Which Did You Play? Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands vs GhostWire: Tokyo

March 2022 has come to a close and kept steady the barrage of top-notch titles coming to gaming machines worldwide. The month received a send-off by what are currently two of the most highly anticipated releases for the year, GhostWire: Tokyo and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

GhostWire: Tokyo © 2022 Tango Gameworks, Bethesda Softworks (image provided by Bethesda Softworks)

Action-horror title GhostWire: Tokyo is what may be the final timed exclusive from Bethesda that PlayStation may ever see following the acquisition of parent company ZeniMax Media by Microsoft last year. In GhostWire: Tokyo, Tokyo is overrun by deadly supernatural forces, perpetrated by a dangerous occultist known as Hannya, causing Tokyo’s population to vanish in an instant. Akito, a young man critically injured in a car accident minutes before the entire ward of Shibuya has their spirits ripped from their bodies. Allying with a powerful spectral entity that calls itself KK, a quest for vengeance and mastery of a powerful arsenal of abilities awaits and it’s Akito’s job to unravel the dark truth behind the disappearance as they face the unknown.

This first-person, open-world title will have players traversing the map, hitting landmark after landmark to rid the Shibuya District while combatting the various apparitions that are thrown at them. Akito has control of elemental attacks (Water, Fire, and Wind) which will handily take care of foes and can also fall back on paper talismans and a bow and arrow for combat.

The stylish combat, vivid colors, and unique animations in GhostWire: Tokyo is sure to make the latest game from Shinji Mikami’s Tango Gameworks studio a hit for gamers this spring.


Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is the newest installment in the Borderlands franchise. Players embark on an epic adventure full of whimsy, wonder, and high-powered weaponry! Taking on the role of Fatemaker in Tiny Tina’s game of Bunkers and Badasses, think “Dungeons & Dragons” meets Borderlands where bullets, magic, and broadswords collide across this chaotic fantasy world brought to life by the unpredictable Tiny Tina.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderland © 2022 Gearbox Software, 2K Games (image provided by 2K Games)

Players will encounter dozens of familiar characters who are mainstays in the Borderlands series while questing through the Wonderlands. Featuring a cast of characters, some of who are voiced by prominent actors in the entertainment world, Gearbox Software has spared no expense for fans of the Borderlands franchise.

The main voice talent in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands includes Will Arnett (Dragon Lord), Andy Samberg (Valentine), Wanda Sykes (Frette), and Ashly Burch reprising her role as Tiny Tina.

Roll your own multiclass hero and loot, shoot, slash, and cast your way through outlandish monsters and loot-filled dungeons on a quest to stop the tyrannical Dragon Lord. Everyone’s welcome, so join the party, throw on your adventuring boots, and be Chaotic Great!


Which game won you over? Was is it GhostWire: Tokyo or Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands? Take our poll and then keep the conversation going by letting us know in our Discord or Facebook group!

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, and PC
GhostWire: Tokyo is available now for PlayStation 5 and PC

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