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Submitted by Aclay 796d ago | review

Destructoid Review- Zone of the Enders HD Collection

Destructoid- This is the best way to experience mecha action that no other game can offer like Z.O.E. But if you just want to catch up on the series, High Voltage Software did an amazing job bringing these cult classics up to speed on the Xbox 360. Be warned, however, that the PlayStation 3 version (which we did not play for review) is well-documented to have a significantly lower performance.

If you're an old fan, dedicated fan, or a would-be brand new fan of the series, Zone of the Enders HD Collection is easily worth your time and money, especially with the inclusion of the Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo and The 2nd Runner alone. (PS3, Xbox 360, Zone of the Enders HD Collection) 8/10

Kenshin_BATT0USAI  +   796d ago
Jesus. 8/10 from destructoid? I figured they'd bash the fuck out of it for being a mecha game alone. xD
yeyusiyye   796d ago | Spam

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