Ghostwire Tokyo review: I ain't afraid of no ghost

The game opens with Tokyo plunged into night and countless innocents having their spirits stolen. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
You're Akito, and with the help of spiritual powers thanks to a friendly ghost called KK, you'll be able to fight back. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
This guy's the main antagonist, and there's plenty of mystery surrounding his identity. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
You'll cleanse areas and help spirits to escape by fighting back against enemies with horrific designs. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
You get elemental powers as well as a bow and more, and it actually plays a lot like a shooter. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
At times the game does become more scary, though, leaning into the horror expertise of its devs. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
On PS5 there are a crazy six graphical options to pick from, but we found only Performance was really fun to play with on a normal TV. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
Once you find the right settings, the city looks great and is filled with inventive and creepy enemies like this. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
With a bit of horror and action to spare, we think Ghostwire Tokyo is a really interesting new IP that's well worth trying out. It's exclusive to PS5 for now. (image credit: Bethesda Softworks)
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