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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    One of the most beautiful PS4 games

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    If you have a UHD 4k TV and a PS4 Pro, you owe to yourself to see Horizon Zero Dawn on it. The graphics in this game are breathtaking on it (and still are even on a regular PS4). Equally nice is that the game performs well at a steady 30 fps. Gameplay wise, Horizon is an enjoyable open world game that can take about 50 hours to complete if you do all the side quests and collect all the collectibles. The various machines you fight require different strategies, which make combat enjoyable along with the different weapons you have at your disposal other than your bow and regular arrows. Killing a machine by using its own weapon against it is very gratifying. There's a good amount of stealth in the game, but it's never forced upon you. Horizon thankfully isn't the type of game where if you fail to be stealthy the game automatically ends. Human A.I. does show its stupidity a little bit when you use dead bodies or an animal call to lure them over to tall grass for easy stealth kills. Horizon's story and characters are interesting enough without getting into spoilers about the world with why it is inhabited by animal-like machines and why technology has retrogressed so much. Throughout the game, your playable character Aloy has dialogue wheels similar to Mass Effect. Dialogue choices generally don't change the game too much, but it's a nice touch. Completing side quests can however affect the main story quests as sometimes there will be dialogue references to them if you complete them. Moreover, characters you help on side quests might help you later on, which is something to keep in mind.

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

    Excellent exclusive for PlayStation 4 owners.

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    This game is incredible. The best way I can describe it is if you took Furiosa from Mad Max Fury Road, put her in FarCry Primal in the modern age and let SkyNet take over. It's not too terribly different from FarCry Primal, except that this game doesn't try to be like those games. Sure there's harvesting stuff for crafting and trading but it does play second fiddle to the overall game. It has it's quirks here and there at times with some cheesy dialogue and the occasional synching with the person speaking, but really unless you're paying really close attention it won't matter. Gameplay is fantastic, it's a real blast trying to take down some of the enemies in the game, like Thunderjaw's, think Mecha T-Rex with cannon's and laser beams lol. The tougher fights, well the certainly feel rewarding after it's all said and done. There is ton's to do, lot's and lot's of side quests as well. It does fall into the typical fetch quests we're all used to with open world games, but with so much to do you really don't get bothered by it much. I have still yet to beat the game because I approached and played much how I did Fallout 4, which I mainly just wandered around and stumbled into stuff. It's fairly good sized world and takes time to run or ride a mount from place to place. There is a fast travel system as well, but I wouldn't recommend it because you really lose out, especially when you need to craft something and need materials, and you get excess by just going it on foot or mount. There's plenty of nooks and crannies about to get lost in. Overall I enjoy the game a lot and don't regret picking it up at all. It is truly at this point contender for some GOTY awards and rightly so. Guerilla hit it out the park with this game.

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

    Masterpiece

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    One of the defining games of PS4. It's a little slow to start, but once you're 5 or so hours into it, it really picks up.

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

    Awesome Open World Game

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    This is a very high quality game. The graphics are amazing, the enemy design is unique and interesting, and the ranged combat is really good. You can tell a lot of care went into making this game. The story is interesting, but a little boring in some parts. The main character is usually alone, and the side characters are not very interesting. The interesting part of the overarching story is the mystery about what happened to earth and the story of the world, but the actual inter tribal plot seems less important. The amazing part of this game is the exploration and combat. The world is very big and easy to get lost in. I find it almost impossible to go from point A to B without stopping to hunt some machines or investigate something. The side quests help you explore the world and discover new weapons and machines, but you can find it all on yourself. Combat is mainly using different ranged weapons and traps to target the weak points of machines in order to take them down. Stealth is important in this game, especially if you are low on supplies or under leveled. This game does a really good job of making you feel the danger in the world. At any time you could potentially be overwhelmed by machines if you are not careful. I definitely recommend this game if you like open world exploration game, or want a game with unique enemies and fun combat.

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

    Solid game to have

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    Definitely a great game to play has many hours of gameplay also lots of rich vivid detail and history to learn from so I would say this is a solid title!

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

    Great game

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    I was very happy with this game. It's a huge open world game with a large map and tons of content. If you like large games that you can sink hours upon hours into and feel like you've only scratched the surface, then this is a game for you. You can spend hours running around just doing your own thing and exploring the interesting world or you can be very goal driven and stick strictly to the missions. Either way there is a ton to do. Side note, there are striking similarities in the game play, load outs, outfits, leveling up, foraging, fighting, crafting, ect... between this and the new tomb raider games. So if you like them, then you will like this, and vice versa. I believe tomb raider came first so it's basically like they took the core elements of tomb raider, made a few little tweaks slapped on some new graphics and story line and made a new game... I love both games though. At there core they are identical but over all, they're definitely two different games. Hope this helps?

