The Last of the Survivors returns with an even more impressive bang than it did in the first game.
The visuals and music are better than in the original, the pacing is more interesting, and the story is better.
The story is one of the most emotional experiences of the franchise, and that’s precisely the point of The Last Of Us: the last of its kind.
The Lasts are the last survivors of the human race, and it’s up to Joel and Ellie to try and find a way to make it back home.
The game doesn’t have a single mission set in a real-world setting.
You play as Joel and are tasked with killing all the people in your way.
There are no checkpoints in the game.
Joel can either get into a car with Ellie and head out to a safe place or use a truck to go through a maze of buildings and walls to reach a safe haven.
If the player does that, he’ll eventually run out of fuel, which means the game will end.
You can use a gun to shoot zombies and other enemies in the world to slow the pace and get out of the way, but you have to keep moving forward.
If you die, you’re back where you started.
It’s a tricky formula to pull off, but if you follow the instructions, it works wonderfully.
I love that it works like that, and I think it’s a fantastic way to tell a story.
I really enjoy the way the game plays.
You have to use the controls to find your way through the game’s many open-world levels, and there’s a ton of interesting things to explore in these environments.
I was surprised to see how many enemies there are in the final game.
I’m always surprised when I see how far the developers have gotten with the story, and The Last Forza Horizon 2 is no exception.
The environments are so lush and varied that you can get lost in them.
You get to spend so much time in each one of these environments that you might find yourself falling in love with the game in its entirety.
I especially love the way that the game manages to keep the game fresh and exciting, while still staying true to the spirit of the original game.
If The Last In is the last game in the series, and if The Last On is the final instalment, then I’d say Horizon 2 has a good shot at being the best.
It doesn’t really have any of the game-changing moments of its predecessor, but it does have the best gameplay of any Horizon game to date.
That said, there’s still a lot of stuff that’s missing.
I loved the world of The Lost and The Dead.
Horizon 2 looks absolutely gorgeous and has tons of cool moments to see.
The fact that there’s no DLC is also a huge bonus.
It’ll be interesting to see what kind of content The Last, or any of Horizon’s other games, have left to explore.
I wish Horizon 2 was more like The Last.
It would’ve been a blast to play this game for the first time, and as much as I wish I could’ve gone back and played all of the story missions from the first two games, I can’t imagine playing the entire game again without all of that.
Horizon: The Last Hope is available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The Xbox One version has a lot more content, too, so I recommend picking it up if you haven’t already.
Watch more videos from The Verge: