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ROBOT ANIME SIMULATOR

Released:
Mar 1, 2001 (Japan)
Mar 23, 2001 (Europe)
Mar 26, 2001 (America)



Platform
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PlayStation 2 (1-2P)
PlayStation 3 (1-2P) (2012)
Xbox 360 (1-2P) (2012)

PlayStation Vita (TBA)


Relations:
ZOE: The 2nd Runner (sequel)
ZOE: 2167 Idolo (anime prequel)
ZOE: Dolores,i (anime side story)
ZOE: The Fist of Mars (side story)
ZOE3 (TBA)

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Orbital Frame Jehuty

Orbital Frame Jehuty: Run by Leo Stenbuck, this frame actually had a system overhaul before the events that took place in Zone of the Enders. The addition of an onboard battle computer, ADA...

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ZOE HD EDITION

The first installment in the Zone of the Enders series introduced a new feel to the mecha genre of gaming. Produced by Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid, Policenauts, Snatcher), directed by Noriaki Okamura (Tokimeki Memorial drama series), character design by Nobuyoshi Nishimura (After War Gundam X), and mech design by Yoji Shinkawa (Metal Gear Solid), Zone of the Enders was sure to be approved by fans who enjoyed KCEJ's previous hit for the PlayStation.

With its amazing control scheme, memorable soundtrack, and creative mech design, Zone of the Enders showed potential to be one of the top mecha/action games of our generation.


Though Zone of the Enders is more remembered for its inclusion of the trial version of "Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty", its developing plot and unique concept of gameplay, coupled with the revelation of an important mission one of the main characters has to complete, had fans dying for a sequel.


Review

"Zone of the Enders is the first released chapter in the story. In the year 2172, Earth's moon, Mars and the moons of Jupiter have been colonised and new technologies have risen. The game takes a focus on giant mechs that are used for construction as well as war machines. The player gets a hold on the controls of a mech called the Orbital Frame (OF), a giant robot with the ability to fly making it immensely more agile and faster than the ordinary LEV, or Laborious Extra-Orbital Vehicle.

The gameplay gives a totally new experience of playing and the gameplay is absolutely the best part in the game. Surprisingly one just couldn’t get enough of..."

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Noted characters and mechanics

 

Leo Stenbuck

Celvice Klein

 

Viola Guines

Orbital Frame Jehuty
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