Ghost Song Cheats and Tips
Enable Highlight Character Mode
Even during the brightest moments, Ghost Song can still be awfully opaque and hard to navigate. The good news is, you can actually enable Highlight Character, which essentially puts a glowing aura around your protagonist. Doing this will help you uncover hidden areas, as well as give you a clearer idea of the world you’re exploring. So, if you’re having trouble adapting to the darkness, be sure to head into your Game Settings, and hit Highlight Character.
Save, Save, Save
In Ghost Song, dying on a regular basis comes with the territory. In fact, nearly everything can kill you, which means you’re bound to face death a handful of times over the course of your journey. And if you do happen to meet a bitter end at the hand of an enemy, then you’ll have to start back from the beginning, or at the last save point.
The problem is, save points aren’t all that common, which means you should always take the opportunity to back up your game whenever you stumble upon one. A Save Point looks like a blue neon leaf, and can be found in random locations, usually near upgrade stations.
Upgrade And Level Up Whenever Possible
The more you explore the world that Ghost Song has to offer, the more likely you are to bump in upgrade stations, which are also referred to as Statues. At these Statues, you will be able to do one of three things: Level Up, Fast Travel, or Make Repairs. Keeping on top of your level and upgrading your three attributes is crucial, and should be done whenever you acquire enough NanoGel.
Always Collect Your Lost NanoGel
Much like its Metroidvania cousins, Ghost Song employs a gameplay feature that makes death far more of a taxing experience than it needs to be. Dying, unfortunately, means losing all of your collected NanoGel, as well as a floating corpse in the destination that you perished in during the previous run. To reclaim what is rightfully yours, you will need to return to where you died and pick it up.