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- Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 5.6 x 6.8 inches ; 113 g
- Release Date: February 28, 2017
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
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Sony Horizon Zero Dawn PlayStation 4
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- Take on the role of skilled hunter Aloy as you explore a lush world inhabited by mysterious mechanized creatures in an exhilarating new Action/RPG exclusively for the PlayStation4 System
- In order to overcome a much larger and technologically superior enemy, Aloy must use every ounce of her knowledge, intelligence, and agility to survive each encounter.
- Nature and Machines Collide - Horizon Zero Dawn juxtaposes two contrasting elements, taking a vibrant world rich with beautiful nature and filling it with awe-inspiring highly advanced technology
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Take on the role of skilled hunter Aloy as you explore a lush world inhabited by mysterious mechanized creatures in an exhilarating new Action/RPG exclusively for the PlayStation4 System.A Lush Post-Apocalyptic World - How have machines dominated this world, and what is their purpose? What happened to the civilization here before? Scour every corner of a realm filled with ancient relics and mysterious buildings in order to uncover your past and unearth the many secrets of a forgotten land.Nature and Machines Collide - Horizon Zero Dawn juxtaposes two contrasting elements, taking a vibrant world rich with beautiful nature and filling it with awe-inspiring highly advanced technology. This marriage creates a dynamic combination for both exploration and gameplay.Defy Overwhelming Odds - The foundation of combat in Horizon Zero Dawn is built upon the speed and cunning of Aloy versus the raw strength and size of the machines. In order to overcome a much larger and technologically superior enemy, Aloy must use every ounce of her knowledge, intelligence, and agility to survive each encounter.Cutting Edge Open World Tech - Stunningly detailed forests, imposing mountains, and atmospheric ruins of a bygone civilization meld together in a landscape that is alive with changing weather systems and a full day/night cycle.
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Apparently there can be no bad women. This is not realistic in any way. I played for about 30 hours, so if they introduce evil women at any point, it must come after that.
An evil (or incompetent?) man led an evil corporation to make evil robots that destroyed the world. Luckily there was a brilliant, brave woman who was smarter and better than him to come in and clean up his mess. The story could have been dreamed up by any sophomore gender studies college student (and probably was). How come corporations are always the evil entities in games like this - how about leftist dictators that have killed tens of millions of people and destroyed the lives of hundreds of millions more like Stalin, Mao, Lenin, Pol Pot, etc?
That's the overarching context of the story. The gameplay itself is not that fun. Waaaay too much senseless crafting. No good NUXs. The thing about fighting machines with different weakpoints by using different weapons is novel, but actually super tedious and annoying in the middle of battle.
"Oh, which machine is this? What are its weakpoints? Let me pause and open up the notebook to study it once again. What the hell is it called - a strongmaw??? Ok. Oh I need such-and-such arrow types and such-and-such traps. Ok now I'm unpaused. Crap I have to spend 5 minutes hitting d-pad left to find the right trap to set, spin up my weapon wheel thingy via R1 to get the right arrow types, make sure i actually hit the right component with the right arrow type because it has different components that need different arrows and which was which?? I better use my focus to distinguish this (or re-pause to read about it again), etc. Oh there are 5 of this machine and 5 other types of machines? What are their weaknesses again?? Oh crap they're about to kill me, let me d-pad left away from the proper traps over to the right potions to heal or protect me before I die."
Rinse and repeat. Story sucks, is basic leftist garbage and way too complicated at the same time, and anything fun in the gameplay is not fun the 100th time you do it.
Yep, that's right boys and girls, because the best way to take out a giant, malevolent, armored killing machine, is to...wait for it, hit it with a stick! Oh I know what you're saying, hey noob, you're actually supposed to shoot the titanium T-Rexs by using...wait for it again, your bow and arrow. Yes, because the only thing more effective than whacking a cobalt crocodile with a broomstick is going all Robin Hood on its aluminum ass. I wonder if there were any archers in WW2. That's what must've taken out all those damn Panzers. Where's my rocket launcher Guerrilla Games, it's in your name you know, guerrilla warfare. How about a laser thing? When The Last of Us gave Ellie the bow and arrow late in the game, it announced the passage of time, and introduced a whole new dramatic and gameplay element. With HZD, it's just lazy. And speaking of which, the game is basically The Witcher 3, without the immersive world, interesting sidequests, memorable characters, or engaging gameplay.
I was a real fan of Killzone 2 and especially 3, there the gameplay was king. Here, they try to do much. In trying to be an open world, action rpg epic killer app for the PS4, the game succeeds only intermittently. As a tech demo, it is peerless, and a sign that developers have only scratched the surface of what this gen is capable of. As a living, breathing, believable world, I am not so sure. Grossly overrated at launch, I don't think future retrospectives will be as glowing. Here's hoping HZD2 will be the real deal.