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Hideo Kojima's legendary series Zone of the Enders arrives on PS3 and Xbox 360 for the first time with the highly-anticipated Zone of the Enders HD Collection. Converted to dazzling high definition graphics and including an all new opening cinematic, this is the way the high speed mech action of Zone of the Enders was always meant to be played. Includes Zone of the Enders and a never-before-released-in-the-US version of Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner.
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While the game's instruction manual lacks much depth.
Implementation and Design (3/5)
The first game teaches you how to play through in-game tutorial. A feature that I think was well designed and implemented. The classic reluctant hero and bloodthirsty tyrant trope works well for the story. This was a foray into the psyche of a war beleaguered bystander and his struggle against the horrors of war. The post-cataclysm environmental stage design was ahead of its time. Orbital frames are sleek, fast, yet still posess massively destructive components. You will be reminded of their ferocity by screams of besieged innocents, and unseen colonists on the planetary civilization of Mars. Your fight for liberation will traverse the cosmos. Albeit with rather lonely looking loading screens in between scripted dialogue and combat manuvers.
Enough of the angst ridden story. Here's the rundown- Achievement support 5/5
I for one am appreciative of the Achievement support, and I am ready to take on the challenge of hopefully completing the game from start to finish. Trying to get all of the achievements in the first game is going to take some doing.
Difficulty: 5/5 This can be a punishing game to some and a breeze to others. Try it on Normal to earn as many achievements at your leisure. Pattern memorization and timed responses are your friends.
Bonuses 3/5: Konami also kept the 2-player split-screen Versus Mode which unlocks after you compet the first game. I have yet to enjoy it. It would been nice to have a behnd the scenes DVD style option. Because in this case I feel like you get the game, and not much else. I think there is an art gallery somewhere.
Team ZOE really had something with this game, the visuals, character development, voiceovers, and musical score may show it's age. However, the experience that results from re-living the White-knuckle battles, to level up Jehuty in zero gravity, the camaraderie, loss and the ethical dilemmas that harden both battle scarred heroes, heroines and villainous veterans aren't to be missed.
Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner certainly lives up to the hype surrounding it's predecessor. With a maturation in visuals, feel, and sound. I haven't quite played it it yet though. So suffice to say, I am a bit biased towards it. I can share that Kojima Productions really gave the mech pilots something to enjoy, during the early PS2 era, and that it's worth another look. Two great games for the price of one, can't be beat. Thank you Kojima Productions and Konami fans for demanding that this galactic epic to be preserved for future generations.
These are 2 great mech games. The graphics look slick in hd and hold up pretty well after all these years. Dark futuristic stylized anime graphics, the second game especially holds up well. I think this is an unjustly overlooked game. Yes it can get repetitive but most video games do.The second game is the better of the 2 superior in every way but the first is still worth playing.
The controls are smooth they work very well. Far away shoots with the option to use a charge shot, close up is melee sword combat with charge attacks. Analog moves your mech around while Y ascends and A descends. It's very streamlined works well.
The sound is good not great. The english voice work is good no better or worse than a typical anime. The music is more of an background thing with drum machine loops and a faint techno sound that picks up when combat.
If you love Mech games you'll love this game.
The controls are tight and well-executed, the updated graphics are simply gorgeous, the music is amazing, and the story is every bit as ridiculous and nonsensical as it's creators other works on the Metal Gear series.
This release also needs a bit of an history lesson for those purchasing for the first time. The original Zone of the Enders games contained a demo disk for the newest Metal Gear Solid. For a lot of Z.O.E. fans, they got into the series because they wanted the demo, and played the game because it looked fun. The fact that the HD collection contains a demo disk is simply a fan send-off from a creator that knows just -why- a lot of players got into Z.O.E. It's an in joke to be sure, but it's a good one.