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rated 4.51 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Fixed

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Sep 3, 2012 | 3:32 AM EDT
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Take under control another city full of evil creatures.
- WASD/Arrows to move.
- Mouse to aim.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's a tad repetitive. I like the general concept though.
There was much more that could've been done with it.

One thing I will definitely point out is the default health regeneration: Get rid of it - it makes the game way too easy. Instead, put in some first-aid collectibles or something. If you're bent on keeping the regeneration, at least limit it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was like the early Dead frontier, in 2d, but much better


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

WorldOutkast said it all, BUT i will not give 5 stars due to a really common error and very anoyying, please, do something with the "Jobs Done" Button! I keep firing at zombies and SUDDENLY clicking in it, and my really fun moment dissapears.
Fix that please!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

good game.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Having played this game solidly for an hour and a half, I feel that I'm now able to write an honest review.

This is simply incredible.

There feels to be nothing missing in this game. The graphics are polished and crisp, the user interface is friendly, and the controls are very easy to pick up and use right away. The character animations are near flawless, and I particularly like the death animations, they definitely set this game a cut above the rest.

The ambient soundtrack is immersive, to say the least, with the different sounds of the world mixed in slightly to create a very eerie and threatening atmosphere. The weapon sounds are excellent, too. The shotgun in particular is satisfyingly meaty, and the accompanying result on the zombies only helps that.

The gameplay, though, is what really sells me on this. It would've been so easy to leave this as a straightforward 'kill the bad guys' game, but no. The strategic components are very well thought-out, upgrades in particular shone for me, as I found myself often trying to balance between firepower and auxiliary support (such as income, sprint rate, health regen, et al).

The cons for this are simple.

1) as stated before by a few reviewers, the game is rather repetitive, and I do feel that another music sample may have been used for combat with large groups of enemies, something a little bit more metallic, to really get the adrenaline flowing. Although, I can see why you didn't, as it may have disturbed the overall atmosphere of the game.

2) The window for this game was much too small. Not to the degree that it would've rendered the game unplayable, but just enough to annoy me.

All in all, this is simply incredible, and I don't know why the hell this isn't on Steam.

This needs to be on Steam.

I'd buy it.

This review is insanely well received!