Zeno Clash’s retail release has gone gold, and been dated for a few European territories.Those of you who fancy dodging explosive squirrels hurled by a blind person standing on top of a dinosaur, but don’t want to get the goodness from Steam, can do so in the UK, Scandinavia, and Benelux in October, which narrows it down a bit from the previous timeframe of “late 2009.”Other European releases are to follow “soon after.”Zeno Clash is a fantastic game that too few have played. You should play it because:We really quite liked it.It’s got free DLC.The sequel has been announced.Zeno Clash is a melee-focused first-person game set in Zenozoik, a world full of bizarre creatures and weapons. Player character Ghat barely escaped his hometown with his life, and with the rest of his many siblings out for his blood, it’s all about survival – not least by getting as far away as possible, and punching a lot of bird-people in the face.If this sounds appealing and you don’t fancy waiting until October, then you can always pick it up on Steam for just over £11 GBP.

    Paul Younger
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