Drive through zombies, shoot, burn or nuke them - take your pick in Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition.
While Zompiercer has a great concept and ideas, the game is really rough at the moment.
Daymare: 1998 doesn't live up to its admittedly ambitious aspirations, as it's plagued by gameplay and story issues throughout.
Ever wandered down the street, just to be engulfed by a horde of zombies? Probably not, but if you do, don't let them ruin your day! All you have to do is grab your gun and mow them down.
Daymare 1998 is a salute to the horror games of the past and replicates games such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill and Dino Crisis and the result is a intriguing superb slice of nostalgia
90's gaming and a zombie apocalypse in a nutshell! Can you survive this nightmarish hell? Can H.A.D.E.S save the day, or make the situation worse? Why not jump in and see for yourself.
Resident Evil 3 is set to release in just a few days, but in the mean time, I wanted to give my thoughts on the demo that Capcom released earlier this month.
While the two leads should be unlikeable, the dialogue is worth the experience alone if you're not put off by South Park/Family Guy humour. Be advised that this is story-driven, so lots of periods of inactivity for the player.
The world has gone to ruin and you've run out of food. Time to get some help in Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning.
Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition brings a blood-fest of vehicular mayhem that's best played in a casual style.