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

    Great game!

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    It's safe to say Horizon Zero Dawn is an amazing game. First, it's an entirely new take on the seemingly overdone "apocalyptic future" scenario. It starts off very familiar in that vein but quickly becomes something more. You play as the standard human in a world gone wrong where people no longer utilize technology and have to hunt and gather via bow and arrow. And yet technology is constantly in your face as the predators you have to hunt or avoid are beautifully rendered machines and the ruins of a world that look very much like our own are scattered everywhere. The main character is a young, willful girl that fits my ideal vision of "strong, female protagonist" in almost every way. She's strong but vulnerable at times, intelligent, curious, and witty. Other studios should take notes and emulate. The story is well-crafted and manages to take many unexpected twists and turns as you attempt to discover what happened to the world and who you are. There are the standard discovery quests that flesh out some of this, but you also get more via recordings and discoveries from the world before. And even the "standard" quests often have an element of surprise or just a "wow that was amazing" feel to them. Most parts involve combat of some sort, another system that was very well done, but there's also plenty of discovery. I won't comment on the combat further...I think that's worth figuring out and enjoying on your own.

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

    Simply amazing game

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    Horizon Zero Dawn is a must have for anyone with a PS4 in my opinion. The graphics, gameplay and story are awesome. The story at the start of the game is a little tough to follow as your character is an outcast compared to other "tribe" people. Also, the setting is set in the future where you avoid being hunted by machine like animals yet you are armed with a bow or spear. The story starts to unfold a bit a few hours in and then you embark on a rather expansive journey that takes your character through many memorable experiences. The graphics are superb for the console and the gameplay is both fast and yet also adds the ability to be stealthy at times to avoid being pinned by large hordes of machines. I was able to pickup this game when it was $29 plus had the 20% off for being a gamers club unlocked member. Well worth the pickup!!

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

    A visual showcase with great gameplay

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    Note: Game played on a 500 GB Playstation 4 on a 1080p display. 4K display owners with a PS4 Pro system have options for better visuals and performance, including HDR. Visual and Audio: Some of the best lighting, if not the best, I've seen in a console title. World is well detailed, with some low textures appearing once in a while. Pop-in is infrequent at worst, as the world seems to load rather well. Character models and animation are great, though a number of the minor NPC animations are a bit stiff and conversations seem to always take place just standing and gesturing in place rather than interacting with the environment nearby. Music is good and the chirps and operating machinery of the dinosaurs is on point. Performance: Runs rather smooth at around 30fps, and seems to hold even with a lot of action and models on screen at once. Gameplay: World is easy to navigate despite its size, and seems to have been designed to pull you to interesting places. Combat is fun and can be challenging against the variety of machines. There's a lot of options available in how to tackle situations. Two minor issues with combat are that the human enemy A.I. is terrible compared to the machines and that the rolling dodge mechanic (like in The Witcher 2 and 3) can be a bit boring and doesn't cooperate with the camera as well as I would have liked. Story and quests are solid, with main character Alloy being quite likable. Verdict: Buy. If you're considering getting a PS4, this is worth the plunge (with other games of course).

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

    Sony has a new hit on their hands

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    Horizon is one of those games I can't see many people not enjoying. If you like video games, I doubt you won't find something in Horizon to enjoy. Aloy, Horizon's leading lady is an excellent character. She's likable, and very believable.. her journey kept me engaged from beginning to end. The world, and the reason for the world being in it's current state is a very entertaining story, surprisingly so... in fact I would love to see Horizon's story adapted to film one day. But enough about the story and character, lets get to why we play video games, and that's the gameplay... and i'm happy to report it's just as good as Horizon's story. The combat has plenty of options, you can play the game mostly stealth, or decide to just tackle Horizon's creatures and enemies head on... or do a little both... you can just focus on shooting, or mix a little melee in there with your bow.. Everything here is very satisfying to use, and traps you can set for enemies is very intuitive to use. The XP Aloy gains is dished out at a nice pace, you seem to be always leveling, which constantly gives you a feeling of progress throughout Aloy's adventure. I have almost nothing bad to say about Horizon... my only negative is the human A.I. can be very dumb at times, especially if you use stealth. However that doesn't hurt Horizon, it's an issue, but in the grand scheme of things a small negative in an otherwise excellent game. Horizon is one of the PS4's very best games, buy it ASAP, you won't be sorry.

