5 Things | I Hate About Zombie Games

If there’s one genre of game out there that really needs to be taken down a peg, it’s zom­bie games.  Slow and dumb AI is met with over­done jump scares that really aren’t impress­ing any­one out there.  Whether you’re going it alone, as in the Res­i­dent Evil series, or team up with a group of sur­vivors, via the Left 4 Dead games, there’s noth­ing more tedious than hav­ing to deal with an onslaught of never-ending undead ene­mies.  If all that wasn’t enough, you have to deal with the campy and under­de­vel­oped sto­ries in these games as well.  With that, let’s go over the 5 Things I hate about zom­bie games.

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ESH | 2012 – The Year of Zombie Games Part 2

A lot of games that involve the liv­ing dead are pretty lax about the rules that come with a zom­bie apoc­a­lypse.  Specif­i­cally, that when you are bit­ten by a zom­bie, even just a lit­tle bit, you’re going to be one of them pretty quickly.  One game this year took this con­cept and turned itself not only into one of the more real­is­tic zom­bie sur­vival games, but one of my favorites of the entire year.

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Ramblings | The ZombiU Misconception

One of the most highly antic­i­pated Wii U launch titles, Zom­biU was not quite what some peo­ple were expect­ing.  Depend­ing upon what you might’ve been hop­ing for from the zom­bie shooter, you could either have been delight­fully sur­prised or a lit­tle dis­ap­pointed.  Since the release, the game has seen mixed reviews, but is that due to the qual­ity of the game or mis­matched expec­ta­tions? 

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