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Ghost of Tsushima for PS4 Reviews - OpenCritic

Game Information

Game Title: Ghost of Tsushima
Platforms:
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Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
Publisher: Playstation
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 85 average - 88% recommended - 94 reviews

Critic Reviews

3DNews - Алексей Лихачев - Russian - 7.5 / 10
A decent open-world game with gorgeous art direction and some unfortunate missteps which become more and more apparent the more you play. Whatever you are doing here, almost every mission ends up with two or even three fights with mongolian soldiers. And even engaging stories during these quests can't fix the repetitiveness.
ACG - Jeremy Penter - Buy
"An absolute pleasure to play"
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
If you need to get lost in over 30 hours of heroic gameplay right now, in a single-player adventure with no online connectivity gimmicks or content locked away as DLC, Sucker Punch has you covered with an instant contender for 2020's game of the year.
Atomix - Alberto Desfassiaux - Spanish - 91 / 100
Yes, we have the presence of some clutches and design flaws very typical of the subgenre to which this title belongs, but nothing that overshadows the experience that this closure represents to the great exclusives of the PlayStation 4.
Attack of the Fanboy - William Schwartz - 4.5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is a masterclass on how to make a palatable and focused open world experience
AusGamers - Kosta Andreadis - 8.1 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima isn’t perfect, not even close. But neither is Jin Sakai, and his journey from Samurai to Ghost is one worth savouring, and a Legendary Tale all its own.
CGMagazine - Lane Martin - Unscored
I adore Ghost of Tsushima in some pretty major ways. It certainly isn’t a perfect game, but it is fairly close.
COGconnected - James Paley - 90 / 100
I can think of no better game to be the swan song for the PS4.
Cerealkillerz - Gabriel Bogdan - German - 8.7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima often loses itself in visual details and is missing endgame challenges but still offers enough gameplay variety and content to even get classic open world RPG Fans on board. For fans of the world of samurais and katanas this game is definitely the best one in years.
Critical Hit - Darryn Bonthuys - 9 / 10
A melancholic tale of war and a fitting epilogue to a current-gen era, Sucker Punch's latest effort is a slick showcase for the PlayStation 4 that draws you into a world that never fails to impress. Ghost of Tsushima is a masterpiece of precise gameplay, emotional turmoil and powerful world design.
DASHGAMER.com - Michael Pulman - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima might be the last big gun on the PS4, but it’s also one of the best, albeit for a slightly disengaging main plot.
Daily Mirror - Lloyd Coombes - 4 / 5 stars
This quest for revenge might not challenge your expectations, but there’s no denying the amount of fun to be had off the coast of Japan.
Daily Star - George Yang - 5 / 5 stars
The gameplay is fun, the narrative and its characters are great, and the art direction is absolutely beautiful. The pros here vastly outweigh the cons. Ghost of Tsushima is a breathtaking adventure.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 9.5 / 10
With Ghost of Tsushima under its belt, Sucker Punch deserves to be in the same conversation as Insomniac, Naughty Dog, and Sony Santa Monica. If this generation is to wrap up soon, it's fitting that it'll end with Tsushima: one of its most beautiful games thus far.
Digital Chumps - Nathaniel Stevens - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a narrative-driven game that has unique combat, a plethora of exploration, and enough heart to keep gamers coming back for more even after the game is beaten. The lack of a combat camera locking system will certainly cause some frustrations, but that is small potatoes when compared to the rest of the experience. This is the game Sucker Punch said it would be, and you won't be disappointed.
Digital Trends - 4.5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is one of the best games I’ve played this year — it might’ve been my favorite, if not for The Last Of Us Part II. Jin Sakai’s story is violent but thoughtful, delivering an experience that feels unique on the PlayStation 4 despite the fact 2020 is the console’s last year before the PlayStation 5 makes it obsolete.
Digitally Downloaded - Matt Sainsbury - 3 / 5 stars
A wild misfire with every narrative element it attempts, and it boils down to this: Sucker Punch decided to do a historical epic inspired by Kurosawa… and produced something that fails as both history and as a pastiche of Kurosawa.
EGM - Mollie L Patterson - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima falls short of the kind of gameplay we expect from developer Sucker Punch at this point, but then excels all other expectations in its storytelling and world building. Protagonist Jin Sakai and the rest of the cast are all fantastic characters, and the tale they tell is one worth experiencing—even in those moments where the gameplay may falter.
Easy Allies - Brad Ellis - 8.5 / 10
Review copy provided by PlayStation. Ghost of Tsushima is a captivating journey through ancient Japan with fluid swordplay and a gorgeous world to explore.
Echo Boomer - David Fialho - Portuguese - Loved
Despite some minor flaws, Ghost of Tsushima is trully a love letter to samurai cinema.
Eurogamer - Chris Tapsell - No Recommendation / Blank
Limited by a rote and rigid world, Sucker Punch's samurai homage pairs okay action with enjoyably committed, if awkwardly fawning melodrama.
Everyeye.it - Giuseppe Arace - Italian - 7.5 / 10
In short, the Ghost of Tsushima wind blows lightly.
GAMES.CH - Benjamin Braun - German - 89 / 100
Sucker Punch combines an epic, profound story about honor and the will of freedom with versatile action in an atmospheric setting in pre-industrial Japan. The diverse game world with all its cultural references offers a worthwhile and vast proposition, never becomming an annoying obligation.
GRYOnline.pl - Polish - 9 / 10
This is a great work to say goodbye to PlayStation 4, not only dotting and after a few really good years of using this console, but also allowing you to look optimistically into the future, waiting for what studios such as Sucker Punch Productions will prepare for the next generation with better technology.
Gadgets 360 - Akhil Arora - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima falls a bit short. The narrative blocks and storytelling are too straightforward. To add to that, the side-quest bloat seeps the narrative of its pacing
Game Informer - Matt Miller - 9.5 / 10
At turns both melancholy and thrilling, Ghost of Tsushima is the open-world action formula at its most mature and immersive. Deep, rewarding, and hard to put down
Game Rant - Anthony Taormina - 4.5 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch Productions builds on its open-world expertise with Ghost of Tsushima, putting players in control of a deadly samurai.
Game Revolution - Mack Ashworth - 4 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is a worthy addition to the roster of must-play PS4 exclusives that have kept players loyal to the console.
GameByte - Oliver Hope - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima offers an open world that is fun to experience but is let down by its missions. If you can look past that though you will love it.
GameMAG - Александр Логинов - Russian - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a stunning mix of Assassin's Creed and The Witcher 3, based on samurai films and traditional Japanese contemplation of nature. At the same time, this is the best Assassin's Creed ever created. There are no emasculated positive heroes and unambiguous villains, the tasks are exciting and interesting. And this is currently the most fascinating and visually impressive game on the PlayStation 4.
GamePro - Dennis Michel - German - 90 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima with its wonderful world, great characters and a massive combat system is the last highlight of the PS4 era.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
It is quite possibly the best samurai game ever made, and is well worth picking up if you’re after another epic open-world to get lost in. Just temper your expectations as much as your steel.
GameSpot - Edmond Tran - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima has some dull edges, but strikes a lot of highs with its cinematic stylings.
GameZone - Cade Onder - 8.5 / 10
As the sun sets on the PS4, Sucker Punch has given the console a noble send-off with Ghost of Tsushima. Although it takes some time to feel engaged by its beautifully tragic narrative, its brutal yet eloquent gameplay and picture-esque world never fail to capture you.
Gameblog - Jonathan Bushle - French - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is definitely the last great game PS4 deserved. It's a fantastic open world game, visually stunning, incredibly fun to play, whether you choose to progress as a noble warrior or a stealthy ninja, a very immersive representation of feudal Japan and a truly admirable love letter to the samurai movie genre. If you own a PS4, you MUST play Ghost of Tsushima.
Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 8.6 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a great experience, telling the tale of a lone individual that’s trying to hold together the idea and honor of what it means to be a Samurai despite the odds requiring new methods of engagement.
Gamersky - 不倒翁蜀黍 - Chinese - 8.5 / 10
The beautiful sightseeings, intense samurai combat, and fascinating side-missions of Ghost of Tsushima are appealing for me. But the dull and repetitive open-world makes the exploration experience boring.
GamesRadar+ - Rachel Weber - 4.5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is the samurai Assassin's Creed Ubisoft will wish it had made
GamingTrend - Ron Burke - 95 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima is easily the biggest and most ambitious game Sucker Punch has ever undertaken. It's also the best game they've ever made. Akira Kurosawa would be proud.
Geek Culture - Jake Su - 9.3 / 10
A fitting PlayStation first-party exclusive to arrive for the PS4, Ghost of Tsushima is an epic adventure that has all the right ingredients for major success.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 9.5 / 10
The game is an extraordinary combination of great storytelling and combat set in a remarkable world.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a landmark game that blends its narrative with its visuals perfectly, and has delicious, satisfying combat to boot. Climbing is clumsy, and the story takes a while to get going, but overall it's a truly wonderful game.
Guardian - Keza MacDonald - 3 / 5 stars
Visually rich design brings cinematic scope to this historical action game, but when sword-fighting brings diminishing rewards, console yourself with a haiku
Hardcore Gamer - Adam Beck - 4.5 / 5
Ghost of Tsushima is one of the few games this generation that left a momentous impression on me.
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 91 / 100
Ghost of Tsushime is a beautiful game. This samurai open world has a great combat system and it is technically flawless, but its gameplay is too conservative and it often feels too generic.
IGN - Mitchell Saltzman - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an excellent action game and its open world is one of the most gorgeous yet.
IGN Italy - Davide Mancini - Italian - 7.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a beautiful love letter to the chambara and atmospheres of feudal Japan, but it is also a confused open world, which alternates fun moments and a fascinating style with sensational naivety.
IGN Spain - Spanish - 8.7 / 10
