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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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DevilSharkDevilShark

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 30, 2011

Entertaining

Another bug worth noting is that, at least in the easy/medium mode, sometimes the horde alarm sounded when you walked outside, but no hordes came. Then after either entering a building or entering a new area they will flood you. Very annoying if you try to advance from one screen to another and the hordes just spawn right on top of you.


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SpectrasSpectras

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 30, 2011

Great Game

Overall it was a pretty fun game with all of the abilities and such. Melee weapons were a bit overpowered but it's been that way in plenty of zombie games I've played. Reminded me of dead island a little bit actually. Well, I look forward to any more releases.



heretic666dragonheretic666dragon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 30, 2011

Great game but it has some problems...

I like how you tried to change the series by making it an action RPG but there are some design choices that are just plain stupid.
1.Final Fantasy logic: The melee wepaons are way too overpowered in this game in comparison to guns. (2x4 kills all enemies in one hit but a shotgun requires 2 hits to kill a basic Zombie) and considering how rare ammo is in this game, using firearms is absolutely pointless.
2.Leveling up: This game is wayyyy too generous with ability point than it should.
Even without any grinding near halfway to the game you are an unstoppable god that kills everything in one hit, is capable of surviving six nuclear explosions in a row and carries 16 medikits 20 packs of pain pills(Louis would be proud) and enough food to survive multiple weeks. (and I played on Survivor mode)
3.Sleeping and eating: Not sleeping enough or running out of food are no threats what so ever because there are beds ewerywhere and you are constantly finding more food than you could ever actualy need. And even the they cause no noticeable harms what so ever. I expected that letting sleep gauge drop to zero would cause the character to black out and be devoured by zombies but instead it only made my accuracy worse for example.
4.useless skills and items: Could you please tell me what trading skill does, because I found no opportunity to trade in the game. Trough the first half of the game I picked up every junk item thinking I could sell them or something but I found no occasion where I could use them. (in exeption to some fetch quests)

But even with all these problems it's still a great game. 5/5



therebornedthereborned

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 30, 2011

hmm.

nowhere's safe huh?


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NewRebornNewReborn

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars September 30, 2011

right....

well
the first thing that anoyed was that crappy pop-up of battlestar something
it was everywhere,couldn't change anything of my character-hair etc.
the second thing was I couldn't move
I like the first 2 parts but this is pathetic