Reviews and Problems with Zone of the Enders: The Fist of Mars
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Zone of the Enders: The Fist of Mars
23 October 2005
Excerpt: The Game Boy Advance
seems to be THE system to go to in order to play top caliber strategy
games. It has seen numerous hits with Tactics Ogre, Fire Emblem,
Advance Wars 1 and 2...the list goes on and on. Even dubious titles,
such as Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, are still considered quality
titles. When all is said and done, the GBA has received a great deal of
excellent strategy titles.
Excerpt: Taking place in AD 2173, Zone of the Enders: The Fist of Mars shares the same universe as a previously released PlayStation 2 game; a world where flying mechanized robots and space travel within the solar system is a reality. Enders throws the player into the midst of action right from the very beginning when Cage, the protagonist, is caught aboard a downed ship named the Bonaparte III.
Excerpt: So you have played through Advance Wars and are ready to continue with another Strategy title. One quick look around will tell you that there isn't a lot to choose from out there for the Game Boy Advance. Fortunately, Konami has developed the second title in their Zone of the Enders series. In Z.O.E.: The Fist of Mars, things aren't quite the same as in the earlier Playstation 2 title.