Sucker Punch has successfully solved the challenge of creating such an extremely Japanese game by an occidental studio. Despite being essentially a blueprinted open world game, its historical setting and combat with katana are extremely satisfying to have enjoyed the more than 20 hours of game it has to offer.
Inverse - 9 / 10
Sucker Punch’s latest tries to do a lot, and it slam dunks a vast majority of its narrative, design, and stylistic choices. Sure, the game could have leaned more aggressively into some of its best features. But I’ll happily take 'Ghost' for what it is: an incredible showcase of everything great about this generation of video games.
Kotaku - Ian Walker - Unscored
At its core, it’s just another open-world game.
LevelUp - Luis Sánchez - Spanish - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a slight surprise. It is an all-around experience which delivers the fantasy of being a mythical samurai warrior. However, not everything shines, especially with the stealth systems, that do not square up, mechanically nor thematically. As the old saying goes, a samurai cannot obey 2 masters, because he dishonors himself. Thus, Ghost of Tsushima is a reminder of why Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2 are generational gems and benchmarks in open world terms.
MMORPG.com - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is the samurai game I’ve personally always wanted, and it’s one I can find myself diving into just to explore the world and take in the sights as I play, helping Jin find some small measure of peace along the way, assuming the wind guides us there.
Merlin'in Kazanı - Ersin Kılıç - Turkish - 75 / 100
If the game was developed a little more it might have turned out to be a classic, but with this current state Ghost of Tsushima is only a good action game.
Metro GameCentral - 7 / 10
A competent but shallow and overfamiliar attempt to replicate Assassin's Creed style open world adventure in the world of 13th century samurai.
Nerdburglars - Dan Hastings - 6 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistically creative game that often feels like a realistic Zelda game. The minimal UI, clever use of wind and beautiful environmental details make exploration rewarding on its own. When it comes to combat, the game falls flat. With a huge number of combat games to draw inspiration from, it is a shame this game is more like Dynasty Warriors than it is Ninja Gaiden. Endless button mashing with no way to ever pull off slick combos will have you feeling bored very quickly. You never feel like the powerful warrior the story tries to make you believe you are. Combat feels like you are trying to beat a screw into a piece of wood using a hammer.
New Game Network - Alex Varankou - 84 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima offers a well-designed open world that combines great combat with enticing exploration. The excellent art style brings this unique historical setting to life, and smart design choices help the game overcome its minor flaws.
Next Gen Base - Andrew Beeken - 9 / 10
A game full of meaningful moments, of quiet contemplation and brutal, savage combat. A game about family, tradition, honour and change that comes at a significant point of change in Sony’s videogame strategy. A more hopeful and less alienating experience than The Last of Us Part II and a step back to a more gentle and inviting form of open world adventure, Ghost of Tsushima is both a celebration of the past and a look towards the future, and is a fitting first party swansong for the PS4.
Nexus - Sam Aberdeen - 9.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a fitting swan song for the PS4, and ends this generation of PlayStation on a triumphant note. Sucker Punch have to be applauded for once again creating a jaw-dropping open world with strong visual fidelity and some of the best art direction they've ever achieved.
Oyungezer Online - Turkish - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima was a very enjoyable adventure for me with its tireless open world, well-crafted and memorable characters.
Paste Magazine - Garrett Martin - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima just wants you to play a game you’ve basically already played many times, while also telling you about that cool old samurai movie it watched the other day. Which one sounds more interesting to you?
PlayStation Universe - John-Paul Jones - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima elevates the existing open world adventure template with a fantasy-free Samurai adventure that deftly pays loving homage to the Samurai cinema of old. While your mileage may vary according to your level of open world fatigue, Ghost of Tsushima undoubtedly remains not only one of the best open world romps money can buy and a stunning PlayStation 4 exclusive, but also Sucker Punch Productions finest effort to date.
Player.it - Michele Longobardi - Italian - 7.7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima has exceptional aesthetic care, has a solid and convincing combat system, stealth phases in the norm, but lacks in too many things to be able to become a new reference point for Sony's exclusive production
Player2.net.au - Paul James - A-
The world is enormous, filled to the brim with rich content to explore. It can be a bit much sometimes with the number of artefacts you can find or haikus to sit and devise bloating things a little bit, but players will be blown away by the deep storytelling and unbelievable style and personality that Ghost of Tsushima brings to the table.
Polygon - Carolyn Petit - Unscored
Ghost of Tsushima offers a lovely world to explore, and there’s value in that, but it should have been so much more than a checklist of activities to accomplish.
Post Arcade (National Post) - Chad Sapieha - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is indisputably indebted to Assassin’s Creed (and, to a lesser degree, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption games), but it does just enough to establish a personality of its own. And it’s fun.
PowerUp! - Adam Mathew - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima isn't perfect but, like a summoned objective on your touchpad, it's a breath of fresh air that'll send a warm chill down the spine of any Samurai aficionado.
Press Start - Kieron Verbrugge - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima might be built from the same stuff as its AAA, open world contemporaries, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the best open world experiences of the generation.
Push Square - Robert Ramsey - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a joy to play and a joy to behold. Sucker Punch has crafted one of the most memorable open world games of this generation, buoyed by an immensely satisfying combat system and an engaging, dramatic story.
SECTOR.sk - Ondrej Džurdženík - Slovak - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima provides us with an awesome trip to feudal Japan that only lacks a bit of story depth.
Saudi Gamer - Arabic - 9 / 10
The island of Tsushima is the star of the game, with its variety and beauty, and myriad of secrets and stories. Coupled with all the interlocking systems and varied options, though making the game somewhat bloated, makes this one of the most well rounded experiences I've experienced.
Screen Rant - Christopher Teuton - 5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is the best Assassin's Creed game there is, and likely the closest many users will ever get to experiencing what it's like to be a samurai in 11th century Japan.
Shacknews - Blake Morse - 9 / 10
Perhaps Ghost of Tsushima isn’t a perfect cherry blossom, but it is pretty damn close as far as I’m concerned.
Sirus Gaming - Erickson Melchor - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a worthy addition to the pantheon of games under the care of Sucker Punch Productions. This honestly feels like a true return to form from a studio that wavered ever so slightly at the beginning of this generation. Sucker Punch may have stumbled a little at the gates, but with a game like this, they finish strong at the twilight year of this console generation. A full understanding of the system's strengths and a creative vision that would not compromise for anything, that's what made the samurai epic, Ghost of Tsushima, possible.
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SomHráč.sk - Martin Kubeš - Czech - 90 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima has gripped me like no other title in a while and will resonate with me long after I have beaten it. We couldn't wish for a better final AAA exclusive title for the PlayStation 4
Spaziogames - Domenico Musicò - Italian - 8.2 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is probably the best game about Japan, but the story is too simple and the complex combat system can be tricked by evasive actions that transform it into an easy game.
Spiel Times - Caleb Wysor - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an enjoyable but muddled experience: its strong gameplay fundamentals are hampered by a lack of originality and weak storytelling.
Telegraph - Dan Silver - 3 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch's PS4 tribute to Akira Kurosawa is gorgeous to behold but its sparse open-world and bloated mechanics has it falling short
The Games Machine - Danilo Dellafrana - Italian - 9.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is greater than the sum of its parts: it does not reinvent the wheel in any of its aspects, but offers an experience that will thoroughly entertain lovers of open world and oriental settings.
TheSixthAxis - Aran Suddi - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic triumph, capturing a real cinematic feel through its visuals, immersive world and soundtrack. However, Jin is a serviceable main character and he and his journey to save Tsushima is often overshadowed by secondary characters and smaller, more personal stories found in the side quests. Throw in some formulaic missions and an awkward user interface, and Ghost of Tsushima is at times more style than substance.
Too Much Gaming - Matthew Arcilla - 7 / 10
As an earnest, respectful tribute to jidaigeki dramas and the films of Akira Kurosawa, Ghost of Tsushima fares well enough. It creates a fictionalized account of the Mongol Invasion and weaves the tale into the most videogamey of videogame things – an open-world sandbox filled with straw-hat wearing ronin, mischievous foxes, hot springs, and meditative haiku. It’s easily the most ambitious output from Sucker Punch Productions to date.
TrueGaming - محمد البسيمي - Arabic - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic experience packed with an engaging adventure that bring us many wonderful and thrilling storytelling moments.
TrustedReviews - Jade King - 4 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is an excellent open-world adventure from Sucker Punch Productions which adds some innovative ideas to a fairly stagnant genre. The game's depiction of the time period is generic and inoffensive, but that doesn't prevent it from being a stunning visual showcase and a worthwhile swan song for the PS4
Twinfinite - Alex Gibson - 4.5 / 5
Ghost of Tsushima features a level of charm that gives it a soul and personality lacking from so many AAA games lack these days. Even if it ultimately suffers from repetition by the game’s end, and despite a lack of variety in its quest, the magic of that initial exploration and the beauty of its world will stick with me for a very long time.
USgamer - Mike Williams - 4 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch's first stab at a stealth action adventure hits the mark. The island of Tsushima is a beautiful backdrop for this tale of revenge and honor and the environmental art is a visual treat. Combat and stealth are largely solid, though there are issues with the camera and hitting the right targets. The biggest stumble comes with the Japan
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Game Title: Ghost of Tsushima
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Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
Publisher: Playstation
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 85 average - 88% recommended - 79 reviews

