Conclusion: At the time of writing this review (15th March 2013) the game has been on sale for a few days with 50% off making it 400msp giving you all the more reason to give it a try. Overall i give it 4/5 stars, and remember this score is for an arcade title on the Xbox 360 so the scoring is far more lenient...
Summary: " All Zombies Must Die! " is the successor to DoubleSix’s other zombie blaster previously available on the PSN service entitled Burn Zombie Burn and although it may have been two years between games one must say that things have not moved forward as much as I had hoped.
Summary: All Zombies Must Die may sound like a senseless action game, but it turns out to be a moderately deep role-playing game. Part dual-stick shooter and part dungeon crawler, Doublesix's newest zombie game has a lot going for it.
Summary: Every year I say I'm done with zombie fiction. After so many movies, books, video games and TV shows, I have finally had enough with these stinky, rotting, ugly brain-eaters. And yet, almost immediately after making that bold proclamation, I discover that I still love The Walking Dead, watch...
Conclusion: All Zombies Must Die is a $10 downloadable game that fails to reach the bar it sets by its own absurdity. After a few hours you’re killing zombies with flaming shotguns and chainsaws and its pure craziness. But, the humor in the game from the characters never reaches that same level of craziness.
Excerpt: Want to play another zombie game? How about another twin-stick shooter? True, there's hardly a shortage of either of those, but let's face it: zombies are still popular. Perhaps not so much when it comes to twin-stick shooters.
Excerpt: As a single-player game, All Zombies Must Die! doesn’t hold up well, as it constantly saddles you with wave-killing quests and there’s little to break it up with alone. With friends, though, it can be a fun (if unfocused) experience. Just remember: not even a few of the zombies can live.
Pros: Upgrade system, 4-player co-op, weapons feel good
Cons: Local only, weak writing, lack of enemy variety