Zeno Clash is honestly imaginative, a fact wonderfully symbolized by a screenshot of an anthropomorphic rat woman with four barely-obscured breasts. In context it’s not funny or bawdy, but befitting of a fantastic, original and artful world. Characters range from bizarre pig men and parrot people to the disturbing Father-Mother, a gangling 12ft tall bird/human with babies in his/her jacket.
Is this trip back into the trippy world of Zeno Clash a worthwhile one? Find out in our review...
It’s a little hard to take a game about surviving the undead apocalypse seriously when it slavishly follows seatbelt laws. No, sorry Mr. Fifth Survivor, we can’t give you a lift to safety – this taxi only legally has room for four people. What do you mean you could squeeze in? Don’t be ridiculous. And for goodness’ sake stop crying.
Nov 26, 2007
There are certainties in life; the sky is blue, there will be yet another new reality TV show next week, and there will always be more Zoo Tycoon. Extinct Animals does what it says on the box, bringing long-since dead animals back to life by manipulating fossils, and challenging you to shoe-horn in said fauna into your budding zoo. The caveat is that these animals are not easy to deal with - notably the angry dinosaurs which occasionally become enraged, turning your zoo to rubble
It doesn’t seem to be possible for PopCap to release a bad game. Sure, they’ve had a few partial misses in the past, but since Peggle exploded, they’ve just nailed that treble 20 each time. Zuma’s Revenge is just the next game off their conveyor belt of fiendishly addictive, quality casual titles.