Critic Reviews

3DNews - Алексей Лихачев - Russian - 7.5 / 10
A decent open-world game with gorgeous art direction and some unfortunate missteps which become more and more apparent the more you play. Whatever you are doing here, almost every mission ends up with two or even three fights with mongolian soldiers. And even engaging stories during these quests can't fix the repetitiveness.
ACG - Jeremy Penter - Buy
"An absolute pleasure to play"
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
If you need to get lost in over 30 hours of heroic gameplay right now, in a single-player adventure with no online connectivity gimmicks or content locked away as DLC, Sucker Punch has you covered with an instant contender for 2020's game of the year.
Attack of the Fanboy - William Schwartz - 4.5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is a masterclass on how to make a palatable and focused open world experience
AusGamers - Kosta Andreadis - 8.1 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima isn’t perfect, not even close. But neither is Jin Sakai, and his journey from Samurai to Ghost is one worth savouring, and a Legendary Tale all its own.
COGconnected - James Paley - 90 / 100
I can think of no better game to be the swan song for the PS4.
Cerealkillerz - Gabriel Bogdan - German - 8.7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima often loses itself in visual details and is missing endgame challenges but still offers enough gameplay variety and content to even get classic open world RPG Fans on board. For fans of the world of samurais and katanas this game is definitely the best one in years.
Critical Hit - Darryn Bonthuys - 9 / 10
A melancholic tale of war and a fitting epilogue to a current-gen era, Sucker Punch's latest effort is a slick showcase for the PlayStation 4 that draws you into a world that never fails to impress. Ghost of Tsushima is a masterpiece of precise gameplay, emotional turmoil and powerful world design.
DASHGAMER.com - Michael Pulman - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima might be the last big gun on the PS4, but it’s also one of the best, albeit for a slightly disengaging main plot.
Daily Mirror - Lloyd Coombes - 4 / 5 stars
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Daily Star - George Yang - 5 / 5 stars
The gameplay is fun, the narrative and its characters are great, and the art direction is absolutely beautiful. The pros here vastly outweigh the cons. Ghost of Tsushima is a breathtaking adventure.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 9.5 / 10
With Ghost of Tsushima under its belt, Sucker Punch deserves to be in the same conversation as Insomniac, Naughty Dog, and Sony Santa Monica. If this generation is to wrap up soon, it's fitting that it'll end with Tsushima: one of its most beautiful games thus far.
Digital Chumps - Nathaniel Stevens - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a narrative-driven game that has unique combat, a plethora of exploration, and enough heart to keep gamers coming back for more even after the game is beaten. The lack of a combat camera locking system will certainly cause some frustrations, but that is small potatoes when compared to the rest of the experience. This is the game Sucker Punch said it would be, and you won't be disappointed.
Digitally Downloaded - Matt Sainsbury - 3 / 5 stars
A wild misfire with every narrative element it attempts, and it boils down to this: Sucker Punch decided to do a historical epic inspired by Kurosawa… and produced something that fails as both history and as a pastiche of Kurosawa.
Easy Allies - Brad Ellis - 8.5 / 10
Review copy provided by PlayStation. Ghost of Tsushima is a captivating journey through ancient Japan with fluid swordplay and a gorgeous world to explore.
Echo Boomer - David Fialho - Portuguese - Loved
Despite some minor flaws, Ghost of Tsushima is trully a love letter to samurai cinema.
Eurogamer - Chris Tapsell - No Recommendation / Blank
Limited by a rote and rigid world, Sucker Punch's samurai homage pairs okay action with enjoyably committed, if awkwardly fawning melodrama.
Everyeye.it - Giuseppe Arace - Italian - 7.5 / 10
In short, the Ghost of Tsushima wind blows lightly.
GAMES.CH - Benjamin Braun - German - 89 / 100
Sucker Punch combines an epic, profound story about honor and the will of freedom with versatile action in an atmospheric setting in pre-industrial Japan. The diverse game world with all its cultural references offers a worthwhile and vast proposition, never becomming an annoying obligation.
Gadgets 360 - Akhil Arora - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima falls a bit short. The narrative blocks and storytelling are too straightforward. To add to that, the side-quest bloat seeps the narrative of its pacing
Game Informer - Matt Miller - 9.5 / 10
At turns both melancholy and thrilling, Ghost of Tsushima is the open-world action formula at its most mature and immersive. Deep, rewarding, and hard to put down
Game Rant - Anthony Taormina - 4.5 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch Productions builds on its open-world expertise with Ghost of Tsushima, putting players in control of a deadly samurai.
Game Revolution - Mack Ashworth - 4 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is a worthy addition to the roster of must-play PS4 exclusives that have kept players loyal to the console.
GameByte - Oliver Hope - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima offers an open world that is fun to experience but is let down by its missions. If you can look past that though you will love it.
GameMAG - Александр Логинов - Russian - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a stunning mix of Assassin's Creed and The Witcher 3, based on samurai films and traditional Japanese contemplation of nature. At the same time, this is the best Assassin's Creed ever created. There are no emasculated positive heroes and unambiguous villains, the tasks are exciting and interesting. And this is currently the most fascinating and visually impressive game on the PlayStation 4.
GamePro - Dennis Michel - German - 90 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima with its wonderful world, great characters and a massive combat system is the last highlight of the PS4 era.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
It is quite possibly the best samurai game ever made, and is well worth picking up if you’re after another epic open-world to get lost in. Just temper your expectations as much as your steel.
GameSpot - Edmond Tran - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima has some dull edges, but strikes a lot of highs with its cinematic stylings.
GameZone - Cade Onder - 8.5 / 10
As the sun sets on the PS4, Sucker Punch has given the console a noble send-off with Ghost of Tsushima. Although it takes some time to feel engaged by its beautifully tragic narrative, its brutal yet eloquent gameplay and picture-esque world never fail to capture you.
Gameblog - Jonathan Bushle - French - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is definitely the last great game PS4 deserved. It's a fantastic open world game, visually stunning, incredibly fun to play, whether you choose to progress as a noble warrior or a stealthy ninja, a very immersive representation of feudal Japan and a truly admirable love letter to the samurai movie genre. If you own a PS4, you MUST play Ghost of Tsushima.
Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 8.6 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a great experience, telling the tale of a lone individual that’s trying to hold together the idea and honor of what it means to be a Samurai despite the odds requiring new methods of engagement.
Gamersky - 不倒翁蜀黍 - Chinese - 8.5 / 10
The beautiful sightseeings, intense samurai combat, and fascinating side-missions of Ghost of Tsushima are appealing for me. But the dull and repetitive open-world makes the exploration experience boring.
GamesRadar+ - Rachel Weber - 4.5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is the samurai Assassin's Creed Ubisoft will wish it had made
GamingTrend - Ron Burke - 95 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima is easily the biggest and most ambitious game Sucker Punch has ever undertaken. It's also the best game they've ever made. Akira Kurosawa would be proud.
Geek Culture - Jake Su - 9.3 / 10
A fitting PlayStation first-party exclusive to arrive for the PS4, Ghost of Tsushima is an epic adventure that has all the right ingredients for major success.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 9.5 / 10
The game is an extraordinary combination of great storytelling and combat set in a remarkable world.
Hardcore Gamer - Adam Beck - 4.5 / 5
Ghost of Tsushima is one of the few games this generation that left a momentous impression on me.
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 91 / 100
Ghost of Tsushime is a beautiful game. This samurai open world has a great combat system and it is technically flawless, but its gameplay is too conservative and it often feels too generic.
IGN - Mitchell Saltzman - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an excellent action game and its open world is one of the most gorgeous yet.
IGN Italy - Italian - 7.5 / 10
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IGN Spain - Spanish - 8.7 / 10
Sucker Punch has successfully solved the challenge of creating such an extremely Japanese game by an occidental studio. Despite being essentially a blueprinted open world game, its historical setting and combat with katana are extremely satisfying to have enjoyed the more than 20 hours of game it has to offer.
Kotaku - Ian Walker - Unscored
At its core, it’s just another open-world game.
Merlin'in Kazanı - Ersin Kılıç - Turkish - 75 / 100
If the game was developed a little more it might have turned out to be a classic, but with this current state Ghost of Tsushima is only a good action game.
Metro GameCentral - 7 / 10
A competent but shallow and overfamiliar attempt to replicate Assassin's Creed style open world adventure in the world of 13th century samurai.
Nerdburglars - Dan Hastings - 6 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistically creative game that often feels like a realistic Zelda game. The minimal UI, clever use of wind and beautiful environmental details make exploration rewarding on its own. When it comes to combat, the game falls flat. With a huge number of combat games to draw inspiration from, it is a shame this game is more like Dynasty Warriors than it is Ninja Gaiden. Endless button mashing with no way to ever pull off slick combos will have you feeling bored very quickly. You never feel like the powerful warrior the story tries to make you believe you are. Combat feels like you are trying to beat a screw into a piece of wood using a hammer.
New Game Network - Alex Varankou - 84 / 100
Ghost of Tsushima offers a well-designed open world that combines great combat with enticing exploration. The excellent art style brings this unique historical setting to life, and smart design choices help the game overcome its minor flaws.
Next Gen Base - Andrew Beeken - 9 / 10
A game full of meaningful moments, of quiet contemplation and brutal, savage combat. A game about family, tradition, honour and change that comes at a significant point of change in Sony’s videogame strategy. A more hopeful and less alienating experience than The Last of Us Part II and a step back to a more gentle and inviting form of open world adventure, Ghost of Tsushima is both a celebration of the past and a look towards the future, and is a fitting first party swansong for the PS4.
Nexus - Sam Aberdeen - 9.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a fitting swan song for the PS4, and ends this generation of PlayStation on a triumphant note. Sucker Punch have to be applauded for once again creating a jaw-dropping open world with strong visual fidelity and some of the best art direction they've ever achieved.
Paste Magazine - Garrett Martin - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima just wants you to play a game you’ve basically already played many times, while also telling you about that cool old samurai movie it watched the other day. Which one sounds more interesting to you?
PlayStation Universe - John-Paul Jones - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima elevates the existing open world adventure template with a fantasy-free Samurai adventure that deftly pays loving homage to the Samurai cinema of old. While your mileage may vary according to your level of open world fatigue, Ghost of Tsushima undoubtedly remains not only one of the best open world romps money can buy and a stunning PlayStation 4 exclusive, but also Sucker Punch Productions finest effort to date.
Player2.net.au - Paul James - A-
The world is enormous, filled to the brim with rich content to explore. It can be a bit much sometimes with the number of artefacts you can find or haikus to sit and devise bloating things a little bit, but players will be blown away by the deep storytelling and unbelievable style and personality that Ghost of Tsushima brings to the table.
Polygon - Carolyn Petit - Unscored
Ghost of Tsushima offers a lovely world to explore, and there’s value in that, but it should have been so much more than a checklist of activities to accomplish.
Post Arcade (National Post) - Chad Sapieha - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is indisputably indebted to Assassin’s Creed (and, to a lesser degree, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption games), but it does just enough to establish a personality of its own. And it’s fun.
PowerUp! - Adam Mathew - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima isn't perfect but, like a summoned objective on your touchpad, it's a breath of fresh air that'll send a warm chill down the spine of any Samurai aficionado.
Press Start - Kieron Verbrugge - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima might be built from the same stuff as its AAA, open world contemporaries, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the best open world experiences of the generation.
Push Square - Robert Ramsey - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a joy to play and a joy to behold. Sucker Punch has crafted one of the most memorable open world games of this generation, buoyed by an immensely satisfying combat system and an engaging, dramatic story.
SECTOR.sk - Ondrej Džurdženík - Slovak - 8.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima provides us with an awesome trip to feudal Japan that only lacks a bit of story depth.
Saudi Gamer - Arabic - 9 / 10
The island of Tsushima is the star of the game, with its variety and beauty, and myriad of secrets and stories. Coupled with all the interlocking systems and varied options, though making the game somewhat bloated, makes this one of the most well rounded experiences I've experienced.
Screen Rant - Christopher Teuton - 5 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is the best Assassin's Creed game there is, and likely the closest many users will ever get to experiencing what it's like to be a samurai in 11th century Japan.
Shacknews - Blake Morse - 9 / 10
Perhaps Ghost of Tsushima isn’t a perfect cherry blossom, but it is pretty damn close as far as I’m concerned.
Sirus Gaming - Erickson Melchor - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is a worthy addition to the pantheon of games under the care of Sucker Punch Productions. This honestly feels like a true return to form from a studio that wavered ever so slightly at the beginning of this generation. Sucker Punch may have stumbled a little at the gates, but with a game like this, they finish strong at the twilight year of this console generation. A full understanding of the system's strengths and a creative vision that would not compromise for anything, that's what made the samurai epic, Ghost of Tsushima, possible.
Skill Up - Ralph Panebianco - Unscored

