Zone Of The Enders 2nd Runner: Mars (PS4)
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- 1-2 players
- 13 GB minimum save size
- DUALSHOCK4 Vibration Function
- Native 4K graphics
- PS VR Compatible - Optional
- Metallic Foil Sleeve
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.7 x 1.4 x 0.1 cm; 100 Grams
- Release date : 6 September 2018
- ASIN : B07FPZ4RKG
- Item Model Number : 116951640005
- Best Sellers Rank: 9,391 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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JEHUTY lives. And there, ANUBIS thrives. ZONE OF THE ENDERS: The 2nd Runner returns with 4K or VR support on PlayStation4. Relive the experience ZONE OF THE ENDERS: The 2nd Runner - MRS as a full-length remaster of the classic fast-paced 3D robot action game, recreated in VR, native 4K and in full surround sound. Enter JEHUTY's cockpit and fly through Martian skies! The year is 2174. The despotic BAHRAM military organisation is using new Orbital Frames robot technology to secure its grip on Mars and Earth. Seizing control of the JEHUTY Orbital Frame, the player is the last hope for the stricken planets. Strike deep at the heart of the BAHRAM army with unrivalled powers! Written and directed by Shuyo Murata, The 2nd Runner - MARS is recognised as a masterpiece among space action titles.
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Obviously the graphics have a slightly aged look to them, but they're clean and sharp, resulting in an aesthetic that's comfortable when playing in VR. The only downside, and the reason I gave it 4/5 instead of 5, is the switch from 1st person perspective to 3rd that occurs for most of the cutscenes, something that can really break the sense of immersion when you get a few in a very short length of time.
But, at the price, this is definitely a must-have for fans of mecha and VR.
But even remastered at 60fps, the game feels dated, a bit clunky. And I didn't stick with it.
I suspect there is a learning curve and once everything 'clicks' together it would become much more enjoyable. But I haven't reach that part and put down the game for now.
I will update this review when/if I finish the main story. (Or when I try the VR mode)