Ghat's story is far from over: Zeno Clash 2 picks up where the deliciously brazen first game left off. After 4 years of waiting, the sequel to the surreal first-person brawler brings more variety in combat and levels, and even more bizarre storytelling into the beguiling world of Zenozoik.
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Frame-rate Challenge Mode:
Sometimes the internet leaks into games, and even Zeno Clash 2 can’t escape. In this unique challenge, surreal wireframe enemies begin spawning with increasing frequency. The enemies still require skill to beat, but the waves are only limited by one thing: the PC’s performance. Eking every last ounce of computational horsepower will be the key to surviving as long as possible in this highly unusual challenge.

Coliseum Challenge Mode:
This wave-based attack mode will push players to the limit. 50 waves of enemies will spawn, with increasing difficulty. True mastery of Zeno Clash 2’s first-person combat system of deadly combos will lead brawlers to victory, but there is some respite between rounds as players will have access to the store to buy weapons, power-ups, even allies. Unlike the game, there’s no restriction on the number of allies either, so get ready for the most intense, all-out, battle royale in all of Zenozoik.

Edición especial

The Special Edition for Zeno Clash 2 includes:

  • ‘The Art of ‘Zenozoik’ digital artbook
  • Zeno Clash 2 Original Soundtrack

Acerca de este juego

Ghat's story is far from over: Zeno Clash 2 picks up where the deliciously brazen first game left off. After 4 years of waiting, the sequel to the surreal first-person brawler brings more variety in combat and levels, and even more bizarre storytelling into the beguiling world of Zenozoik. Join forces with your former foe Rimat and battle against scores of angry denizens, preventing their dastardly machinations from being realized.

Zeno Clash 2 welcomes new players to the Zeno Clash universe with a new game that will bring them into the universe and fill them in on the backstory. Returning players will delight in the connections between the new settings and the first adventure. All players will thoroughly enjoy playing a first-person brawler that provides a rarity in modern gaming: a truly unique experience.

Zeno Clash 2 has beefed up its combat engine with precision punch targeting, blocking, and high-impact hits that only make the bone-crunching, face-rattling fistcuffs more satisfying. The new "Lock-on" function gives players a wider range of control for dishing out the damage. New RPG mechanics will allow Ghat and Rimat to punch harder, defend better, and recruit more powerful allies to aid in their quest. Zeno Clash 2 now harnesses the full power of the Unreal III engine to bring the bizarre and beautiful world of Zenozoik to life. ACE Team's boundless imagination brings gamers into a universe of surreal foes, fantastic locations, and truly unique visuals that is unlike anything else you will ever play. With the newly added drop-in/drop-out co-op play, Zeno Clash 2 invites you AND a friend to dive once more into the fray!

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 4800+
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 4 GB free hard drive space
    • Video Card: ATI 3850HD 512 MB or NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT 512MB
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 4 GB free hard drive space
    • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
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Liviu222
( 1.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de junio
is a not so good sequel but is ok 8/10
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Publicado el 24 de junio
Zeno Clash 2 is the sequel to ACE Team's fantastic Zeno Clash, which should already be obvious by the name. Seriously though, I must congratulate ACE Team, since they delivered a great follow-up to an excellent game.

In this game, we still play as Ghat. After the events of the first game, the North Golem has established a prison in Halstedom, and imprisoned FatherMother in it. However, Ghat isn't happy with the Golem trying to impose his rules, and so he, along with his sister Rimat, start a "quest" to kick the Golem out of Zenozoik.

The combat system has been greatly improved; now there's a lot of different attacks, and you can chain them up into powerful combos, and weapons have received changes as well; they now feel a lot more satisfying to use, although nothing can beat punching the face of every opponent you meet with your bare hands. Now this game is a lot more open than the first one; while the story progress in a linear way, the game world allows you to revisit areas after you acquire new abilities, allowing you to find new paths and such. There's also an air of RPG mechanics, since you can level up certain stats, and a few characters offer you sidequests which reward you with new weapons, abilities, or allies.

The game also features a coop mode, with the second player taking the role of Rimat. While in singleplayer you can call Rimat and another ally for some battles, it's in coop that the combat system shines. Not only will you both be kicking and punching your way around Zenozoik, but having a second player opens new possibilities: your friend can grab an enemy for you to kick at your pleasure; and it'll also make some of the fights more interesting, having someone to help you out that isn't AI controlled. It also features a challenge mode with three different maps: the Colosseum, where you fight 50 waves of enemies, with a brief time between waves to buy allies or upgrades (this one can be played coop, too!); the Framerate Arena, where you must keep killing enemies in order to keep your FPS count over 25; and the Rock of Ages challenge, which is like the Colosseum, only that you control the boulder from Rock of Ages, one of ACE Team's games, and you can only buy allies in the store.

