Free - Horizon Zero Dawn - Free Comic Book Day Issue @ Amazon/Comixology

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First book of a new Horizon Zero Dawn series.

An exclusive lead-in story to the brand-new Horizon Zero Dawn ongoing comic series!

Discover a far-future Earth full of epic natural beauty, where awe-inspiring machines are the dominant species. Talanah, Sunhawk of the Hunters Lodge, struggles to find purpose after Aloy, her trusted friend, disappears. When a mysterious new threat emerges in the wilds, she returns to her roots as a hunter to defeat it, only to learn that a whole new breed of mechanized killers stalks the land!

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The series was initially planned to begin with a special issue #0, to be given out on Free Comic Book Day 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was postponed, and eventually rescheduled as part of the second week of the Free Comic Book Summer event, on July 22, 2020.


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  • Thanks

  • Thanks! Didn’t even know this was happening

  • I love the game and the lore, but this was a bit underwhelming.

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  • I played this game for about 17-20 hours and struggled to go on.

    The story didn't really grab me and I found that after the initial encounters with the different type of creatures, I kinda lost interest in the fights. The human camps were dull as well.

    Does something happen half way in to shake stuff up or have I seen it all?

    Maybe I was critical of it because it came out in 2017.

    • I’m about the same, I loved it to start but I’ve played it twice now and stopped around the same time both times. Still, I love the lore and characters so I’m keen for the comic book!

      • I think I need some humour in these long open world games. Some little quirks

        Witcher3 could get dull and samey - I had to take a break before I came back for the 2nd half and the dlc, but then you'd come across some crazy mission and I'd be ready to scout around for footprints again

        I mean that worked for gta for years.

        Even mad Max where you could say there's nothing to do, had something

        Why I don't mind death stranding even though it's not exactly exciting, there's some chance of kojima weirdness to keep me going

    • Depends on how far you got in those 17 hours. If you start grinding away at side missions the game will lose you. I think the story is amazing and there are some big reveals in the last 3-4 main missions. Then if you play it again there are plenty of hints to that big reveal. I played it through twice on PS4 and just finished my PC playthrough. I struggled a bit on the PC playthrough because I got bogged down doing side quests and errands for 10 hours or so, but really engaged again once I got back on the story missions.

      • Right.
        I do tend to go exploring and do side missions.
        Ibwss

        I should of just done main story.

        I was confused because there was this huge map and places to go

    • Does something happen half way in to shake stuff up or have I seen it all?

      Story wise, yes. The gameplay stays the same though.

  • Need a US account for this. Doesn't work

    • I really don't want an Amazon account, so signed in through ComiXology (seems to be owned by/associated with Amazon anyway??). I DO have my Aust delivery address in there too. Obviously they want you to use the Kindle app, but the comiXology app works well too.

  • Is it readable or is this port to comic platform full of bugs and unusable as well? :P