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Spaziogames - Domenico Musicò - Italian - 8.2 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is probably the best game about Japan, but the story is too simple and the complex combat system can be tricked by evasive actions that transform it into an easy game.
Spiel Times - Caleb Wysor - 7 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an enjoyable but muddled experience: its strong gameplay fundamentals are hampered by a lack of originality and weak storytelling.
Telegraph - Dan Silver - 3 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch's PS4 tribute to Akira Kurosawa is gorgeous to behold but its sparse open-world and bloated mechanics has it falling short
The Games Machine - Danilo Dellafrana - Italian - 9.5 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is greater than the sum of its parts: it does not reinvent the wheel in any of its aspects, but offers an experience that will thoroughly entertain lovers of open world and oriental settings.
TheSixthAxis - Aran Suddi - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic triumph, capturing a real cinematic feel through its visuals, immersive world and soundtrack. However, Jin is a serviceable main character and he and his journey to save Tsushima is often overshadowed by secondary characters and smaller, more personal stories found in the side quests. Throw in some formulaic missions and an awkward user interface, and Ghost of Tsushima is at times more style than substance.
Too Much Gaming - Matthew Arcilla - 7 / 10
As an earnest, respectful tribute to jidaigeki dramas and the films of Akira Kurosawa, Ghost of Tsushima fares well enough. It creates a fictionalized account of the Mongol Invasion and weaves the tale into the most videogamey of videogame things – an open-world sandbox filled with straw-hat wearing ronin, mischievous foxes, hot springs, and meditative haiku. It’s easily the most ambitious output from Sucker Punch Productions to date.
TrueGaming - محمد البسيمي - Arabic - 8 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic experience packed with an engaging adventure that bring us many wonderful and thrilling storytelling moments.
TrustedReviews - Jade King - 4 / 5 stars
Ghost of Tsushima is an excellent open-world adventure from Sucker Punch Productions which adds some innovative ideas to a fairly stagnant genre. The game's depiction of the time period is generic and inoffensive, but that doesn't prevent it from being a stunning visual showcase and a worthwhile swan song for the PS4
Twinfinite - Alex Gibson - 4.5 / 5
Ghost of Tsushima features a level of charm that gives it a soul and personality lacking from so many AAA games lack these days. Even if it ultimately suffers from repetition by the game’s end, and despite a lack of variety in its quest, the magic of that initial exploration and the beauty of its world will stick with me for a very long time.
USgamer - Mike Williams - 4 / 5 stars
Sucker Punch's first stab at a stealth action adventure hits the mark. The island of Tsushima is a beautiful backdrop for this tale of revenge and honor and the environmental art is a visual treat. Combat and stealth are largely solid, though there are issues with the camera and hitting the right targets. The biggest stumble comes with the Japanese vocal track, which isn't synced correctly with the character's lips, a shame for a game like this. Ghost of Tsushima isn't the most innovative way to end a generation, but it is a fun one.
VG247 - Kirk McKeand - 3 / 5 stars
Like the samurai, Ghost of Tsushima feels like a relic of a bygone era.
Video Chums - A.J. Maciejewski - 9.6 / 10
Undoubtedly, Ghost of Tsushima is the greatest game of the generation. With perfect storytelling, supremely satisfying combat, and an astounding world that's packed with content and gorgeous sights, it raises the bar for open world games.
Video Game Sophistry - Andy Borkowski - 10 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima perfectly balance an exquisite combat system that is easy to learn but hard to master, a complex and rich narrative ripped from the reels of Kurosawa and a free flowing picturesque world that matches the depth and mutability of story and combat.
Simply put - Ghost of Tsushima is a perfect open world experience.
VideoGamer - Joshua Wise - 8 / 10
The game may never have been as sweet as it was in the first of the three main areas, but, to its credit, that’s because I was swept along by the story.
Wccftech - Alessio Palumbo - 9 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is Sucker Punch's best game yet and a great open world title capable of measuring to some of the biggest names in the genre. The excellent rendition of feudal Japan, along with its well-written characters and story, make Ghost of Tsushima stand out as the last must-have PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Worth Playing - Redmond Carolipio - 9.4 / 10
When the credits rolled after the final scene, I felt like I was in a movie theater and ready to applaud. I got to binge-watch and play the samurai story of my dreams. For anyone else who's ever picked up a long, empty wrapping-paper tube, held it with two hands a few inches apart, and swung it like a samurai, I have good news: We found it. We've got our game.
ZTGD - 10 / 10
Ghost of Tsushima is one of my favorite games of the generation and a must play for anyone who loves open world adventures and Samurai lore.
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Someone involved with Diamond Fox vs White Cobra DMCA'd my post on this sub sharing their official promotional material

