Review: Ghost of Tsushima
What is the latest samurai game like? Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner take a look...
Chris - You have lots of different stances. So you can stand there and you can sort of adjust your posture. So you can stand with your sword above your head. And then that will counter a certain bad guy. And then you stand with your sword to the side, and then you counter the other one. So it's quite innovative in its combat. It's a bit like the Batman game that a lot of people would have played. Arkham city, Arkham asylum, all that kind of thing. In terms of the combat. When I first saw this though, I really wasn't bothered. I just didn't like the look of it at all, but it plays super smooth. And everyone's going crazy about the graphics.
Leigh - Well, I was just about to say it. The graphics look amazing.
Chris - The camera mode, especially it's like people are taking awesome photos, but they're just from the end game engine. If you want to spend your money on a big game, it's worth going for,
Ghosts of Tsushima is a seven to an eight out of 10, depending on if you'd like the whole vibe of it. It's 50 quid. I would say get it.