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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Horizon Zero Dawn is a perfect gaming cocktail

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    Horizon Zero Dawn is the combination of FarCry 3/4/Primal's mission system, Diablo III's loot mechanics, Uncharted 4's environment scaling, and Halo's repetitive, addictive, heart-pounding firefight sequences that culminate in one of the best collages of gaming in recent memory. Every one of the above elements are so well executed that Horizon Zero Dawn could be measured toe-to-toe against any of the titles it borrows from and potentially beat them in a side-by-side review. Each system has been implemented with such polish and refinement that you forget this game is a brand new IP. If I could sum the visuals and mechanics of this game up in two words, they would be "beyond stunning". The only areas where this game falters, and where my review deviates from the 100s of others on metacritic, is with the story and characters that populate this great island. The acting, when lined up against the look of the NPC characters, is supposed to make you say "Wow" but instead make you say, "boy, they all look so shiny and over polished". Since you have 10,000 conversations with characters in the game you'll also begin to see the both men and women move in the same way and their movements don't entirely correlate to the lines of dialog being spoken. Horizon Zero Dawn's story comes off a bit disjointed making it almost feel like the arc had been written in parts or by several teams. About 5 hours into the game, I just didn't care about anyone (including the main character) and would quickly click through dialog to get to the sweet, sweet missions therein. Thankfully, the REAL stars of the show in Horizon Zero Dawn are the mechanical beasts, the environment, and the combat. Horizon Zero Dawn replaces the Witcher 3's complexity with simplicity which will make this game infinitely more accessible for all PS4 owners. TL;DR: Buy this game for the combat and visuals and you will have a blast (story is entirely optional)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Possibly GOTY?

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    I have to say, I love this game! It's one of the best games I've played in a while. You can see they put a lot of work into this game, and I would gladly give it a 9.5 out of 10. I don't have a single negative thing to say. Plus, the collectors edition was fantastic. The Aloy statue is one of the best collectors edition statues I've ever had, the detail was amazing. On top of that, with the Gamers Club membership, I only paid $95 on the day of release. I couldn't be happier with this game and all the collector extras. If you love open world, 3rd person, missions and quest based, survival adventure games (Uncharted, Tomb Raider, FarCry) then this game is a great choice!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Highly recommended

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    To start, this comes in a massive box. The statue is fantastic. Highly detailed and looks great on my shelf. The steelbook is a perfect accompaniment with a nice shot of Aloy and her bow above a Thunderjaw. As for the game, it plays and looks great. Definitely a GOTY contender. The narrative isn't perfect the way it's told, despite a strong foundation. It's still engaging, nonetheless.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fantastic game, fantastic quality!

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    This collectors edition is awesome! A must have for any gamer. The game itself is unbelievable; I'm about 45% through it now and have loved every single moment! The art book that comes with this collector's edition is rather small, but the images are great quality. And the best part is the FIGURE. It's easily the most detailed figure I own. It's absolutely beautiful. I'm super happy with my purchase!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Figure and Game

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    The Aloy figure is beautifully done with high detail and accuracy. Just look at those freckles! Horizon Zero Dawn (HZD) has strong similarities to Far Cry: Primal (FC:P) but is more refined and robust. If you liked FC:P you will like HZD and vice versa, but HZD has a more engaging story and characters, and better graphics.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Amazing

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    Game of the Year! The game looks absolutely Gorgeous! Amazing visuals, the combat is fluid and satifying, great story, huge lore for a new IP and hard to put down. There are many things to do in game and even after completion. Lastly the photo mode is mighty impressive! 10 out of 10!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best new PS4 franchise

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    As a every day gamer this is a must play my friend.. graphics, gameplay,mechanics this game had it all and GG ( Guerilla games) did a fantastic job on their 1st open world video game

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Game!

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    I love this game it is something New and Original to the Genre it has good story telling, great graphics, and action as well I highly recommend this if you love video games.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great game and Figure

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    An action role-playing game with great graphics and interesting story. It start with a decent but by far not thorough training. Once done you get roam and upgrade as you progress through the story. Haven't finished yet but this game has truly amazing and fun. As for the figure with this edition, SUPER SWEET! Smaller than Tomb Raider and Uncharted but very detailed.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great statue and game

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    Game is great, statue looks amazing and came packaged good, with no damages.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    HOLY SMOKES

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    First things first. It is unfortunately locked in 30fps, BUT IF you have a 4k tv capable of mocking frames i.e. Samsungs Auto Motion Plus and set it up 10 blur and 10 jutter, it will try real hard to fake 60fps, its not perfect, but way better than 30fps! Then again the game fakes 4k sooooo. I know i know, its checkerboard rendering 1440p twice and it works so, potato patoto. Im not saying you shouldnt get this game if you dont have a pro and 4k tv, but it is absolutely stunning in 4k hdr and (try real hard auto motion lol) I do not regret paying $120 for the collectors edition, which i rarely get. The only reason I got the pro and PS4 at that is because of the FF7 Remake. And then i saw this game, WOW! Just just WOW! Even if you dont get the CE, this game is absolutely amazing! Do yourself a favor and put this in your game inventory, well worth it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Absolute must play

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    Love this game and love this collectors edition. No complaints here!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent

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    The game was awesome the gameplay and storyline is perfect.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best Game Yet!