Hello, RedditLetterMedia. 25 days ago from writing this, our favorite Wisconsonites uploaded the awesome Best of the Worst Spotlight episode on Diamond Cobra vs White Fox, AKA, if Tommy Wiseau made Lord of the Rings. Out of curiosity for this schlock fest, I did a cursory Google search for it and found a promotional video uploaded to the director'sown YouTube channel, Deuandra Brown. In it, the cast talk at length about how awesome she is and how excited they are to see the film (which had not premiered yet nor was done editing) because none of them were given the complete script for filming. That's right, nobody knew what they were actually a part of, which paints this glorious scene in my head straight out of the behind-the-scenes for The Phantom Menace of the crew seeing the monstrosity they've helped birth for the first time.
Finding this quite humorous, I shared the video to this very subreddit, thinking that everyone else who had just seen the BotW episode would enjoy this little added hilarity to the story of this film's production. I guess no one really did, because it gained no traction and I literally haven't thought about it until today. I say today because I received an email from Reddit informing me that a post of mine had been removed due to a DMCA violation notice. Mind you, I didn't download the video, the video doesn't even use any footage of the actual film, it's just interview, and it's on the director's actual channel.
I don't know if this link will work
So, what was the issue? This is where it gets funny. I obviously have not violated copyright here, if anything, I'm acting as free advertisement. The title was "Promo for Diamond Cobra vs. White Fox, in which the actors gleefully admit to not having been given the entire script nor seeing the finished movie before the premiere ," which you could interpret as painting the film or director in a bad light, but this is purely a description of the info found in the promotional material on the director's official channel. She wants you to see that. My post is a walking billboard at that point.
I say this because I think with this channel's audience, seeing an awesomely bad movie an exposing its messy production actually raises interest in those products for us. I'm typing this while being able to look at my DVD/Blu-Ray double set of Darry J. Gillis' Wicked World, which I only bought because I saw the Best of the Worst spotlight on it.
At the end of the day, I'm not upset about it, I'm not going to appeal the claim, I just think it's amusing. I think that Deuandra Brown should embrace the schlock like all of us, she'd probably get a lot more sales.
*edit: Got the movie title backwards, also backwards in title but what are you gonna do
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Important updates from r/Frozen Wallpapers Team: Fanarts upscaling, multiple / duplicate submissions, and more...

UPDATE 2020 - 09 - 21: Frozen Drive has moved to a new address at https://frozen.glt.ovh/index.php/s/6znQCHpeXreTsJS Please update your bookmark if you've bookmarked it
Hello everyone! Hope you’re all doing fine and always healthy
In addition to previous updates from us, today we’d like to inform some important informations regarding upscaling works and submission for upscale requests. This is necessary considering some issues received from the submission form, so please read them carefully:
  1. Since this upscaling procedure made specifically for Frozen, we only accept Frozen pictures (e.g. direct shot from the movie, official promotion picture) to be upscaled. Please don’t submit non-Frozen pictures to the form, since we can’t make them within this process
  2. Sometimes we received upscale requests for fanart or fan-edit pictures. But unfortunately, we can’t upscale them. Some artists have their reasons to share only the lower quality of their works. Making a higher quality of them may considered stealing their works and may lead to misuse (like commercial usage without being known by the artists), which is a big problem. This sub and our wallpapers repository are visible to everyone on the internet, and we’re afraid someone takes an upscaled fanart or fan-edit to be misused if we accept those requests. They may be anonymous (non-member of this sub) and it'll be very hard to track them down. Hope you can understand our decision, it’s for the best
  3. We, the wallpapers team, are just fans like everyone else in this sub. We received many upscale requests lately, which need some time to do them. Although we’re trying to do the best for our community, we also have to live our life other than just making some nice wallpapers. Please be patient while we process your requests, because we have a lot to do. There's no use of re-submitting the same request over and over again within a short period or after a few days. It won’t make your request handled earlier since we will ignore the rest of the same submissions
  4. We already have many wallpapers shared on this sub, including from users outside the team. It’s recommended to search for your requested picture before submitting a request to us, so you can get it much faster. You can either scroll down the “Wallpapers” flair on this sub, explore our wallpapers folder on Frozen Drive, or do a reverse image search on Google. Here’s how to do a reverse search:
In addition to #3, from now on, you can easily track your request progress (pending, done / posted, or rejected with some reasons) and see who handled your request through this link
If you have any question / suggestion for us, don’t hesitate to say it in the comment or send any of us a chat / message. Don’t forget to also refer to the mod post and our previous updates above, when you submit an upscale request. Thank you for your time to read this post, and have a nice day / night!
Regards, the wallpapers team :)
u/IEnumerator, u/Handryck, u/TetoTheSquirrelFox, u/HeroVax, u/SCRFilms, and u/hmmfzn
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Fresh tunes alert! Check out all the new releases and support the artists [+weekly updated Spotify playlist] | New Music Monday! (Week 35)

Weekly updated Spotify Playlist H2L: New Drum & Bass
Soundcloud Playlist H2L: New Drum & Bass Soundcloud
Youtube Playlist H2L: New Drum & Bass Youtube
Last Week's list http://reddit.com/ifmo2n
 

Picks Of The Week (by u/lefuniname)

Hey everyone, I sadly don’t have enough time for a full review section this week, so I’ll just quickly recommend some stuff all across the genre:

Neuro

First off we’ve got the incredible Moshpit EP by bossman Redpill on Eatbrain, hide your shoes or you might lose them while listening to this. Also, there’s got a Magnetude collab on there, that should tell you everything you need to know.
Next up we’ve got a double release by Neurofunk OG Audio, a new Killbox single and his remix of The Prototypes’ venture into other a different tempo: Paradise. Both are heavily recommended, but as a Prototypes fanboi for lyfe I of course prefer the latter.
But this week didn’t stop there. We’ve got a banging collab double single from Neonlight and State Of Mind, both some of my favorite DJs live and incredible producers, and a remix by none other than Mefjus, on Break and Total Science’s Dog’s Dinner.
If you’re more of a “support the underground” kinda person there’s also Dead Zodiac’s double single Battalion. Very good stuff.
There’s always more, but as I said, time’s ticking.

Dancefloor

Neurofunk isn’t the only subgenres with lots of stuff happening this week!
One-man band (well, not literally, because his band is three people, but you get what I mean) Fox Stevenson proves his song-writing and song-singing skills once again with the absolutely lovely Don’t Care Crown on UKF’s Pilot.
Newcomer Coastal proves with Don’t Want Your Love / Here We Go on YANA Music (run by Toronto Is Broken) once again that you don’t need to be a big name to release great dancefloor.
There’s also a Matrix & Futurebound Remix of Tom Walker in the mix this week!
But we have to move on. Next genre.

Liquid

This week has it all. But the liquid releases have been especially incredible.
First off we got a new UKF release, this time by liquid legends Artificial Intelligence and Makoto. Cold Expanse sounds just like some of the best Dawn Wall tunes out there. Shocking, I know.
Then we’ve also got something slightly different, an MC focused album on Hospital Records. Legendary word smiths DRS and Dynamite MC got together with some of he finest Producers on the label and delivered an album that any hiphop and dnb fan would enjoy. Or at least I did. For a similar soulful vibe, but with less MCing I can also recommend Los Angeles based Atlantic Connection’s new Justice EP.
Okay, enough well-known people, let’s mention some upcoming artist releases.
Hoofbeats Music featured a very interesting new artist on their newest release: Variants’ double single The Painter / Seasons shows how well the polish-czech duo can work with vocals. While the former is more of an emotional liquid ballad, the latter goes more into the uplifting dancefloor territory. Great stuff.
Lastly I want to mention I Wannabe - Space Lovers. Not your typical liquid. Or dnb even. A lot of analogue sounding synths that remind me a lot of Royalston, who I adore. All in all a very 70’s/80’s space/future atmosphere, if that makes sense.
Still not done, oof. Just one more genre to go though. You can do it!

Deep/Dark/Techy

Last but not least we got the deeper end of the spectrum that also blessed us with some gems this week.
First off we have Lost Recording’s remix EP Lost: Remixed 002. Featuring the likes of, Kyrist, Manikin and Dedman, my expectations were already quite high before listening to it. Those have been smashed to pieces though. All of the remixes are great, but I especially enjoyed the Moytra remix.
Finally, we got another contender for the hidden gem award: Black Opps new Return Of The Samurai EP. Not just the samurai movie inspired title track is amazing, the rest of the EP can be fully recommended too.
Okay everyone, time’s up. There’s obviously more stuff than the ones I mentioned here (check the list below), but I’d have to write forever to cover all of them. I recommend every single release I covered here wholeheartedly.  

