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    Zone of the Enders

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Mar 27, 2001

    Zone of the Enders is a fast-paced action game in which you play as Leo Stenbuck, the reluctant pilot of the orbital frame Jehuty. With Jehuty you must protect the Jupiter space colony known as Antilla from an invading force known as Bahram.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Zone of the Enders last edited by arion on 10/31/20 08:36AM View full history


    In the remote reaches of the solar system in the 22nd century, there is a colony on Jupiter called "Antilia". In a sudden outbreak of war a shy youth named Leo Stenbuck loses his friends right before his eyes. Thoughts of "if they just weren't around I wouldn't be picked on anymore" had crossed through his mind just moments before his friends were killed. Blaming himself for not being able to save them, he panicked and ran away from the scene of the attack inadvertently stumbling onto the cause of the war, orbital frame " Jehuty," a colossal war machine with a human form that holds the key to civilization's existence.

    Move List

    Dash Attack

    When the enemy is in close range the dash attack is a high powered sword attack, however when your enemy is in long range you fire a barrage of lasers.

    Burst Attack

    The Burst attack gathers a massive ball of energy that us used to attack hardened targets and larger enemies.

    Grab and Throw

    The grab and throw is exactly what it sounds like you grab an enemy or object in the environment and throw it.


    If a battle becomes to overwhelming it is possible to escape and then reengage when you are more prepared for battle.

    Metal Gear Solid 2 Demo

    The likely reason many sought out Zone of the Enders was not for its action-packed gameplay and interesting story, but for its packed in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty demo which included much of the first level in the game (the Tanker Mission.)

    Zone of the Enders Original Soundtrack

    There are 29 tracks on the CD. The music featured on the CD is of the Electronica and Japanese Pop genre. The CD released on April 25, 2001, and it is produced by Konami Music Entertainment.

    Track Listing

    Zone of the Enders Soundtrack Cover
    Zone of the Enders Soundtrack Cover

    1. Title (The Origin)

    2. Introduction

    3. Leo Stenbuck (Break Out)

    4. Factory (Vivid Transparency)

    5. VR (The Fourth Dimension)

    6. Flowing Destiny (Piano Arrange)

    7. Global 1 (Forever and Ever)

    8. Are You Alright, Celvice?

    9. Boss (Neves)

    10. Celvice! This Way, Quickly!

    11. Residential Block (S02)

    12. A Light with a Name of HOPE (Piano Arrange)

    13. Radar (Pandemonium)

    14. Global 2 (Virus)

    15. City (The Earth Light)

    16. Mountain (Who Can Read the Future?)

    17. Rock Thunderheart (Function)

    18. A Light with a Name of HOPE (Protect Me)

    19. You Need This Done to You

    20. Flowing Destiny (Resolution)

    21. Ada (Promise)

    22. Flowing Destiny (Memories)

    23. Neith (Risky)

    24. Viola (Silent Death)

    25. Anubis (Impossible)

    26. Jehuty Will Self-Destruct?

    27. Flowing Destiny - Ending Theme

    28. Kiss Me Sunlights - Opening Theme

    29. A Light with a Name of HOPE - Ending Theme 2/Celvice's Theme


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