After all the teases and quick looks, Atlus has finally released a video that shows a significant amount of gameplay from Zeno Clash II. The first person melee game is set in a surreal world where combat is as combo-heavy as it is hands-on. No fair using guns to pick foes off from a distance. Here, you actually have to step in and get some blood splattered in your face. It's a bit like Mirror's Edge with a lot more punching. Wait, let's go back and write that again with emphasis: a lot more punching.
Release date time! ACE Team and Atlus recently announced the first person melee fighting game Zeno Clash II will hit Steam on April 30th, with the XBLA and PSN releases to come at a later date. Pre-orders for the PC release have also opened up, featuring several options that include discounts, free copies of Zeno Clash for you and/or your pal, plus a bonus digital soundtrack and artbook.
The first person melee brawler Zeno Clash, which is second only to Mirrors Edge in its ability to cause motion sickness, has a sequel on the way. Zeno Clash II looks just as bizarre and intriguing as the original, and as the trailer below illustrates, in the world of Zenozoik it's perfectly acceptable to replace your lower lip with a painter's palette.
It's a bit early to call the year's best of, worst of, etc. But anyone who has played the original Zeno Clash might expect its sequel to end up just as bizarre looking, if not even weirder. Well, thanks to a new batch of screenshots from Atlus, we know Zeno Clash II is indeed one different looking game. Sure, something more bizarre could come along, but t would take some strange minds to do it. Even then, would such a hypothetical game feature drop-in, drop-out co-op like this one? Highly unlikely!
Atlus have announced a sequel to Zeno Clash, a unique game that saw co-op added in its 2010 iteration on XBLA. The new game, titled Zeno Clash II, drops players back into the beautiful and rich world of Zenozoik as they experience this first person brawler.
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