Ghostwire: Tokyo Review: A Supernatural First-Person Shooter With Plenty of Spirit

Ghostwire: Tokyo Review: A Supernatural First-Person Shooter With Plenty of Spirit

Richard Walker

Ghostwire: Tokyo is something of a one-off. It's an experience that almost defies any sort of easy description or explanation, failing to cosily slot into any one genre or type of game. In the simplest of terms, The Evil Within developer Tango Gameworks has made a supernatural first-person shooter, in which you wield elemental powers.

As Akito, possessed by ex-ghost hunter KK, you'll need to cleanse the eponymous city of a malevolent corruption, as the mysterious masked Hannya strives to connect the material world to the underworld. This means fending off monstrous spirits, extracting their cores, and, ultimately saving Tokyo bit by bit. Unique it might be, then, but is it actually any good?

Read our definitive Ghostwire: Tokyo review to find out.

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