Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition
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Sony's first experiment on the PC is just that, with a disappointingly glitchy port of one of the PlayStation 4's most technically advanced exclusives.
Horizon Zero Dawn is a 2017 Game of the Year contender that is still well worth playing in 2020.
Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition brings Guerrilla Games' fantastic sci-fi adventure to a whole new audience, but PC players used to ultra-high frame rates will have to accept a step down in performance as they enjoy Aloy's journey.
The post-apocalyptic Guerrilla game may reach a new group of users who have missed Aloy's adventures in their day. One of the best games of the generation, even better than in its original release.
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Horizon Zero Dawn is that rare gem of a game: it's the one you make an exception for, it's the one you just have to keep going back to, no matter how much you've seen of it before, and now, we have the ultimate version of the game on PC.
The PC platform allows Horizon Zero Dawn to be the best game it can be.
Not the most innovative game in the world by any means, but one of the best adventures you can go on inside a telly, and one of the most beautiful, too – especially now that telly is a PC.
An already gorgeous game in its own right, Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition celebrates this amazing title on PC with a host of improvements. Catch up on an amazing adventure and get ready for Horizon Forbidden West next year.
It's got a few bugs to it right now, but this port of Horizon Zero Dawn gives PC players to enjoy this epic game exactly the way they want to which. Doen't get much better than that.
The PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn is still a fun game to play...so long as you aren't expecting a graphical powerhouse. The PC port suffers from framerate and graphics issues, crashes, and just an overall feeling of what could have been. I'm not mad, Guerrilla Studios, I'm disappointed.