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Sep 27, 2011 | 10:52 AM EDT
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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.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Melee is overpowered

i mean, you can just whackamole every zombie, and you wont even get killed once when going melee, but god, when you try to go in with weapons, youre fucked, where is the logic in that?

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Purely Awesome

I was busy praying to the gods of awesome when i stumbled upon this game, and all i could say was... "thank you". I thought the ending was kinda predictable, though, so that's the only reason i don't give this a 10.

P.S.: i read in the comments that your character being unable to move was a bug.
That's not true, it means you are carrying to much weight. Try trashing some stuff or upgrading strenghth.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

"Help Me1" "Help Me!"

Thats the sound of your ally being a puss and wont get up by himself/herself

Last Stand: Union City is the best Last Stand I have ever played (Although, its the only one I have played, because of the gameplay is different from the last two) It was very fun, the gameplay was great, and the graphics was awesome.

But I want to complain about some of the some of the gameplay. When you face a horde, a whole lot of zombies comes out and attack you, right? Yes, and sometimes its usually scripted, but sometimes the game likes to be a ass and randomly spawn a horde, making you waste ammo and health items.

The pick locking system. In Fallout 3, this mini game was fun, yet tedious. In The Last Stand: Union City, it too was tedious, but not as fun. Both games have the pick locking system a "trail and error" kind of mini game. But Union City is more difficult. I just randomly pressing buttons on my first pick lock not knowing what to do. It would be nice if te game would tell me how to do it right. Thankfully, if you have 3 of locks, if you fail once, you dont start all over. But, some of the time, I pick lock and gained about one good thing and the rest junk.

Medicine and food, once you start the game, you ignore medicine until you enter later into the game. You can buy a First Aid Kit and King Joe (forgot name). Finding health kits later in the game is more rare than earlier in the game. I found myself becoming a glutton, running out all of my supplies fast.

Lag is one issue that needs to be fixed. And allies needs to respawn when you die. When I died after my ally, he just dissappeared. And earlier allies need to be at their original place when you get a new ally, or have then both at the same time.

I suggest you buy the Katana, although you get the Battle Axe, the Katana can whip out zombies fast and easy. Even later in the game it was very useless. Another suggestion, always have a blade or blunt weapon as your secondary weapon. It'll be useful.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i dont know man ''last stand'' was great but you kind of ruin it, this game is to diferent its also glitchy and these zombies are ridiculous sorry :(


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is cool.

The game is like Dead Island.