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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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ZenqsZenqs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!

This game kept me playing during 25 hours in 4 days, meaning, it was truly awesome...
Although I've to be honest, I didn't like the ending, it felt a little dull, but aside that the rest was enjoyable.
I found something about character's skills, luck is the best of them. With 20 points of that I found some great weapons like the sharpened katana and the military grade SAW assault rifle, by the way those were zombie drops... Luck also increases zombie drops and the chance of getting something good from them and when searching places and increases the critical hit rate.
Also increasing smarts first was a good choice, why? Faster leveling up, and mixed with books can get you 7 points/book, what I suggest is you focus on luck and smarts first, when you get smarts up to 75 stop increasing it, you'll find about 4 business man books in 4 different buildings, I only remember 2 places where you find them which are the office building in the section where the zombie dogs appear and a security building, the one you get a mission to find Richards... Then increase searching, although it helps when looking around, you'll find luck a lot more helpful than searching.
Also if possible leave all places if not most of them without searching, so when you get your searching skill up to 100 you'll have more spots to look at, cause after you searched everything that skill goes useless.
Best weapons of my choice... The most powerful melee weapon I get in my hands(so far the sharpened katana), any automatic rifle (I start using them when skill with automatic is up to 60), and sometimes explosives.

Now, glitches I found... Heh, if your companion ever gets killed you can just save and quit the game, if you were in the same room where your companion got killed you'll see her/him again.
I always give the best automatic weapon to my companion, why? Cause they got infinite ammo and they seem to have better accuracy than you in the earlier stages.
There are 2 weapons that by switching with your companion will increase your total ammo +1, and those are: damaged hand grenade and the RPG, mix that with the invincible Dana in the docks(right before you get on the boat) you can keep blowing zombies to pieces for as long as you like if you have your companion with you, when you run out of ammo from those explosives just switch weapons like an idiot and you'll be ready to continue the zombie pwnage.
Right now my best is a companion with the SAW assault rifle, my character with a military grade SAW assault rifle, a sharpened katana and the RPG with 20 rounds (glitch rounds :P)...
Well, I know it was a long review, but that was my gaming experience with this game and I wanted to share it.
On an extra note, I wish this game had an endless option, in case you wanted to keep playing without having to start a new character cause you ran out of ammo or having to use the ammo glitch just to have something to fight the zombie hordes at the docks.


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NineLivesRemainNineLivesRemain

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good Start & Execution, But Poor Finish

This is a decent game for the most part. Whether you just want to run around shooting zombies or play through as a survivor, this is a good time killer for a few hours at a time.

It's weakness lies towards the end of the game. The stages leading up to the end felt rushed and the ending leaves something to be desired. With a little more time and effort, this could have been a great game. Instead, it just ended up being slightly better than average.



zenkingzenking

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsoem

bets on yet i have the first chick to follow me round then for my first account its the guy who wants u to find his dads rifle



WCCCWCCC

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Game is fantastic.

Like what everyone has said, this game is very reminiscent of fallout; the stats, skills, layout, etc. It even has the bottle cap mini-easter egg "I wonder if these will become currency." People are complaining of glitches left and right, but hilariously enough, I haven't encountered any (running in firefox too) , other than maybe quest rewards auto-added to my storage overflowing it by 4 pounds, but that's understandable. My advice for people experiencing glitches, update your flash player. Anyways, game is, as I've said, fantastic. Its fun to manage all the different variants of weapons (custom stock, scoped, spec ops, military, lightened, damaged, etc.) and toss your teammate the biggest, baddest gun you have with no real concern for HIS ammo supply, which works good enough. Just need to find me a better Thor...

Overall, 10/10; 5/5


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bane3136bane3136

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Good at first, turns into shit further in

First play through, ide give it a good 9/10.
Later on though, it de-evolves into nothing but really a more and more dull plot and just mass zombie spam. I know its an RPG, but the fact i miss with a shotgun at point blank is BULLSHIT. UTTER. BULLSHIT.
First part of the game, 9/10.
Later on, a 4/10.


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