Horizon: Zero Dawn was the surprise of 2017, in many ways. It’s not like people weren’t excited about the prospect of a new game from the developers of the Killzone franchise, but a new IP is always risky and Guerilla was taking a sizable step out of their comfort zone, going from a first-person shooter to a third-person action-adventure set in a massive open world. Any doubts were quickly smashed into pieces though, as Forbidden west sold over 2.5.-million copies in just the first two weeks, and as I write this that number is now over 20-million. Clearly, Sony had a new franchise on its hands and a sequel was all but inevitable, especially as Guerilla had carefully laid the foundations for Aloy’s next adventure. Half a decade later that sequel has finally arrived, and while it’s not a true PS5 exclusive, Horizon: Forbidden West is a safe, solid follow-up that will doubtless sell millions more copies before the series disappears for another 5-years.
Forza: Horizon – Review
Platforms: Xbox 360 Reviewed On: Xbox 360 Developer: Playground Games Publisher: Microsoft Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: Yes PEGI: 12+ This game was provided free of charge by Microsoft for review. What do you get when you combine the open roads of Test Drive: Unlimited with the deep handling model of Forza? The answer is Forza: Horizon, a…