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Podcast 494 - On the Cow's Terms (Horizon: Zero Dawn, Hollow Knight, and More!)

og:image:, Feedback from Our Last Episode
, Horizon: Zero Dawn
, Hollow Knight
, Nintendo Switch Indies Lineup
, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Announcement,

This week, the group talks about their first few hours with the latest edition to the strong Sony library, Horizon: Zero Dawn! Guerilla really pulled no punches with this game and the crew is thoroughly enjoying it! On the other end of the spectrum, Nolan and Brad spent a bunch of time with Hollow Knight, a shining achievement in the crowded Metroidvania genre!


Podcast 494 - [download]


This Week's Discussion Topics:

Feedback from Our Last Episode
Horizon: Zero Dawn
Hollow Knight
Nintendo Switch Indies Lineup
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Announcement
and more...

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  • iMacOfDeath 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    If they don't address losing your wraith buddy, I'll be a bit disappointed. He was a cool dead elf.

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  • Tobli 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    You guys were unfortunately right about the idea that you would be unable to continue the well restrained game impressions i complimented last week.

    One thing i noted is the amount of times issues with keeping up with 2017's game released came up. Which seems like a stressful topic, and makes me happy that i don't feel compelled to keep up with the zeitgeist.

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  • drew327 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hey guys- long time viewer (mainly listener) since the JTV days. Just gave you my twitch prime 'free' subscription. I think the first time I saw the stream you were doing a 100-community level LittleBigPlanet thing. I wanted to know, as a Twitch subscriber, but not a Patron, am I able to submit questions?

    Thanks.

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  • 1mtboy 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    Krispy's early impression of the technical aspects of Horizon on a PS4 not a Pro, really has me reconsidering playing it. I hate, HATE that consols have gone this way. It used the be the single unifying reason a gamer chose a consol over PC was the ability to just pop it in and get the experience. Here, it sounds like there is a hudge difference in quality between the Ps4 and pro versions of this game.
    If I may ask a follow up question, does the regular version of Horizon feel like a poor game technically compared to other PS4 games? or just in comparison to its Pro version?

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  • Tobli 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    1mtboy i believe Krispy is an outlier when it comes to the technical experience when playing Horizon on a standard PS4. Digital foundry has was very positive about the experience of playing it both on the pro, and standard PS4.

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-horizon-zero-dawn-ps4-pro-performance-analysis

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  • OneButtonToRule 7 months, 1 week ago

    I think Monolith will make a forgettable game with Shadow of Mordor. The third age has been done to death and with so much lore and different locations in Tolkien's work to pull from, it's a missed opportunity to expand on aspects that haven't been covered. A story about the elves at war with Morgoth would be new and interesting while still utilizing the nemesis system.

    Yours truly
    The Metal Button

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  • GonzoLewd 7 months, 1 week ago

    2017 seems like it will be the next 1998 or 2007 for video gaming. Too early to call it, but so far it seems like it will be a landmark year for the medium.

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