The soundtrack is top notch; with different tunes for each area, including day and night tracks (yes, the game features a day/night cycle), and combat music. Very well done, in my opinion. And the level design leaves nothing to be desired, the world in Zeno Clash 2 is even more bizarre than its predecessor, and that's great. You'll find lots of interesting locations while you travel through Zenozoik. Another great thing about this game is that it fills a lot of details regarding the history of Zenozoik, while still leaving some things unanswered, which makes me wish for a third game, even when it does a good job at wrapping up Ghat's story, I still want to see and learn more of this world.

Well, I think that's enough for Zeno Clash 2. If you enjoyed the original, then you should definitely get this one, as it has everything that made the first one, and takes it up to eleven.
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Sarkoth
( 40.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de junio
The weirdest beat'em up you'll ever play. This time with an open world and actual quests.

A memorable experience.
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hitt.william
( 7.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de junio
I had a wonderful time playing this with a friend of mine. The world is endlessly interesting, and the two Zeno Clash titles are really true works of art. I always seem to generate big ideas about what is happening in the game, and the oddity keeps anything from feeling overly familiar. In addition, the first-person punching combat is done quite well, and does not exist in many other games. It's quite satisfying to hit an enemy with a three punch combo, stun them, grab them, and deliver a piledriver.
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KEEP GLOBALIST CUCKERY OUT ✌
( 0.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de junio
Somehow, this turned to be the only game besides Doom3 to strike me with an annoying motion sickness. Cold sweating almost.
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Mr.Willie
( 7.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de junio
fun, but buggy and needs owrk for voice acting, glitches.
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Samurai Shaq
( 0.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 7 de junio
Let me give you guys some insight. The first Zeno Clash was unique. It had style, an absolutely amazing fluid/fast paced combat system that is probably my favorite indie game of all time. But it was'nt without its downsides with the level design and lackluster boss fights.

Zeno Clash 2 I played for less than an hour and I hated it. Everything I loved about the first game dissolved away. The combat sucked, the story sucked, everyone felt so stale with no characterization. I wanted to love this sequel but when I saw the awful approach they took to it, I realized there was nothing here for me.

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Woz
( 0.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de junio
Zeno Clash 1 had many flaws but was an interesting concept. That said said I never finished ZC1 due to its flaws.

I picked up Zeno Clash 2 as part of a bundle so cost me a few cents and it was a wasted purchase. I like the environment art style but it feels like they have tried to turn this into an RPG with quests, levels and the like.

I hardly scratched the surface and buggy glitchy graphics meant I had to restart the game twice.

Quickly got bored at the zero focus it has and dull combat. The first mission appeared to be find someone, hit him once/ Job done. Just don't waste your cash, 30 mins in and uninstalling, it is that bad

Combat is boring
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Hikumi
( 8.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 31 de mayo
The reason why Zeno Clash 2 wasn't tagged as a FPS is because you only "shoot" 10% of the time, while the other 90% is spent in melee combat. And while first person melee combat is a thing nowadays, most of them see players in sword fights or other similar melee weapons combat. Zeno Clash 2, however, focuses more on martial prowess, with emphasis on punches and kicks strung together into stylish combos, all seen from a first-person perspective. Playing Zeno Clash 2 is like watching one of those kung-fu action movies where the viewers get some interactive scenes to determine the plot advancement.

In some ways that is a great concept and a fresh introduction in the gaming industry, but it could be a bad thing. Despite the available number of moves and combos the players get in the game, unless you actually memorize each and every one of them you'll find that you'd end up repetitively spamming the same attacks anyway.

Overall it is a good game, maybe not the best game in the market, but good enough if you need to kill time. Or, in this case, punch and kick some time.

5 out of 10.
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Dead Charles
( 4.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de mayo
A very interesting game, expanding slightly on its very linear predecessor, however the bugs seem to have won. Hit mapping seems to be a little off and the odd glitch will force you to restart a chapter. I was unable to continue due to an error not allowing other opponents to spawn in, which has knocked my motivation to restart back to that chapter. I find it sad I have to give this a negative review, because I love the world they've created, but bugs so prominent can't be ignored if they halt the gameplay so often.
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The reason why Zeno Clash 2 wasn't tagged as a FPS is because you only "shoot" 10% of the time, while the other 90% is spent in melee combat. And while first person melee combat is a thing nowadays, most of them see players in sword fights or other similar melee weapons combat. Zeno Clash 2, however, focuses more on martial prowess, with emphasis on punches and kicks strung together into stylish combos, all seen from a first-person perspective. Playing Zeno Clash 2 is like watching one of those kung-fu action movies where the viewers get some interactive scenes to determine the plot advancement.

