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The only thing you need to purchase in this game are the weapons. Materials need to be farmed. The simple components would be available with mid to lower tier machines. Once you have a decent set of weapons and mods to go with it, start taking down the top tier machines to pretty much gain a massive materials boost.

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13 hours ago, kold_war said:

True..The variety of enemies in this game is too good!

+1. More than a dozen hours put and still seeing new machines popping up every now n then. Still a big portion of the map is not unlocked. Difficult to recollect any recent game with this much enemy variety.

 

12 hours ago, CarbonCore said:

They're expensive to buy for something that's pretty easy to farm. This goes for every other resource in the game. Do not buy.

11 hours ago, Ethan_Hunt said:

The only thing you need to purchase in this game are the weapons.

Yea, wasnt paying attention earlier, because of the bad first impression. Blazes were the weak points for most of the machines which I was knocking off, so wasnt getting any later after killing the machine :doh: Also hadnt opened all those "resource gift packs" we receive after completing side quests...there were over two dozen blaze there too. This game has really grown on me now and has reached the phase where I am finding it hard to put the controller down :) 

 

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Resources from wildlife seems like random though. To increase carry capacity for example, I need one rabbit foot. Killed about a dozen rabbits so far, but from each of them received rabbit skin only and meat.

 

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13 hours ago, krados said:

 This game has really grown on me now and has reached the phase where I am finding it hard to put the controller down :) 

 

It has the effect on you. I finished it last year during my week off and loved every bit of it. First Platinum I ever received. :) 

 

Too bad, I haven't tried the DLC yet. 

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Glinthawks are among the most irritating enemies i've faced in a game :furious:
Initially yes they were irritating as f**k but then I realized they are very weak to fire, just 3 fire arrows brings them down for you to critical hit them with your spear. Easy peasy.

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Completed the game few days back . 

Loved the game from start to finish . Fantastic visuals , Superb combat with great controls (never thought playing with just now n arrow could be so much fun ) and a wonderful story . The soundtrack was superb as well.  

Played and enjoyed the game so much that I ended up getting the Platinum trophy . 

After completing the main game i Started DLC and enjoyed it a lot as well . The new enemies especially Fireclaws and Scorchers were tough and were a good challenge . 

 

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Sources: Horizon: Zero Dawn Is Coming To PC

 

The PlayStation 4 exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn will come to personal computers this year, sources tell Kotaku. It’s an unprecedented move for Sony that signals a future in which the publisher releases games on platforms beyond its own consoles.  This news comes from three people familiar with Sony’s plans, all speaking anonymously because they were not authorized to talk to press. Sony did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

 

We expect to see the game on both Steam and the Epic Games Store when it launches (although that may not be finalized yet).

 

This will be the first big exclusive game from a Sony-owned developer to come to PC. Death Stranding, which launched for PS4 last November and will also arrive on PC later this year, was funded and published by Sony but developed by an independent studio, Kojima Productions. (In fact, the PC version of Death Stranding is published by a different company, 505 Games.) The French studio Quantic Dream, also independent, had a similar arrangement last year, self-publishing its games Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human on PC without Sony’s involvement.

 

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