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Ghost of Tsushima Review, Price, Characters

Ghost of Tsushima Review

Ghost of Tsushima Review, price -Theopgaming

Ghost of Tsushima is a totally dazzling open world action/adventure with mind blowing battle and smart solution for longstanding issues in the class, in spite of failing on the secrecy side of its covertness/activity split. Sucker Punch Productions developed this game and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for PS 4. Lets take a look at story ,price ,Ghost of Tsushima Review and characters.



Story:


Game is set on Tsushima Island in the late thirteenth century. It will include a different arrangement of districts and structures, for example, wide open spaces, fields, hallowed places, old backwoods, towns, ranches, mountainscapes and different milestones. Players will experience various characters, companions, and far-fetched partners while adventuring.


Nate Fox the director of the game said that “This is the game that is entirely grounded in reality”. We are trying to bring people to the 1274 period of Japan. The director also said that we are inspired by history but it is not totally based on that time and we’re not trying to rebuild Tsushima island. He also said that the protagonist is fiction because it may hurt the sentiments of people. We also try to add some Historical figures and try to get information from people who are aware or have knowledge but it will be insensitive, so we didn’t do it.



Price and Release Date:


Ghost of Tsushima is released on 17 July 2020 worldwide. It is a PS4 Exclusive, may be the last from Sony.


Price: The price for a game in India is 3,999Rs, for US 60$ and for the UK £55.



Ghost of Tsushima Review:


The Mongolian army has invaded the Tsushima island. Tsushima island located between Korea and Japan. The island is the territory of Japan. You have to defeat and fight with Mongolian army and the game is based on 12th century. Since it is based on 12th century there are no modern weapons but you are a Samurai and you have to fight with Swords when Mongolian attack you.


The landscape Scenery is amazing where trees shades leaves, Crystal clear water, Temples, Sprawling fields and forest looks Gorgeous. There are also Hot Springs where the health of your Character heals. There is a lot of stuff to explore. Every detail is amazing like burning of fire and Snowfall. Traversal moments are good enough like riding horses, on foot movement, climbing rooftops and there is a lot of Variety in scenery.


The main focus of the game is Combat. Initially you won’t like it but after unlocking different tools, skills and moves with time you will love combat flow, at the end of game you must have killed at least 400 enemies. There are 4 different stances to kill enemies and also have heavy and light moves. You  have Sticky bombs and smoke bombs to attack. Also you will feel combat repetitive after some time. You can  lie in grass and can use Bow to kill enemies. Battling against little gatherings of enemies is a great deal of fun, for example; you need to consider your position, and you can blend things up with weapons like covered up tossing sharp edges. In any case, often, the game tosses waves and floods of enemies at you, and it transforms into a catch crushing craze.


The mission structure is terrible in open world games to kill enemies or to find them there are only specific paths that we have to follow. You are also not able to skip the Cut scenes. In contrast to Assassin's Creed, which consistently utilizes its recorded settings as stages for its own flighty stories, Ghost of Tsushima adheres so near the tropes and storylines of classical samurai fiction that it now and again neglects to have its very own character.



Characters:


The hero, Jin Sakai (Daisuke Tsuji), is a samurai warrior. His companion and partner Masako is a samurai lady. The primary opponent is the savage and sly broad Khotun Khan of the Mongol Empire (Patrick Gallagher). Other characters incorporate Onibaba (Minae Noji), the High Priestess (Hira Ambrosino), and Ippei the Monk (Keisuke Hoashi).

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