Zeno Clash II Crack/Patch

Zeno Clash II Building upon the daring visual design and gratifying first-person fisticuffs of the acclaimed original, Zeno Clash II is bigger, bolder, and better in every way. Zenozoik comes alive like never before, an open world waiting to be explored, one rendered with breathtaking splendor. As Ghat, players can fully and freely explore every natural and architectural wonder his world has to offer. In addition to most of the characters, enemies, and items from the first game all of which return with dramatic visual enhancement--Ghat can also expect to encounter awe-inspiring new sights, jaw-dropping new creature designs, and wildly creative new weapons and items.

Download Zeno Clash II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 63 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1703
Genre Action, Role-Playing, Adventure, Action RPG, Beat-'Em-Up, 3D, First-Person, Fantasy
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Atlus / ACE Team

Zeno Clash II reviews ( 6 )

Zolkowski, May 5, 2013

The epitome of innovation, art, and style. To anyone one on the fence that isn't afraid of trying something new I implore you to try out Zeno Clash. There is absolutely nothing like it. The fact that people have to reach as far as the melee in Condemned or Chronicles of Riddick to describe what kind of game it is is self-explanatory on the unique flavor the game brings. It's nothing like those (apart from punching) either. It's a shame that reviewers do not realize or emphasize on that point. Not only is it something brand new; it's done very, very well. The work presented (especially in Zeno Clash 2) seems to have more work put into it than many AAA studios are able to put in. And this is only at $20, another point reviewers seem to forget. There are hundreds of different Characters you encounter that add a spice of life and immersion. From complete and awe-inducing variation of environments to unique weapons and abilities never thought of before, it's something I wish more studios would at least take a little inspiration from. The lore and story are destined to be a cult classic. Zeno Clash 1 creates many questions. Zeno Clash 2 answers them and leaves more. At face value it seems to be intelligible with no depth. You need to pry it open to realize exactly how much was put into it. The dialogue (Especially among Zenozoiks) is cryptic yet simple for a reason. Many are plagued with habits, deformities, and behavior that can be understood at least on a basic level. Please, please, PLEASE support this kind of innovative entertainment from a company like this. It pains me to see the poor reception and likely lack of sales from them when it feels like they are focusing on the game entirely wrong. Technical aspects are talked about and quite frankly are poorly researched. Complaints of locking on, when the option to do it automatically can be turned off. The AI fits the behavior of the world. Sometimes hitting eachother to get them out of the way, but also working together enough to put up a fight. It honestly doesn't feel broken or bad as some reviews have stated. It feels real and the feedback of fighting is fantastic. Anyone who has capability to understand what a game is portraying and looking beyond the face-value mechanics will find this game beyond exceptional. If you're the type of gamer who simply wants to play another game to waste time and kill things, ignore story and message, and rush through things then please save it. Your criticism is drawing away from those who will have one of the best gaming experiences in a long time.

kastr0, Jul 21, 2013

Really unique game, and a helluva good time if you know what you're doing. It seems like a lot of "professional" critics couldn't figure out how to string along a decent combo and use the space to move around, i.e. sucked at the game and got mad, subsequently punishing the game for actually requiring a neuron or two to generate a spark by giving them an "OK" score. This game is far from OK. This game is symbolic of the unperturbed vision an artist conceives. It represents the hard work and dedication of artists trusting in the purity of that vision and following through on it. What you get is an incredibly fun, simple game with a decent amount of depth, and amazing ambience, all for 20 bucks. Oh and I forgot to mention, it's open world. A simple open world, but still breathtaking in places, with plenty of little nooks and crannys to hide things. Be warned, the game is a trip

Sinnfury, May 4, 2013

I love it! If you like the first then you will love this one:D I love the openess of this one compared to zc1. Combat is improved. Devs brought a patch out for FOV as people asked within a day or 2 of launch. It's very pretty to look at and story is twisted and awesome just like the first:D If you are buying to play co-op I would wait a few days as they are bringing out a patch with some co-op fixes hopefully in the next week. I have had 3 very small problems in co-op but since they do not happen constantly I don't have much of an issue playing co-op right now but some people are a little more fussy. Possibly a syncing issue more than bugs? Don't let this one pass you by if you like weird and wonderful games it is worth every penny:D

UntoldAv3nGer, Aug 8, 2013

What am I doing? Why am I doing this? These are questions I asked myself during Zeno Clash 2. It is truly a wonderful and unique experience, and a beautiful game. I liked the combat flow but the story was very hard to follow and the game is short, length-wise (I got to 8 hours). Characters are neat and very inventive. The settings (my favorite is Rath-Bird Fields) look like Dr. Seuss places. Very interesting. There are guns and grenades plus a hammer to hit with. I never used the grenades. Some parts of the game are completely hard. Like I was in the End-World and I didn't know what to do at all. You have to shoot stuff at the sun, use green gas to connect orbs, light candles with moving spheres-- it's all extremely weird and hard without a Walkthrough (recommend GameSpot's). It gets pretty intense. I loved punching enemies off of cliffs and stuff. The guns are unlike the ones in a modern fps game. Pistols have no more than 12 bullets. A shotgun would surprise me if it had that much. The missions are a hit or miss. I was sometimes stuck not knowing whether to go to the cave or the End-World, canyon, or both. Some glitches here and there (I could see through protagonist's shoulder when he swung a hammer at a bird). Boss battles are a hit or miss. Sometimes very hard, sometimes easy. In the final boss battle I couldn't really tell what was going on. There are a lot of combat-combos. I can never memorize them all in games. Sometimes I just marveled at the developer's creativity. Like seriously, if there was a creativity award it would go to the Zeno Clash series. Birds hooked to a string used as beacons for fast travel? That's pretty cool. Overall an 8, this is the most amazing world I have ever experienced in a game.

Jones21, May 1, 2013

The second game in the series, with an even better combat mechanic. This game has one of the best melee system for an fps in a game. Combat is varied, you can unleash different combos and throws to your enemies and it all feels right and not clunky like in Skyrim. The graphic is ok, though there are some parts in this game where the environment is beautiful. Storywise it continues after the first game and you have to play the first game to understand it. Voice acting ranges from ok to pretty much bad, but after a couple of hours into the game it gets better. Must be me adjusting to the crappyness. The game is open world this time around, so there's plenty of locations to visit. You have a map, but there's no mini map, it's all just layouts of which part of a large area you are in which makes navigating around to quest spots annoying. Overall it's ok.

Sea69, May 6, 2013

Zeno Clash 2 is a great and unique game filled with crazy looking cretures that you can punch in the face. Which is really enjoyable. The art style is awesome and creepy sometimes, its like developers were on shrooms, but it's a good thing in this case imo. The game got a few minuses though. Combat system is not always work the way you want it to, some moves are very hard to do, some are limited, tutorial could be better and the game is buggy. But im sure it will be sorted out. From what i have seen ACE team is very attentive to community and they treat players with respect.