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Ghost Song

Old Moon, Humble Games
Nov 3, 2022 - Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC

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PC Gamer
49 / 100
God is a Geek
9.5 / 10
The Games Machine
8 / 10
PlayStation Universe
9 / 10
PC Invasion
9 / 10
82 / 100
Nintendo Life
7 / 10
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Ghost Song - Release Date Trailer | Humble Games thumbnail

Ghost Song - Release Date Trailer | Humble Games

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Ghost Song - Announcement Video | Humble Games

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Critic Reviews for Ghost Song

After a promising opening, Ghost Song collapses under the weight of its ill-conceived mechanics.

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Ghost Song is a fantastic game that blends Metroid and Dark Souls to create an experience that's tense, touching and tough to put down.

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Ghost Song is a love letter to metroidvania genre with a huge map, so big that even the portion that can be immediately visited could almost represent a complete game. The game features an excellent graphic design, albeit with improvable animations, and an interesting story to follow despite starting with a little delay. The soulslike component makes things as hard as expected, and while it might annoy players who don't like repeating the same section again and again, it's part of the game. Definitely recommended for those who love exploration, too bad for the limited support for keyboard / mouse combo.

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Old Moon has crafted a delightfully atmospheric metroidvania, with satisfying gameplay, and endearing characters. Ghost Song boasts an intriguing narrative of self discovery, with a world of mystery that rewards exploration. Despite playing at its best too late in the campaign, Ghost Song is a beautifully somber, sometimes relatable experience, that I wasn't ready to leave by the time I had finished.

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Light on challenge but heavy on atmosphere and exploration, Ghost Song is a welcome addition to the library of any Metroid-like fan.

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Ghost Song doesn’t try to reinvent the Metroidvania genre, but neither does it clutter it up with extra mechanics for the sake of complexity. It’s approachable but challenging. What it lacks in originality is made up for by attractive art, good level design and overall, addictive fun.

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Ghost Song is a game that wears its inspirations on its sleeve with pride, and although it may feel a bit derivative at times, it is still able to create its own identity through a great combat system and unique worldbuilding. While the game can be brutally difficult, "explorer" mode makes the game more accessible than it would otherwise. Unfortunately, the game suffers from significant performance problems on Switch, from an inconsistent frame rate to extensive loading times that destroy any flow the game has. If you're willing and able to look past those issues, Ghost Song is an easy recommendation for any and all fans of the Metroidvania genre.

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Overall, Ghost Song is a very enjoyable addition to the Metroidvania subgenre. It maybe lacks a little bit of originality to help it stand out from its contemporaries in a rather crowded market, but the game does provide a very enjoyable experience. With an atmosphere and story that are haunting and interesting to explore, there are plenty of reasons to delve into the dangerous world of Ghost Song.

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