Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn reviews and features
This 15-hour expansion cements Horizon Zero Dawn as an impressive and memorable new title that holds its own in a year filled with quality RPGs.
review by Natalie Flores on 06 November, 2017
Through its stunning world, thrilling combat, and heartwarming story, Horizon Zero Dawn is bound to be one of this year's most memorable games.
review by Natalie Flores on 20 February, 2017
Horizon Zero Dawn is a strong showing for the publishing giant's first major foray into the PC space.
feature by Bryan Vitale on 05 August, 2020
What a year for video games.
feature by Zack Reese on 30 December, 2017
You voted, we counted: here are your top ten games of 2017, RPG fans.
feature by RPG Site Staff on 29 December, 2017
Some tips for those tackling Horizon's newest content.
feature by RPG Site Staff on 07 November, 2017
Guerilla Games shows up with a new IP - and it grabs us.
preview by Alex Donaldson on 21 June, 2015
Latest Horizon Zero Dawn news and info
Sony's Horizon series is purportedly planned to be the first in a business partnership between Sony and Publisher NCsoft
news by James Galizio on 09 November, 2022
Horizon Zero Dawn seems to be a massive success.
news by Adam Vitale on 11 February, 2022
It also changes that shader compilation.
news by Adam Vitale on 08 December, 2021
A delay for Aloy's follow up, but a upgrade patch for her debut.
news by Adam Vitale on 25 August, 2021
The team moves on to Forbidden West.
news by Adam Vitale on 20 January, 2021
We touch on Avengers, GPUs and audiologs.
podcast by RPG Site Staff on 05 September, 2020
Sales numbers, MMORPGs, and dungeon crawlers!
podcast by RPG Site Staff on 08 August, 2020
A bit lighter episode this week, we chat The Last of Us Part II, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Fell Seal Arbiter's Mark, and other games.
podcast by RPG Site Staff on 04 July, 2020
Complete with DLC expansion The Frozen Wilds alongside a bevy of PC-centric features.
news by Bryan Vitale on 03 July, 2020
The novel Coronavirus has added a lot of uncertainty to the world, but we recorded an episode just like usual.
podcast by Bryan Vitale on 14 March, 2020