Reviews and Problems with Stubbs the Zombie: Rebel Without a Pulse
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21 February 2013
Summary: Oh man did I fall in love with this game! I played it a few years after it came out, and loved every minute of it! I still play it today every once in a while because they just don't make games like this anymore!
Summary: Fantastic game from 2005! No doubt the best game for being a zombie as it has everything in it from classic zombie lore/hollywood flicks. If you love zombies and 1950's with a futuristic twist, you'll faint after playing a minute of this. I highly recommend it! Great gameplay, awesome 1950's inspired soundtrack, nothing can go wrong in this game as you set out as Stubb's to get payback.
Summary: This game is fun, but unfortunatly it gets very repetitive. For the first few minutes of the game it is quite entertaining to personally invade someone's brain cavity, but eventualy it gets quite aggravating. Good for a few laughs only.
Summary: I love how he throws his insides as an bomb or grenade. Then there just eating brains and other zombies help you in the campaign. Multiplayer is awesome tooo with grubbs and my family loves this but my dad hates this game.
Pros: Awesome audio, Addictive gameplay, Tight controls, Just plain fun
Summary: Ok, so your finally the zombie and it feels great. this games a innovative breakthrough and will keep you playing all night. the games short but playing it over and over just makes it better. and lets face it eating brains feels great and looks great too, even for an orignal xbox game. but there is not content, and the story isnt so hot but still you got give it props.
Pros: Amazing visuals, Addictive gameplay, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: Zombie fans rejoice! A great un-dead action packed, head rolling brain munching, adventure is available at an X-Box near you. You control a Zombie named Stubbs in a 50's/60's idea of a futuristic town called Punch Boll. You're out on a nice rampage with all sorts of destinations from the mall to a farm not to mention a very good sound track. The Camera controls can be a bit touchy at times but the game play handles well.
Summary: So what if it's not for the 360? Guess what? The 360 games all suck. If you want to go spend 500 bucks on a system with no games, go buy a 360. If you want to spend 50 bucks on the funniest game you'll play this year, go buy Stubbs. There's something for everyone here. Zombies, nazis, robots, flying cars, jetpacks, rednecks, rayguns, blood, brains, arms, legs, heads, headless zombies, farting, pissing, pissing on zombies ... there's even a barbershop quartet.
Summary: I've heard many good things about this game. I was tempted to buy it the other day, but bought Evil Dead: Regeneration instead. I think that as soon as I complete ED, I'll buy this for a laugh. nd if Empire say that it can be completed in under 5 hours, that means that I'll do it in a record 10 hours! Yay! ...