Summary: Parents need to know that this game stars a trio of high school-aged reanimated corpses engaged in a fight against an invading army of floating brains. The undead kids wage war using their hands, tentacles, intestines, and a small arsenal of imaginative power-ups, including soapy vomit, a vacuum arm, and a skateboard with monster-sized wheels. It's not as graphic as you might think.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys!
The Gamers Temple
23 June 2008
Excerpt: While the rest of the gaming world is reveling in Russian gangsters, badly controlled vehicles and broken promises of a fixed lock-on system, there are a few of us video game enthusiasts who haven't dropped everything for Rockstar's crazy successful new entry in the GTA series. I was less than enthused when I found out that I'd need to put down The World Ends With You, SquareEnix's new DS masterpiece, to play through and review Teenage Zombies: Attack of the Alien Brain...
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys
22 April 2008
Excerpt: Humans are useless. At least when it comes to saving the world from a race of evil alien brain thingies hell-bent on our destruction, I mean. We’ve always been suckers for ray guns and mind control, you only have to watch cult films such as Mars Attacks! to work that one out. Fortunately, a trio of saviours wait underground, undetected, and totally undisturbed. That is, until now. Prepare to unleash the teenage zombies, mankind’s final hope of salvation!
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys Review (DS)
Yet Another Review Site
8 May 2008
Excerpt: Take a bite out of your brain! My Mum always taught me to admit when I am wrong. So as hard as it may be, I was wrong about Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys. Initially I wrote a really scathing review after a very short play period and dismissed the game entirely. After leaving the game for a few weeks, I was reminded that it was time to release the review.
Pros: Funny and imaginative. Well presented. A bit different.
Cons: May need a second play to ‘get it’. A bit too linear by the end.