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.

Édition spéciale

The Special Edition for Zeno Clash 2 includes:

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

À propos de ce jeu

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!

Configuration requise

    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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XxKinkillaxX
( 12.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Zeno Clash 2 is way too underrated... It's so much better than the original game, yet almost the same... feels like developers made a game that first Zeno Clash was meant to be. Another neat thing is that the storyline is connected. So I highly suggest you play Zeno Clash before picking up Zeno Clash 2, as you most likely won't understand the story behind Ghat's 'family' and what happened to it in the events of the original.

Pros~
Unique enemy designs
Areas to explore is unique and different from the last
Some RPG Mechanics
Very nicely done FP Melee
Good Voice Acting

Cons~
If you never played the first game then you will not understand anything that is currently going on in Zenozoik
Some of the secodary items have to be used in combat which makes it slightly difficult when being beat on and what not.
Short game

Zeno Clash 2 blooms with a colorful thoughtful world and is truly an under-rated and under-appreciated title on Steam.
Worth the money? Definitely worth the full price even if you do not buy it on sale
10/10
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Coisa
( 6.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 juin
I've mixed feelings about this game, and I can't be sure if a review might have you decided to buy or even play this game. In terms of gameplay it is so robust. At a given moment I thought this was one of the worst games I've tried. Combat might seem pleasant to watch, at a first sight, but don't fall for it. The fuel resource of fight (somekind of breath bar) is way to slow to charge, and definitely a game breaker. Hits that don't land, combo sequences that aren't easy to grasp and and lack of responsivity helps to create a sensation of unfatomable failure of gameplay mechanics.

Yet I like what they've done.

The stranger-left-aside feeling is a constant when playing the first Zeno Clash, and this sequel brings some closure to much of the mysteries the first game held. Not sure if was a good decision, since I doubt anyone strived through Zeno Clash only because of the narrative. I believe the narrative should be suspended and we, the players, should be allowed to draw the significance for each element that ilustrates a very complex and artistical chimeric creation.

In its original art concept Zeno Clash is a book of sand, different from that other of Dark Souls. Dark souls had its mystery dissipated by the community of players, who helped to invent the mythos. I feel that Zeno Clash had a shrouded mystery that was put there without intent, but lacked vivid explanations. The sequel (Zeno Clash II) is focused in developing the disastrous story they put up at the first game.

Buy it if you are feeling adventurous.

(bought during summer sale, of course).
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Liviu222
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Posté le : 25 juin
is a not so good sequel but is ok 8/10
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Posté le : 24 juin
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
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Posté le : 19 juin
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 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 juin
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 ✌
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Posté le : 17 juin
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
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Posté le : 10 juin
fun, but buggy and needs owrk for voice acting, glitches.
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Samurai Shaq
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Posté le : 7 juin
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
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Posté le : 5 juin
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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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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Posté le : 29 juin
Zeno Clash 2 is way too underrated... It's so much better than the original game, yet almost the same... feels like developers made a game that first Zeno Clash was meant to be. Another neat thing is that the storyline is connected. So I highly suggest you play Zeno Clash before picking up Zeno Clash 2, as you most likely won't understand the story behind Ghat's 'family' and what happened to it in the events of the original.

Pros~
Unique enemy designs
Areas to explore is unique and different from the last
Some RPG Mechanics
Very nicely done FP Melee
Good Voice Acting

Cons~
If you never played the first game then you will not understand anything that is currently going on in Zenozoik
Some of the secodary items have to be used in combat which makes it slightly difficult when being beat on and what not.
Short game

Zeno Clash 2 blooms with a colorful thoughtful world and is truly an under-rated and under-appreciated title on Steam.
Worth the money? Definitely worth the full price even if you do not buy it on sale
10/10
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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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is a not so good sequel but is ok 8/10
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Zeno Clash 2 ne corrige pas les défauts ludiques du premier épisode et ne séduira donc aucun de ses détracteurs. Plutôt que de s'épuiser à rattraper l'irrattrapable, il a préféré prendre un soin tout particulier à bichonner ses fans en renforçant ses qualités. Le background, l'atmosphère, le scénario, l'onirisme et la brutalité enfin, surtout, le design -mon dieu ce design !-, tout est là. Zenozoik n'a jamais été aussi fascinante...et ouverte ! Sans parler d'open world, les aires de jeu sont beaucoup plus vastes et la progression est désormais libre ; Chez ACE Team on est conscients d'avoir crée un univers en or et c'est sur celui-ci qu'a été mis l'accent. On peut désormais s'y promener, s'y perdre presque, mais surtout s'y émerveiller de chaque rencontre. La variété des tableaux fait qu'en fin d'aventure on a la tête bourrée d'images et de couleurs, satisfait et conscient d'avoir traversé une fresque incroyable. Il n'y a pas que la vue d'ensemble qui soit belle, la chasse aux détails dont fourmille chaque vallée, chaque forêt, chaque désert est un régal - à ce niveau, on ne parle plus d'originalité ou de fraîcheur mais de génie. Tous les environnements s'emboîtent dans la cohérence et le respect de la géographie du premier Zeno Clash, une topographie validée par quelques panoramas qui font rêver. Plus que jamais, on a envie d'aller voir ce qu'il y a de l'autre côté du Bout du Monde, de violer ses frontières, d'en déshabiller l'inconnu.

