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The short answer is yes, yes they should.
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A patch for Horizon Zero Dawn improves the game's stability while running in backwards compatibility mode.
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From epic stories to incredible combat, these RPG titles defined the generation.
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More fixes for the problematic PC port.
PC players are more than willing to embrace the late release.
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The open world action RPG currently has a rough "summer" release window.
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