Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition Discounted On XBLA This Week

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As part of Xbox Live Arcade’s deal of the week, Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition, published on the service by Atlus, is being discounted to 800 Microsoft points ($10) for the rest of the week. Normally, Zeno Clash costs 1200 points ($15).

 

Atlus choose to describe Zeno Clash as “first-person melee action-adventure.” The Ultimate Edition on XBLA features a few improvements over the PC version, such as a cooperative mode, a time trial mode, and a revamped UI along with new weapons and moves.

 

The game is developed by ACE Team, who are presently working on Rock of Ages for Atlus and on Zeno Clash 2.


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