Zombie Army Trilogy is the latest port for the Nintendo Switch from Rebellion, and while there are a few frights here and there in terms of its iffy online and poor motion controls, this outbreak is actually a fun, albeit repetitive excursion to a timebent WW2 era. The Allies are close to taking Berlin, but in a desperate turn of events, Adolf Hitler in his bunker activates Plan-Z and resurrects the fallen soldiers on the battlefield as zombies. This general storyline is a means to an end and is not the main hook of the game. However, if you like whacky alternate history timelines and an occult twist, you may dig it. Many, many zombies in open landscapes and very narrow hallways. Every sniping weapon feels great to shoot with different reticles, recoil, and reload rates to find the right one for you. There are also shotguns, various pistols, and other tools at your disposal. Players compete for the best score, and with each headshot, explosion, or killshot, your combo increases.
Review: Zombie Army 4: Dead War
Zombies, or more accurately, Nazi Zombies are nothing new to video games or pop culture for that matter. And when Rebellion was looking to produce a standalone expansion for their Sniper Elite series, the vile undead of the Third Reich was more than ready for the approaching slaughter. While Zombie Army: Trilogy, released back in was a very enjoyable co-op zombie shooter, it lacked a great deal of polish across the board, making the title extremely fun, but rarely impressive.
Half a decade later, Zombie Army 4: Dead War makes good on that polish and executes on exactly what this series needed to be. Dead War has you traveling from Venice, to Milan, the forest of Sardinia, to even a Croatian Zoo, and more, all in the efforts to stop evil where it stirs.
Zombie Army Trilogy contains both the Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army titles that best experienced in coop with friends or using the super handy matchmaking.
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Zombie Army Trilogy gets its First Patch, Lots of Fixes in Tow
By Gareth F The only real difference between a regular zombie and a Nazi zombie is the uniform, so what makes history’s eternal bad guys such a fearsome recurring theme in modern entertainment? Would a legion of undead nurses or traffic wardens staggering over the horizon strike as much fear into the heart of the public? Given the slew of videogames that involve either squaring up to the Nazi menace or taking on hordes of reanimated rotters, it was only going to be a matter of time before the two got shoe-horned together to cultivate a new sub-genre.
With the Zombie Army Trilogy and Italia getting to put the distance in on and the improved performance and matchmaking adds longevity to.
How does it translate to the Switch and should you pick it up? For those unfamiliar with the Zombie Army games they are a spinoff of the Sniper Elite series that Rebellion is known for. I always found the story in these games to just kind of be there to set the game up as the real point of playing them is to blast zombies either solo or with up to three friends.
Then there is the horde mode which puts you on several different maps and tests to see how long you and others can survive for. Levels in the game are somewhat linear as you move from point to point doing objectives and killing zombies. You have a nice arsenal to do it with to with assault rifles, shotguns, grenades, and of course sniper rifles.
Enemy variety is good too with there being normal zombies, suicide bomber zombies, bulky zombies with chainsaws and more. Sitting back and popping zombie heads is still enjoyable and when that slow motion X-ray cam kicks in letting you see your bullet travel and pierce the zombies bodies I always get a good feeling.
Zombie Army 4 Dead War Recensione: il ritorno dei nazisti non morti
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Zombie Army Trilogy – Patch 1 Released, Packs Various Graphical Updates & Fixes to toggle aiming down sights or scope view and improves matchmaking.
In the dying flames of World War Two, Hitler has unleashed one final unholy gamble — a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe. Team up or face annihilation. Adapt to harrowing occult enemies with custom weaponry and traps and experience the return of the acclaimed X-ray Kill Cam made infamous by the Sniper Elite series.
Experience gut-wrenching third-person horror and intense co-op action from the creators of Sniper Elite 3. In the dying flames of World War Two, Hitler has unleashed one final, unholy gamble — a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe. Fight alone or team up to save humanity from the zombie menace in this apocalyptic third-person shooter!
