Tag: HORIZON: ZERO DAWN
According to a rumor, the next GG title Horizon: Zero Dawn has been delayed into 2017.
There was an odd shake up in the schedule for the leading giants in the video game industry this year. Microsoft decided to skip the Tokyo Game Show, while Sony decided to skip GamesCom. By doing so they wanted to spread out throughout the year and hit the other events harder. In return we got a rather good showcase from Microsoft at GamesCom, and Sony surprised us at a rather lesser known event in Paris Games Week. How good was Sony’s conference? Well let’s look into it.
Remember that awseome looking game Sony showed off at their press conference from Killzone developers GG's? Well they were talking with Gamesradar and dropped all kinds of news! Come check it out and learn rather or not you will be able to play online.
The gaming industry has grown and expanded in so many ways that you expect there to be issues. One of the biggest issues the industry has faced recently is the female audience and how to include them. Games have included female characters in the most absurd ways you can think of, think old school comics of the 90’s, and a big group of gamers want actual female characters. This caused problems, why is it every time we pick up a game we have to play as a male character? Why can't there be a game where female characters are not almost always, well, sex toys? Thankfully E3 2015 is heading in the right direction and we can see the industry cares.
Although initially thrilled by the gestalt of Sony’s surprise tactics and sultry surfaces, the laughing specters of Microsoft and some lingering doubts demurred my once gleeful countenance to something more ambivalent. While titles like The Last Guardian (Team Ico), and Final Fantasy 7 (Square Enix) first seem like the epitomization of a Sony E3 Press Conference, the actuality is that only one of those will become a Playstation exclusive (FF7 ends with the disclaimed have it “first” on PS4). And yes, there are also some promising third party teases like Guerrilla Games’s Horizon: Zero Dawn, No Mans Sky, and Media Molecule’s Dreams, but those are still so far, and 2015 continues to look barren for the system whose 2014 press conference ostensibly emphasized games over all else.
Guerilla Games revealed their new IP titled Horizon: Zero Dawn.