With such a fantastic in-game world, it comes as no surprise to find fans of Aloy and Horizon Zero Dawn‘s many machines attempting to recreate parts of the game using pixel art, with some pretty impressive results.
The last image is fantastic. Would definitely play that game.
The likeness is uncanny.
I would love to play that arcade version.
Omg I would love to play this
Horizon Zero Dawn Arcade Version, I'd buy that!
Should be DLC for the game.
Release it as a iOS/Android game. A nice crossover.
I'd play the heck out of that! Any excuse to play through that world again 😀 Edit: fixed auto correct
the question is: why? the answer is: people got way too much time on their hands. at least they think so.
No different than any other fan art
...looks incredible... ...BUT not as incredible as the real thing....
I'll be using that as my background, thank you very much!
Reminds me of the April Fool's joke, Deus Ex: Human Defiance. It'd be awesome to see publishers team up with quality indie devs to make 2D versions of popular franchises. Yacht Club Games, Re-Logic, Playdead, Johnathon Blow, Eric Barone, Thomas Happs Games, etc . . . I mean, Imagine if Conatus Creative made an 8-Bit GTA . . . It'd be hilarious.
It looks great and all, but I don't really get the obsession of 8-bit art style now a days. I guess I've been gaming for too long.
because of that perfect switch game with N64 graphics, i think this version of Horizon would get a 99 on Metacritic. It seems the less graphics the higher the score = Shovel Knight has a 90 on metacritic. The Moral of the story is Sony should tell all in house devs to make a cheap game with 90's and early 2k's graphics instead of trying to push innovation in graphics with games like Horizon. Joking, I just find it strange.
Strange that there is little correlation between graphics and score?
no, strange that a game like shovel knight and zelda are higher rated games than Horizon.
Cool, Mass Effect version would probably run better too ;)
looks better than mass effect
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