Every time you move the camera in Horizon Zero Dawn, the game is doing all sorts of under-the-hood calculations, loading and unloading chunks of world to ensure that it all runs properly. And that’s not even counting the robot dinosaurs.
Just when you think you’ve really gotten the hang of Horizon Zero Dawn, creeping around and hunting robot dinosaurs in the colorful open world, along comes a Cauldron to blow your damn mind.
Horizon Zero Dawn is a beautiful game. Sometimes, it seems too beautiful. Here’s how the developers achieved such an uncannily gorgeous look.
Hideo Kojima likened the development of Death Stranding using Guerrilla’s Decima Engine to the Space Race during the Cold War in a series of recent tweets. The collaboration with the creators of Horizon Zero Dawn, in Kojima’s words, “enables us to go to the mars but even to the Jupiter.”
ROBOT DINOSAURS. Guerrilla Games showed off Horizon: Zero Dawn at E3 earlier this year, but today’s Horizon gameplay footage looks way more like the game we’ll (hopefully) be playing next year. UI! Loot! Crafting! Frame rate drops!
When Horizon: Zero Dawn was announced at E3 by the makers of Killzone, what most people focused on were the big robot dinosaurs. Which, you know...fair enough. But the landscape and skies are bringing something awesome to the table too. Let’s take a look.
That cool-looking woman-vs.-robot-dinosaur game that Sony unveiled at their PlayStation press conference, Horizon: Zero Dawn, has been in development at Guerilla Games for four years. Guerilla, which makes Killzone, is a two-team studio now, Sony games boss Shuhei Yoshida told us at E3 this week.
If you're purchasing the PlayStation 4 this holiday season and are into first-person shooters, chances are you'll be eyeing Guerrilla Games' latest installment in the Killzone franchise: Shadow Fall. But while those shiny new graphics will catch most people's eyes, I'm more concerned with how the game plays.
The PlayStation Vita is a good, powerful handheld machine that's run some piss-poor first-person shooters. After rushed, clunky Resistance and Call of Duty shooters, the system will get a Killzone in September. It merely needs to be mediocre to improve Vita FPSing dramatically.
Now that Killzone 3 players can get online and kill each other once again, Guerrilla Games and Sony gives them incentive to do so in the form of a double XP weekend running now through 10AM UK time Monday morning.
The escalating conflict between the ISA and the Helghast plays out on a much smaller scale in Killzone Universe, a live-action short that shows a friendship torn apart by impending war.
Killzone 3 is at its best when it's most unrecognizable.
In the first of a series of videos covering Killzone 3's multiplayer professions, Guerrilla Games multiplayer designer Dan Nanni discusses the engineer, the game's turret-building support class.
With two different ways to play and a special peripheral specifically designed for motion control, Sony spokes model Kevin Butler couldn't cover all of Killzone 3 in just one ad, so he did two.
If Killzone 3 will be the game that finally convinces you to become a PlayStation 3 owner, this is the package for you. Included is a 160GB PS3 system and one copy of Killzone 3—or "the ultimate PlayStation Move and 3D game," according to this cardboard box.
We're just a month away from Killzone 3, the next big thing for the PlayStation 3, potentially the system's next great multiplayer hit. For those who care not for grand spectacle and story, here's some online multiplayer carnage.
The Central Plaza of Sony's PlayStation 3 virtual playground PlayStation Home has never looked quite as attractive as it will this Thursday. To think all it needed was an alien invasion.
Next month is big for the shooter. Breach, Bulletstorm, the first Call of Duty: Black Ops map pack and, of course, Killzone 3 are all locked and loaded for February. Good thing there's a Killzone 3 "open beta" coming.
Perhaps you want to get more use out of that 3D television or your PlayStation Move controller. Perhaps you simply just like the Killzone series. Or perhaps you want to play SOCOM 4 before it's released.
The militaristic enemies of Guerrilla Games' Killzone series were human once, so of course they celebrate the holidays. We wish the Guerrilla team and its more than a dozen new additions all the best!