Imagine thegames, except with samurais in Japan.
We saw the protagonist stealthily take down opponents by jumping down from ceiling beams and attacking from close quarters. There was also a sweet one-on-one samurai sword fight, something even Batman can’t offer.
Unveiled last October at Paris Games Week, Ghost of Tsushima is a big project from Sucker Punch Games, the studio behind the Infamous and Sly Cooper franchises. It appears to take places during the Mongol invasion of Japan in the 1200s.
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