Ghosts and Goblins: Resurrection is a new platform game developed and released by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch. It’s the eighth game in the famous Ghosts and Goblins series and has been released on February 24, 2021. It was later ported to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows. There are two versions of this game – the physical and the digital one. Physical game comes for the Nintendo Switch in a standard size (both screens are the same) and is also packaged with a controller.
The story of the game is based on a Japanese story called the Tokyo Ghoul story. In this story, a serial killer known as the Black Dragon roams the city seeking out young girls who have the ability to control him. He then abducts them and eats their flesh. In order to save some of his friends, he sends them into the dark sewers of Tokyo. This is where the game begins.
This game is like a first person shooter (FPS) game and the player takes the role of one of the characters, either a boy or a girl, and goes on quests to save the others. The hero can switch between the two characters at anytime. The player will be required to use a variety of weapons, including bows and guns, in order to shoot down the various creatures and zombies that haunt the place. The boy can also use a motorcycle to get around, which helps him go on long trips and reach the destinations faster.
The controls of the game are simple and easy to understand. The left analog stick is used to move the character, while the right stick moves the camera. Using the mouse is optional as it tends to move the camera too much. If you prefer using the keyboard, you can use the space bar to scroll through the menu, and the right key to zoom in and out. The left button is used to aim and fire the weapon, while the right button brings up the inventory menu.
Unlike the first person shooter games, the third person shooter version of Ghost Towns: The Village uses a unique type of game-play. The objective of the game is to defend the town from a band of zombies who roam the place, taking over abandoned homes and casting deadly traps. The player’s task is not just to protect the town, but to also start a family of your own. There are a variety of different quests to complete as well as several levels to complete as well.
Another interesting aspect of the game is the hidden object scenes. In addition to these objects placed within the map to distract and confuse the enemy, there are also many mini-games that can be played as the player explores the environment. These mini-games range from a puzzle to a shooting game and even a few puzzles. The mini-games add some fun to the game and also help increase the anticipation for each scene that the player is about to enter.
Like the first person shooter games, the third person shooter version of Ghost Towns: The Village of Hohokum features a unique control scheme. This is done by using the Wii remote and nunchuck. This allows the player to change weapons like the sniper rifle or the axe. This system works very well, especially when it comes to aiming. The game is designed to accommodate a wide range of skill level.
Although the game is based on a theme, it doesn’t feel like a ‘retro’ game. It feels more like an old-fashioned adventure game. This is evident by the choice of an ‘old’ black and white color palette. The style of the game borrows heavily from the likes of Tomb Raider Anniversary. If you have enjoyed those games in the past, you will enjoy playing Ghost Towns: The Village of Hohokum.