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Survival games are good if you want to channel your inner Bear Grylls but how about a zombie survival game? Some would argue that it would be good training for the inevitable end to real-life, for others it could be one step too far. Either way, Zombie Watch has arrived today on Xbox to prepare you for the end of days.
The double offering of Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol makes a lot of sense if you are looking for a retro-styled challenge. It’s able to deliver all the difficulty of old-skool gaming, and all the challenge that entails, but in a modern setting that even allows saves to be made; the best of both worlds.
Much like the releases of today, not all games from the early 1990s were a success. But Zombies Ate My Neighbors went down pretty well, so well in fact that it inspired a sequel - Ghoul Patrol. And that was pretty well received too, so much so that both Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol have now been relaunched on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
We’ve waxed lyrical about how great Zombie Army 4: Dead War is numerous times, yet that base experience which launched in 2020 has only been enhanced by a huge number of DLC drops. The latest which has arrived during Season 3 not only adds in a new spine-chilling campaign mission, but sees the iconic characters from Left 4 Dead joining the fight - for free.
You don't need us to tell you how good Zombie Army 4: Dead War already was upon first release, and really we shouldn't need to explain just how well the plethora of additional content drops has only enhanced that base game. What we will tell you though is that Rebellion aren't done yet and right now it's time to usher in a new season of terror as Zombie Army 4: Dead War delivers its biggest campaign mission yet with the launch of free and paid DLC through Season Three and Terminal Error. Are you ready to Return to Hell?
It must be said that there are already hours and hours of gorgeous gaming content included in Civilization VI. In fact, if there was one game you could effectively play for the rest of the year without getting bored, Civ VI is it. Now though even more options open up to players with the arrival of the latest addition to the New Frontier Pass - the Portugal Pack.
After initially gathering up near-cult status from launch back in 2005, Stubbs is back, rising from the dead and ready to eats some brains on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC.
I wasn’t expecting much from Stubbs the Zombie, but Rebel Without a Pulse has proved to be enjoyable, with an entertaining narrative, writing and zaniness. If you're after some old-school action and can forgive the dated visuals, then Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse on Xbox might well be worth your time.
Dying Light - the game that just keeps giving - is back in the limelight again, this time as players get the chance to celebrate six years since launch with a brand new Zombie Hunt and a tasty little new Tactical Unit dropping in to play.
Fast forward to 2015, and as I was eagerly watching the E3 coverage, a familiar-looking presence appeared on the screen. For some reason, the new Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 game was trailed in the Microsoft segment, rather than at the EA event, but I have to say it looked awesome.
We've only recently seen the conclusion to Zombie Army War 4's Season 2 content drops, but that's not stopping Rebellion from continuing on their march to global zombie domination as 9 brand new premium DLC packs arrive for use.
Confirmed as one of the best games to release in 2020, Zombie Army 4: Dead War has continued to go from strength to strength, with much of the appeal coming in the form of the various content additions that have risen up along the way. Today we see the thrilling conclusion to the second season of content as Dead Zeppelin brings an end to the awesome Death From Above campaign - and it brings with it a host of new exciting gear too.
For many - read: us - Zombie Army 4 is right up there with the very best games of the year. But that's not just due to Rebellion throwing out a cracking base game. Oh no, you see, Zombie Army 4: Dead War has consistently reached heights due to a number of brilliant DLC drops too - the latest of which throws us in to an Alpine Blitz with the continuation of Season 2 content.
Unturned on Xbox is very much a game of two halves. If you go into it looking for a challenging survival game, and you aren't too worried about polish, or lack thereof, there is fun to be had here. Staying alive is hard, and keeping healthy is even harder. However, it’s not going to be for everyone, as the lack of explanation about the mechanics of the game soon becomes tiresome.
Developed by those at Smartly Dressed Games, with 505 Games behind the publishing rights, UNTURNED has taken the Steam world by storm, grabbing thousands of very positive reviews since launch back in 2017. Now though it's time for Xbox and PS4 players to enjoy the sandbox survivor. The question is, do you have what it takes to forge alliances among the living, in order to survive the unde
We've blasted through the undead in the base game, and have spent multiple hours working through the depths of the Hell Cult with the first season of content. Now though Rebellion want us to prove our worth once more as Season 2 of Zombie Army 4: Dead War rolls out. Let the slaughter continue…
With Zombie Army 4: Dead War precision is key. After-all, you can't nail a proper headshot and nor pull off one of those gory X-ray kills without it. And that is where the latest DLC pack comes in; a pack that brings new weaponry, Charms and Skins all based around the Crossbow Pistol.
Are you still battling through the undead masses with Zombie Army 4: Dead War on Xbox One, PS4, Google Stadia or PC? Well, the slaughter looks set to continue for the foreseeable future as Seasons 2 and 3 have now been confirmed by Rebellion.
Ah Zombie Army 4, what a game you are. But aside from being a damn fun zombie shooter, Zombies Army 4: Dead War is ripe for reaping in terms of content too and that is no more true than from today when a host of new content has dropped into the game, giving players the chance to go kitted out with new weaponry, outfits and gear.
It was back at the start of 2018 when we had the opportunity to review Dustoff Heli Rescue 2 on Xbox One. And being honest, despite a few shortcomings, it was really good fun to play through. Now though we see the same Invictus Games team preparing to deliver the third title in the series, as Dustoff Z is announced for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Turtle Rock Studios, the development team behind Left 4 Dead and Evolve, has revealed new concept art for its upcoming co-op zombie FPS Back 4 Blood
For a zombie killing good time, there is nothing better than spending an hour or two with Rebellion's brilliant Zombie Army 4. But whilst the base game in itself provides plenty of shooting opportunities, it's in the DLC that this experience really comes to life. And that is no more true with the Hell Cult campaign which is found delivering it's concluding part, alongside a whole host of brilliant downloadable content for us all to enjoy.
It's safe to say that Rebellion once again pulled one out of the bag with Zombie Army 4: Dead War. After wowing the gaming masses with the Sniper Elite series, delivering the goods with Strange Brigade, and working wonders with the Zombie Army Trilogy, Zombie Army 4: Dead War has just taken things to the next level. It's time to up the stakes again though as today we see the arrival of Blood Count - the thrilling second chapter in the Hell Cult campaign.
It’s not a big game, or particularly clever, but what it does have is that gaming X-Factor; that hook that keeps you playing every time you accidentally blow a survivor up or get pogo'd by a punk zombie. With only three levels to go at, it’s not going to be hugely long-lasting, but you will have fun while it lasts.