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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Game of the Year... any Year..

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    There are very few games out there that as soon as you start playing , you realize its an instant classic. Games like the Last of Us, the first Gears of War, Red Dead Redemption... games that are not only stunning graphically but also offer so much more in gameplay and story. This is one of those games, HZD is epic, One of if not the best looking console games I've ever played. More than once I catch myself pausing the game to go into the PS4s Photo mode to take a screenshot of the action. And that's it the action, not only does it look good but it plays better.. Tons of things to do in this massive open world game, figuring out different ways to neutralize all the different kinds of Machines is a lot of fun. I have invested 40 hours into the game and not even close to finishing. So pick it up and enjoy!

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

    Excellent Game!

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    Amazing graphics and gameplay. Was certainly worth the purchase.

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

    Awesome graphics and and truely innovative experie

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    A very good game, fun you play. Nice change up from a standard adventure/shooter game. Wou k do recommend to most gamers!

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

    O my god.. what a game

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    I won't end up writing long review how great this game looks and feel. Try this game out and you will find it yourself. Here are the screenshots when you combine ps4 pro with hisense 65" 4k hdr tv..

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

    Heard good things, but...

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    So I bought the game a little over a month ago. Haven't had time to install it until today. I sat down to play it and... "the disc cannot be read". Checked the disc, which seems fine and installation went smooth. I read up on problems people had and uninstalled and reinstalled the game. Nothing... I think $10 was too much to spend on a coaster.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A masterpiece of a game!

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    Horizon: Zero Dawn was expected to be a good game when considering all the hype and marketing behind it. It delivered on all expectations and then some. Made by the company that made the Killzone franchise, this game is an open-world action RPG that is part Zelda, part Tomb Raider and part Far Cry. There's a weapon crafting system, stealth gameplay, cinematic sequences and a deep enriching story of wonder and suspense. There's easily 50-100 hours of gameplay to be had depending on the type of player you are. This is arguably the best looking PlayStation 4 exclusive so far, even topping Uncharted 4's graphics in my opinion. This is one not to be missed!

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

    Absolutely Terrific game!!!

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    Open world and RPG elements of the Witcher 3. Action and combat of Tomb Raider. Graphics eclipsing Uncharted 4. A great story with dozens and dozens of hours of gameplay to boot. This is truly an impressive game, especially when you consider that it's the first of its kind for the developer. When I'm not playing this game, I'm thinking about playing this game. I'm not typically someone who enjoys questing and I generally prefer a good linear game to open world. This game, however, has made me reevaluate my preconceived notions about this genre. These games can be fun and exciting and beautiful and awe inspiring. This is my favorite game so far this gen.

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

    Rumble in the mechanical jungle!

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    An incredibly unique video game that is centered in a gorgeous setting of a post-apocalyptic world. This game requires not only wit, but immense skill in utilizing the appropriate weapon for each enemy you face. This takes alot of trial and error, but its incredibly fun to grow with the main character as you turn into a true hunter. Must buy!

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

    Game of the year contender, open-world greatness

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    This is one of, if not the best, open-world action game I have ever played. In my opinion, it should be top contender to win multiple game of the year awards. We finally have gotten a game developer, GG, that has perfected an open-world experience! Usually open-world games will have a good story, but then suffer in graphics and in gameplay (example: Mafia 3, even though i enjoyed Mafia 3) or great graphics and gameplay, but the story is not so good ( Example: Watch Dogs 2, enjoyed this one immensely) With Horizon, it is an example of almost a perfect game! Graphics: best looking console game I have ever seen, especially on PS4 Pro. Story: It is engaging, detailed and had me immersed from the opening cut scene. Gameplay: The best part of the game and honestly maybe has the best mechanics, thrills, and options I have experienced in a game. Finally, the open-world: The atmosphere of the surroundings is what makes all the other things that much more enjoyable! The map is huge, but not so large that it takes away from objectives or what you have to do to survive in the world! I have never experienced anything like Horizon, and it shows what current generation consoles are capable of, and every other developer better look out because everything produced from this point on is going to be compared to this work of art! Who wouldnt want to spend 30-60 hours fighting mechanical dinosaur creatures with a bow and arrow! Enjoy!! 5 stars isn't enough!

