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Ghostwire: Tokyo – Deluxe Edition ? – -Experience the mysterious events leading into Tango Gameworks’ highly anticipated action-adventure game, Ghostwire: Tokyo! In Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, join the mysterious KK and his gang of supernatural detectives as they investigate an unusual disappearance, only to stumble upon something even more sinister. Build relationships with your team and piece together their stories in this visual novel adventure before taking to the streets of Ghostwire: Tokyo, releasing March 25. Was having trouble getting back to sleep tonight so was the perfect time to check this little thing out. Not bad, not bad. It gives a bit more information in the form of a very short visual novel about the main game. There’s obviously a couple choices here and there as to who to talk to when something comes up or how to do your first ‘battle’. I don’t think trying any of the other choices out is going to do anything worthwhile or tell much more.. I’m pretty happy with my choices and look forward to the actual game coming to PC very soon ( note: those not knowing, main game is NOT a visual novel.. this is just what they’ve decided to go with to tell a bit of the story before the happenings in the main game ) Ghostwire: Tokyo ?️

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1) I have no idea how the proper game release will handle the introduction of KK, but this game straight spoils who he is within the first two minutes. 2) The end credits are longer than the actual game. It’s “here are the five people who created the Prelude” then THE ENTIRE GLOBAL STAFF LIST for both Bethesda and Zenimax. 3) This is a PC release but it feels like not a single developer ever played it on a computer. If you have a controller plugged in, neither the controller or kb/m can play the game (the confirm button won’t work). Fullscreen is still a buggy windowed mode where you’re using the default Windows mouse cursor to play the game. Follow Far2close – Visual Novel Playthroughs Curator Page Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude Developer: Tango Gameworks Publisher: Bethesda Softworks Pros: 1. It’s a fine introduction to the world and characters of Ghostwire: Tokyo, being a short case involving KK, Rinko, Erika, and Ed working on their newest client; Ryota, trying to find his missing best friend. 2. The art is excellent with highly detailed characters and environments along with subtle animations such as blinking sprites or minor actions such as KK using his abilities. 3. It does feature one simple RPG-esque combat type gameplay if you’re into that. It also has different choices that possess different dialogues between characters. Ghostwire: Tokyo ?️

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Cons: 1. The large things that stick out is the pacing, at the beginning leading up to your encounter with Ryota is paced well, but later on there are a lot of abrupt flashbacks, and jumps to later events, and outright skipping a good chunk of the case regarding Ryota. It’s as if we shouldn’t really care about this particular case at all. 2. This visual novel lacks SO MUCH key VN necessities such as a good save system, skip functions, not even an option to toggle the textbook so we can look at the art. There are 3 save slots, saving works when you decide to exit the game or finish it. Saving is practically useless as when you finish the story, that save is where the last “checkpoint” was, for example if you save in the near beginning and finish the story, your save will be near an area that is close to the end. If you want to read the other dialogues, you’ll have to replay it to see. This is where the lack of a skip function is needed, no one wants to reread the same exact text for a third or fourth time, you’ll have to keep pressing continue to eventually reach where you want to. There is also a severe lack of controls, most visual novels have buttons or hotkeys that can do specific things such as the usual continue, skip, or hide text but with Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, there is absolutely nothing. The only things you can do is continue with either mouse click or space bar, and pressing escape to stop playing. That is it, nothing else. Understandably, it is a short visual novel but these are key elements that make playing these thoroughly as best as it can, and that is simply lacking here. With the amount of different dialogue you can potentially read, redoing the entire story time after time is tiresome and tedious. Conclusion: It’s a good introduction to “Ghostwire: Tokyo” possessing great art and decent characters, but the pacing is sloppy along with a severe lack of necessary visual novel elements that make multiple play sessions feel like a chore. Ghostwire: Tokyo – Deluxe Edition Directly Download



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  • OS: Windows 10 (64 Bit)
  • Processor: 2.2 Ghz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX compatible graphics card
  • Storage: 3 GB available space

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