Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse (2004)

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4,000 years into the future, the discovery of the human race depends on the discovery of Zohar, a artifact that can destroy your enemies. Rejoin your friends Shion and KOS-MOS as they try to find Zohar in a series of expensive experiments.


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Director:

Kou Arai

Writers:

Soraya Saga (assistant author), Tetsuya Takahashi (original author), Norihiko Yonesaka (scenario)

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26 August 2007 | Aaron1375
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| I do believe this is the main reason there won't be more than three.
The story is okay, but let's face it...I figured some sort of major plot point would be revealed, something groundbreaking would happen. No it doesn't, just some cool action scenes with Jr. being a bit more of the focus this time, although Shion still seems to be the main character. The fighting is also awful, I could not stand it this time. Just to hard to really get the upper hand in some fights. The robots were a tad better though. Playing this one made me almost not get three as the okay, but nothing really going on story and the fighting were drastic steps back from part one. Though it was not all bad as a cool new character was introduced in the form of Shion's brother Jin who made a very brief appearance in part one. Yes at the beginning you see a flashback and there is a very cool cinematic of him and Margulis fighting. This is the highlight of this game for me. The rest is a bit of a letdown. Though they did manage to get some more music in this one.


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Release Date:

15 February 2005

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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