I recently completed Ghostwire Tokyo on Xbox using Game Pass. I admit that I didn’t like the game at all, but I decided to try it thanks to Microsoft’s subscription service. The fact is that I fell in loveand that when I started playing there were still some performance issues which were later fixed with a patch.
In case you haven’t played it, I recommend our analysis of the game first, and in case you don’t have time to read it, I will summarize that the game gives you the opportunity to interact almost Also with dogs and cats. And the truth is that you can even talk to them, they help you in the missions or are part of some of them.
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The thing is that the game is Japanese, and we know very well that the Japanese love to put cats under their soup. In fact, the game makes an effort to do so, but it seems that the puppies end up “winning”. Of all players, 21 million or more They decided to pet the canines more, while the remaining 6.2 million chose to pet cats more. Although it is true that there is a catch, because certain missions where you pet dogs are necessary to advance in the secondary.
It’s a more curious fact than anything else, but of course it’s good to know; I am one of those who preferred petting dogs; I imagine it is more common to pet them than cats.
— Official of Tango Gameworks Japan (@tango_jpn) May 25, 2023