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    Horizon Zero Dawn Runs Great on the PS4 Pro & 4K TV

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    110% Product

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    Let's begin with the inclusions: steelbook of the game, several ingame items, (including weapons & armor with their own buffs, and crates of consumables,) a nice dynamic theme for the PS4, and the amazingly detailed statue. It's the statue of protagonist Aloy that's the real draw here. I don't often invest in Collector Editions for the statues outside of God of War & Mortal Kombat- but have a few others. The Aloy statue doesn't feel cheap to just cash in; it's solid and heavy with detailing on par with the MK9 bookends of Sub-Zero & Scorpion; in fact, Aloy has displaced MK9 bookends as my favorite statue inclusion- it's gorgeous. The game itself... Just wow! While you'll play a short section at the beginning of a 6 or 7 year old Aloy, she's so spunky you'll be hoping to see more of this version as a DLC adventure in the future. The adult version of Aloy is every bit as interesting and tough as nails that you can't help but believe that if Nathan Drake has, in fact, taken part in his last adventure, that Sony has found its new mascot alongside Kratos. The game world is one of the largest I've seen laid out, and considering how "alive" it feels with wildlife normally ignored by other games (geese, turkeys, raccoons, etc,) it has an immersion that's not been felt as of yet- watching tall grass sway organically as you move through it never grows old. One of the things that always hurts in games with crafting involved, even if it is realistic, is the limited space for inventory. While space cap in other games is often very real, it often removes you from the fun of the gameplay when you need to stop in your tracks to harvest materials. While HZD doesn't have unlimited carrying space, it's much more forgiving; more starting space, ability to upgrade, plenty of resources nearby... it's still necessary, but not needlessly frustrating. Same goes for the robotic wildlife-based enemies. They're challenging without being frustrating. You'll need to use some stealth (again, done to perfection- normally not a fan of huge stealth games,) to make your hunt easier, but not is all lost if stealth is broken. Enemies are tough, but with weak points, they're far from invincible, and still vulnerable even when not hitting those weak areas. And that seems to be a hallmark of HZD- challenge without absurdity to make it a false difficulty. Guerrilla Games should be proud of what they've given fans with this new IP. They've found a balance that should be a benchmark for other companies to follow; but that's not all others should be envious of: a strong protagonist, a great story, a rich world with a thought-out history behind it, beautiful graphics, and rock solid gameplay and controls. If the statue and extras aren't your cup of tea, you still owe it to yourself to get HZD; but know this... Every bit of attention to detail in the game is in the statue, she's beautifully crafted and would make a great addition even to a collection you haven't begun.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Playstation 4's new "Killer App"

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    Dont often get review codes but for some reason GG and Sony were very loose and eager to do so and i can see why. The game is maybe the most technically achieving console production i have ever seen, its not only gorgeous but runs great on a standard PS4. I am also a pc gamer and let me tell you this game from a visual standpoint blew me away. Many compare this to far cry, some go as far to call it a reskin of such and while sure certain aspects that are found if FC and other open world games can also be found here some of the mechanics or gameplay functionalities feel evolved, smarter and more intuitive. This game handles those similar functionalities faster, smarter and more enjoyable due to it. Not many open worlds do side quests right, i assume is difficult to strike a good balance without overwhelming the player, some devs add stuff in the game for the sake of more things to do but dont put much tlc into such thus the content sometimes ends up feeling dull and repetitive. Zero Dawn does side quests in a way where it feels meaningful and while icons still scatter about the map i felt more inclined to do most of it because many were or felt dynamic in a sense and came into play as far as the main mission is concerned. NPCS notice if you "did or didnt do the thing" and the dialogue will reflect it. I think my review is not very relevant due to you being able to watch tons of videos and proper reviews already in the wild so i will wrap this up, if you own a PS4 you owe it to yourself to play this game. Forget to mention, the story .. I was content with having a gorgeous open world game with great combat and atmosphere, i didnt expect the story to be good, expected average at best and the story ended up being one of this games strong suits. Wont spoil the story BUT the game does something else thats rare, a proper ending with closure while still opening the door just wide enough for a second installment. The Story is solid, Good Voice acting and Great writing are main contributors to why i found myself getting goosebumps on several occasions. I dont wish for dlc often BUT i want more. Currently this is PS4' S "killer app" I ended up buying a copy off of here because they earned my money and will be covering this game and feel like i can be completely transparent in terms of not being biased due to getting a free version Feel free to ask me anything, More than happy to fill you in. i have at least 40 hours into this game and i Adore it. Read the comment bellow for more details about the side missions, in depth critique and how this game handles open world tropes if you wish

