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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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undead-metallicaundead-metallica

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 29, 2011

that game is really a must play in zombie gender!!

if you play...youll se why!!!



II2noneII2none

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 29, 2011

Last Stand makes an unanticipated welcomed return

Concept:

Last Stand breaks the repetition with a new open world game play style similar to one or two certain leading video game zombie titles.

Aesthetic:

Last Stand retains its same gritty realistic style shown in its art as well as the music. It does a damn good job at making you paranoid for the first hour or so.(Especially if you play in the dark and have the volume at max)

Story summary/ customization:

The story is the same fool proof story in many zombie media, your in a post apocalyptic world trying to save your lost loved one while avoid becoming a undead corpse yourself. At the start your graced with often overlooked option of character customization from race, to hair style, to personal skill. The player is free to make his avatar look as badass or silly as he wants. As you progress through your quest you level up and depending on your avatar's expertise some skills will be far more effective then others. I picked a martial arts profession and in turn was graced with better survivability then most of the other options. However each profession is useful and interesting in their own way and there are plenty to experiment with already giving this game a superb amount of potential replay value.

Game-play:

I jumped right into hard mode so I could experience the full potential of the game. I assumed it was the same controls as last time, I was wrong. Fortunately tutorials are available on all levels of difficulty great for avoiding being forced to play on easy and anyone who wants the immediate hardcore experience.

The gameplay is adequate, your graced with plentiful and many never before seen weapons in this latest installment, from nailed boards and crowbars to Auto-shotguns and RPG's. The difficulty rises gradually as you get stronger and earn more effective weapons and even a potential partner increases your survivability greatly.

However lag and bad luck make up the overall "difficulty" feel. TOO many times I found myself getting gang banged by zombies in 4x4 rooms without even a fighting chance to hold my ground, on one occasion I was even RIGHT AT a door nearby and no matter how many times I pressed E I couldn't GTFO. But I guess being realistic nobody can get massacred by the undead and just walk out unscathed. Another annoying bug is the hit detection with melee weapons. If getting swarmed the hit detection only registers for one zombie at a time, I narrowly escape these lag moments but it's still an annoyance to put up with every time a large horde "bogeyman" it's way through a ceiling. The hit detection itself is off as well, it feels like with many MELEE WEAPONS a hit only counts if your right in the enemies face. Sure that makes sense if you have a kitchen knife but not a Battle Axe. A slight nitpick but it can be problematic when lag occurs. Although mostly overlooked maybe that's where the LUCK stats come into play. If so I guess that clears up some "WTF/HTF?" moments. (Was a horde suppose to break in in a survivors repair shop? Must be accustomed to it cause he didn't do jack squat about it.)

Regardless difficulty isn't coming from the game play rather the mechanics game itself. In early stages of the game it almost makes having an ally mandatory when it shouldn't be, and that just takes away some of the fun and experience.

Overall:

Last Stand is the greatest offline open world zombie flash game I have played, and the best in the trilogy. However It does carry the same lag issues seen in its previous two games but, this time there's no heavily defensive wall overlooking this flaw that has plagued the series. Fortunately the good outweigh the bad, and in my opinion its worth an addition to gaming library for any shooter/ zombie fan.

4/5


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supernerd1103supernerd1103

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 29, 2011

Terriffic!

I always enjoyed The Last Stand games and the fact that you took a different direction with it (and succeeding I might add) made the series even better! Looking forward to your next submission.



greendemonboyxlgreendemonboyxl

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 29, 2011

some equiqment is from cartoons

EX.the katana looks like jacks



ChaseofBassIIChaseofBassII

Rated 2 / 5 stars September 29, 2011

seriously??

I would've respected you more if you'd just called it "the last stand: fallout rip-off". 4 stars cause it was still kinda good, but have some freakin' originality. 2/5