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

    PS4 Killer App

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    From the moment you start playing Horizon Zero Dawn, a few things become abundantly clear: 1, the controls and way Aloy handles feel very familiar to fans of the genre, in a good way... much easier to get a handle on than say, the Witcher III. 2, the combat system is simple to understand but difficult to master. 3, you'll find yourself stopping to say "wow" in many areas... the graphics and art direction in this game are phenomenal. 4, Despite the familiar feel, the new characters and incredibly unique environment, story and creatures will make you want to discover everything this game has to offer. This is my favorite game of 2017 so far, hands down. The combat is very tense, and the animal like machines are diverse and interesting in the variety of ways they move and attack. It feels like you could attack a herd in 10 different ways using the variety of ranged weapons, traps and melee attacks at your disposal. There is a clear advantage to being stealthy, but Aloy is plenty capable with machines charging her head on as well. Some of the larger battles against larger machines will definitely get your heart rate up. The story is pretty interesting and the side quests are somewhat varied. Excellent music and decent voiceovers. You definitely feel like you want to learn the entire story more-so than a lot of open world games. All I have to conclude is that if you own a PS4 and are looking for an adventure to lose yourself in, this game is a must-own.

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

    Excellent!

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    gotta love it!... pretty good game! i am looking forward to see the part 2.

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

    Simply Amazing!!

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    This is perhaps one the best games created in the last five years. The graphical realism is second to none, and the interaction between player and character are spot on. In other words, you move --- for the most part --- as you would in real life, and the experience on a mount --- which is technically a machine --- is more realistic than other venues offering mounts that emulate horses and other beasts. I have successfully completed the entire game at EVERY LEVEL, including Ultra-Hard, and still enjoy the challenge. If only this terrific story and concept could be expanded into a multi-player wonderland. It would be a sensation! That said, this game WINS in the ORIGINALITY category --- hands down, and unlike many games that "appear" to be outstanding (like God of War), this one surpasses ALL expectations. Horizon Zero Dawn makes most others games look bad..

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

    A New Playstation All-Star!

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    Owned for 1 year when reviewed.

    If you are into third-person open world games that aren't super overwhelming this is the game for you. The combat is satisfying with an easy-to-learn crafting system that lets you make your own gear from the monsters you slay. The story is very good and I am anticipating a sequel. The level of polish in the world and creature/character design is a major feat to the wonderful developers at Guerilla Games, in which this is their first major departure from their other series Killzone. If you have a PS4 and are looking for a nice adventure this is the game for you.

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

    Amazing and exclusive Ps4 game

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    This is a great, massive open-world game with lots of missions and sub-missions to keep you preoccupied with fun and excitement for weeks, even if you are a teenager with no real responsibilities! Seriously! But don't be fooled; even at average-difficulty gameplay setting, this game is challenging... You can't just walk into the vast land thinking you can shoot your way to victory! You have to work for it. In order to be able to destroy the more powerful machines, you need to keep upgrading your bows and arrows with purple-colored weapons being the most powerful (green, blue, purple). In order to upgrade to more powerful weapons, you'd need to gather more metal shards, which means you'll need to perform more side-missions and kill more grazers, striders, broadheads, lancehorns, and scrappers, just to name a few. Also, don't forget to upgrade your skills; as you gain more XPs you'll score more skill-points, which in turn will allow you to upgrade your skills from the Skills submenu. The more skills you have, the easier it'll become to get out of tight situations. For example, with the Silent Kill (R1) you can dispatch a machine without firing a shot (R1 does not work on all machines...). If you are a fan of Far Cry 3 & 4, you'll enjoy this one...

