Excerpt: The Zone of the Enders franchise has been dormant for around ten years but remains relevant seeing as though Konami is currently developing the third entry in the series. The Zone of the Enders HD Collection is thus the perfect entry point for gamers who never got to play the first two ZOE titles on...
Summary: Mecha action brought up to speed Zone of the Enders was a welcome departure from Hideo Kojima's legendary brainchild Metal Gear Solid back in 2001. While a stark contrast to tactical espionage action, Z.O.E.
Zone of The Enders: HD Collection – Gathering At The End
New Gamer Nation
11 January 2013
Conclusion: There are some obvious flaws present in these two games, but they don’t completely derail the overall experience. The combat is well done, especially when you consider that these games are around a decade old. The presentation is the main fault that drags the games down.
Conclusion: Considering backwards compatibility has now been removed from the PlayStation 3, anyone who remembered these games with fondness wouldn’t go far wrong by picking these up again. Who knows, it might help fund the third game.
Excerpt: When the announcement arrived that Konami would be reviving its two console Zone of the Enders titles in HD, I was thrilled. For it meant that a lazy gamer like myself could revisit the original and finally play the second game without having to hook my PS2 back up.
Excerpt: Oh, High Voltage Software. What happened to you? Remember The Conduit ? Remember how you managed to get that game to run on the Wii so nicely? Getting a PS2 game to run smoothly on a much more powerful console should be easy in comparison.
Excerpt: Over a decade ago, famed developer Hideo Kojima was responsible for the creation of little-known franchise called Zone of the Enders. The series has garnered a cult following over the years, though the games never achieved much success.