Submitted by Cyrus365 1761d ago | review

Tech-Gaming: Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition Review

Tech-Gaming writes: "Despite the ability of contemporary consoles to articulate any kind of imagined world - from a post-apocalyptic landscape to a medieval countryside, most of our games reflect familiar settings. Typically, processing power is used to reproduce actual cities or engineer meticulously detailed physics models, rather than producing an artificial location removed from our reality. Whereas most titles strive for real-world recreation, Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition delivers a healthy serving of other-worldly inspiration, allowing players to explore a delightfully unfamiliar landscape." (Xbox 360, Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition) B+/A+

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