Horizon Zero Dawn Review
Until they delivered Horizon Zero Dawn, gamers used to associated Guerilla Games with Killzone, a series that was both liked and underappreciated. Just when everybody thought this developer is uninterested in making anything else but a single franchise, Guerilla Games have delivered Horizon Zero Dawn. Arguably, this is one of the best-looking games on PS4, while at the same time being fun and interesting to play!
Most gamers won’t need the tutorial for Horizon Zero Dawn, because everything plays similar to how it’s played in other games they’ve already played. The fact that Horizon Zero Dawn borrows a lot from other games doesn’t make it boring at all. The reason is simple: both the world and the enemies are incredibly developed. So, although I’ve mentioned how visually stunning this game is, it doesn’t mean the story isn’t just as interesting. And, talking about the visuals, I’m surprised how Horizon Zero Dawn manages to remain consistently amazing through every frame.
Aloy, our heroine, is a young huntress seeking to find out more about her past. Based in the northern regions of the world, Aloy is surrounded by people who have retreated into violence, blind faith and tribalism. Not only will Aloy discover more about here past, but she will also find out more about the the past of human civilization. Of course, everything’s happening in post-post-apocalypse.
Despite some minor (and other more irritating) flaws Horizon Zero Dawn is really an amazing game. Perhaps I’m too excited about it because I really didn’t expect it to be excellent, but I’m sure that this is one of those games that make open worlds feel fun and enjoyable again.
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