how is zombi?

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User Info: bluefantasy

bluefantasy
4 weeks ago#1
anyone play it?

User Info: natevines

natevines
4 weeks ago#2
Definitely has a last-gen feel to it, but I liked it for what it was. Don't expect a big budget game or anything, but a fun little semi open-world, non-linear zombie game.

User Info: TheCyborgNinja

TheCyborgNinja
4 weeks ago#3
I only played it for Wii U, but it's pretty fun and worth it for a bargain price.
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User Info: Bobsy84

Bobsy84
4 weeks ago#4
I liked it, i really enjoyed the survival and item collection side of the game. It was a cool game mechanic to have to go back and get your stuff with a fresh character when you died. Loved the London setting, shame the graphics are a bit dated but it still hooked me with the fun gameplay.

User Info: Chewie212

Chewie212
4 weeks ago#5
It's good. I've played through it twice.

I was pretty impressed on Wii U, until I died in the "place of no return" and got sent back to my base afterwards, at which point I noticed that all of my fast travel points had been reset and weren't available. I had to go through the map to get there, find my body, etc. which was a slog.

It was better the 2nd time

User Info: uubershikamarux

uubershikamarux
4 weeks ago#6
Played it originally on the wii u, I'm not a fan but if you can get it cheap its a pretty competent game and you may enjoy it more than I did.
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User Info: SigmaLongshot

SigmaLongshot
4 weeks ago#7
It loses a lot in its port, if I'm honest. The Wii U original really adds extra little layers of horror in there (like rummaging through a bag on the gamepad whilst the TV is blurred out, despite the fact you can still hear the shambling dead getting closer is honest-to-god nerve-wracking).

Zombi U and Rayman Legends are perhaps the two games I would definitely say buy the Wii U version of, long before you pick up the PS4 or Xbox One versions (if that's an option).
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User Info: RonBurgundy929

RonBurgundy929
4 weeks ago#8
It was made for the WiiU's game pad and touchscreen. I can't play the port. We got it free on PS+ and I couldn't stand it, even with the better resolution and bump in visuals.
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User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
4 weeks ago#9
First Person State of Decay without Base Building
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User Info: bluefantasy

bluefantasy
4 weeks ago#10
SigmaLongshot posted...
It loses a lot in its port, if I'm honest. The Wii U original really adds extra little layers of horror in there (like rummaging through a bag on the gamepad whilst the TV is blurred out, despite the fact you can still hear the shambling dead getting closer is honest-to-god nerve-wracking).

Zombi U and Rayman Legends are perhaps the two games I would definitely say buy the Wii U version of, long before you pick up the PS4 or Xbox One versions (if that's an option).


wow sucls how company want to port games all over the place.
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