Doesn't it have multiplayer?
It's official. I've just beat the game today and now I must tell my honest opinion on it. The games puts in place of a zombie apocalypse and you must do anything survive (typical zombie survivor plot). While the game has the right atmosphere, it fails to make you actually feel that you're trying to survive.
An example is that every time I find a container or corpse, it's most of the time empty, thus making the world feel empty itself. The game lacks a story, but that wasn't really the developers' intentions (would've been nice). The game gives you plenty of guns to choose from through the game, but only one melee weapon. A lot of times I found myself out of ammo and having to use the cricket bat; it becomes really dull having to use this weapon, because of its repetitive one way hit. Overall, the game has some great ideas, but it could've been so much better. Perhaps Ubisoft will correct their mistakes and really pursue their ideas in the sequel, making it a masterpiece in my opinion.
Rating: 7 out of 10.
Last edited by link2000; 11-25-2012 at 08:19 PM.
Was wonderin' whether or not the multiplayer was online or local only... Well, that is indeed a shame.
Reviews seem positive overall so far, but it doesn't seem 't be a game that demands a day-one purchase. I'll be busy with Brawl (... hopefully), ACIII and various other games so I'll probably pick it up when the price drops.
What are the positives of it?
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Its sad really... most games I really wanted, especially 007 Legends and Zombi U are getting low reviews. I guess this made Nintendo get another couple years behind Microsoft and Sony again. At least Nintendo Land got 8.0 on IGN.
Really? I never expected that. It seems to be a mere party game to me, but I'll soon figure out when I get it.
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