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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 471d ago | review

Zone of the Enders HD Collection Review - The Digital Fix

The Zone of the Enders titles occupy a strange place in games history as well as a vaulted one within gamers’ collective memory - a pair of titles referred to in near mythic tones and word-of-mouth reverence. Perhaps it’s the straightforward connection to the Metal Gear franchise, given that the stunning demo for Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty came as a bonus with the first title. Perhaps it’s the inescapable mark of Hideo Kojima and the overall feel of an auteur’s treasured side project that’s readily identifiable. Either way, whatever makes Zone of the Enders different has survived the conversion to HD, bringing a fairly niche experience to a wider audience. (PS3, Xbox 360, Zone of the Enders HD Collection) 8/10

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