Summary: State of Decay is a game...a game about zombies...there haven't been many of those...right? Of course the truth is, there are FAR too many zombie games on the market. The real question; is State of Decay worth the $20 or is this one twitching corpse you should avoid? Let's watch and see!
Summary: i have difficulty using the keys they fix assign for pc games, i hate,hate,hate pc games that dont let you remap keys! this should be stamped on all pc games, what a waste of my money. rating the game is impossible if i cant even play it.
Summary: I purchased this hoping to find some DayZ-like game, but... it's like a GTA zombie game, with a strong arcade feel to it. No atmosphere. No realism. This is an X-Box game. I would like there to be a warning on all such games: "NB! This was made for some crappy console! NOT for PC!" If there was I would know which games NOT to buy....
Summary: This game is bad, and the people who made it should feel bad. The problems start as soon as the game does. The introductory credits and in-game "cutscenes" are both unskippable. This is a cardinal sin in video game design and shows the quality of thought put into this title. Honestly, they teach that this is a bad idea in introductory design courses. The controls are badly, badly flawed.
Summary: Probably the best zombie survival game out there. It has almost everything right, and for a zombie fan, it is definitely 10/10. It's a mix of GTA, action rpg and house building/management. Exactly what was missing in the genre (of the zombies I mean)! To the date of the 1st November it works flawlessly with keyboard and mouse too.
Summary: Claims to be "Now you and the few scattered survivors must band together to survive and rebuild in a 3rd-person action game set in a dynamic open world." However, from the get-go it's a story quest driven roller-coaster. very light in the "role playing" department. As you run around questing you'll gain stats that change nothing in the way of gameplay. If you go off alone, your play is limited by Exhaustion, which lowers your max stamina 10% every 20 mins.
Summary: This version of the game is a port from the Xbox to the PC and is filled with bugs and glitches. There is no mouse or keyboard support. The AI of the zombies and the NPC's is horrible. The game is a funnel game where you are forced to follow a specific path so it is not a true open environment. The shooting/aiming of weapons is awful and clumsy.
Summary: I understand that this game is an Early Access scam, but I didn't expect it to be THIS clunky. It feels like there's a good game here, in terms of the core mechanics, but it's severely under-developed. The primitive game engine and art assets might be excusable if they made for smooth gameplay, but to look this terrible, and perform this badly, too?
Summary: What PC game release's with mandatory controller use, and no mouse and keyboard support? This goes to show this is nothing but a cash in with no effort put into the port what so ever. Its sad.
Summary: As with most games these days, SOD is just another cheap and nasty console game being mass-marketed, but with absolutely no integrity at all as far as PC games are concerned. It's little more than leftover dregs of a very low budget console game. It has actually been released on PC with no Keyboard/Mouse support which is downright insulting, to make this lazy port even worse, the game has really bad forced mouse acceleration which makes playing with a Mouse impossible...