Aloy’s world is very reminiscent of scenes from 'The Hunger Games' and other literature—and this is a good thing.
Discussing influences and interactions with the game's narrative director John Gonzales.
John Gonzales, the game’s narrative director, comments on its use of the term 'brave.'
The action-RPG is heavy on serious conversations and desperate combat. But sometimes a snowflake or a sunrise can be just as powerful.
Plus, robot dinosaurs.
Aloy joins the incoming class of Waypoint High School—and she's bringing a load of robotic dinosaurs with her.
Guerrilla Games's not-like-Killzone-whatsoever adventure title has a 2017 release date, but we've already taken it for a spin, and came away very happy indeed.