The first day of 2018 has rolled around the corner. It’s time for 2018 to reign! What new games would there be? Maybe a new console hit the market? On this extremely special occasion, Later Level’s asked us… “What was the best game of 2018?”
This. This Shit. Right Here. Amazing
What do you get when you mix a bunch of monster-looking robots with a Monster Hunter? That’s right… Horizon Zero Dawn. I’ve never personally owned Horizon Zero Dawn but I did get several chances to play it… For several hours. The graphics are gorgeous, the gameplay, amazing. And the story? I wasn’t really paying attention. From what I could conclude, basically machines take over the world because some sort of organization lost control over them? Or something along those lines? Also, did I mention how sick the machines look in this game? Like, look at this! It looks as if Elon Musk invested his entire savings into a mechanical robot on steroids.
The gameplay is absolutely amazing. You’re able to kill these ‘machines’ in a variety of ways such as taking it head-on, setting up traps or even using explosives! Who doesn’t like to blow a machine that probably took a million dollars to build and maintain? After destroying these monstrosities, you’re able to loot their bodies for resources or materials that are used for equipment crafting. There are also hostile cultists and explorable ruins! What more could you ask for? A game with tribal cultists and explorable ruins? 10/10 would play again.
Later Level’s Christmas Collaboration!
Christmas is now only a couple of weeks away and everyone is starting to get into the festive spirit. As the carol says, ‘tis the season to be jolly – and what better way to celebrate both this time of year and how awesome the WordPress community is than with a collaboration.
If you want to get in on the action, then head on over to Later Levels to join in on the community Christmas collab! ‘Tis the month to get cheery!
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