The samurais are back with a vengeance. With Ghost of Tsushima, we travel back in time, all the way to the 1274 year to the tiny island of Tsushima as Jin Sakai, the protagonist, gets ready to drive out the evil forces from his land. If you have played or seen the Ghost of Tsushima review, one of the things that stay with you is the amazing storyline and stellar graphics of the game.
Whether it's the inner turmoil of Jin Sakai, the sword duels, or the amazing landscape, this game has managed to settle in our hearts for good. After all, games with good storylines are a rare thing to come by these days.
Based on this immense love that we have for this open-world game, we have assembled some of the best high-res wallpapers from Ghost of Tsushima that will do justice to the high-end gaming monitor of yours.
So, without further ado, let's have a glance at them.
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1. Enter the Samurai
One thing that makes this game stand apart from the others is that you can choose the combat styles as per the need of the hour.
If you have played this game, you must know all about the Guiding Wind. For those who are yet to play it, you will see wind pointing in a particular direction as you make your way through the game. This 'wind' is all but a subtle push to go to the next interesting objective.
And it's not just the wind. At times, you will also see a fox or a big golden bird gently pointing to a new direction or hidden shrines.
One of the highlights of this game is the inner turmoil of Jin and the concept of stealth. As a samurai, he was taught from the very beginning to look in the eye and kill. However, with the present scenario, he will have to improvise and kill from the shadows, thus beginning the game of guilt and turmoil.
Did you know that your sword will be your ultimate (and only) companion in key battles? Yes, you can't draw out other weapons and have to play using your sword and rely on your instincts & reflexes to defeat your enemy.
Did you know you can also opt to play the game in Kurosawa mode? This is a special black-and-white filter, and the characters too engage with each other in Japanese. And it makes the game even more beautiful and brings home a surreal feeling.
Speaking of Kurosawa mode, did you know that Ghost of Tsushima pays a heavy homage to Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, who is known for films like Seven Samurai, Ikiru, and Throne of Blood, among others.
The best part of the Ghost of Tsushima is that the game beautifully balances key battles and side quests. And while you build your allies or go off exploring, the sheer magnitude of the beautiful graphics never ceases to amaze.
Like The Last of Us 2, Ghost of Tsushima also includes moments where you can sit back and contemplate your actions. In the Last of Us 2, you could strum melodies on the guitar, whereas in Ghost of Tsushima, you may sit alongside a hot spring to sit and relax. You can also take the wide landscape around you as motivation to pen down a few lines of poetry.
I am sure you must have played your share of open-world games like Assassin's Creed, Grand Theft Auto, and The Witcher, and now the Ghost of Tsushima. So, which game do you like the most and why? Let us know in the comments below.
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