Last year at Christmas I took three weeks off from work, and I have to tell you, I spent all that time at the beach, hanging out with friends, sipping beer on a breezy summer evening, and I had a great time. indoors. I leaned in front of the TV. It’s playing Ghost of Tsushima.
I really wanted to play it though I had missed out when the game first came out. My PlayStation 4 was dying a noisy, tumultuous death, I couldn’t get my hands on a PS5 when it launched in 2021, and Sony never got around to porting it to PC as it was. other first-party hits (The horizon, god of waretc.).
Having signed up for PlayStation Plus back in December, I saw that the game (its director’s cut, no less) was available on the service, so I downloaded it and started playing it ASAP. And boy, am I glad I did. i in love with this game. i have into it was enthralled by its wonderful world and its lovable characters, leaving me feeling like I had never been in a video game. years. I really enjoyed it, actually I made it my 2023 Game of the Yearalthough it was first released in 2020.
All this is not a review, I can never believe previously demonstrated this game in the visual arts, and will try to fix it tonight. Below you’ll find a selection of work from artists and studios who worked on the game. Not everyone has worked on every aspect of game development, but it’s a good cross-section. So you can check out more of their stuffhere are links to each artist’s portfolio under their names.