The game’s development status remains unclear.
Looks like there’s a lot crammed into 2020.
Could we be playing Ghost of Tsushima in less than a year?
It’s truly amazing.
Might the launch date be further away than we’d hoped?
But it’s a “good” kind of pressure.
Greatness (still) awaits.
Sucker Punch is working hard to create an authentic experience.
Ghosts of Tsushima has learned from some great samurai films, but here is a list of others to get players even more excited for the game.
If you cut a leaf, does it actually cut in Ghost of Tsushima?
Sucker Punch doesn’t disappoint.
They’ve got Japanese developers helping out.
Sony killed it at E3 2018.
Kurosawa style, this looks like a traditional black-and-white Japanese flick.
It was another great year for games.
A fascinating departure for Sucker Punch.
“Exhilarating” experience, according to developer.
Get ready to snap a lot of pictures.