Brave the irradiated wastes of Germany solo, or fight back-to-back in online co-op for players.
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But the first patch, Patch 1, has been released and it fixes a number of great things to make it a bit better of an experience. The patch is in response not only to their internal testing, but also to the responses that they’ve received from the community. They seem to truly appreciate constructive feedback that they can then work into the game. But there are some good changes and fixes therein.
The biggest is the inclusion of the ability to toggle aim. I think that’s something that we all have our differing preferences to, and each game seems to have their own default setting, but you can now set your own, should you wish.
When Zombie Army Trilogy first landed on PS4 and Xbox One consoles in portable system thanks to the sheer simplicity of the matchmaking.
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Zombie Army 4: Dead War review
Hitler is making his play to return from hell in Zombie Army 4: Dead War, which is where players left him at the end of Zombie Army Trilogy. At E3 , this latest Sniper Elite standalone spin-off offered a comfortingly fun demo of gory zombie shooting, another potentially moreish four-player co-op shooter to join the growing ranks that have emerged since Left 4 Dead 2.
You’ll be taking survivors through formerly picturesque Southern Europe, now occupied by Hitler’s undead. My PC demo was actually in singleplayer, and I played as Sniper Elite protagonist Karl, who’s among several other returning characters in this entry. That means I carry a sniper rifle and shotgun, but on top of that, I have an electric fist melee attack that’s good for knocking zombies back, too. There’s an ’80s genre movie influence hanging over the game, which is most noticeable in the moody John Carpenter-esque music.
17 votes, 18 comments. Very fun 3rd person zombie game for very cheap. Would love to see Horde mode get more populated. Highly Recommend.
In the dying flames of World War II, Hitler has unleashed one final, unholy gamble — a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe. Fight alone or team up to save humanity from the zombie menace in this apocalyptic third-person shooter! Play solo or fight back to back in online co-op for players. Dare you take on one of the most intense and challenging third-person shooters in gaming?
Face gruesome enemies with iconic weaponry and powerful explosives. Dismember the undead to give yourself a fighting chance, and experience every putrid lung burst, every rotten bone shatter with the infamous X-ray Kill Camera.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review: “Take a seat on its crazy train”
In its self-aware campiness and macabre action, there is a contagious confidence in Zombie Army 4 that will leave anyone who plays it a fan of this exciting co-op shooter. Zoom out enough from the modern games industry and the slate of recent games can seem sort of binary; some games are about moments, like defying death and boss battles and saving the world, and others are about feelings, like melancholy and grief and hope.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War paradoxically fits into both and neither at once. As a third-person Nazi zombie shooter, no-one would suggest Zombie Army 4 is a novel concept — even its years-old debut already followed a long line of games depicting a similar world, but its merits exist beyond its story setup. To care about the story in Zombie Army 4 is misguided, and generally feels like more effort than the dev team expects of you.
If you played Zombie Army Trilogy, then you already know what to way I was able to join in on the fun with a quick matchmaking search.
It’s In desperation, Hitler initiates his plan to use Nazi occult research and create an army of zombies in retaliation. Will you have enough ammunition to take on a seemingly unstoppable force of the undead? As long as you bring enough friends along for the fight, then it’s a breeze! The Sniper Elite series is all about being a pro marksman; the aim, basically, is to get as many headshots with the weapons at hand as possible.
Since this game is all about facing mostly slow-moving zombies, skeletons, and other undead Nazi soldiers, it feels absolutely fantastic when you pull off headshots that make their heads explode. While your main objectives vary, your side goal during each mission is to rack up the largest combo possible to achieve a high score. Zombie Army Trilogy has two different modes: Campaign and Horde. Campaign mode presents a storyline where you and up to three other players progress through five separate missions containing three episodes each.
Horde mode is, essentially, a survival mode that challenges players to survive waves of zombies as they grow increasingly more difficult.