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Submitted by Ministerb 574d ago | review

Zeno Clash 2: Review | Hard Reset

Let’s take a trip back in time shall we? Ok let’s jump back a few years ago when a little game called Dark Messiah of Might and Magic was released. Does anyone remember that game? I know I sure do. It wasn’t anything stellar, but it was a solid game that was pretty fun to play most of the time. I remember at the time of the game’s release that everyone collectively picked on the fact that you could just kick-spam your way out of most jams. (PS3, Xbox 360, Zeno Clash 2) 2/5

Snookies12  +   574d ago
This has always struck me as a love/hate series. You either really like it, or just hate it. I never really cared for the first game personally. Though, I see that it was at least unique, and you have to give it some respect for going out on a limb.
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Ministerb  +   574d ago
I know what you mean, To me it sounds like a good idea poorly executed.

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