Ghostwire: Tokyo

released on Mar 24, 2022

After strange disappearances hit Tokyo's population, it's up to you to uncover the source and purge the city of a strange, new evil. Armed with your own mysterious spectral abilities, you will face down the occult, unravel conspiracy theories and experience urban legends like never before.

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(Played before 2023)
This game had a really cool world, an amazing visual style, and some fun spells and enemies. That's about it. It feels very short with a lot of filler that mingles with the fun aspects, doesn't have enough powers to utilize in battle, and definitely feels like it would've been better as a linear game. The story was pretty bland, and I think a lot of the mystery was taken out which was the best part. It just doesn't have that air of surrealism that the marketing and trailers had, which is a real shame.

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Extremely fun gameplay, could honestly run around the map for ages. The DJ music slaps while you're fighting spirits. Story is sort of lackluster, and the lack of interactions with other characters is somehow a step down from The Evil Within.

Shorter games, highly stylized, more fun, good shit

this shit crazy good, i can't feel my fingers anymore!

Ghostwire Tokyo is a good game overall. The game play and mechanics are fun at times and the game’s story overall is not bad. Kinda sad this game got slept on because this had a lot of potential; however the game is semi decent of how short the game really is. The main reason to stay is the side missions which are a HANDFUL!!