A lot of great environments.
Fantastically strange atmosphere.
Surreal, unsettling level design.
Punching strange creatures in their dumb faces.
A lot of great creatures.
More complex fighting system.
AI allies are bad at fighting.
Crazy plot and characters leave you cold.
Some bad voice acting.
Crashes, freezes, and other problematic glitches.
By Gaming Nexus on July 08, 2013
Zeno Clash II isn't as clean or unified as your average AAA title, but then again Zeno Clash II doesn't follow that well-worn path. It sacrifices safe mainstream conventions to explore its singularly strange world, and offers up a solid if not...80
By PCGamer on June 25, 2013
First time around, raw novelty was enough to make the experience feel special – but this sequel needed to expand on that. In losing focus, it’s lost much of the charm.67
By Realm of Gaming on May 25, 2013
PCWe are animal. We've created technology that extends the everyman's conscience into an interconnected web of networks, let's us communicate instantly, spread ideas, and start revolutions. With that same technologies we've also created...85
By Gaming Age on May 22, 2013
CommentIf the Conan and Star Wars universes had a baby, it would be called Zeno Clash. The game takes place on Zenozoik, a planet sometimes similar to Tatooine, with bars and buildings like those of Mos Eisley (the city with the bar where ‘Greedo...54
By New Game Network on May 13, 2013
Zeno Clash 2 is a clear improvement over its predecessor. The world of Zenozoik can be fully appreciated for the first time. The open levels suit the action better and the world feels alive. Mission variety is poor but the combat is well realised with...75
By EuroGamer on May 08, 2013
For filler, that's why. In a game of such lean concept this is simply adding clunk, like bulking up a salad with sawdust. There are incredible things in the world of Zenozoik and yet it is bare; in attempting to go big, Zeno Clash 2 only ends up feeling empty.50
By GameSpot on May 07, 2013
This, plus the off-putting way that Zeno Clash II tosses you onto an ice floe in the middle of a sea of insanity, where you can't identify with the characters, understand the plot, or even figure out exactly what or where you are, makes it easier to appreciate the game's crazy attitude than to actually enjoy the act of playing it.55
By Geimaku on May 07, 2013
This game is only for the hardcore of the hardcore. Gamers willing to learn this game extreme battle system might find a good game but the bad audio, subpar graphics, boring characters and a story that does not start until I can actually figure out the hardcore battle system I have no choice.30
By Softpedia on May 07, 2013
The game could have been quite impressive but these negative aspects weigh it down, not to mention a few glitches in terms of AI and the tough difficulty even on normal.70
By IncGamers on May 07, 2013
ACE Team’s creativity and imagination are still reflected in the marvellous world design and narrative, but the less responsive brawling is the main reason that Zeno Clash II is a game I merely like, when it’s one I dearly wanted to love.70