The trailer for Ghostwire: Tokyo is simply breathtaking. It not only accurately shows off the everyday, less glamorous aspects of Tokyo living (riding the subway, eating ramen, etc.), but it also gives us a healthy dose some of the iconic staples of Japanese cinema, like neon sign-filled vistas, and martial arts practicing monks.
Some of the shots in this trailer, which is all 3D imaging, are better than many shots we’ve seen in live action movies (the ramen transition is glorious).
Tango Gameworks (the publisher of the game) creative director Ikumi Nakamura presented the game at E3 and described it as a supernatural action-adventure game. Well, if the game is anything like the trailer, this is going to be big.