Pre-orders Open for ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Soundtrack From Laced Records

Audiophiles and fans of Bethesda’s Ghostwire: Tokyo have their chance to splurge today, with pre-orders for Masatoshi Yanagi‘s soundtrack for Ghostwire: Tokyo going up on Laced Records’ website. As you might expect, there are several flavours available, with all orders shipping out this November. The $35USD base version of the Ghostwire: Tokyo soundtrack includes 26 […]

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[Review] ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ is Full of Ghostbusting and Soul-Searching

In Bloody Disgusting’s Ghostwire: Tokyo review, we find comfort in the melancholy as well as the melodramatic of this Tokyo ghost story. Ghostwire: Tokyo is not the follow-up to The Evil Within 2 you might expect from Tango Gameworks. Yet it clearly shares in its predecessor’s DNA. It deals in the art of death, but […]

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‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ is Shaping Up to Be a Spirited Spookfest [Hands-On Preview]

In our Ghostwire: Tokyo preview, it seems Tango Gameworks is heading in an intriguing new direction. Does it translate to a good horror experience though? Ghostwire: Tokyo is a game about the lines between the living and the dead. It’s also a game steeped in Japanese mythology. More importantly, however, Ghostwire: Tokyo is the most […]

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Former ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Creative Director Establishes New Studio UNSEEN [Trailer]

Ikumi Nakamura, former Tango Gameworks’ creative director for the upcoming Ghostwire: Tokyo, has founded a new studio called UNSEEN. Referred to as “a borderless and mysterious game development studio”, Nakamura says that the new studio will develop games with a focus on mystery, horror, sci-fi, and the supernatural. In an interview with IGN, Nakamura stated […]

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New ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Pre-Launch Trailer Sets the Stage [Video]

We’re all stoked for Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo, which had a pre-launch trailer revealed during Sony’s State of Play yesterday. The trailer provides the basis of the game’s story, including the mysterious Hannya’s plan to harvest the souls of Tokyo in order to connect our world to the next, and player protagonist Akido attempting to […]

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‘Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude’ Visual Novel Game is Free on PS4 and PS5 From Today

March is here, and that means we’re very close to Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo, its first game since 2017’s The Evil Within 2. In fact, you could have a taste of it today if you want. Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude is a free visual novel set in the world of the upcoming supernatural game. Not […]

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Tango Gameworks: ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Originally Started Out as ‘The Evil Within 3′

For you fans of 2017’s The Evil Within 2, you’re probably wondering if there will be a third entry anytime soon. Well, it turns out that Tango Gameworks’ upcoming Bethesda title Ghostwire: Tokyo started out as The Evil Within 3. In a new hands-off demonstration with the upcoming action-adventure horror title, Gamespot reveals that the […]

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[Preview] ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’: Tango Gameworks’ Latest is Building on ‘The Evil Within 2’ in Supernatural Style

We got a Ghostwire: Tokyo preview, and came away impressed by the supernatural new game from Tango Gameworks. I have this strange fondness for seeing normally populated worlds in video games emptied of humanity. Ever played The Forest with enemies turned off? Wandered through some of the quieter ruins of the Seattle suburbs in The […]

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New Details Revealed During ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Showcase, Including Pre-order Bonuses, Gameplay

In case you missed the news yesterday, Bethesda’s Ghostwire: Tokyo finally has a release date. Not only that, Sony had a showcase of the game in action earlier, and along with it, more details of what to expect when the game drops. Ghostwire: Tokyo takes place in the aforementioned city after a mysterious fog rolls […]

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‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Launches March 25 on PlayStation 5 and PC; Showcase Scheduled for February 3

It turns out that the PlayStation Store leak was a day off. Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer Tango Gameworks have announced that Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch March 25 on PlayStation 5 and PC. Accompanying the release date announcement is the announcement of a preview showcase demonstrating gameplay as well as some behind-the-scene details. The showcase […]

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PlayStation Store Leaks March Release Date for ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’?

In another case of an online store pulling a “whoopie”, the PlayStation Store had apparently leaked the release date of March 24th for Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo. Spotted by MP1st, the listing for the title has now been scrubbed by the store, but not before screenshots were snagged. While this may indeed be a mistake […]

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40 Horror Video Games We Can’t Wait to Play in 2022!

Seeming like a repeat of last year, the video games industry was at the mercy of the global pandemic for a lot of its releases this year. While it’s true that the industry had to adjust to working remotely, that didn’t mean that we didn’t have the hits like Resident Evil Village and The Medium […]

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Former ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Creative Director Joins Kaizen Gameworks For Next Game

You remember Ikumi Nakamura from her appearance a few years ago at E3 introducing Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo, right? Since then, she left Tango Gameworks to form her own studio. Nakamura has also now teamed up with Kaizen Gameworks (the folks behind Paradise Killer) to work on their next game. Details are scant at the moment, […]

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[Trailer] ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Arrives Spring 2022 For PS5, PC

Sony, Bethesda and Tango GameWorks finally narrow down the release date for the long-awaited Ghostwire: Tokyo. Revealed during today’s PlayStation Showcase, the “Spring 2022” date isn’t the definitive date many were hoping for, at least we get a new trailer out of the thing. The story sees a massive paranormal event causing the sudden disappearance […]

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‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Delayed to “Early 2022”

The COVID-19 pandemic strikes again. Tango Gameworks has announced that due to the current situation in Japan, the developer has decided to push the release of Ghostwire: Tokyo from later this year to “early 2022“. It shouldn’t be that much of a surprise when you think about it, as we haven’t heard much more about […]

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