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

    cool plot & fun to play, despite shortcomings

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    As a fan of story-driven adventure's with RPG elements, Horizon Zero Dawn is satisfying. I'm only about 15% into the game, but I'm definitely enjoying it so far. -- THE GOOD • The story is interesting enough to make me want to pursue the main quests, and the different methods of uncovering pieces of the story (dialogue, visuals, text, etc.) are varied enough that I feel compelled to explore everywhere to figure out what happened. • The visuals of this game are incredible--even the world map is so utterly gorgeous that I want to hang it on my wall. The character renderings are beautiful (and sometimes odd), but it's the natural scenery that takes the cake visually. The lighting, the flora and fauna, the use of landscape features, and the weather elements create a distinct sense of place and atmosphere that I find pretty immersive. • The dialogue has been compelling, and I've appreciated both watching Aloy respond to characters on her own, and choosing Aloy's responses myself--the element of choice and lack thereof feels balanced. Aloy both feels like her own person, and a person I am involved in, and I appreciate it--watching Aloy make her own decisions influences how I play her and the dialogue options I choose because I am able to get a good idea of what I *think* Aloy might do in any given situation, not just what I--Player--would do. In addition, I appreciate the dialogue options that develop Aloy's character as an interesting tool for the plot (you're sometimes prompted to choose an Aggressive, Clever, or Compassionate response to a situation). • The combat is exciting, fun, and satisfying. There's a large focus on ranged combat, so far, which is refreshing to what I expected, but I've found that the melee combat is still effective and fun, when you use it. The game wants players to learn about the machines and their weaknesses, but I've found so far that I don't really need to--I can get a high vantage point and just shoot an enemy until it dies (since ammo crafting components are EVERYWHERE), or I can use my (relatively overpowered?) spear to take down my enemies quickly. Combine this with stealth-kill perks that you can obtain pretty quickly and an abundance of healing materials, and I haven't died once yet. Regardless, the combat is still fun, even if I haven't found it challenging yet. (There's also different difficulty modes, so I think this can also be changed if you prefer a real challenge.) THE NOT SO GOOD • The controls are occasionally frustrating, and I think could have stood for some improvement (touchy, puzzling at time as to why you can do something but not another thing, un-precise in ways I expected them to be precise), but so far they have not detracted much from my overall experience and enjoyment of the game. The most frustrating, by far, is the jumping/climbing mechanic. There is so much in the world that looks climbable and would be LITERALLY climbable in reality, but Aloy is inexplicably unable to climb or traverse these areas. This has been extremely disappointing to me because it makes the world feel less open and more like these structures are just furniture, meant to add visual appeal to the landscape but ultimately meant to be passed by as the roads funnel me to my next quest marker. If there were more opportunities for creative climbing, I think the world would feel more truly open and that players would more greatly enjoy exploring a visually beautiful area that may not have much to offer in the ways of loot, enemies, or story-details. • So far, the world feels a little sparse. There are ruins of the old world everywhere, but I've found them generally lacking in things to discover, do, or explore when they're not marked as a specific ruin that you'll need to go to. Since I'm only in the beginning, this might change, but I've found it disappointing. -- Overall, I am a fairly forgiving player. I am willing to overlook the shortcomings I've found in the game's mechanics and such because I am interested in finding out more about the world, the story, and the characters. I'm interested to see where it goes!

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

    Looking forward to DLC or a sequel!

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    Horizon Zero Dawn is a post apocalypse game that went a different direction than most post apocalypse games. Instead of going the zombie or nuclear war route the game went for the machines became too advanced and took over route similar to Terminator or the Matrix. As Aloy its up to you to find out why the old ones as their called are gone and why the machines are in control all the while battling machines that have taken on the appearance of various animals, fighting bandits, and fighting a group of fanatics that unearth highly militarized machines from the time of the old ones that were responsible for bringing humanity to the brink of extinction. The world of Horizon Zero Dawn is a joy to traverse with a variety of biomes from forests, jungles, deserts, and snow covered valleys. The voice acting is great and the character models look great as well. The combat is fun and sometimes frantic when taking on a pack of machines and you have a variety of weapons that often have multiple ammo types to help you tackle all the challenges the game throws at you. The story is compelling and made me want to play and find out more, there's definitely more story possibilities to explore by the end of the game in a possible DLC or sequel and I personally hope more games or DLC for Horizon come out sooner rather than later.

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

    Great, Open World Game

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    I picked this game up, and due to many pre-release reviews was a little concerned. The pre-release reviews all gave the game high scores, but also talked about how much of a feminist icon Aloy may be considered in the future, and how the game was a huge win for feminists. On the flip side I saw some negative reviews that indicated that every male character in the game was written horribly, and this game was a "feminist hit piece." I saw none of that. Aloy is a strongly written character, but there is nothing "feminist" about her. Likewise, there were strongly written male characters in the game. There was no political agenda present in the game at all! The graphics are amazing, the gameplay is top notch, and the controls are tight. Most of all though, the story was extremely well written. The game was long enough to make me realize that I spent my money well, and there was a ton of extra content and side quests to spend even more time on the game if I wished without feeling like it was meaningless. If possible, play the game on a Playstation 4 Pro, because this title is an absolute graphical marvel to behold in 4k. Highly recommended!

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

    PS4 Essential

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    This game is a great story and adventure. Highly recommend for anyone looking for an amazing gaming experience.

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

    Horizon Zero Dawn

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    Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.

    Horizon was one of the first games that truly showed the power of the PS4. Gameplay is great and so is the story.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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