Stubbs the Zombie in "Rebel without a Pulse" Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: With an industry constantly looking for something fresh and new, Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse is just the title to fit that bill. This is an experience that is fresh, fun, and completely unique.
Excerpt: Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse for the Xbox is, undeniably, one of the most unique games that a person could play. The biggest question raised by this somewhat odd and entertaining game is: How does it stack with the fundamentals of the Christian faith? Let\'s take a look, shall we?
Excerpt: Features 1-2 players In game Dolby Digital HDTV - 480p The poor zombies, boy do they have it bad as they are forced to play the bumbling, grunting, simpleton villains who lose heads and limbs simply to help make a video game bloodier while the undead get to be the heroes.
Excerpt: Being the first non-Halo game to be created using the Halo engine really puts pressure not only on the developers of the new game, but it's also a testament to the engine that's being used to create the game; Especially when the game on the outside has nothing to do with the game engine it is using.
Conclusion: Stubbs the Zombie is one of the more surprising games of 2005 and I would consider it one of the sleeper hits of this year. Unfortunately it is hard for me to recommend this game as anything more than a rental, simply because you can complete it in one sitting.
Conclusion: It really depends on what your taste is in games. If you’re a fan of the horror genre, then this is definitely one for you to pick up. If you’re just a casual gamer then I would be sure to put this on your rental list.
Excerpt: Du har med sikkerhed dræbt tusindvis af zombier igennem tiden i diverse spil - nu er det tid til selv at være en af de levende døde. Men pas på, menneskehjerner giver luft i maven - så er du advaret.