In some ways that is a great concept and a fresh introduction in the gaming industry, but it could be a bad thing. Despite the available number of moves and combos the players get in the game, unless you actually memorize each and every one of them you'll find that you'd end up repetitively spamming the same attacks anyway.

Overall it is a good game, maybe not the best game in the market, but good enough if you need to kill time. Or, in this case, punch and kick some time.

5 out of 10.
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fun, but buggy and needs owrk for voice acting, glitches.
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Zeno Clash 2 is the sequel to ACE Team's fantastic Zeno Clash, which should already be obvious by the name. Seriously though, I must congratulate ACE Team, since they delivered a great follow-up to an excellent game.

In this game, we still play as Ghat. After the events of the first game, the North Golem has established a prison in Halstedom, and imprisoned FatherMother in it. However, Ghat isn't happy with the Golem trying to impose his rules, and so he, along with his sister Rimat, start a "quest" to kick the Golem out of Zenozoik.

The combat system has been greatly improved; now there's a lot of different attacks, and you can chain them up into powerful combos, and weapons have received changes as well; they now feel a lot more satisfying to use, although nothing can beat punching the face of every opponent you meet with your bare hands. Now this game is a lot more open than the first one; while the story progress in a linear way, the game world allows you to revisit areas after you acquire new abilities, allowing you to find new paths and such. There's also an air of RPG mechanics, since you can level up certain stats, and a few characters offer you sidequests which reward you with new weapons, abilities, or allies.

The game also features a coop mode, with the second player taking the role of Rimat. While in singleplayer you can call Rimat and another ally for some battles, it's in coop that the combat system shines. Not only will you both be kicking and punching your way around Zenozoik, but having a second player opens new possibilities: your friend can grab an enemy for you to kick at your pleasure; and it'll also make some of the fights more interesting, having someone to help you out that isn't AI controlled. It also features a challenge mode with three different maps: the Colosseum, where you fight 50 waves of enemies, with a brief time between waves to buy allies or upgrades (this one can be played coop, too!); the Framerate Arena, where you must keep killing enemies in order to keep your FPS count over 25; and the Rock of Ages challenge, which is like the Colosseum, only that you control the boulder from Rock of Ages, one of ACE Team's games, and you can only buy allies in the store.

The soundtrack is top notch; with different tunes for each area, including day and night tracks (yes, the game features a day/night cycle), and combat music. Very well done, in my opinion. And the level design leaves nothing to be desired, the world in Zeno Clash 2 is even more bizarre than its predecessor, and that's great. You'll find lots of interesting locations while you travel through Zenozoik. Another great thing about this game is that it fills a lot of details regarding the history of Zenozoik, while still leaving some things unanswered, which makes me wish for a third game, even when it does a good job at wrapping up Ghat's story, I still want to see and learn more of this world.

Well, I think that's enough for Zeno Clash 2. If you enjoyed the original, then you should definitely get this one, as it has everything that made the first one, and takes it up to eleven.
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Vale, se ven ciertos avances con respecto al primero.

Se nota que la historia está más elaborada y consigue matnenerte en vilo, sigue siendo demasiado bizarro, pero eso desde mi punto de vista es algo muy bueno. En lo que no vi demasiados cambios fue en la banda sonora, es muy parecida a la del 1.

El sistema de control está muy mejorado y ahora pocos bugs me he encontrado a lo largo de la historia principal.

El mundo es semi abierto, puedes desplazarte libremente entre diferentes zonas, en ese sentido no es tan lineal como el primero, y dispone de sidequest muy simples pero que otorgan alguna mejora.

Se han añadido stats al personaje principal, pero tan solo 4, así que mejorar al personaje pasa a un segundo o tercer plano.

Hay varios combos cuerpo a cuerpo que no había en el 1 y tiene mas armas, además aunque manejes a un solo personaje, siempre tienes otros dos que te asisten, está pensado para jugarlo online con amigos, está muy bien en ese sentido.

Tal como el uno, no es un juego que vaya a gustar a todo el mundo, pero dado que es muy cortito, curioso y tremendamente artístico, (hasta el punto de no tener nada que envidiar a las vistas panorámicas de por ejemplo, God Of War) no está de más echarle un vistazo.

