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Submitted by Gameolio 2004d ago | review

Gameolio XBLA Review: Zeno Clash

Dan, from Gameolio, writes:

"Zeno Clash has been a game of interest ever since I first saw it on Steam. The idea of melee in the first person and a combat system to support this commanded my attention. Previously playing, and enjoying, Mirror’s Edge I was interested to see how they tackled hand-to-hand combat up close and personal. While Mirror’s Edge was different in the sense that it wasn’t about the combat as much as running away from your opponents, there was a combat system in place. I found it quite clumsy and awkward, enough reason to stick to running away for the most part. However the idea was interesting and Zeno Clash is here to display it." (Xbox 360, Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition)
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