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After a vague concept trailer showing at last year’s E3, it was a little hard to grasp what exactly Shinji Mikami’s new horror game Ghostwire: Tokyo was like. At the PS5 reveal stream, we finally got some gameplay and wow what the hell.
The game appears to be a first-person ghost beat-em-up simulator, with a vibrant and striking artstyle that really makes it look pretty sick.
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I thought a lot about Melty Blood during this movie.
I love Jim Carrey.
If there were two adults on Source and one of them kissed the other with a rock would that be fucked up or what?