When it comes to engrossing the player into an interactive game world, the choice of perspective can have a massive impact on how gamers experience the various scenarios they find themselves in. Perspective serves as the graphical gateway into the virtual environment that players shall be exploring and shapes the way…
This neat little platformer is called Abyss Odyssey, and it's made by ACE Team, the studio behind Zeno Clash and Rock of Ages. Atlus will publish the game this summer as a digital release on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Let's admit, the first Zeno Clash was fairly bonkers—but, by the looks of things, the sequel raises the bar on the insanity quite a bit. You get to suplex hairy dudes, punch bird people, and talk to some guy with a palette for a mouth. Just like in other first person beat-em-ups! But seriously, go watch the trailer,…
Between the trailer, these screenshots, and the advertisements on every E3 badge holder, I'm terribly sorry I missed our E3 2010 appointment with Atlus and didn't see Rock of Ages, but I had to fly home. There was cake waiting.
Ready the Microsoft Points, Xbox 360 owner, for this week's Xbox Live Arcade update promises to be a big one, with first-person brawler Zeno Clash and top-down shoot 'em up Raystorm HD arriving this Wednesday.
Perhaps you noticed that today Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition was supposed to release on Xbox Live Arcade. Perhaps you noticed that it did not. "It's been pushed back a tad," says the developer.
Zeno Clash is on the way to Xbox Live Arcade, says Atlus, who promises new content, a new cooperative mode and gameplay fine-tuned to gamer feedback.
One good thing about many games built on Valve's Source engine is that developers often release the SDK (software development kit) for them. And so it is with Zeno Clash.
ACE Team's well-received first-person brawler Zeno Clash has only just been released, yet already, a sequel has been announced. We know it'll be Zeno Clashier than the first game, but just how, exactly?
Quirky PC brawler/shooter Zeno Clash did pretty good business on PC. So good, in fact, that the game looks set to make an appearance on Xbox Live Arcade.
Like stages of grief, game-makers' response to file sharing goes in stages. ACE Team, the Zeno Clash developer, skipped rage and grief and moved on to bargaining - directly with would-be copiers.