Tiene un minijuego del Rock of Ages, supongo que para hacerle publicidad.
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15.6 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de diciembre de 2013
Un rpg que muestra una interesante cultura y estilo de juego algo distinto a lo habitual. Corto y con pocas misiones optativas para mi parecer, pero sin duda un buen juego en general. Imprescindible jugar al predecesor.
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Publicado el 11 de agosto de 2015
Puñetazos, mundo semi-abierto con temtica monstruo y romana ademas de buena grafica y variedad de combos y armas, no esta mal nada tipico
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6.6 h registradas
Publicado el 9 de diciembre de 2014
Esperaba mucho de esta segunda parte ya que el primer juego me encantó tanto por su originalidad como su misteriosa (y extraña) trama. Pero esta segunda parte me ha decepcionado. Pero vayamos por partes.
Graficamente sigue la misma estética del primer juego, algo mejorado en cuanto a modelado y texturas pero más o menos igual. Donde ha ganado es en los escenarios que son mucho más grandes dando sensación de un poco de mundo abierto (pero no lo es) explorando grandes zonas llenas de ... nada, no hay motivo alguno a explorar. El diseño sigue siendo igual de extraño y exótico, pero genial y hace que reconozcas el juego a simple vista. Un diseño único que te hace decir más de una vez "que ♥♥♥♥♥ es eso??! " xD.

En cuanto al gameplay sigue igual al del primer juego pero con más combos. Es decir, uno de los mejores sistemas de lucha cuerpo a cuerpo en primera persona que he visto. Es lo mejor del juego y de hecho lo que vas a estar haciendo siempre. Una pena k las armas de fuego no respondan tan bien pero la esencia es el cuerpo a cuerpo y es genial.

¿Entonces donde falla? Pues en el guión. La primera mitad del juego vas desconcertado porque no parece enlazarse con el primer juego, parece que se haya girado completamente lo que pasó ... es raro (más de lo normal quiero decir xD) e incoherente. A partir de la mitad del juego mejora porque parece que empieza a desvelar los secretos de la historia y si, se desvelan cosas.... pero hasta el final dejan más dudas y cosas sin sentido que otra cosa.... al final acabas diciendo un "pues vale..." . El desarrollo de personajes es nulo, de hecho la que te acompaña parece que venga de paquete... No hay emoción ni nada que te motive a seguir, más que incertidumbre de no saber casi que narices quieres conseguir. El primer juego planteaba cosas interesantes y este las bases k plantea también lo son pero parece que la forma de desarrollarlas no están bien conseguidas ni bien acabadas... a no ser que hagan una tercera parte explicando y mejorando más ...

La duración del juego también ha sido mejorada ya que el primero duraba unas 4 escasas horas. Este me ha durado unas 6 horas y media, si te entretienes un poco quizás dura un poco más. Aunque lo que lo alarga más son los paseos entre niveles y las batallas que cuando son muchos se alargan bastante.

El juego lo recomiendo para los que hayan jugado el primer juego y quieran ver como acaba (suerte si entendeis lo que sea que quieran que entiendas). Si buscais en esta segunda parte un gameplay renovado y con mejoras y algo nuevo olvdaos, es una segunda parte muy continuista sin novedades. Lo mejor de todo es el diseño, ambientación y el gameplay de los combates (basicamente lo único que hay, porque explorar y hablar más bien poco...). Y algunas pistas en según que niveles harían falta porque hay cosas que no son nada intuitivas (hasta que aprendes a usar el dispositivo de vinculación tela...)
A todos los que sean nuevos os recomiendo mejor el 1 y si como yo quereis solamente ver como sigue el tema pues éste , en oferta bien baratito aún se deja jugar... pero en general no lo recomiendo, solo fans del 1 y/o que os gusten juegos raros que no acaben explicando coherentemente todo xD. Por eso lo dejo como no recomendado a pesar de estar muy bien hecho el juego y parecerme un gran trabajo, pero la mayoria ya se vio en el primer juego y la trama se queda floja y en el aire (en mi opinión claro).
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11.5 h registradas
Publicado el 28 de agosto de 2014
El juego es como las weas pero a la larga es bueno, a la larga.
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1.9 h registradas
Publicado el 20 de junio de 2014
Buen juego, me encantan los combos de lucha :D
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3.5 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de junio de 2014
excelente juego 100% recomendable. tiene muy buenos graficos y bastante bueno el modo multijugador online no es compatible con mandos genericos pero todo lo demas esta muy bien este juego simulador de luchas
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