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Zone Of The Enders
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It is not actually endless.

9 years, 10 months ago at Jan 3 23:20
I was experimenting with new games when I got my new PS2. I read a delightful review about this game which compared it to Xenogears, which was my current obsession of the time.

However, the game turned out to be more action than RPG. So there wasn't much of a story.

The game was also really short and had zero replayability. It was an obviously rushed onto the market.
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Description: Apart from the likes of the Mechwarrior series, mainly aimed at hard-core gamers, robot fighting sims have not really caught on in the West. Due to an extremely canny piece of marketing on Konami's part Z.O.E. comes packaged with a demo of the sequel to Metal Gear Solid, a serious candidate for best game ever and the game that introduces the delights of Gundam, Patlabor and others to a more general European audience. Forget the derivative sci-fi back story: Z.O.E. is all about arcade action. Pilot your oversized Mech through dozens of encounters with other automated units all out for your blood. An element of strategy is added ... (more)
Manufacturer: Konami
Release date: 1 November 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 4012927022917
Tags: Third-person Shooter (1), Hack And Slash (1), Konami (1), Japanese (1), Action (1), PS2 (1)
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