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

    One of the Best Games of the Year

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    Horizon: Zero Dawn is an amazing game. This game flew under the radar because at the time, it came out the same week as Zelda BOTW, so it didn't get the recognition it deserves. This is an open world game and you can travel pretty much all over. You can customize your weapons and armor, so you can defeat the machines pretty easily. It's got a great story and the graphics look amazing on the PS4. It is a must have for any PS4 owners.

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

    One of the best PS4 Exclusives

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    Horizon throws the player into a post-apocalyptic world, littered with remnants of past civilizations, where humanity works to survive against a wilderness inhabited by machines. The machines are (you guessed it) machine creatures that span in size from the small to building size. You play as Aloy, and outcast from birth, and set out to discover the mysteries behind the machines, the people before you (the 'metal world'), and where you (Aloy) came from. Aloy is a charming, compassionate protagonist who was taught by her guardian from an early age the way to survive and fight. Most open world games these days follow a simple formula: Giant map, lots of unnecessary collectibles, structures that when scaled will reveal more of the map, outposts full of bad guys, and other hazards along the way. Horizon is similar but different. The map is huge, and full of resources to collect, but they are all important. Collecting of plants and other fauna for health and crafting supplies is necessary. There is an abundance of them and it's easy to collect and move on. There are 'structures' that when scaled will reveal more of the map, but these are very well done and I don't want to spoil anything. Each machine also contains valuable crafting materials, and taking them down is fun and refreshing thanks to a great combat system. There are several types of weapons: bow, spear, tripcaster (allows you to lay trip wires), and others. Each machine has a weakness and weakpoints that should be targeted in combat. In my opinion, it's best to approach stealthy, but if you are noticed, the stuff can hit the fan and it can get pretty frantic. You can locate machine enemy weak points by using your 'focus' a gadget from the 'metal world' that Aloy finds early on. Think of it as a high tech scanner that gives you important information on the fly. You are also able to craft ammo for your weapons, like arrows, on the fly during combat. Run into a machine that has a canister that will explode if exposed to fire? If you have the materials you can craft some (or switch if you already have some made) with ease. If you find yourself up close you can do a light or heavy attack with your spear. This can get clunky if you're not positioned carefully. Maybe I'm just spoiled by Nioh. Graphic wise, Horizon is hands down the best looking game I have ever seen. The world is GORGEOUS! I don't know how long my mouth was open in awe of it. Character models are great too. Facial animations can be derpy occasionally, but it doesn't hurt the experience. I don't like using too many cliches, but the game's visuals took my breath away. The last open world game I was truly in awe of was the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. With Horizon, I am constantly having 'stepping out of the sewers for the first time' (Oblivion reference) moments of awe. The game is doing a tremendous job of making me care about Aloy and I want to learn more about her and the world. I took a break from Nioh to play Horizon, and ended up playing 6 hours straight, it's that good.

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

    A killer exclusive for Sony once again

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    Believe the hype: HZD is a strong contender for Game of the Year. Insanely detailed and lush environments, great controls, solid voice acting/animations and really fun gameplay. Somehow, Guerilla Games found out that hunting robot dinosaurs pretty much doesn't get old. I am not particularly a fan of open world games since they tend to lack cohesive central narrative and lots of really grindy sidequests but HZD tackled both of those problems easily. First, the main story is actually good and interesting. It takes a lot of standard sci-fi tropes and gives them a good polish and enough unique spin to suck you in. I found myself caring about the central story and Aloy. Secondly, the sidequests are very much optional and the fetch quests have enough of interesting story that you can easily get sucked in. The collectibles quest are mixed up enough to let you go from one type to another without getting bored. And you you can easily tackle them in whatever order you want: a friend of mine wanted to see the whole map so he went straight for the Tallnecks asap (the infinitely improved Ubisoft towers lol) whereas I got caught up in all the Hunting Ground trials and getting Gold marks for fastest times, which gave me tons of xp, money and weapon unlocks. GG has smartly structured it in the way that nothing ever feels likes a chore and the way you want to tackle the game really feels natural and intuitive. That made me like this game so much more compared to all the other open world games out there. Weapon variety is good enough to where you can play the game how you want. I went stealth and using slingshot bombs after picking apart robots piece by piece for their goods with bow. My friend went tying down with the Ropecaster and arrowing down mobs with the bow. Or you can go straight stealth with melee Silent Strikes or well placed arrow shots with the slower bow. There is no issue with ammo since crafting can be done on the fly, WITHOUT GOING TO A MENU THANKFULLY, and you will have no lack of resources due to the item economy and plethora of materials lying around. The only complaint I could even leverage is that even on hard mode, it was a little easy and the super armor really truly breaks the game and makes it easy to complete. Not sure how very hard plays but I would 100% recommend starting on hard mode, even for beginners. I sunk 66 hours into this game and loved every minute; very happy to have the Platinum for this and got a free theme from Sony even for it. The fighting and story are top notch, it has a lot of replayability because the world is just engrossing and fun to just run around in and take pictures and FIGHT DINOSAUR ROBOTS. Absolutely can't wait for the sequel/planned DLC and this is one of the best console exclusives around for sure. If you have a PS4, this is a must own in my opinion.

