Excellent expansion imo. Can't wait for the next Horizon!

Unfortunately as much as I hate saying it, this was dissapointing. I really wanted to like this, but I just couldn't get into it. It has a really cool idea, and this sounded very much up my alley but it just... didn't execute well.


Neat short 5-6 hr experience. Genuinley a relaxing game when you're not sure what to play next or just want something that doesn't require too much. I'd recommend if you have Xbox Game Pass.

Decent campaigns, but ultimatley could have been so much better had they been fleshed out a bit more.

Fun and addicting; but maybe one day I'll have the energy to finish the entire game. I usually finish games I start, but this is one that I feel I'll come back to eventually.

(Campaign only)
It was... fine. It had a few cool moments here and there, but I just didn't quite enjoy this story as much as I had hoped.

It definitely had the foundation and groundwork, but I feel the characters weren't quite as developed and the twist just... needed a bit more to it. I almost feel like things were cut in order to make it a shorter playtime, which is a bit of a shame. In saying that though, I thought it was still decent and I do appreciate the fact Don't Nod decided to try something a bit different.
Just wish it had a bit more time in the oven and had a bit of a longer playtime. I finished it in one sitting - which is not a bad thing - but with a story like this, it could have used just a bit more time in the oven.
A second playthrough is a must*

I enjoyed the lore, tone and atmosphere of the world. The story had some fairly decent, interesting elements but ultimately the ending felt a bit lacking.
The gameplay, specifically the combat, felt clunky and sometimes didn't respond right away which made combat scenarios even more frustrating than they already were.
The soundtrack was incredibly well done, and fit perfectly into the tone of the game's atmosphere.

I'm not sure how I feel about this one - but it had an interesting twist that I was kind of ..not expecting? I felt something was a bit off at the beginning of the game, then when the twist was revealed at the end it was like.. Oh, yes of course that's why it was a bit odd.

Cool, interesting concept with so much more potential, but ultimately doesn't quite reach it. Despite this though, the story itself is still interesting, and the jump scares did get me a few times.
I wasn't a huge fan of the gameplay, and sometimes the controls didn't respond properly. Though, at least they tried to shake it up a bit with the breathing mechanic.

Card Shark is overall a fun, unique experience with cool art style.

(Single player campaign Only)
I liked the variation of mission types and overall I did like the campaign. A few issues here and there however including some gameplay controls, glitches and story elements. I liked the characters and I thought Iden was a fairly good protagonist, but I feel she could have had a bit more depth. Also, a few surprises that were cool and I wasn't expecting.

I enjoyed my time with this game, and I liked the stylistic variation that each level has. My personal favourite was with the skateboard, and the soundtrack was bloody brilliant.

Played maybe 2 or 3 races just because it was free on Xbox Gold. It's alright, the physics felt a bit different to other motorbike games I've played before.