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8:30 AM on 03.14.2014

See how the fighting system works in Abyss Odyssey

Abyss Odyssey is set to release later this year on the 360, PC, and PS3, and now you can get a closer look at the battle system. ACE Team has stated that they wanted this 2D platformer to feel more like a fighting game, and ...

Chris Carter


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2:00 PM on 03.05.2014

Abyss Odyssey is a 2D platformer with roguelike elements

ACE Team's next game is Abyss Odyssey, a 2D platformer that contains roguelike designs and randomly generated levels. The developer's intention is to have it feel like a fighting game, and have every single enemy feel formid...

Chris Carter



Review: Zeno Clash II photo
Review: Zeno Clash II
by Fraser Brown

I've found that it's a rather fruitless endeavour to guess which games will get a sequel -- mainly because I'm usually wrong. If you'd asked me "Fraser, will there be a Zeno Clash II?" I would have confidently responded with "Outlook not so good." The original Zeno Clash was a wonderful, absurd, and utterly unique game, and thus not something that one would ever expect to see the like of again.

It's a good thing, then, that nobody asks me anything, because I would have looked rather silly. Zeno Clash II did happen, and I know this because I've been playing it. It's a grander, more ambitious title than its forebearer, and is filled with oodles of insanity and no small amount of pugilism. With the added scope comes a slew of problems, however, and I suspect that it won't be quite as fondly remembered as its predecessor.

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9:00 AM on 04.02.2013

Zeno Clash II hits Steam April 30

Zeno Clash II, the follow-up to ACE Team's weird and wonderful first-person puncher, gets a sequel release on Steam this April 30. Atlus and ACE Team have the brawler lined up for Valve's Steam service for only $19....

Dale North