Excerpt: This generation has seen a renaissance of the twin-stick shooter. Love it or hate it, this niche genre has been a huge part of the downloadable scene for the past five years, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere any time soon. The same can be said about the zombie theme, which is pretty much everywhere these days. There are games centered around zombies, and there are others that find clever ways to include them. Housemarque's Dead Nation is one of the former.
Excerpt: The world as we know it has ended, decimated by an undeadly virus. Flooding the streets, the dead roam hungry in search of the few survivors remaining, a pair of which, Jack McReady and Scarlett Blake, have discovered they’re both immune to the infection. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe. It just means they won’t come back; they’ll never join the other side of the Dead Nation .
Conclusion: At the close of 2010 you'd think zombies and twin stick shooters were well past their expiration dates, but Housemarque had other plans. Through Dead Nation they have delivered an experience that's ripe with tension and never content to let the player settle down. Survival was difficult but over time felt secondary to protecting the integrity of the score multiplier, and either approach keeps the player effortlessly transfixed on managing the perilous circumstances.
Conclusion: Einen so coolen Zombieshooter hatte ich für 12,99€ nicht erwartet, daher machte das Spiel umso mehr Spaß. Viele Waffen, noch mehr Zombies und einiges an Freischaltbarem erwartet euch bei Dead Nation. Da kann man auch über die konstruierte Story hinweg sehen.
Conclusion: Et moderne, velpoleret og sjovt Alien Breed med zombier? Kan man lide top-down shootere eller zombie-action, s� er der rigeligt at komme efter her for fans af begge genrer. Da der er mere sjov at hente her end i mange fuldprisspil, s� er de 99 kroner, det koster p� PSN, absolut v�rd at ofre. Og s� er det ca. ti gange sjovere end remaket af Alien Breed , som kom sidste �r.