Yes, I read that wrong, the universal I don't think are UHD, I though he meant the UHD version of SING. There was about 10 to choose from I chose an old Christopher Reeves, "Somewhere in Time" There were some new ones with Clooney, but I don't remember all the choices, but hey free is ok by me.
sweet time to trade Horizon Zero Dawn, played every single night since launch day, can't tell you the last time I did that with any game. Beat all side missions, etc. Hope DLC will be more story lines.
Huh? This is all my Playstation friends are talking about right now. "Hey man, you gotta get HZD." Same with all my Nintendo friends bout Breath of the Wild. "Dude, you gotta get BotW." Besides, with the limited install base on Wii U and Switch, Horizon Zero Dawn is going to sell more than BotW. Check out the UK charts this past week. HZD is 1st, BotW 2nd.
This past week having had some good items on sale(not as deep of a discount for me to bite yet), I am lowering my expectations. My only wish is for a discount on AssCreed Syndicate's Jack the Ripper dlc *fingers crossed*
Already posted once on HZD, but I agree with most, it is a great game, one of the best I have played in a while. It reminds me of a futuristic Rise of the Tomb Raider but more in depth story larger playground and many more side missions. The thing that hooked me wasn't the open world, or the story but finally a game that is different in its gameplay. Too many games are becoming carbon copies with just a different storyline. This game lives up to the hype!
Really kicking around the idea of buying FH2 and Storm Island for $30. Seems expensive since FH3 exists now and I just bought that for $30 but the used market is not any better. If I am liking FH3 will FH2 feel like a major step backwards or is pretty great on its own?
if you like FH3 definitely get FH2 and FH1, the beauty of these game is they are similar but feel very different thanks to the landscapes and objectives. I have enjoyed all 3 games and was very happy to start over when FH1 became BC.
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