Summary: I wanted to like this, I saw the game play on youtube and it looked like fun and it would have been if the game didn't lag for no reason. I don't have the best system, it's a laptop but it can run games pretty good on a medium setting like Skyrim or Arkham City, there really is no reason for this game to run like I am playing it on a toaster. I even turned everything on low, still got the same lag.
Summary: Besides some technical flaws, this is a really funny game. Gotta play it with another player and a 360 gamepad to fully enjoy it. I hope the next title comes with a lighter and smoother engine.
Summary: As an overhead shooter Dead Horde is about as bad as they come. It's missing a very key element--FUN. Linear levels, a basic weapon cache, and bad graphics are some of other poor qualities that make up this game. Even the coop element doesn't make this game attractive. Skip this one. There's are countless other overhead shooters where your money would be better spent.
Summary: Crap. Just utter crap. Many claim to have it running perfectly while some of us have a game that chugs along at 20fps with stuttering animations even at lowest settings and a computer that exceeds the "Recommended". This game has nothing new whatsoever and doesn't even make up for it by engrossing us in old fashion zombie shooting quality we expect.
Summary: I wanted to like this game so bad, but at the end of the day it left me 4 a headache. Dead Horde has no reason whatsoever to lag so horribly horrible on a system that can run Battlefield Bad Company 2 on full settings.. and games similar to Dead Horde like Nation Red, Zombie Shooter 2, and Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds 2, and the Alien Breed Trilogy on full gfx settings without lag yet the dev team doesn`t seem to care enough about the $14.95 that i paid for me and my...
Summary: Generally poor game play, poor graphics, bug ridden. Old concept done wrong. Get's boring and repetitive quickly. Unimpressive story. However its weapon upgrade system keeps it interesting for an hour or two. In the end though, this doesn't save it. Don't waste your money.
Summary: Was initially excited when I found out about this top-down game but gameplay, weapons and animations let it down. Most often you just find yourself running backwards while shooting groups of zombies, the same tactics work every time. Player and zombie animations are poor and weapons are limited and lack any punch. Could maybe have been better with some extra work done on it, but as it stands, meh..
Summary: I'm sad to have to give this game such a low score, because it's otherwise quite fun. But it has an unforgivable flaw: you can't save your progress. No, seriously. Forget all your progress. Forget all your upgrades. Forget the loot you accumulated. If you leave the game, it's all gone. Oh sure, the game has checkpoints, but they're used only to resurrect you during this specific game session. If you leave the game, kiss your checkpoint good bye.
Summary: After playing this game I realized that this game is best played along with a friend. Playing alone yields no new experiences for those who are already familiar with diagonal zombie shooter games. Even though this game takes it's difficulty to a level that may be challenging yet frustrating at the same time, there are still things that would need to be revised in order to make this game different from other zombie shooters.
Summary: Buy and play it together with a friend that enjoys cooperative play, top-down and linear zombie shooting games. You control a soldier that crash lands in the middle of nowhere and starts looking for his squad. You won't be doing much of anything besides shooting zombies. You will not run into any other NPC's, just a lot of zombies that need killin'.