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Played a bit of Horizon and I think I'll disable most of the visual stuff on screen (already made it dinamic, but I have test it too littler after that.
There is too much info on screen, I want to explore it by myself, the trail following function I'll still use, but I want to look at a clean screen of that gorgeous world and get to know every corner by myself, like RDR.
Also, I can't wait to be able to tame those horse-like robots, running is not the best way to travel, I need a mount.
and yeah mounts help, but i like to run around, its super fun.
About the mounts, I'm rarely using them, mostly because I like to explore slowly so I won't miss much, and they let you way to easy to detect for the other bots, I'll mostly only use them to go back to places I already went to.
The sidequests have been the only week part of the game up until now, just trivial stuff, but I'm still fairly early in the game, and the last sidequest I found I actually liked it.
I'm spending A DAMN LOT of time going everywhere, trying to climb everything, to look at everything, reading everything I find, so I'm going really slow with the progression of the game.
I'm liking the game overall pretty much about the same as I did Red Dead Redemption, somethings better (combat, world, items) something less (overall story and quests, but as I'm still fairly early, it might change, as the lore in Horizon is miles better),
Even so, I'm still not feeling it as a 10/10, as I did for RDR back then, the story really weights on me, but until I beat it I can't know for sure, there was still no major twists were I am, so there is that xD
yeah that mission is also my favorite side mission too. i still have some more to do though so we will see how it fairs. some side missions are pretty good, some others are ok.
the combat and machines however are the star of the show. its just extremely fun to run into a new type of machine, and go head to head with it. exploring the world due to that is fun. of course there are other reason why exploring is fun, but that alone makes it really awesome.
combat is so fucking satisfying. its just amazing. gameplay is the best i played in an open world game.
I'm really liking it as it is, I think it's also around a 9.5 by now, for me.
Anyway, it's still not better than Nioh, and I dunno if it'll be able to be, honestly, the GOTG shall remains at Nioh's hands.
I almost bought The Witcher 3 yesterday!
... but then a superior game appreared and I grabbed it, instead.
I paid on it almost 3x what I would have paid for TW3... completely worth it.
So, Horizon > The Witcher 3?
but overall i am loving the game, its gameplay is utterly fantastic and its very tactical yet fast paced. as i told you before launch the game isnt as refined as it could be, but that doesnt mean the game isnt great.
i am 21:45 hours in and i still have A LOT to do left, and i am just loving it. easily going to be a contender of GOTY even though this year is stuffed with amazing games i want.
i will say, i love how its important to hit enemies on their week spots, and that hits arent the same on each area. it makes things more tactical and hard, yet more rewarding.
and fighting flying enemies in this is outstanding
Did you get it? Need some info like max players in a match, how many modes, is there a single player campaign and is it fun :P
1v1 (no power ups or perks. no respawns, 5 rounds)
2v2 (no power ups or perks. no respawns 5 rounds)
4 v4 dominion (capture points, basically domination. no power ups, but yes for perks and respawning)
4v4 elimination ( no respawns. you are set up against 1 if you kill him go try find the rest of your team. some run away to try gang up on others. its a fun mode, more so than you would imagine) 5 rounds, which team wins 3 first wins
4v4 skirmish (the weakest of all modes IMO. its just a regular team death match, but its basically too hectic,
12 Hero's/characters. 4 from each faction
its really really fun. it has a very steep learning curve which i find great. while 5 modes might seem low, they actually provide very different experiences, the gameplay is very tactical so when the objective is different how you approach the game can change quite a lot.
havent touched the story mode yet honestly. i am leaving it till after Horizon,
around 10 maps i think, but whats awesome is that they have weather effects and day night options, so sometimes they look really different and feel really different. graphics are top notch btw.
map lay outs are also fun, they did a great job with level design, each level is actually different than the other, which offers more dynamic gameplay tbh
would recommend, but it can be frustrating at times due to how some people play (spam the same attack, and if you dont know how to block it yet it could be frustrating) but overall it relies heavily on skill
ohh and i should note, ubisoft is being ubisoft with the servers. sometimes they are good, sometimes they arent.
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shikamaru317 said: They'd better be upping their investment in 1st party behind the scenes. They've been getting showed up all gen. Sony and Nintendo have twice as many 1st party teams (or more) than MS has. However, I will believe it only when I see it. he has been saying this all gen yet their first party efforts keep dwindling. ill honestly believe it when i see it. ...