Developer ACE Team's super weird and awesome looking Zeno Clash II finally has itself a gameplay trailer. First-person punching, shooting, and pile driving get shown off, all while you get to check out the surreal world of Zeno Clash.
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 ...more
Zeno Clash II is almost here, so why don't we take a look at some of the first few minutes of gameplay. Not too much happens in the video as developer ACE Team doesn't want to spoil too much, but we do see some neat things l...more
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....more
The long-awaited sequel to Zeno Clash is finally set to arrive this spring, according to lead designer Carlos Bordeu. Three screenshots are on the official site, showing off the bizarre, new character designs and some new ...more
One of the biggest E3 surprises for me was the sudden announcement of Zeno Clash II, mostly because I have been tooting the original's horn since it was first announced. The first game was highly flawed, but nonetheless remai...more
With E3 now just hours away there's a noticeable, palpable excitement in the air. Across the world people's attentions are shifting to the chaos that is about to unfold in the Los Angeles Convention Center. Secrets...more
We're a week away from Titanfall (god forbid we post about it less than twice a day) and while we know it will get DLC (because of course it will and because they've said as much), post release plans haven't been explained.
Titanfall is just one week from release, which also means we're nearing hype critical mass. Here is today's reminder that Titanfall will provide a much-needed feather in Microsoft's cap when the game releases for W...more
As a combination of the first-person shooter genre and the modern-day roguelikes, Tower of Guns is being pushed as a “lunchbreak FPS.” After playing, I can say this is a pretty accurate description, except I only ...more