Imagine yourself coming to visit an unknown city and seeing it almost ruined, with all the citizens turned into zombies. What will you do? Call for help, organize a large-scale rescue campaign or... Try to dig your way out of the situation, find out what happened and use your last chance to save the person you love!
Zombie Shooter 2 is a unique blend of two game genres - Action and RPG. Every player can choose a character to their liking, get experience to develop skills, earn money and spend it on weapons, medications, and useful devices. All of this will be used against thousands of enemies. The zombies fill the game screen, never letting you rest, even for a minute.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, 2.4 GHz Processor, 512 MB RAM, 2.5 GB available HD space, NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 / ATI Radeon 9600 or better ATI or NVIDIA video card with 128MB video memory, DirectX 9.0c or better compatible sound card, Windows Compatible Keyboard and Mouse.
Posted on 2014-01-24 11:52:41 byBladetrain3r:
Zombie Shooter 2 epitomises the best and worst of isometric shooters. It's glitchy, badly optimised and horribly pixelated (also I suggest you turn off the voices). But what it does right it does great. A huge variety of (very satisfying weapons) backed up by a pumping (if repetitive) soundtrack help you mow through horde after horde of progressively nastier undead. It's pure mindless, bloody carnage and I love every minute of it.
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Posted on 2014-01-25 09:52:35 byfrothy_mikhael:
This game does not play like a professional product. As mentioned in other reviews, its very buggy (your character gets stuck in terrain, zombies can't navigate even the simplest obstacles, etc). The weapons can be satisfying, but only when dealing with low-level zombies, since the tougher zombies take loads of damage before they die, and there is no real indication that you'reread more hurting them until they suddenly die. The zombie design is cool, and the death animations remind me strongly of Fallout 1+2. But the special zombies are also a big problem. They start out as challenging bosses, which is okay, but quickly become very common, appearing in groups of 3-5 at a time in every room. This makes the game an annoying slog in which you pop out, take a few shots, then duck back into cover to avoid the boss-zombie's bazookas or other ranged weapons. A zombie shooter should not be a cover shooter! Finally, the levels quickly get boring and repetitive, I stopped playing after a half-dozen levels, so I would not recommend this game to anyone.
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