The Unforgettable Ghost of Tsushima Opening That Almost Wasn’t | Art of the Level

1 : Anonymous2021/08/18 16:44 ID: p6v0ct
The Unforgettable Ghost of Tsushima Opening That Almost Wasn't | Art of the Level
2 : Anonymous2021/08/18 18:59 ID: h9fvczx

I really wish NG+ included the opening. Started it back up with the upcoming dlc and it is rather jarring just jumping straight into the open world.

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I haven't started NG+ yet but that's disappointing to hear, it really is an amazing opening. Oh well, I'll just watch it on youtube before starting.

3 : Anonymous2021/08/18 17:19 ID: h9fhw2k

It was the music that made it so grande

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IMO it was venti

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mucho grande

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la mayoría Ariana

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Para grandes mis inmensos huevos

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A nadie le importan tus huevos

4 : Anonymous2021/08/18 17:24 ID: h9fim0m

Such an interesting process, how one comment gave life to an amazing opening sequence.

5 : Anonymous2021/08/18 20:28 ID: h9g7cnk

I regret watching a let's play of the first hour or so, wish I went in blind.

6 : Anonymous2021/08/18 19:26 ID: h9fyx1z

I guess I need to go back and revisit it. I got the platinum when the game launched and, while I remember the intro was pretty cinematic, I don't recall that it was anything too crazy. Certainly not "unforgettable" in my case, but that doesn't say much because apparently my memory sucks.

7 : Anonymous2021/08/18 20:05 ID: h9g46tw

Yeah this title sequence is up there for me in giving me chills. I haven’t felt that way since AC: Brotherhood’s title sequence and Bioshock’s Rapture reveal.

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Absolutely agree about BioShock’s reveal of Rapture. I would also include BioShock: Infinite’s reveal of Columbia, that has you in a boat with the twins, rowing towards a lighthouse. If you’d avoided trailers, you’d probably expect to descend towards Rapture and instead rocket into the atmosphere and see the floating city in the sky instead. And then walk through that beautiful cathedral with the stained glass windows and water lapping everywhere, before getting to the city proper.

The Last of Us had an amazing prologue too, with Sarah and the escape through the city. As did Red Dead Redemption 2’s winter sequence, and how incredibly cinematic that was. I also loved the solemn opening to God of War with Kratos chopping down the tree and hunting with his son. It’s kind of an odd game to throw into the mix of these titles, but I always loved The Darkness 2 and how it starts you off in an Italian restaurant like a page out of Goodfellas, and then the shit hits the fan.

8 : Anonymous2021/08/18 19:20 ID: h9fy5et

The moment I realised I was actually playing =0

9 : Anonymous2021/08/18 22:00 ID: h9gjd9v

There are only a few games that really strike me as beautiful. I was unfortunate to see TLOU on youtube years before I played it but this was the first game that really had me awestruck at that opening. The combination of the music and visuals of that scene are easily the best game intro for me.

10 : Anonymous2021/08/18 18:24 ID: h9fqpj4

Straight up the best opening sequence I've ever seen. Still gives me goosebumps today.

11 : Anonymous2021/08/18 21:00 ID: h9gbn2k

You ride around on a beach one hitting everyone until you get kicked off a bridge. Then you go around petting foxes for 30 hours. Game of the year.

12 : Anonymous2021/08/18 18:39 ID: h9fssmy

Gotta be the greatest most cinematic opening to a videogame in history

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Metal gear solid wants a word

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For me, Oblivion was, with Patrick Stewart voicing it over.

13 : Anonymous2021/08/18 22:13 ID: h9gl4er

After paying Ghost I really hope we get more Feudal Japan stuff.

Where the hell is the next Tenchu?

14 : Anonymous2021/08/18 22:13 ID: h9gl1hh

I cant really remember it. Ended on a beach maybe? Hardly unforgettable


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