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Collector's Edition and Game Review

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    The detail on the statue is fantastic. Great price for everything that comes in the package. About the game itself: Fantastic game! A true 10/10 experience. It is everything I expected it to be. It was as beautiful and inventive as The Witcher III, which was a 10/10, IMO, as well. The combat in Horizon is extremely rewarding. I love the fact that you could go full frontal assault, snipe, or stealth kill your foes without penalty to the flow of your gameplay. The graphics are outstanding. The story was excellently-written. The dialogue was even more amazingly written. There were so many subtleties that you could catch on the dialogue alone that would keep you right on the story; reminding you exactly what was done or said in a previous part of it. I'm not going to spoil anything here, but I was super stoked to see a very familiar face in film and TV show up as a very important character. Which, prompts me to say, the acting was also superb. And, going back to the graphics: boy did they take their time drawing-up and imagining every single little detail. Just like the subtleties in the story's dialogue, you could find these neat subtleties in the amount of detail that went in designing this world. Heck, I could go as far as saying that, even in the gameplay, these welcome subtleties could also be found. One example is in terms of the climbing mechanics. Everywhere you climbed (or descended), you had a minimum of two options on how to reach that top. It gave such a dynamic flow to the gameplay, that kept you wanting to go back on that awesome descend (or climb) after each mission. Just to experience it anew.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    An excellent new IP for Playstation's library

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    Horizon Zero Dawn looks interesting because you track down and fight robot dinosaurs, but there's actually a fascinating backstory to uncover with something of a mystery to unravel as well. The gameplay is fairly standard open world stuff, being able to get horse like mounts to ride through the area, going from settlement to settlement to pick up quests and setting out to do them. Finding materials from enemies for crafting or to sell and purchase items instead, but for being standard, it also falls into a "isn't broke, don't fix it" category as well. The game is beautifully crafted with great visuals and fantastic graphics as well. Set in a far future version of a post-apocalypstic Earth where humanity has collapsed and rebuilt itself more tribalistic than technologically based, you play as Aloy, a young girl outcast by her tribe and raised by an outcast surrogate father. Eventually she undertakes a trial to gain the right to get answers of her past, which sets her on a path to find out why machines are becoming more aggressive and what danger is threatening the world. I don't want to say too much about the plot as unraveling the story was one of the most interesting parts of the game.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Simply amazing

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    I am reviewing the game for the most part. The collectors edition is great, but you likely won't find it. Horizon Zero Dawn is truly amazing. I don't want to spoil too much but here is the basic premise. You play Aloy an outcast of a primitive tribe of Humans who live in the far, far future. Robot creatures inhabit the world and are among the coolest looking enemies I have ever had the pleasure of destroying in a video game. Aloy can use a wide array of primitive ( and not so primitive ) weapons on her journey to find out who she is and what is going on with the world as nothing is what it seems. The graphics are stellar, the story is amazing, the dialog is great, the character models and faces are among the best I have ever seen. the writing, action, quests, main story, combat, exploration everything is pretty much as good as what you have played or seen before or better. Many people poo poo'd this game for being just like Far Cry or just like Skyrim or just like The Witcher 3. well guess what, they are correct. Only how is this a bad thing? It has the amazing story and dialog and quest structure from TW3, it has the great open world and collect-a-thon aspects of Far Cry and Skyrim as well as crafting systems like Far Cry. Only Far Cry never had graphics, pacing, story or dialog like this. HZD simply put is the best exclusive PS4 title in existence. Just as The Last of Us was the best PS3 game, HZD is the best PS4 game. If you own a PS4 and want a true quality experience, get HZD

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Why isn't there a sixth star!?

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    Finally got around to playing this game after purchasing it earlier in the year. This game has it all. We live in a gaming era where everything looks great, so no need to talk about the stunning visuals. The handling on this game is superb, you can really get away with only using 2-3 different weapons if you want to. Or you can take some of the more exotic weapons for a spin with practice in the hunting grounds and really see some great ways to break machines. The story made it nearly impossible for me to put this one down. When you start to figure out why the world is like this, it's amazing. I really hope someone does a serious movie or Netflix adaptation of the story. It's that good. Games this good don't come along very often. Seriously, they don't. You can play beginner mode just to see and experience everything, you can play on super hard mode + if you like the idea of pain and challenge. If you haven't played this and are still reading reviews, stop. This game is worth the investment, especially with the added content on the new version of the game. Speaking of which, guess where I'm off to next. Play this game!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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