Summary: As 2011 closed out it only seemed fitting that the gaming community was, once again, presented with the chance to take a shotgun to the head of its most overused mascot, the zombie. I mean, it was only last week when the last zombie themed video game, let alone a zombie themed twin-stick shooter came out, right?
Conclusion: But what is unforgivable is that All Zombies Must Die! commits the ultimate video game sin by becoming boring. Much like the classic example of Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest , (that’s right, I went there) quantity must not come at the expense of quality or even a basic level of enjoyment. It’s a real shame because with more variety and less padding AZMD could’ve been so much more.
Excerpt: Let’s be honest, we are hardly bereft of zombie games . In fact, the whole genre is dangerously close to becoming rather stale, with new games struggling to be heard above the din. Step forward Doublesix, who believe they have cracked the problem with their game, All Zombies Must Die!
Pros: Co-op is enjoyable., Crafting is a nice touch., Some great weapons., Humorous dialogue.
Cons: The lack of online co-op., Not great in single player., Quests become repetitive.
Conclusion: Petit prix pour un petit jeu, All Zombies Must Die ne va pas marquer votre ludothèque de son empreinte. Toutefois, son petit côté sympa et sans prise de tête peut suffire aux joueurs qui ne sont pas trop exigeants malgré la répétitivité des situations et quelques problèmes de gameplay. A essayer.