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Submitted by MetalArcade 809d ago | review

Zeno Clash 2 Review | Metal Arcade

Metal Arcade: Nate Gray writes:

I feel guilty, as if I shouldn’t be enjoying this game as much as I am. It’s so incredibly ridiculous, and I’m a complete bully in it. There’s an open-world feel to Zeno Clash 2, as the game pretty much lets you beat up on anyone and anything for any reason, with a rare few exceptions. And, of course, my instinct is to beat everyone up. Now, I love me an open-ended game -- I've logged more hours than I’m proud to admit into Skyrim -- but even there I’ve never run around killing or beating up on people for no good reason; it felt wrong. But in Zeno Clash 2? My goodness, it feels so right, and so good. (PC, Zeno Clash 2) -

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