Et en plus ils ont rajouté de la coop, histoire de donner envie de se retaper l'aventure une deuxième fois de suite sitôt le générique de fin entamé. Jamais un jeu aussi imprécis, mou et chiant à jouer n'aura été aussi passionnant à jouer. Car Zeno Clash 2, comme son aîné, n'est pas tant un BTA ou un FPS qu'un conte étrange et hypnotique. A acheter d'urgence pour peu qu'on sache où l'on met les pieds.
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Posté le : 13 février 2014
Il ne faut pas voir Zeno Clash 2 comme un simple jeux. Sinon les nombreux défauts vous sauteront aux yeux et vous gâcheront le plaisir.
Zeno clash troc son gameplay couloir, pour un monde ouvert malheureusement bien vide.
Il est évident en jouant à Zeno clash 2 que ACE team a voulu être à la hauteur de ses ambitions vis-à-vis du premier. Malheureusement faire un monde ouvert demande de gros moyens financiers ce qui n'est pas le cas de cette petite équipe chilienne. Au premier abord le jeu m'a déplu, j'y préférai son grand frère certes très couloir mais pour le coup plus cohérent. Et puis en assistant j'ai découvert un scénario fantastique, des personnages encore plus énigmatiques que dans le premier, et un univers en fin de compte bien plus cohérent que le premier.
Pour apprécier Zeno clash 2 il faut passer outre son gameplay poussif, lourd, son monde ouvert un peu bordélique et vide à base de TP séparant chaque zone. Plutôt déroutant au début voire déplaisant on finit par se faire à cette organisation des déplacements qui trahit en grande partie les petits moyens de son équipe de développements.
Mais mais ceci n'est rien face aux talent extraordinaire dont ons fait preuve les équipes de ACE team.
Je reprends à ce titre mot pour mot la critique que j'avais fait de Zeno clash 1 :
Enfant caché que Salvador Dali cette petite équipe chilienne a réussi à créer un univers unique onirique fantastique dignes enfants du mouvement surréaliste des peintres comme Salvador Dali.
Alors oui ! Le game play vous fera pester, le monde ouvert manquant cruellement de vie. Mais quel voyage mes amis, jamais, je dis bien jamais le jeu vidéo ne vous aura fait voyagé à ce point la.
Si l'on fait fi des défauts techniques et de jeunesse du jeu, on n'en ressort alors bouleversé par autant de créativité et d'imagination.

Un jeu dont il aurait suffi un gros budget pour en faire un chef-d'oeuvre.
Le jeu paye malheureusement les petits moyens financiers de son développeur, mais cela n'enlève rien au talent et à la passion qu’ a investi cette petite équipe chilienne.

En somme du grand jeu vidéo d'auteur, passionné de peinture et d'art surréaliste. Mais du jeu vidéo moyen voir mauvais pour le grand public faute de moyens.
Il faudra donc à celui qui achète le jeu afin de l'apprécier, qu'ils soient capable de passer outre des défauts techniques inhérents aux petits équipes faisant des jeu vidéo avec de petits moyens mais un grand talent.
Au vu du résultat visuel et artistique on pourrait dire que Zeno clash était trop ambitieux pour ce petit studio. Néanmoins au vu de l'univers si particulier ils étaient les seuls à pouvoir le faire.

et je vous invite tous a soutenir la sortie de zeno clash 3 en rejoignant le ce groupe est en postant un com http://steamcommunity.com/groups/ghat3 .
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Posté le : 4 novembre 2014
Grand fan du premier opus, j'attendais avec impatience cette suite et quelle déception...
Le gameplay est plus fourni que le premier, on a plus de coup mais les combats sont toujours aussi brouillons, on retrouve les mêmes problèmes que le premier.
Déjà, pour comprendre ce qui s'est passé entre le 1 et le 2, on est obliger de finir un tutorial extrêment mal foutu et compliqué (oyé je n'ai pas fini tant il m'a énervé).
En plus, la copine du héros semble avoir disparut de l'histoire sans explication ce qui est idiot car c'était l'un des personnages principaux du 1er.
Deçu @@@
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Posté le : 29 novembre 2014
Zeno Clash 2, fidèle à l'esprit du premier opus, nous replonge dans cet univers bien trouvé et bien tordu. Une nouvelle histoire débute. Ou peut être qu'elle ne fait que continuer..

Peaufiné, amélioré, ce deuxième volet est plus plaisant à jouer car avec cet effet de monde ouvert, celui ci nous donne une impression de (semi) liberté (car le jeu reste linéaire).

Contrairement à ce qui se dit, le tuto est relativement simple si vous appliquez ce qu'on vous demande et rapidement, un peu comme un combot sur Tekken ou Street...

Pas trop mal dans l'ensemble.

7.5/10
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Posté le : 21 juin 2014
Mais que se passe-t-il donc au Chili ? Un manque d'oxygène ? De la salade riche en substances hallucinogènes ? Le développeur ACE Team de la série Zeno Clash a en tout cas une imagination débordante, pour proposer un jeu d'action-aventure à la première personne avec une direction artistique détonante !
L'histoire se laisse suivre agréablement, avec une fin plutôt bien trouvée et qui donne du relief à l'ensemble du monde de Zeno. Les combats (principalement au corps à corps) y sont bien pêchus, et le faible nombre d'armes à feu peut frustrer étant donné leur efficacité assez viscérale d'ailleurs.
Un bon petit jeu pour ceux qui aiment s'évader, et qui a la bonne idée d'être plus long que son aîné. Attention toutefois, il est préférable d'avoir joué à Zeno Clash premier du nom pour bien apprécier tous les tenants et aboutissants de l'histoire...
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