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Play in Survivor mode for a more realistic experience where the need food and sleep will be added to your survival requirements. Or play in Run'n'Gun mode and blast your way to freedom.

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DECA-FADEDECA-FADE

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 19, 2012

Amazing, This will ROCK you. (+ tips for players)

I just beat this game on armor games' website, started it while NG was dark yesterday.

Absolutely riveting. I died three times, ONLY three times.

This is a logical step forward for the series, make future installments modeled after this one!

The graphics are great, but even at the lowest settings things can still get laggy when there are large groups of zombies, just keep an eye on that Con-Artists.

Music is good, i like that tune that plays when theres a zombie ambush, just like how i liked the alien screetches in Outpost: Haven. They're a good warning system!

Gameplay is PERFECT. the fact you can go almost anywhere in the city is a good way to keep players glued.

The only thing that stunk, (Im not sure if this goes for the NG version as well.) is that apparently i couldn't save the two compainions I found in the middle of the game, when i tried, nothing happened. Anybody know if this is a bug or glitch?

Anyway, onto some tips for anyone who decides to play this game:

1: Keep the pistol you find until you get a decent melee weapon. (such as a plain baseball bat.)

-Powerful melee weapons:
-Mace
-Police Baton
-Fireman's Axe (hope i got the name right.)
-Battle Axe ( BEST MELEE WEP IN THE GAME, DONT TRASH THIS IF YOU GET IT!)

2: Once you get one, find a better firearm. Once this is done, discard your pistol.

3: ONLY use the firearm in DIRE situations, (such as in a massive zombie ambush. 6+ zombies, etc.)

4: Complete as many side quests as possible (Doing enough quests gets you a battle axe, which is an extremely powerful and handy melee weapon, it can easily reach dogs and crawling zombies.) KEEP THIS WEAPON WHEN YOU GET IT!!!!

5: Try to get silent, yet pretty strong firearms, (Spec ops type weapons, Etc.), these will really help you avoid getting swamped by all the zombies in a room or part of street you are at in later maps.

6: DO NOT THINK YOU ARE SAFE AFTER YOU BLOW UP THE WALL! immediately move forward, heck just RUN forward! Gun down anything that gets in the way!

Great game, hope these tips help you guys!


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TheWickedSymphony97TheWickedSymphony97

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 19, 2012

Best Zombie Game Ever!

I'm sick of all those fortress defense games. This is more like it. They need to make more games like these. Also, when is the next one coming out?


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shadow0knightshadow0knight

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 17, 2012

Amazing game

I like the change from a defense type game to an RPG exploration game.

The character creation was a great idea and great cameo of the original Last Stand hero. It makes the story relate to the first 2 games.

Sadly the ending was a bit obvious and disappointing. I was hoping there would have been post-game quests that's only available after the game for replay value.

And I wish you could bring more than 1 companion.

Maybe in the future you can release that expansion pack with new weapons, new costumes, and more missions to play like Pokemon or Fallout 3 onto the game like DLC....sort of.


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ku4etoku4eto

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 17, 2012

Very well

Im awaiting for the next part ( if its going to have ). But there are problems with this one : stucking with no obvious reason , low fps with no obvious reason , doors not opening , and few other small things.



DerFishDerFish

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 16, 2012

Very fun.

I like how you turned a barricade defense game into this exploring RPG game with melee weapons as well. Nice how it's like Fallout with all kinds of junk lying around with a bunch of weapons and food found in spaces.
I'm just a little confused as to how the lockpick system is used here. Whenever I press D, the pin doesn't stay in place as it should. Anyways, great work on the series! I'm not finished with the game yet, but I'll get there sooner or later. n__n