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- High speed robot action. Experience thrilling high-flying robot combat unlike anything you've felt before. Grab enemies, unleash a whirlwind of blade strikes up close, and fire off guns from a distance, all while
- All new opening animations. Partnering once again with legendary animation house Sunrise, Zone of the Enders HD Collection includes a brand new opening animation, as well as re-renders of the original opening animations for ZOE 1 and ZOE 2.
- Achievement and Trophy support. Show off your accomplishments.
- Includes demo for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Get a first look at the slashtacular demo for the next Kojima Productions release.
- Limited Edition includes 100 page exclusive Artbook and Soundtrack
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The Zone of the Enders HD Collection marks the return of two fan favorite PS2 games from Hideo Kojima, Zone of the Enders and its sequel Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner. Arriving on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in a fully remastered, high definition format, the games feature the engrossing storytelling of Hideo Kojima paired with thrilling robot fights in a futuristic interplanetary setting. Players control fast and powerful mechs (robots) known as Orbital Frames to blast their enemies into oblivion.
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Entertaining plot (with a dodgy translation), intuitive and effective controls and Yoji Shinkawa's superb mecha designs brought to life in crispy HD. Who could ask for anything more. The game holds up as well as it ever did.
The art book included with the Collector's Edition was more robust and of higher quality than I was expecting. It includes a wide variety of promotional shots as well as several of Shinkawa's early sketches of the primary mecha ("Jehuty" and "Anubis" are way cooler than "Mega Driver" and "The Martian").
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However, the second game does a complete 180. The gameplay is faster, more engaging. The environments are better and varied. Enemy encounters and bosses, are vastly improved. You always know where to go and what to do. The experience is superior to the first game.
In terms of being a limited edition, it's kind of bare bones, but the artbook, at least to me, makes up for it.
The packaging is 1 star: a glorified clothes box prone to bending. Frankly it's the lowest quality special edition I've ever bought which is a shame because these are high quality games that hold up reasonably well today.
I'd recommend saving your money and getting the regular edition unless you're a ZOE fanatic. These games are my favorite mech games of all time IMHO. You'll definitly get your time and money's worth out of the regular edition.
Here's hoping Kojima will make ZOE3 with online multiplayer. The multi in this game is it's most underrated and underdeveloped aspect.