New Releases

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First Contact - TOTAL WAR - Part 205

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The ship was shaped to get the most use out of the least amount of materials and energy. Shaped to use the atmosphere to help it land, with the thinnest hull plating it could sport, the weakest particle shielding, and a low wattage plasma cannon, the ship looked half melted already.
It exited jumpspace a good two hundred thousand miles from the resonance zone, dropping into realspace and cutting its engines immediately as well as shutting down the plasma cannon. It didn't bother trying to contact anyone.
The pilot knew the ship had already been spotted. The computer was already screaming it was locked up by nearly twenty fire control systems, had been lashed with RADAR, LIDAR, and every manner of scanning known and unknown to the pilot.
The ping of communication request came across the com-center and the Captain and sole being on the ship reached out and touched the accept icon.
A digital face made up entirely of swirling code appeared. It was a primate, with close set eyes, heavy brow and mandible, high sharp cheekbones, digital hair close cropped. It lowered its head slightly to stare at the pilot with an almost murderous glare.
"You got a lot of balls showing up here. What do you want?" the digital face asked.
"Landing permission," the pilot said calmly. "I am a non-combatant with only a single defensive weapon with ship performance far below your allowed specifications for civilians."
"You have to be crazy," the face said. "Give me one good reason not to blow you out of the sky and make the world a better place."
The pilot gave his reason. The digital face stared, shocked, then shook his head.
"You know what, this is above my paygrade. Stay right where you are. Power up anything, even a hair dryer, and I'll blow you back to your component atoms," the digital face said.
"Understood. Will comply," the pilot said.
He leaned back and waited.
Nearly eight hours later the ship was given permission to enter the stellar system, escorted by a quartet of warships. It took nearly three days to reach the pilot's destination. The ship waited in orbit for nearly two days until the lawyers got done and the ship was given permission to land. It was agreed that due to the risk that the ship should only be allowed to land on the most heavily armed and protected area of the planet.
The ship slipped though the atmosphere and landed at the busy starport, sitting in the berth until the umbilical hooked up to the ship and the pilot could leave the ship and enter the concourse.
Inside the concourse Billy Jane Iktakik McDougherty stood behind his desk, looking at the scanner results and checking the paperwork of everyone that moved up to his desk. A Rigellian female with her three ducks who was taking part in a body building competition. Next. A Digital Sentient who was making a pilgrimage to the Coalescing Site of the Digital Omnimessiah. Next. A Mantid doing a research paper of the Titan Rushmore's attack on Concord. Next. A nine-tailed blue furry fox-girl and her simian husband here to watch duels? Next. Big centaur-cow thing with tendrils on its face wearing a cover on its flanks, a vest, a sash, with a satchel that it was setting down on the scanner...
Billy looked at the creature in front of him. Cow body. Humanoid torso with four arms. Horse/cow head with catfish tendrils and six eyes. Billy checked the scanner. Standard datalink, Emergency nanite medical kit implant. Retinal link. Four stomachs, two sets of lungs, some other organs. Satchel contained a standard foldable computer, some datacubes for Terran language and customs and movies, a probe to check food and drink compatibility
Billy blinked a few times and stared at the being in front of him.
"Paper and documents?" Billy fell back on his most basic of training.
"Of course, gentle-being," the centaur thing told him. It handed over plas-sheets and a datacube. The biometrics matched, the documents looked official.
"Reason for visiting Terra?" Billy asked.
"Espionage," the being said.
Billy blinked again and started pinging his supervisors as fast as possible. "Excuse me?"
"Espionage," the being said. "I am a spy. The occupational listing of 'antiquities expert/import-export facilitator is my cover."
Billy started pinging his bosses faster.
"Length of stay?" Billy moved to the next question automatically.
"As long as it takes me to investigate your society, culture, government, laws, and any possible weakness your society might have so... um... let's go with at least one hundred of your years," the creature said.
"That's... too long for a temporary stay. You'd need a visa for that," Billy said. He pinged his supervisor's supervisor. Several times.
"Well, the longest temporary stay I might be permitted as a spy of a hostile government engaged in espionage," the creature said.
Billy pinged security. Fast.
"Anything to declare?" Billy asked, starting to sweat.
"Oh! Oh, this is indeed exciting," the creature said. Billy saw the telltale LEDs on the datalink in the creatures head light up. "Ahem," he lifted his chin and inflated a bunch of weird looking sack and crests on his shoulders, neck, down his back, on his lower body. "You cannot win. Your primitive and weak culture is unable to overcome the might of..."
"No, no, do you have anything that might be forbidden," Billy moved quick to cut off the monologue before it got to 'quake in fear' which Billy knew was the point of no return for supervillain speeches.
"Oh. Um. I have some maknaka fruit," the being said.
"I'm afraid that isn't permissible. We'll have to destroy it but you will be compensated," Billy said.
The creature nodded, opening the satchel and handing over the small plas container of weird looking lumpy fruit. Billy put it in the confiscation bin and handed the creature a credit stick.
"Thank you," the being said once Billy showed him how to check the balance. "That is most generous."
"OK, weapons?" Billy asked.
"None on my person. My spaceship has a low wattage plasma cannon used to deter pirates and threaten people in order to make my daring escapes," the being said.
Billy shook his head. "That won't do. This nation requires all visitors to be armed or escorted by armed security. You have seventy-two hours to procure a weapon or private security," he told him. "You can buy a pistol or rifle at the gift shop."
"Very well. What if I was to use it on someone for my own amusement?" the creature asked.
Billy sighed. "The gift shop will inform you of the relevant laws and escalation of force permissions."
"I would like to purchase a grenade launcher. Is that permissible?" the creature asked.
Billy nodded. "Yes. You may purchase anything up to a Class III weapon as a foreign national. No anti-armor, anti-aircraft, or CRBAN weaponry, but a grenade launcher with high-explosive is fine."
The creature nodded. "I would much like one. I used one to escape local government authorities once, the explosions were most satisfactory."
"Sure, knock yourself out," Billy said.
"Hmm, is that a common pastime?" the creature asked. "To render one's self unconscious through impact generated concussive force?"
Billy shook his head. "It means you have my complete permission to do it if that's what you want."
"Excellent," the being said, holding up all four hands so he could use two hands twice to put his fingertips together in a weird motion. Behind him? her? herm? it? xe? the line was beginning to grumble.
Billy's dataslate pinged and he looked down.
OVERRIDE - CONFED
OVERRIDE - TERRASOL
Billy blinked again and stopped pinging everyone. He was supposed to print out all the paperwork, transfer the proper files, and let the creature through. Additionally, he was supposed to issue a Class-III concealed carry permit and a Class-II Private Security retainer permit.
"One moment, gentlebeing, your paperwork is being processed." Billy said. Reams of paperwork as well as a datacube were being issued. No, make that two datacubes.
The weird looking being waited patiently, looking around the starport's concourse. It seemed a bit nervous at the groups of Treana'ad and Mantids wandering around, but Billy was only keeping half-aware of it as he kept handing over stuff for the being to sign and return one copy while keeping another.
Another security being opened up another line, motioning the beings waiting in Billy's line to the newly opened one. A Treana'ad matron with a power smoker in her mandibles and a half dozen hatchlings trotted over, looking resplendant in her shimmering cape and abdominal cover, and began clearing customs.
Finally the documents were done. The centaur creature put them all into his satchel after scanning them, the LED's on his implant warning of high usage. The strange creature made an odd hand gesture at Billy and trotted away.
The centaur brought up the map to starport concourse and trotted down to the first bank he saw. He trotted up and waited in line. After a few minutes he moved up to the front of the line and then to the counter.
"Hi, welcome to I Like Money Bank, how may I help you, sir, ma'am, both, or neither?" the furry biped with dark circles around its eyes and a fluffy tail asked.
"Currency exchange, please," the centaur said.
"Ah. If I might see your data-information," the biped, with a nametag that read "Tuffy" said. She placed a datapad in front of him. "Please put your hand on the scanner."
The centaur did so. It scanned for a moment then beeped.
"Oh, all right. In order to make a currency exchange you'll need to open an account," the biped said.
"That sound marvelous. Do you have a discount for spies?" the centaur asked.
"Let me ask my manager," the biped, she perhaps, said in a chipper tone with a close lipped slime. Her eye unfocused. "Well, my manager is willing to waive your first years account fees and offer you a line of credit at only 38% compounded monthly."
