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GhostWire: Tokyo dev who gave us the feel-good moment of E3 has left the project


GhostWire: Tokyo creative director Ikumi Nakamura made a big and very positive splash when she presented the announcement trailer during Bethesda's press conference at E3 2019. "Everything about her presentation was perfect, from her groan-inducing jokes and nervous comments about the number of people in the audience to the dance she did before revealing the GhostWire: Tokyo trailer," we said in our description of her wonderfully wholesome moment on the stage. "It was a ray of sunshine in an otherwise mundane conference. "The game itself looks good too. It's an "action-adventure game in which you'll fight paranormal enemies and rid the city of supernatural evil," which isn't the most original idea ever, but the trailer was stylish as hell and "spooky" without tripping into outright horror. What kind of game GhostWire will actually be isn't know yet, but Nakamura said that gameplay will be different from the survival-horror style that developer Tango Gameworks is known for.   body . hawk-widget{--trd-blue:#2f6e91;width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}.

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