Ghost of Tsushima in review – The samurai game we always wanted

Special reports, analyses , and background information for role-playing heroes as well as hobby generals and single-player enthusiasts – from professionals aware of the games being played. Your benefits: At the beginning of our Far …

Special reports, analyses , and background information for role-playing heroes as well as hobby generals and single-player enthusiasts – from professionals aware of the games being played. Your benefits:

At the beginning of our Far Eastern adventure, however, we were faced not just with our hero Jin Sakai against the Mongols and the Mongols but also with a few technical hiccups. The adventure that started as bumpy soon turned into an amazing feudal adventure through an open and beautiful world that completely captivated us with its compelling characters.

Of the evil Mongols with brave warriors

The story that frames the Ghost of Tsushima is quickly revealed: During a massive Mongol assault on an island near the shores of Japan, the outnumbered samurai was nearly destroyed in a brutal fight. Only the hero Jin along with his grandfather, escaped. However, the latter was taken prisoner by the Mongols.

In the next 25 to 30 hours that we required for the main story, the task was now to Tsushima’s sole free Samurai, on the one hand, to protect his honor and the dignity of his clan that was destroyed and , on the other hand, for him to free the land from Mongol forces, with the help of his new companions.

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