Summary: Jesus. The controls are beyond stupid...they're inconsistent. First it tells you that how fast you move forward depends on how far forward you lean. Except the sensor frequently gets confused with whether you're leaning forward or backwards, so when you want to walk forward, you just find yourself going backwards. Then there's the whole train scene where it never bothers to tell you that you need to hold your arms out for balance or run in place to run.
Summary: you could say im a pro zombies player - i hold world records on blops and blops 2 zombies. i was hoping this could be cool with the connect but the controls and gameplay are downright TERRIBLE. I couldnt make it 30 minutes into the game and not because of the zombies but because i couldnt jump a river fast enough #superlame
Summary: A missed opportunity! Doesn't fighting zombies using your hands and body sound cool?? Why can't Kinect be more like (the computer interface at the police station in) Minority Report?? Well, maybe that's asking too much. For this game, after the initial interest and acclimation to the movements, it's rather a drag to do anything. Don't bother unless it's a gift for a kid.
Summary: in this era so far too many zombie games i admit there are a few good ones but after a while it tends to get boring because you kind of get the feel of whats it about or whats gonna happen, am a huge zombie fan and i read watch and play it as well.
Summary: I wanted action all I got was walking and opening doors, I tried for ten minutes but should have given up after one. avoid if you want a beat em up.It did not even deserve a star but had to leave something.