Horizon Horizon Forbidden West

Maybe they'll finally do a wide release of the physical complete edition. It's weirdly limited. I'll settle for a re-stock on the website I suppose, ha.
 
Maybe they'll finally do a wide release of the physical complete edition. It's weirdly limited. I'll settle for a re-stock on the website I suppose, ha.
Limited release?

I've already seen the physical complete edition in my local retail store since it was released.
 
Weird. Here in the UK it never came out to retailers. The only option is to order direct from Sony. I figured it was the same everywhere.



Yeah.
It must be stock issues in your location.

I went again yesterday and from that 1 retail store, there's two version of the game in their display. The original disc version, and the complete version.

What's weird is the complete version is cheaper than God of Ragnarök, the latter is still in its original launch price...
 
It must be stock issues in your location.

I went again yesterday and from that 1 retail store, there's two version of the game in their display. The original disc version, and the complete version.

What's weird is the complete version is cheaper than God of Ragnarök, the latter is still in its original launch price...

It just isn't sold here at retail. And in other places in europe, and Australia too. Looks like it was exclusive to one shop (Gamestop) in the US as well. No idea why, can't find any answers, but that's what happened. Seems you're pretty fortunate to be able to see it on a shelf, lol. It's like the game doesn't exist here.
 
It just isn't sold here at retail. And in other places in europe, and Australia too. Looks like it was exclusive to one shop (Gamestop) in the US as well. No idea why, can't find any answers, but that's what happened. Seems you're pretty fortunate to be able to see it on a shelf, lol. It's like the game doesn't exist here.
Maybe in those countries (including yours), majority of the players are getting these new ps5 games, digitally?
 
Like who in the right mind okayed this what are they thinking? If it was a PlayStation LEGO world that would have been wayyyy better
 
Astrobot and this could be a good 1-2 family lineup.
 
Like who in the right mind okayed this what are they thinking? If it was a PlayStation LEGO world that would have been wayyyy better
Maybe we’ll get that if this does well? But with the drought from first party at the moment I guess many gamers would want all the focus on the big titles.
 
Maybe we’ll get that if this does well? But with the drought from first party at the moment I guess many gamers would want all the focus on the big titles.
I wouldn't be surprised if it would lead to

Lego God of War Adventures
Lego Uncharted Adventures
Lego Ghost of Tsushima Adventures
Lego Last of Us Chronicles
Lego Ratchet & Clank Adventures
Lego Spider-Man Adventures
 
I wouldn't be surprised if it would lead to

Lego God of War Adventures
Lego Uncharted Adventures
Lego Ghost of Tsushima Adventures
Lego Last of Us Chronicles
Lego Ratchet & Clank Adventures
Lego Spider-Man Adventures
To be honest I would play all of those. :D Also with my nieces to plant the seeds of playing the full games when they’re older. I’m happy to get games like this as long as there are enough resources to get big games out without any delays.
 
A Lego game is probably easy money for Sony. Its a co-production, so that could mean it doesn't require the same degree of attention/money that a major Sony game needs. Also its a free advertisement for the previous Horizon games which are still not accessible to Switch and Xbox.
 
How would they even pull of a Horizon tv series under a Netflix budget... for the series not to look dodgy. It would need to cost as much as a blockbuster Hollywood film.... but even a blockbuster film could cost up to 300 million for less than 3 hours of content. What else for a Horizon tv series which would consist of 8 to 13 hours of content? I'm surprised Sony even entertained the idea.

If they have to adapt Horizon, it should be for a feature film.
 
How would they even pull of a Horizon tv series under a Netflix budget... for the series not to look dodgy. It would need to cost as much as a blockbuster Hollywood film.... but even a blockbuster film could cost up to 300 million for less than 3 hours of content. What else for a Horizon tv series which would consist of 8 to 13 hours of content? I'm surprised Sony even entertained the idea.

If they have to adapt Horizon, it should be for a feature film.
I didn't watch The Witcher but I imagine that if that show could be done on a Netflix budget, then so could Horizon. Granted, the Witcher was a book series before it was a video game series and there even were movies and TV shows based on it in the past, but I think the video games is what invigorated interested in creating the Netflix show.
 
How would they even pull of a Horizon tv series under a Netflix budget... for the series not to look dodgy. It would need to cost as much as a blockbuster Hollywood film.... but even a blockbuster film could cost up to 300 million for less than 3 hours of content. What else for a Horizon tv series which would consist of 8 to 13 hours of content? I'm surprised Sony even entertained the idea.

If they have to adapt Horizon, it should be for a feature film.
It can be done on the level of a Game of Thrones/House of the Dragon budget, roughly $15-$20 million per episode.
 
The answer is shooting around machines at every opportunity. Ah yeah, look at that Shellwalker convoy. Just over there. If you could turn, you'd see it, but you can't so you'll just have to imagine it.
 
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