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

    A must play exclusive.

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    This game is just fantastic. After 50 hours of in-game play-time, I have managed to platinum the game and get to about a 95% completion rate. I spent a lot of that time exploring the different areas as well as completing any side missions that were available. I believe I was around level 40 before I even started to do the main story missions. The main story line is great and plays on different themes very well. The side missions also allow you to run into a bunch of different characters with their own personalities and beliefs which makes for an interesting time. That being said, the story, as a whole, felt somewhat short to me. Even though I did spend 50 hours in the game, I don't feel like I spent all that much time looking at the life of Aloy or the life of the ancients. The game itself is beautiful. As of now, I cannot think of any other open-world game that looks anywhere near as good as this game. The only types of games that compete with Horizon in this aspect tend to be more linear games or games with smaller worlds. The beauty is only accentuated by the fauna that populate it. While there are obvious real-life counterparts to most of these machines they still manage to take a life of their own and while they might look like something you've seen before, you definitely do not approach them in the same manner. On to the bad. First and foremost I think that while this game has a lot of beautiful aspects, it leaves a lot to be desired. I think that overall this game has a lot of things inside of it that could be improved on or be completely removed. The weapon and armor system makes no sense considering you can get fully upgraded armor withing 15-20 hours in the game. It gives the illusion of complexity but in reality it's pretty one-dimensional. It does not affect the game play too much, if at all, but it's still something to consider. The same goes for the skills you can learn throughout the game. Most of them are unnecessary, and I would even venture out to say that you could beat the game with maybe 4 or 5 skills just as easily as with all of them. Lastly, it feels like there's not much to do after you finish the game. I'm not complaining since I managed to get 50 hours out of the game, but I think there are things that can be added eventually to really extend this game's life-span and replay ability, but for the time being I will patiently wait for any expansions that are hopefully on their way. Overall, I think it's a must-buy for anyone with a PS4 and I think most people will enjoy it for different reasons.

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

    Fantastic Game, One of the best I've ever played.

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    I had few expectations, going in, and if I hadn't have been able to get it for $30 (Best Buy games rewards and some gift certificates), I probably would have balked at buying a game I knew so little about, as there are many games I know I want otherwise. However, I had the opportunity, and RE7 was out of stock (my first choice). It looked pretty, and sounded intriguing, so I thought, why not give it a shot. Visuals: The scenery in the game is beautiful, the variety, the detail, the animals and machines living in it. Fantastic. Story: So good, I couldn't stop delving into ruins and searching for anyone who could tell me more of the story. It's well thought out, and I loved the way they provided some of the details through individual viewpoints, through messages, letters and visuals all with personal touches, with personality. The story is not unique in the overall idea, post apocalyptic and the reason why, necessarily, but very unique in mode of action, as well as the resolution. I absolutely want more. Characters While struggling a little in the way of character development, not surprising considering the size of the cast of characters, there are very strong characters with apparent personalities. Many strong female characters, and a strong leading woman who isn't overly sexualized. I really appreciated that. As well as characters with very distinct ideologies. Evil, good, neutral, sociopath, self-interested, selfless, all represented very well amongst the cast. Gameplay: Excellent, I liked all of the various methods of action available. You could be careful, sneaking and lay traps, or aggressive, charge in and tear things apart. Also, it was good to have a game where sneaking was possible, but you were never forced to successfully sneak or face abject failure. I enjoyed playing a mixed style. I really loved the unique nature of the weapon options, bows, and slings and traps as your primary arsenal, as well as the occasional chance to get your hands on some truly destructive modern weapons. Overall: This game blew me away, I put 60 hours into my first run through, and I am very close to having everything, just a few records to collect and one more trophy to earn (besides the trophy for having all the other trophies). I will most certainly play through again and vary my strategies and see how things go. I would gladly have paid full price for it.

