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Nation-red.33702295
6.9* out of 10

Nation Red

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Shinigurai, Metacritic
13 July 2012
  • Summary: A classic top-down shooter following in the footsteps of great games like Crimsonland. Mobs of zombies shuffle toward you from every direction and you blow them to pieces with an arsenal of unique weapons and power-ups. The only thing that could have added to the replay value of this game would be persistent leveling, but it's hardly missed. A great game for such a rarely used genre!
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AxeJeebs, Metacritic
16 January 2012
  • Summary: I feel bad leaving a harsh review for an indie developer, but Red Nation is really sub-par. All the weapon powerups are the same; the starting pistol is just as powerful as the mini-gun, which may actually be slightly inferior to the crowbar. As such, the game lacks any kind of challenge.
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Whodigiya, Metacritic
4 January 2012
  • Summary: The premise is simple: you get dropped into an arena, you pick up weapons, kill zombies, and level up until you die at the hands of a mass of bloodthirsty monsters. It's a very simple concept, but it's unbelievably entertaining. I've never competed so hard to beat my friends' high scores in a game until I picked this one up.
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Kaese, Metacritic
3 January 2012
  • Summary: Nation Red is a much needed reincarnation from the likes of Crimsonland and Smash TV. It stays true to it roots, so don't expect a big story or traversal to the likes of Left 4 Dead. It is an arena shooter that sends you back to the arcade days. We have come to a time where local highscore tables are dead, the game however offers you online friends leaderboards and achievements to still be able to chase score goals.
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OzzyDot11, Metacritic
14 December 2011
  • Summary: Found this during the Halloween Steam sale, I mainly only play multiplayer and Nation Red is a blast. The perk system sets it apart from other top-down shooters, every coop game can be different. Already logged in 25 hours two week after getting it! Be warned it's fast paced and not at all easy!
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WingMan88, Metacritic
1 August 2011
  • Summary: Nation Red takes a lot from the classic Crimsonland and adds what that game was missing! Loads of powerups, perks, 4 player coop (Steam) and player classes. Once you get used to the arena-style gameplay, I was hooked! Very fun and better with coop! Definitely a must have top down shooter on the PC.
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xX_Renegade_Xx, Metacritic
26 May 2011
  • Summary: I can't fault this game for support, the devs are on the Steam forums daily checking for problems or keeping us up-to-date with what new features/changes are coming with the upcoming patch. It is the best supported indie game I've seen on the Steam forums! The game is a top-down zombie shooter and fast-paced play but lots of fun too.
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elessar101, Metacritic
29 October 2010
  • Summary: Clearly lildanny has issues, Nation red is well worth the price and continues to get ongoing support from the developer, who listens to the community and continues to improve and add more to the game.
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ColdSeer, Metacritic
18 October 2010
  • Summary: Nation Red is NOT just "another zombie shooter". We have the "Resident Evil" TPS series, yes. We have the "Zombie Shooter" top-down shooters too. However, Nation Red is way too different from those games to be even compared to them. This is my first review, but I'll try to make it as good as possible. The Positive Points of Nation Red are : ---> "Upgrading" your character. This is a feature that you'll find in every single RPG. As you level up, you can choose new PERKS.
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GameBrowser, Metacritic
5 October 2010
  • Summary: Definitely the best top-down zombie shooter on PC! You'll be under constant attack of zombie hordes. Bloody top-down action which is pretty difficult to start with but you'll soon get better at it. Very nice graphics for an Indie title with lots of game modes to play in. Free Play and Bridge Barricade are my favorites.
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