Ghost of Tsushima News
Group up in teams of two or four players to take on supernatural enemies.
Pretty incredible statistics for a great photo mode.
Toshihiro Nagoshi says Ghost of Tsushima was so good that Japan should've made it.
Sucker Punch aims to help out the low and high end of Ghost of Tsushima players.
The people of Japan love the Ghost.
Sucker Punch worried players wouldn't be able to read the tips.
The Glitch Mob and Nine Inch Nails's Alessandro Cortini also have remixes on the new EP.
The translated menu items are drawing puzzled stares.
Noting that many won't buy a PS5 "for a couple of years," Sony sees a "responsibility" to serve its PS4 base.
Along with moving away from Sucker Punch's trademark karma divide, Tsushima will let you play however you like.
Between bouts of high samurai drama, it looks like the exploration will be rife with animal friends.
Sucker Punch goes for a throwback look.
Blades will be drawn in dramatic fashion today.
Sony's next State of Play is all about samurai.
Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios is a lot to type, so why not make things simpler?
PlayStation's summer blockbusters set some revised launch dates.
Sucker Punch's samurai story will arrive less than a month after The Last of Us Part 2.
Wedbush's Michael Pachter believes Sony will sit out E3 again.
The game's looking as sharp as Jin's blade.
Ghosts, games, and Grimes are all set to show up at some point.
We'll see more at The Game Awards.
It's an early one, so you might want to set an alarm.
C'mon Sucker Punch, show us Tsushima.
A few studios are clearing up why they won't be in attendance.
Despite next-gen rumors swirling, Sony is still bringing big games to the PS4.
No good and evil meter in this tale.
A surprise Resident Evil 2 remake, plus gameplay trailers for The Last of Us: Part 2, Death Stranding, and more.
Sucker Punch's next title shows a bit more shine.
Sony's already revealed some of what you can expect to see at its E3 2018 showcase, including more babies lodged in Norman Reedus' throat.
Sucker Punch wants you to feel like a samurai.
Here are the best (or at least the most memorable) trailers from PlayStation Live at Paris Games Week.
The Infamous developer tries out something new.