongol invaders, noble samurai Jin Sakai must sacrifice everything to protect what’s left of his home and people. As he embarks on an epic adventure for the freedom of Tsushima, he must set aside samurai traditions, embrace unconventional methods, and forge a new path—the path of the Ghost. that’s all you get as otherwise I will be crossing the line and giving you to much info on the game.
To GOT gameplay is very clean and easy to master the overall aspect of the game is very similar to how Assasins Creed once was and you could easily mistake this to be an AC game, but it’s not and Sucker Punch Productions have done a master class on what Ubisoft should have done 2 games ago instead of the what we got in Origins and Odyssey.
The gameplay is centred around defeating your captures and the multiple bosses fight throughout the game can be difficult to master how the attacker is going to strike, But the said sometimes your do feel the edge of repetition but this is expected in this style of game.
The landscapes and detail of old Japan are beautiful and draw you into the game the fighting styles and details on the swords are well done, however, they are certain elements that you do see issues around water and some beach areas, but these do not detract from the game.
Once you complete the game around 45 hours including the side quests then I can’t see many going back to it for a while. With the lack of announced DLC or add on’s, the game is going to either end up on the shelve for a while or not get played again.
But don’t get me wrong 45 hours of gameplay in this day and age for a single-player game is amazing, my only issue is the repetitive nature it becomes
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