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  • Summary: Building upon the daring visual design and gratifying first-person fisticuffs of the acclaimed original, Zeno Clash II is bigger, bolder, and better in every way. Zenozoik comes alive like never before, an open world waiting to be explored, one rendered with breathtaking splendor. As Ghat, players can fully and freely explore every natural and architectural wonder his world has to offer. In addition to most of the characters, enemies, and items from the first game all of which return with dramatic visual enhancement--Ghat can also expect to encounter awe-inspiring new sights, jaw-dropping new creature designs, and wildly creative new weapons and items. Collapse
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  1. Aug 5, 2013
    Zeno Clash II is a fine beat ‘em up with a unique graphic style.
  2. Aug 8, 2013
    The universe itself is enough to get lost in this game, even though there are some issues that prevent it from becoming a better adventure. In any case, it's definitely recommended for those who enjoyed the first game.
  3. Aug 7, 2013
    Every punch and combo delivered in Zeno Clash II will make you appreciate it a bit more and, although the game suffers from a poorly developed narrative and feels a bit unpolished, you'll find yourself enjoying a really good time, especially if you liked the first game.
  4. 65
    The confusing narrative, poor voice acting, and lackluster puzzles make the game hard to love, but if “weird” is your niche, this trip offers some solid entertainment.
  5. Hugely imaginative but slightly irritating. [Nov 2013, p.95]
  6. Nov 20, 2013
    The game’s utter oddness is enough to grab the attention of the average gamer, but its on-and-off mission structure isn’t going to keep them for long and once again fisticuffs in first-person proves problematic.
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