My Dying Light review if anyone is interested. It's a little long, so I'll post the tl:dr.
Dying Light may not be for everyone; especially those fatigued from open world and zombie games, but there’s no denying its ambition, despite the minor problems that it suffers from. Establishing an exceptional and flexible parkour system into an open world game is always a great idea, but implementing it into a world populated with zombies is tremendous. The possibilities to cause mayhem and slaughter are only limited by your imagination; every encounter is dynamic, with the ability to carve out new routes through Harran on the fly. Frankly, it would be very difficult for me to revert back to a zombie game without this level of freedom. I wouldn’t go as far as calling Dying Light revolutionary, but it definitely revitalizes a stagnant genre with some new tricks, which I’m positive will be emulated by contemporary developers in the following years.
What I played:
• Completed 100% of the campaign in 30 hours. Both alone and in co-op.
• Completed 70% of the side quests.