The centaur trembled with excitement. That was less than half of the interest his own bank charged him on his expenditures.
"Yes, please," he said.
"All right. Pick your card design," the biped said. A bunch of different kinds of card surfaces shown.
One caught his eye. An image of him, in front of an white headed predator bird, in front of some kind of waving red and white rippling cloth, wearing a three corner hat and a long white wig, firing projectile weapons into the air with all four hands.
"Oh, I like this one," the centaur said. He tapped it. The card slowly moved out of the top of the datapad. It had his name on it, a series of numbers, and he was startled to see that the image on the card was animated.
"Now, if we can see the credits or other legal tender, we will be happy to deposit them in your account, which will then be tied to your datalink, all six of your retinal scans, all four handprints, if you'd like we can have someone bring you a datapad so you can record your hoofprints, your voice print, a personal identification number, and a secret riddle if you choose," the biped said.
"Yes, please. I like all of that," the centaur said, trembling with excitement. He looked at the paperwork. His occupation was listed as "Lanaktallan Spy" which made him nod along. Quite accurate and efficient, these Terran banks. While he signed up for an account and transferred money his luggage, carried by a robotic hoverdolly, caught up to him. It even played a jaunty little tune.
It took a half hour, but he was given a free Tnvaru plushie, a flank covering that displayed giant robots battling, a modified four armed jacket with a fleece lining and denim outside that he found very comfortable, a metal device with four slots on the top that would apparently lightly bake something called sliced bread, a strange clock for local time that was somewhat confusing with the dial and the pointers, a writing implement, a ledger to keep track of his deposits, withdrawls, and expenses, a genuine animal skin wallet, a hat that said "I <3 TERRA", and a nifty bracelet.
He thanks the biped, put everything into the satchel he had brought, made sure his hoverdolly with his luggage would follow him. His implant alerted him that he'd need to see the doctor before he left, to get the proper medical examination and possibly an implant.
The being behind the counter was a human with skin so dark it almost hurt the centaur's eyes, with bright neon-red hair buzzed close to the scalp, and a set of cybereyes that changed colors slowly.
The centaur found out he was supposed to get an implant that would clear his bloodstream of pathogens. Then he discovered his medical nanite implant was so old that the dark Terran could actually be in trouble with law enforcement if he let the centaur leave. Then the centaur found out he could have his crests implanted with tiny holoemitters that would let him display holographic messages and images right above the crests or on them. Then he found out that he could have his fur modified so he could change colors.
The dark Terran recommended that, seeing as the centaur's occupation was 'spy', that way the centaur could quickly and easily change the color and patterning of his hide. The centaur got a new datalink with more memory, better range, better software, and smaller size. With the left-over space that had been cut from his skull, the centaur got more memory, and a thing called a 'knowsoft' chipjack that he could just slot dedicated chips to have a whole wide variety of informational chips right where he wanted them. The centaur also got upgrades to his retinal link, then got something that looked really interesting for spies, which was a camera on his fingertip so he could look around corners to make sure nobody was waiting for him.
The centaur was surprised at how quickly it was all done. When he woke up he realized less than an hour had passed. His datalink felt less intrusive in his head somehow. The new one felt, well, warmer and softer somehow.
Then the centaur trotted down to the gift shop. Looking at everything he trembled with excitement. He had never seen so many different things that a being could buy just to show off that they had visited this planet.
He bought two pistols, both of them slug throwers, and a rifle with an underslung grenade rifle, and a thing called a pump action shotgun that could take all kinds of different ammunition, which, of course, he bought. He even bought the 'genuine leather' holsters and belts for them. He arranged them properly, according to the sign, made sure they were loaded, and trotted back out onto the concourse, heading for the rent-a-car area.
The being at the rent-a-car was a hologram who eventually got the centaur a proper car. The centaur rented it for a year with only 22.5% interest as well as non-refundable deposits, then while he was waiting, took his driver's test, passed, and had a license to drive printed out. He also did the tutorial for how to use the auto-drive and the VI assist drive then downloaded a map of the city.
The centaur could barely keep from rubbing his hands together. A complete city map, including important cultural areas, libraries of knowledge, theaters that would show more fictional creations, places to eat, something called a 'club' which made him wonder why a being would want to visit a building full of trencheons, a district lit only by red lights, a few parks, a park dedicated to amusement, something called a trolley that was apparently a kind of train, and a massive building called a mall that contained over three hundred stores, something called a roller-coaster, and all kinds of things that he knew he would have to investigate.
The being behind the counter let him know that his 'candy apple red convertible 8-cylinder Ford Viper IXVII' was ready. He went out, following the directions, and stared at the vehicle. It was an internal combustion engine with simulated exhaust system, the interior white leather. To the centaur it seemed to almost vibrate with a desire to go fast. Rubbing his hands together eagerly he got in the vehicle, activated the auto-drive, and had it drive him to a hotel. Looking around, he noticed something very different than all the other worlds he had been to.
Terrans seemed to enjoy clothing, although he saw that some of them were naked. He noted with interest that the Terrans who were naked were somehow blurring out their genitalia. The clothing seemed to be all kinds of colors and styles, a dizzying, blinding array that made him stare as he went by.
He even passed by what looked like a sword duel between a pair of large insects that had other insects watching. He spent the entire time sitting upright on the driver's couch, looking at all the sights around him, completely fascinated.
Finally he reached the hotel. A Terran in a uniform requested his 'car keys' and when given them took his vehicle away for parking. Satisfied at the proper respect from a servant he rubbed his hands together, went inside, and trotted up to the desk. The vehicle's VI had already reserved the room for him and he paid for it, then went to the elevator, taking it up to the penthouse.
The centaur couldn't believe what he found. Luxury equal to the Most Highs.
He moved over to what his datalink informed him was a bar and activated the holographic VI bartender.
"How may I help you, sir?" the hologram asked.
"Dry martini, shaken, not stirred," the centaur said, using the accent he'd perfected on the trip to Terra. He looked out the window. "Ya'ahrd, Ba'ahn Ya'ahrd."
He sipped at the drink and smiled.
He had successfully made his insertion onto the Terran's homeworld. He would discover their secrets and make his daring escape.
It was good to be a Lanaktallan spy.
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Avengers Infinity War 4K/UHD 4K UHD $15
Despicable Me 3 (4K BD / UHD) 4K UHD $14
Goosebumps 2 (4K UHD) 4K UHD $14
The Hate U Give (4K UHD) 4K UHD $14
How To Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World 4K UHD 4K UHD $14
The Incredibles 4K DMA Full Code 4K UHD $14
Jumanji 2: The Next Level (4K UHD) 4K UHD $14
The Little Mermaid 4K/UHD DMA Full Code 4K UHD $14
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (DMA Full Code) 4K UHD $16
Mary Poppins Returns 4K UHD DMA Full Code 4K UHD $14
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms 4K DMA Full Code 4K UHD $14
Ralph Breaks The Internet 4K UHD DMA Full Code 4K UHD $14
Star Wars 9: The Rise of Skywalker (4K UHD) 4K UHD $14
Abominable HD $12
The Addams Family (2020) HD $12
Aladdin (2019) DMA Full Code HD $12
Alien Covenant HD $5
Aliens Ate My Homework HD $4
Allied (iTunes Only) HD $4
Alvin and the Chipmunks Road Chip HD $4
Amazing Spider-Man 2 HD $4
American Girl Lea To The Rescue HD $4
The Angry Birds Movie 2 HD $12
Ant-Man And The Wasp (DMA Full Code) HD $10
Avengers: Endgame (DMA Full Code) HD $12
Avengers Infinity War HDX HD $12
Bad Boys HD $10
Bad Boys 2 HD $10
Bad Boys For Life HD $10
Ballers - Season 3 HD $12
Ballers - Season 4 HD $12
The Banishment (Not UV) HD $5
Barbie Star Light Adventures HD $4
Barbie Video Game Hero HD $4
Barry Season One HD $12
Batman The Brave and the Bold: Season 3 HD $10
Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice HD $4
Beauty And The Beast (2017) DMA HD $10
The Beguiled (2017) HD $4
The Best of Enemies (iTunes Only) HD $4
Big Little Lies (Season 1) HD $12
The Birth of a Nation HD $4
Black Panther DMA Full Code HD $10
Border HD $12
Boss Baby HD $6
Boxcar Children - Surprise Island (Not UV) HD $12
Brian Banks HD $12
Bumblebee HD $6
Captain Marvel DMA Full Code HD $12
Captain Underpants The First Epic Movie HD $5
Cars 3 DMA Full Code HD $10
Casual: Season 1 HD $12
Chernobyl - The Complete Miniseries HD $14
Chrisopther Robin HD $10
