Game Review: Ghost of Tsushima

A good open-world RPG is like a glass of wine: great to sip on for a while and when the glass is done you just pour more (well, that’s more my wine routine). I guess Ghost of Tsushima (GoT) in this case is like sake if we’re keeping true to its Japanese roots; a visual masterpiece with a great pace that feels rewarding and full of depth with many interesting character stories. I’ve indulged in open worlds throughout the console…

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A crazy copywriter based in Toronto. Come and enjoy my reflections and niche pieces. Owner of devoircopyco.ca

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