Reviews and Problems with Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge
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A Real Lack Of Riches
30 May 2013
Conclusion: One has to wonder about the wisdom of leaving behind the super-budget market with Zombie Tycoon 2 . There isn't quite enough substance to justify even a meager $9.99 price point. Fun but ultimately short-lived.
Conclusion: If you want a strategy game with zombies, this is probably your best option. Be warned that you may get frustrated with the difficulty and tired with the tedious nature of the stages. It is nice to be able to easily carry your game from the PS3 to the Vita and vice versa.
Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge is good for what it isn’t
18 May 2013
Excerpt: In a landscape of overly robust online strategy games, the relative simplicity of Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge might once have hurt it. Here, though it's a delightful change of pace that separates this otherwise fairly flawed game from the pack. It’s not anything like Plants vs. Zombies .
Excerpt: We so often take up arms against our zombie brothers that we never stop to wonder about the struggles they go through while trying to exterminate humanity. Enter mad scientist Orville Tycoon and his band of zombie underlings. Tycoon is on a rampage to take down his illustrious former mentor Dr.
Conclusion: Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge makes a good first impression with its clever controls, but ultimately abandons RTS fans by failing to create any real depth or options. Campaign maps and mission designs work directly against the small unit count and slow movement, and the one mode that could've...
Pros: Well thought-out controls, Surprising number of units
Cons: Switching units is cumbersome, Scattershot mission design, Multiplayer is painfully limited
Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge Review - a strategy hybrid with multiplayer thrills and single-player chills
30 April 2013
Summary: A refreshingly simple hybrid of RTS depth and MOBA thrills, Zombie Tycoon 2 shines in multiplayer despite limited options. Just don't bother with its tedious, punishing single-player campaign.
Pros: RTS meets MOBA with console simplicity, Charmingly zany art direction, Friends can learn and be competitive quickly
Cons: Obnoxious late-game difficulty, Repetitive music, framerate trouble on PS Vita, Very few multiplayer options
Excerpt: Just when you thought it was safe to remove the boards from your windows and doors, here comes Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge . This followup to the original 2009 PSP title designed by Frima studios puts you in control of a vicious zombie horde that will demolish anything on your path to total...
Pros: Excellent controls, Charming presentation, Good unit variety, Simple and fun multiplayer setup
Cons: Short and repetitive single player mode, Occasional gameplay glitches, Linear gameplay requiring trial and error