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Tango Gameworks failed? Ghostwire: Tokyo for PS5 and PC received ratings – press opinions were divided

Reviews have appeared online Ghostwire: Tokyo – paranormal action for PlayStation 5 and PC from a Japanese studio Tango Gameworkswhich released two parts of The Evil Within

Opinions of viewers on the game were divided, and scores ranged from 6 to 9 points. The average rating is now 76/100 on OpenCritic and 75/100 of Mecacritic.

Ratings:

  • PlayStation LifeStyle – 95/100
  • Shacknews – 90/100
  • IGN Spain – 90/100
  • IGN Italy – 90/100
  • PlayStation Universe – 90/100
  • Twinfinite – 90/100
  • Stevivor – 90/100
  • Niche Gamer – 90/100
  • WayTooManyGames – 90/100
  • FingerGuns – 90/100
  • GGRecon – 90/100
  • Screen Rant – 90/100
  • Gamerheadquarters – 87/100
  • Hobby Consolas – 85/100
  • PSX Brazil – 85/100
  • Geek Culture – 85/100
  • Bazimag – 85/100
  • Gamepur – 85/100
  • COGconnected – 82/100
  • Game Informer – 80/100
  • GameSpot – 80/100
  • Game Revolution – 80/100
  • TheSixthAxis – 80/100
  • VG247 – 80/100
  • Attack of the Fanboy – 80/100
  • God is a Geek – 80/100
  • GamingTrend – 80/100
  • Wccftech – 80/100
  • Gaming Nexus – 80/100
  • EGM – 80/100
  • Spaziogames – 80/100
  • GamingBolt – 80/100
  • GameSpew – 80/100
  • Saudi Gamer – 80/100
  • Next Gen Base – 80/100
  • INVEN – 80/100
  • The Independent – 80/100
  • Tom’s Guide – 80/100
  • Glitched Africa – 80/100
  • 33bits – 80/100
  • ComingSoon.net – 80/100
  • Filmweb – 80/100
  • Hey Poor Player – 80/100
  • Twisted Voxel – 80/100
  • Checkpoint Gaming – 80/100
  • Merlin Kazan – 76/100
  • Destructoid – 75/100
  • The Games Machine – 75/100
  • ZTGD – 75/100
  • Press Start – 75/100
  • AusGamers – 75/100
  • Worth Playing – 75/100
  • SECTOR.sk – 75/100
  • Infinite Start – 75/100
  • Sirus Gaming – 75/100
  • WellPlayed – 75/100
  • PC Gamer – 72/100
  • IGN – 70/100
  • GamesRadar + – 70/100
  • VideoGamer – 70/100
  • Game Rant – 70/100
  • PCGamesN – 70/100
  • Gameblog – 70/100
  • Digital Trends – 70/100
  • Hardcore Gamer – 70/100
  • Gamersky – 70/100
  • Cubed3 – 70/100
  • Inverse – 70/100
  • But Why Tho? – 70/100
  • XGN.nl – 70/100
  • PowerUp! – 70/100
  • UnGeek – 70/100
  • Prima Games – 65/100
  • New Game Network – 62/100
  • Push Square – 60/100
  • We Got This Covered – 60/100
  • TrustedReviews – 60/100
  • CGMagazine – 60/100
  • Kakuchopurei – 60/100
  • GamesHub – 60/100
  • VGC – 60/100
  • Metro GameCentral – 40/100

What they write in the reviews:

GameSpot: “The unique supernatural action game and the very beautiful open world of Ghostwire: Tokyo cover the shortcomings of mediocre history and chaotic side missions.”

WCCFTech: “Ghostwire: Tokyo can be the best Tango Gameworks game. It’s a great and meaningful action adventure game with an exciting universe, strong battles and great exploration of beautifully recreated Tokyo.”

Push Square: “Ghostwire: Tokyo feels like a step back from what Tango Gameworks has created in the past. Although the game’s combat system is interesting in some episodes, it becomes repetitive too quickly. Despite the excellent support of the DualSense controller on the PS5, some memorable moments and a nice visual, Ghostwire: Tokyo can be safely missed.

PCGamesN: “The main plot quickly begins to repeat itself, and the side content is inflated with futile activities, but the exploration and battles in Tango’s terrifying, detailed Shibuya are what Ghostwire: Tokyo does best.”

GamingBolt: “Ghostwire: Tokyo combines unique ideas with template design, and although the latter influences the impression, in the end, it’s still a solid and enjoyable game that deserves attention.”

VGC: “Sometimes it seems that incomparable art direction, music and visual style deserve to make the technical part of the game better, but when it all comes together, Ghostwire: Tokyo becomes one of the most memorable games in the AAA space if you don’t pay attention to its gameplay bugs “.

Polygon: “Perhaps the best thing I can say about Ghostwire: Tokyo is that it is emotional. It is noticeable how much attention has been paid by the authors, from cultural details in side stories to depicting the world itself, flooded with rain. But whatever its charm, it intertwines in disappointing design solutions and sluggish mechanics.

Destructoid: “In another world, Tango Gameworks could stop releasing games, but with the new start under the auspices of Xbox Game Studios, I can’t wait to see what’s new for us. Ghostwire: Tokyo is not for everyone, but it gives us an idea about what Tango is capable of, and I hope that next time they will push the boundaries even further.

The first 17 minutes of PS5 gameplay:

The project is released on March 25.

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