Have you as well been marked by the audio of Sonic the Hedgehog sinking afterwards frenzied countdown songs begins having fun? Have you huffed as well as sighed in disappointment as Lara Croft bashed uselessly versus an undersea wall surface in a cavern for the 800th time? Have you rolled your eyes as well as switched off your PlayStation after making Crash Bandicoot consume immersed nitro, once more, in your finest Time Trial go to date? Then you possibly despise undersea degrees as long as me.
But I believe Horizon Forbidden West can really make something of its nautical emphasis. The PS4 as well as PS5 video game, readied to launch on February 18, hasn’t been reluctant concerning flaunting its new-found fixation with H20; from the extremely initial trailer we saw from the video game, it was explained that lead character Aloy was mosting likely to be strapping on a scuba diving mask as well as striking the midsts as she discovers the titular Forbidden West.
Cue eye-rolls, moans as well as haunting memories of water logged platforming mascots as they stifle in some God-abandoned undersea holy place. But in between seeing one of the most current trailer for the video game as well as a brand-new BBC docudrama collection over the weekend break, something struck me (no word play here planned): Horizon is the excellent video game to display what water degrees can do for this brand-new generation.