Game Review – Ghost of Tsushima – Part II

Today’s Topic on :-My First Review + Reviews + Game related+ Game Review [ Ghost of Tsushima – Part II ]

The plot of ghost of Tsushima

As this is based on a true story Jin was among the few Samurai who were left among the Invasion. The war was left among the war was lead by Kublai Khan of the Yuan who tried to capture the Tsushima Island aka will be played by Khotun in the game play. It will be really exciting to see history in the form of game play.

The plot is simple you have to train and to defeat the cunning enemy. the game also has a horse to travel from one place to another many unknown character will be meeting to help the play. Grappling look will be available to place that are difficult to reach. A katana weapon used to fight against the mongolians. Firecrackers and bombs to create a distraction. the trailor of ghost of Tsushima Game. The post Ghost of Tsushima game based on the first Mongol invasion of Japan.

The main lead character is Jin Sakai who is a Samurai left after the Mongolian tried to capture the Tsushima Island. Samurai will also enter the game play her name is Masako. Also other characters like Monk which will be played by “Ippei” and “Onibaba” is known as the high priestess in the game play.

Meet some of the characters on your journey.

Jin Sakai

While Jin starts the game as a samurai, he’ll learn skills and adopt tactics that are decidedly not samurai-like and begin to form his new identity, The Ghost.  As you play, you’ll learn more about Jin, the threats he faces, the allies that help him along his journey, and what he’ll have to give up to become this new kind of warrior.


Shimura is the jito (lord) of Tsushima. He is a samurai as well as uncle and father figure to Jin. He’s trained Jin since childhood in the traditional ways of the samurai, and grows increasingly concerned by the tactics Jin starts to adopt as he abandons his teachings and becomes The Ghost.

Khotun Khan

Khan is a Mongol general and leader of the Mongol army invading Tsushima Island. Khan is a ruthless, cunning enemy who uses everything he knows about the samurai to try to destroy them. He’s a brutal, unrelenting adversary that Jin will quickly learn not to underestimate.

To know about the game Before you begin from the start, you can choose to play Ghost of Tsushima in English, or in Japanese with English subtitles for a more authentic samurai cinema-style experience. You’ll also have the option to play in Kurosawa Mode, inspired by the legendary filmmaker, which changes the world to black and white, cranks up the wind, and makes subtle changes to visuals and sound. You’ll be able to enable this option at any time in the menu.

And also follow the four lesson

Let the island guide you :- Watch your surroundings for clues that can lead you to points of interest, such as smoke on the horizon or mysterious-looking trees. Call the Guiding Wind to help navigate toward your current objective. As you explore, you can pick any point on the map and follow the wind to find it, ranging from various Tales of Tsushima to specific points of interest, villages or even collectibles.

Surviving early combat :- Combat in Ghost of Tsushima can be surprisingly brutal if you’re not prepared. Even common enemies can defeat Jin with just a few strikes, so it’s always worth being on guard. Look for visual and audio cues that signal an enemy attack and turn the tables to your advantage.

Suggested first upgrades and tales :- Early on, even the most basic fights can quickly become dangerous for Jin. Here are some ways to even the odds.

Jin’s evolution and Tsushima’s secrets :- Tsushima is overflowing with resources that aid in Jin’s journey. You’ll find most of these as you progress, but if you’re looking to make the most of early discoveries, we’ve got you covered. And more detail available in game guide .

Game of Tsunami- [ Ghost of Tsushima – Part II ] Trailer

Credit to Game-play

Composers: Shigeru Umebayashi, Ilan Eshkeri

Developer: Sucker Punch Productions and Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Genre: Stealth game

Rating :- 4.8 / 5

Where to buy:- You can go with following provided links [ Choose Your Edition ].

Amazon U.S Ghost-Tsushima-Launch-PlayStation-4

Amazon U.K Ghost of Tsushima Standard Plus Edition (PS4)

Lastly about the Game [ Ghost of Tsushima ]

Ghost of Tsushima is a joy to play and best quiet and the latest PS4 game from developer Sucker Punch is an attempt to merge the structure of a conventional and one of the most memorable world games of this generation and satisfying combat system and an engaging, dramatic story. Open-world game with the setting of a classic samurai film. Think of it as Assassin’s Creed by way of Akira Kurosawa.

I’m also providing to you soundtrack listen:–

Ghost of Tsushima (Music from the Video Game) – Provided to YouTube by Milan

Jin Sakai · Ilan Eshkeri Ghost of Tsushima (Music from the Video Game)

This is favorite :–

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4 thoughts on “Game Review – Ghost of Tsushima – Part II

  1. I respect you comment and i known about your are one of the famous author and i already read your post ( guest post ). i liked it. Thank you for visiting.
    Have a good day!


  2. Wow I don’t play video games because I am afraid I might get too caught up in them. The animation and music is simply amazing. What an involved true story line and interesting characters. Truly amazing what video games are like. Have an amazing day. Love 💕 to you and all your loved ones. Joni

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      1. the music and quality of the game based on history is truly amazing. I am a writer but if I started playing games this good it would be hard to stop. So I was trying to really compliment your work. Have an amazing day. Love ❤️ Joni

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