Cinderella (DMA Full Code) HD $10
Coco DMA Full Code HD $12
Countdown HD $14
Crashing: Season 2 HD $12
Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 9 HD $12
The Darkest Minds HD $10
DC Doom Patrol HD $16
DC Legends of Tomorrow (Season 4) HD $16
Deadpool HD $8
Deadwood - The Movie HD $12
The Deep HD $4
Despicable Me 2 HD $8
Despicable Me 3 HD $8
Detective Pikachu HD $10
The Deuce - Season 1 HD $12
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid HD $5
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul HD $5
Digimon Adventure Tri.: Reunion (Digital Download not UV/iTunes) HD $12
Divergent: Insurgent HD $3
Divorce (Season 1) HD $12
Dora and the Lost City of Gold HD $12
Dumbo DMA Full Code HD $12
Elvis Presley: The Searcher HD $12
Emoji Movie HD $6
F8 Fate Of The Furious Extended Director's Cut HD $8
Fahrenheit 451 HD $6
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them HD $6
The Fault In Our Stars HD $8
Fifth Wave HD $3
Fighting With My Family HD $12
Finding Dory (DMA Full Code) HD $12
Fox and The Hound 2 (DMA Full Code) HD $14
Fox and The Hound (DMA Full Code) HD $14
Frozen 2 DMA Full Code HD $12
Game Of Thrones (Season 5) HD $12
Game Of Thrones (Season 8) HD $12
**The Gentlemen (iTunes Only) HD $12
Get Out HD $6
Girls: Season 6 HD $12
Goosebumps 2 (HD) HD $12
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami (Not UV/MA) HD $12
Grease HD $10
The Grinch (2019) HD $6
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 (DMA Full Code) HD $10
Hard Target 2 HD $4
The Hate U Give (HD) HD $10
Hercules HD $6
Here and Now: Season 1 HD $12
Hidden Figures HD $4
Hitler's Hollywood (Not UV/MA) HD $10
Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey HD $8
Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies HD $8
A Hologram for the King HD $6
Honey 3: Dare to Dance HD $4
Hotel Transylvania 3 HD $10
House of Cards: Season 5 HD $12
The House with a Clock in Its Walls HD $10
Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom (Non-UV) HD $8
Howard Lovecraft and the Undersea Kingdom (Non-UV) HD $8
How to Train Your Dragon 2 HD $6
How To Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World HD $10
Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 HD $8
I Am Legend HD $6
Ice Age HD $4
Ice Age Collision Course HD $5
The Incredibles 2 DMA Full Code HD $10
Independence Day Resurgence HD $4
Insecure: Season 1 HD $12
Inside Out HD $10
The Intruder HD $10
Iron Man 3 DMA Full Code HD $12
Jason Bourne HD $6
Jumanji 2: The Next Level HD $12
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (2018) HD $6
Jurassic World HD $6
The Kid Who Would Be King HD $12
King Arthur Legend Of The Sword HD $4
Kung Fu Panda 3 HD $6
La La Land HD $4
The Last Black Man in San Francisco HD $10
The Lego Movie 2 HD $8
Les Miserables (2012) HD $4
Life of Pi HD $4
Lilo And Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (DMA Full Code) HD $14
The Lion King (2019) DMA Full Code HD $14
Lion King Walt Disney Signature Collection DMA Full Code HD $12
The Little Mermaid Anniversary DMA Full Code HD $12
The Little Mermaid (DMA Full Code) HD $12
The Looming Tower (Limited Series) HD $12
Lost Horizon HD $6
Luis And The Aliens (Not UV) HD $8
The Magicians: Season 2 HD $12
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (DMA Full Code) HD $14
The Martian HD $6
Mary Poppins Returns DMA Full Code HD $12
Maya The Bee 2: The Honey Games (Non-UV) HD $4
Maze Runner: Scorch Trials HD $5
Middle School: The Worst Years of My life HD $4
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates HD $4
Minions HD $4
Mirai HD $12
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children HD $6
Moana (3D DMA Full Code) HD $14
Moana (DMA DMR Bluray) HD $12
Monster Family (Not UV) HD $8
Monster High Electrified HD $6
Monster High Welcome To Monster High HD $6
Monster Trucks HD $6
The Mountain Between Us HD $4
Mulan II (DMA Full Code) HD $14
The Mummy (iTunes) HD $5
Muppets Most Wanted (DMA Full Code) HD $12
My Brilliant Friend HD $12
My Dinner With Herve HD $12
My Little Pony Equestria Girls Legend of Everfree (Non-UV) HD $8
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The Nightmare Before Christmas DMA Full Code HD $14
Nine Lives HD $6
Nocturnal Animals HD $4
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms DMA Full Code HD $12
Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature HD $6
Office Christmas Party (iTunes Only) HD $4
Overcomer HD $14
Ozzy The Fast And The Furriest (Download not UV) HD $4
Paddington 2 HD $6
Paper Towns HD $6
Paterno HD $12
Pavarotti HD $12
Peanuts Movie HD $4
Peter Pan Anniversary Edition DMA Full Code HD $12
Peter Rabbit HD $6
Pitch Perfect HD $6
Pocahontas II (DMA Full Code) HD $14
Poms (iTunes Only) HD $10
Power Rangers HD $6
The Predator HD $8
The Professor HD $12
The Promise HD $4
Ralph Breaks The Internet DMA Full Code HD $10
Ready Player One HD $8
Rocketman HD $10
The Secret Life Of Pets HD $6
The Secret Life of Pets 2 HD $10
Shazam HD $8
Sherlock Gnomes HD $8
Silence HD $4
Silicon Valley: Season 3 (iTunes or Google Play) HD $12
Silicon Valley : Season 4 HD $12
A Simple Favor HD $6
Sing HD $6
Skyscraper HD $10
Smurfs The Lost Village HD $6
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (DMA Full Code) HD $12
Solace HD $4
Sonic The Hedgehog HD $10
Son of Bigfoot (Non-UV Download) HD $12
Sopranos Complete Series (iTunes or Google Play) HD $100
Spider-Man: Far From Home HD $12
Spider-Man: Homecoming HD $12
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse HD $12
Spies in Disguise DMI Full Code HD $14
Spotlight HD $4
Spy (Unrated) HD $6
Star Wars 1: The Phantom Menace HD $12
Star Wars 3: Revenge of the Sith HD $12
Star Wars 4: A New Hope HD $12
Star Wars 5: Empire Strikes Back HD $12
Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens HD $12
Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi HD $12
Star Wars 9: The Rise of Skywalker HD $12
Star Wars: Rogue One HD $12
Star Wars: Solo HD $12
Straight Outta Compton HD $6
Strike Back: Season 5 HD $12
Strike Back: Season 6 HD $12
Summer Wars (funimationdigitalcopy.com) HD $6
Super Troopers HD $6
Thomas The Tank Engine and Friends: The Great Race HD $4
Thor 3: Ragnarok DMA Full Code HD $10
Toy Story 4 HD $12
Trainwreck HD $6
Transformers : The Last Night HD $10
Transformers : The Last Night (iTunes) HD $5
Trolls HD $10
Trolls World Tour HD $10
True Detective: Season 1 HD $12
True Detective: Season 2 HD $12
True Detective: Season 3 HD $12
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 HD $6
UglyDolls (iTunes Only) HD $8
Uncle Drew HD $6
Veep: The Final Season HD $14
Veep: Season 5 (iTunes or Google Play) HD $12
Veep: Season 6 HD $12
Vinyl: Season 1 (iTunes/Google Play, UV Redeemed) HD $12
War for the Planet of the Apes HD $6
Watchmen (DC/HBO Series) HD $14
Waves HD $10
Westworld: Season 2 The Door HD $12
The Wizard of Lies HD $12
Wonder HD $6
A Wrinkle In Time DMA Full Code HD $12
X-Men Apocalypse HD $6
The Young Pope (iTunes/Google Play) HD $10
They Shall Not Grow Old HD $12
The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling HD $12
All The Money In The World (SD) SD $2
Alpha and Omega (Big Freeze) (SD) SD $2
Amy SD $2
Batman Beyond: Season 1 SD $15
Blinded By The Light SD $2
Concussion (SD) SD $2
Divergent: Allegiant (SD) SD $2
Doctor Sleep SD $5
The Good Liar SD $5
Goosebumps (SD) SD $2
Hell or High Water (SD) SD $2
Hotel Transylvania 2 (SD) SD $2
Infinitely Polar Bear (SD) SD $2
Irrational Man SD $2
Jumanji 2: The Next Level SD $2
Little Women SD $2
Mortdecai (SD) SD $2
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood SD $2
Paul, Apostle Of Christ (SD) SD $2
Richard Jewell SD $2
Ricki and the Flash (SD) SD $2
Roman J Israel, Esq. (SD) SD $2
Scoob SD $2
Sicario (SD) SD $2
The Walk (SD) SD $2
The Way Back SD $2
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Avengers: Endgame (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Bambi (Walt Disney Signature) (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Beauty And The Beast (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Captain Marvel (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Cinderella (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Coco (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Descendants 2 (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Descendants 3 (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Disneynature: Earth (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Duck Tales: Woo-Oh (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
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Frozen 2 DMR DVD Points Only $2
Good Dinosaur (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
The Incredibles 2 (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Inside Out (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
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Lady & The Tramp (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
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Mary Poppins Returns (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Moana (DVD DMR DVD Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
The Nightmare Before Christmas (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Peter Pan Anniversary Edition (DVD DMR Points) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Puppy Dog Pals (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Tangled Queen for a Day (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Thor 3: Ragnarok (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Tomorrowland (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Toy Story That Time Forgot (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
Wreck It Ralph 2 - Ralph Breaks The Internet (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
A Wrinkle In Time (DVD DMR Only) DMR DVD Points Only $1
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