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

    Quickly became my favorite game of all time

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    Horizon's unique meshing of wilderness and high technology continuously left me mesmerized. In addition, the photo mode, with which I spent many hours, allowed me to appreciate this game's unique aesthetic even more. The true origins of the world that you explore, and the true origins of the protagonist, Aloy, are some of the most fascinating science fiction plot points I've ever seen. The revelations you come across somehow make the stakes of your adventure seem impossibly high, yet immensely personal, and it was a balance I was delighted to see they struck. Horizon has dozens of ways to tackle any combat scenario, but it's combat variety doesn't just exist, its required. Taking down each machine in the game required me to switch up my strategies regularly, and to prepare for combat well in advance. But most importantly, the characters in this game spoke to me most. Aloy is one of my favorite characters I've met in any video game, and I felt just as invested in her journey as she did herself. Plus, her ferocious spirit, compassionate heart, and ability to take the higher ground when she is dealt a bad hand allowed me to love her even more. I even found myself rooting for the side characters, of which there are many waifus & husbandos. Seeing them grow and develop during Aloy's journey warmed my heart. In addition, this game was able to deliver a varied, gorgeous, gripping, and huge scaled experience in just under 50 hours, and I appreciate the respect of my time now that I split my time between work and school so often. And the climax of Aloy's emotional journey that takes place at the very end of the game was so touching, I teared up. So, yea, it's my favorite game of all time. Please play this game.

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

    I don't play games but...

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    this game is a masterpiece from the voice actors, the cinematics, the production value, camera, the story, its message and theme, ease of controls which is a dealbreaker, in-game character choices, 4k nature scences and attention to detail. My friend bought this first, invited me to play it, feel in love with the cinematic and nature scene and I was hooked for 3 days until I bought my own game system (my first since 2001 computer emulators think pokemon yellow and digimon), 4k tv TCL55P605 and fiberglass tv stand just so I can play this at home. I finally had time this week to complete the game, and all I can say is wow. The gameplay is open world, game controls are easy ( a must! i dont want to spend time learning how to climb a mountain with difficult controls, only to fall and restart from the beginning,. There are many saved locations in this game which is beginner friendly, and the game is very forgiving if you die and forgot to save but need to restart at the last mission. Lastly, the game is story-focused and is all about character development which is important to the player realism, not just senseless hack and stash. Also, I feel in love with the realistic nature scene, the themes of self-discovery and choosing to do good in our own world amid chaos everywhere. There's some in-game moral decision that you must decide during the plot. I havent played any games since StarCraft Brood War and Diablo II, so its nice to see this game and likes of Uncharted and The Last of Us have progressed the 4k story telling genre. You will love it.

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

    great game

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    In a world where anything under an M-rating is written off as childish and lame, I'm always very glad to find a quality game that rejects that idea and settles for a T-rating rather than tossing in a bunch of vulgarity and sensuality just to tip into the higher rating and appease that desensitized crowd. That said, Horizon is one of those games. It could have easily fallen into Hollywood's idea of what's "cool" now -- immature language, rampant inappropriate scenes, and other offensive material -- but it doesn't. It's definitely a dark game (a lot of death. a LOT.) and isn't for smaller kids (some language, blood, and other insinuations), but as an adult who's very picky about what she allows into her home, I was very glad to find that the material in this game is very tame for my tastes. The plot doesn't suffer from it, either. Quite the contrary. I haven't finished it yet (keep getting distracted by sidequests), but the story is one mystery after another and an engaging experience that quickly has you attached to the protagonist and either loving or hating everyone she meets. The stellar voice cast does an amazing job as well. The gameplay is nothing terribly original, but it doesn't get stale quickly, either. There's a lot of customization involved that spills over into both your fighting style and general gameplay. Want to handle this mission with stealth? Buy an outfit that decreases your visibility. Prefer to just go in and slaughter everyone? Craft a lot of ammo and put on some armor. Unlike some games, this customization system isn't overwhelming and has a small learning curve. As I said, I haven't finished the game yet, but I can tell it's going to last me a while. The game's world is ENORMOUS, with tons of side missions and objectives to keep you busy outside of the main quest. I highly recommend giving this a try if you're into open-world games.

