Review: Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition (Microsoft Xbox 360)
29 July 2010
Summary: Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition is a worthy revamp of an already capable title. The experience is one-of-a-kind, the first-person perspective is handled well and there is a lot of new content to be seen in this new version.
Excerpt: Zeno Clash is a unique game with its one-two punch combat, original story and imaginatively realized world. It’s like entering the dream world of Tim Burton, with a melee heavy combat system that’s reminiscent, but much deeper than games like Condemned.
Excerpt: The highest compliment one could give indie hit Zeno Clash would be that it’s unlike anything we see in big budget game development today. Chilean developer ACE Team has crafted a unique story, style and gameplay mechanic the marketing department would never approve of because the guys in research...
Summary: Weird. That’s what popped into my head the first time I got a look at Zeno Clash, and I was strangely drawn to the game because of it. Of course, weird isn’t necessarily bad. Far from it, in fact, especially in the increasingly bland video game landscape where something like Master Chief is popular...
Excerpt: The WMG knows there is an audience out there who will eat up Zeno Clash Ultimate Edition, just finding that audience may be very difficult. On the other hand, the WMG would not want to meet anyone in a dark alley who is into this Xbox 360 game.
Summary: Ever wonder what it was like to kill your asexual parent and be at war with hundreds of siblings? Welcome to Zeno Clash , a game where your countless brothers and sisters want to rip you apart.