3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 5 user reviews spread across 4 releases and 0 DLC
I still remember the limited days i spent playing this game. The graphics are amazing, i really enjoyed the cell-shaded and 3D environment. The world wasn't very immense but definitely suitable for the situation. The battle system in this game is out of this world. It requires lightning fast reflex if not, at least some crazy thumb movements. The weapons in this game are totally kick-@$$ especially the energy canon thing. Wow. The story is epic. Sound is pretty good too and accurate such as ...
Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner is the franchises third game and delivers a nice change of pace compared to the original. Every aspect of the game was improved upon and had a highly polished feel to it. Cut scenes were very well executed and Kojima's unique style was defiantly noticed.If it's been a while, or if you've never played the first game, this one includes an excellent recap of what happened during the original. This is great because the story continues on in this installment.The com...
Zone of the Enders was one of the better PS2 launch titles, but sold primarily due to the included demo for the then-unreleased Metal Gear Solid 2. It had promise, and The 2nd Runner delivers on it and then some by dramatically improving every aspect of it. The storyline no longer focuses on the timid Leo Stenbuck, but Dingo Egret – a hard-boiled runner disenfranchised with the military. He unwittingly becomes the 2nd runner, and unlike Leo he’s ready to kick some ass. Jehuty – Not Your Gr...
Let's get this out of the way: Zone Of The Enders: The 2nd Runner (ZOE2) is everything its predecessor should've been; bigger, better, bolder. Now let's talk about its own merits. We're still in a distant, apocalyptic future where giant robots, called Orbital Frames, are used as a military force to conquer the entire universe. A resource called Metatron is the most powerful energy to be found and it is a critical asset in the war between organizations. In this quest for domination 2 part...
Hideo Kojima games have always been hit or miss with me. While I have enjoyed the crazy story, technical prowess, and overall charm of several games in the Metal Gear Solid series, I always hated MGS3 for all the giant "features" (also known as design flaws) that define that game. From the horribly broken camera, to the uneven difficulty, to the overall frustration, ZOE 2 seems to pick right off where MGS3 left off. I played this game for a couple of hours only to succumb to an escort mission...
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