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

    Mankind's Last Hope

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    Horizon: Zero Dawn is developer Guerilla Games' first departure from the Killzone series for which they are known, and to play Horizon, you would never guess that. In Horizon, Guerilla goes from gritty, sci-fi first-person shooter to open world RPG, and it feels like they've finally found their niche. Don't get me wrong, I loved Killzone 2 and 3 (though admittedly never finished Shadowfall), but Horizon: Zero Dawn is easily the best thing the studio has ever done. In the game, humanity has all but been destroyed. In a sort of nod to The Terminator and The Last Of Us, after a technological apocalypse, mankind has returned to living in tribes and using the resources of the land. Nature has retaken areas that once saw highways and skyscrapers and hostile machines roam the land. You play as Aloy, a young woman played by Ashly Burch (Tiny Tina in Borderlands 2, Chloe in Life Is Strange) cast out of the tribes for not knowing her mother. Desperate for acceptance, she trains to win "The Proving" a contest whose victory poses one of the only opportunities for an outcast to become part of the tribe. But things take a turn and she realizes that greater things are at play. Aloy's journey is a relatable one full of great writing, dialogue, and voice acting. The world is well realized and, as with any Guerilla game, a beautiful sight to behold. The gameplay is tight and responsive and you should find yourself quickly leveling up as it's easy to get lost in hunting the variety of machines you find out in the world. The last game I played with this level of quality was Red Dead Redemption. It took me roughly 70 hours to get the Platinum on this game. If you're looking for a great holdover till the next big open world game comes out (RDR2, I'm looking at you), get Horizon: Zero Dawn. You won't regret it. All-mother be praised.

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

    A Near-Perfect Dystopia

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    One thing that Horizon has going against it is that it's an adventure title that feels very similar to the latest Zelda title, Breath of the Wild. Since I played that game, Horizon felt like more of the same, though both of the games have their perks. For one, I love the RPG elements of Horizon. The skill tree keeps things fresh as you're moving along through the game. The combat is tight as well, with enemies having multiple weak points that you can target for an advantage. And of course it's beautiful in all forms of its presentation (though it's music is a bit forgettable—though in an ambient world like this metal post-apocalypse, perhaps it's also forgivable). Horizon does suffer from a few things, but nothing I'd consider docking serious points for. You feel a little too locked down here and there through the game. Movement is fluid when you're on the same plane, but sometimes, moving up and down gets a bit annoying. About thirty hours in, the game starts to feel a bit redundant as well. While combat is refreshing, and there are a handful of enemies more than you get in that other 2017 adventure game, it still grows stale as you push through the game. To top it off, some fights against certain enemies or groups end up feeling really cheap. No matter what skills you've dumped points into, or how well you play, certain things just don't play out well for you. All in all, though, Horizon is a game that I'm happy to have spent a lot of time in. The world is gorgeous and fully realized, I love sneaking up on my enemies and shooting an arrow through an important component that causes them to explode, and Aloy's story is powerful enough to want to see it through to end. I would certainly recommend it.

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

    2017 is great year for open world games

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    Zelda: Breath of the Wild was my first big open world game this year, and given my love for that game and immense admiration for the ways in which it improved upon and subverted so many open-world tropes, I was sure that there would be no more room in my life for a fantasy open-world adventure game for a long time. Having played Horizon, I can confidently say that is not the case. I've enjoyed Guerrilla's work for some time now, and believe them to be the developers of some of the best looking games out there, especially since this latest generation. Say what you will about the story and gameplay of Killzone: Shadow Fall, that game began the PS4 cycle with a bang, and very few games since then have matched it in terms of graphical prowess. And Horizon is an improvement in every way. Technically, the graphics are noticeably improved, but far more impressive is the gorgeous art design, attention to detail, and obvious time and effort spent making every vista one that makes you just want to stop and stare for awhile. And hey, it's got a pretty good photo mode in there too. And all this is to say nothing of the other areas where this game shines. Gameplay is fun, engaging and, to an extent, fairly unique among its genre. The world that has been built is fascinating, intriguing, and always has something new to explore or find around the next corner. The characters (at least the central ones) are fleshed out and are successful agents to drive the story forward. All in all, if you have any interest in a game that is still very much an open world game (yes, there are towers you climb to open up your map), I can't recommend Horizon Enough. Do yourself a favor and at least give it a chance.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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