i like both games :D
One heck of a Flash game. Was able to hold my attention over larger games such as World of Warcraft and Guild Wars 2 for a good amount of time. I didn't have too much trouble with the oft-mentioned lag on this one due to my possession of a pretty good computer. However, in my quest to get into the top 10 on at least one of the leaderboards, I encountered a handful of game-breaking bugs. I've seen the first and least consequential one mentioned many times; sometimes the steering locks to the left or right and requires you to fire your weapon in order to get it back under control. Even with experience, it is often difficult to identify what is happening before you've hit something, especially in the challenge modes I've been trying to conquer. The other is that the window will simply lose focus from time to time. I have no clue why it would do this, or how, but it happens semi-regularly. The third, final, rarest and by far most lethal bug is something I've dubbed 'Firing Blanks.' As the name suggests, this bug makes its presence known by causing whatever gun you are currently using to deal no damage. You can still fire it, and you will still hit the target (zombies still bleed and all that) but the shot is entirely ineffectual. In order to fix this issue, one must simply switch to a different gun. In another game this would be tolerable, but in something that relies on quick reflexes as much as Road of the Dead 2, by the time one realizes that this is happening it is quite often far, far too late. Aside all of these flaws, however, I find myself coming back to this one repeatedly. The unique gameplay is, in my opinion, the trump card of this series and was undoubtedly the best decision game design-wise that I can see. A game that deserves its success and is recommendable to anyone.
I love it because the realism in it, and because I simply love games where I can be Creative and make my own levels.
I also found a solution to the glitch when you kill a soldier on your hood and it freezes.
Simply shoot him in the arms, or crash into cars to make him fall off.
I also love it because of my old memories. When I was 6 I watched my Brother play Road of the Dead 1.
And to me war and zombies are simply fun.
Is it just me who saw a massive mutant?