Excerpt: We all know zombies well. Other than Nazis, they're probably the most common enemy in video games. They shamble around looking for brains, and people to add to their undead legions. While this is all good, we never get to see just why they feel the urge to wreack havoc. Luckily Stubbs is here to let us all know that the undead are just misunderstood.
Excerpt: Giving a Zombie the lead role in a video game must have seemed like a brilliant idea. In truth, it probably is a good idea, but Stubbs the Zombie isn't the game to use it properly. For all the brain eating, limb ripping-off and general zombie hi-jinks that go on, Stubbs is a game lacking in the very thing that it tries so hard to deliver: fun. Mentioning Halo numerous times on the cover art won't save Stubbs from being a good idea gone wrong.
Conclusion: While a bit on the short side, Stubbs is an example of the innovation we need to see more of in the gaming industry. Itâ€™s not a perfect game but it is certainly one of the funniest, entertaining games to come out in the last year or two.
Excerpt: In Punchbowl, Pennsylvania, the high-tech City of the Future, there is peace and quiet in this ultra-modern 1950's town. Everything is peaceful and it is an example for the entire world. However, can this city continue to be peaceful once Stubbs the Zombie begins to create an army of Zombie followers out of the people?
Conclusion: Stubbs is a nice little niche game from new developer Wideload. Eating brains always amounts for a good time and Stubbs really lays down the groundwork that could play into nice sequel. Stubbs the Zombie would qualify for a definite rent, the reason I cannot recommend this for everyone is because you really need to enjoy the B-Movie substance and Stubbs is short. You can comple Stubbs in a weekends time, but its fun while it lasts.