HZD was the first game of its size and scope that I played and I was blown away. It takes normally overused cliches of every genre of video games and ramps all of them up to their best possible version. One example that comes to mind is the tower unlocking in open work games to gain access to the map. Inste...
ProStunning visuals with a fluid combat system
ProExciting hunting gameplay
ConTraversal is annoying
ConThe game is difficult
I loved it, I played it on PS3 & PS4 and I really wish Rockstar would create a sequel!!!
ProInterrogating witnesses and suspects is a fun challenge
ProDetailed crime investigation gameplay
ProGreat story set in 1940s Los Angeles
ProIncredibly realistic facial expressions
ConNot a lot to do in the big open world
ConThe finale is bland
The combat system takes a while to get used, but is very realistic. Also the first few hours of gameplay will be pretty slow moving but once you get passed that you become immersed in a gripping story line, as you rise through society. Since you start as a peasant you have to learn every skill from scratc...
ProNPCs react differently to you under certain circumstances
ProRising up in society from a peasant is a unique experience
It was really fun, I was new to roguelikes at the time, but it really didn't seem too hard for me, though I died a lot. Oh and the graphics are amazing!!
ProBrilliant game design that presents a good challenge
ProSatisfying combat with a good amount of depth to it
ProBeautiful pixel art graphics
ProThe developers put a lot of love and care into the game