The exclusion of the first game also makes recommending last gen’s collection easier. Combat can quickly get repetitive, and new abilities are hardly used before another new one comes along. Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner M∀RS is a solid remaster that fans of the original shouldn’t hesitate to pick up. Beyond the resolution increase, improved audio mix and middling VR, there’s really not much to this remaster. Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner M∀RS is not the best example of VR immersion out there, but that didn’t matter as much. If you played the … Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner Mars gives the PS2 cult classic mech game updated touches like 4K resolution and VR support. The use of a review code does not affect my judgement of the game. Playing through 'Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner' through again is beginning to feel weird. The initial release on PlayStation 2 was a mess and the high-definition remaster on … At the end of the day, it was a great new way to revisit a cult classic from a brand new perspective, and a really good addition to the PSVR catalog that focuses more on competent gameplay than trying to immerse you into that game’s world at the cost of decent controls. Zone Of The Enders The 2nd Runner: M∀RS VR Review (PSVR) For the purposes of transparency, this review was created using a code provided by the company or their respective PR company. If you’re a fan of Kojima’s mech series, then Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner MARS is worth picking up. It’s unlikely to win any new fans though. Having said that, the game hasn’t aged all that well. Zone of The Enders The 2nd Runner was one of the games I really rated back on the PlayStation 2.