Top Critic Average
The GamePad's gone, but Ubisoft's undead are just as feisty and thrilling as ever.
Despite some ho-hum combat, Zombi's handling of death and exploration make it a worthwhile horror game.
A solid survival horror experience unfortunately plagued by bugs and control issues.
One of the best survival horrors of recent years, that functions almost as well as the Wii U version and offers a mature-rated adventure that is as ruthlessly difficult as it is engrossing.
Zombi is hardly a deluxe version of ZombiU, with numerous bugs and few graphical improvements. It's still a good survival game, but feels outdated and misses the Wii U Game Pad.
This charming survival horror game is a Wii U exclusive no more, but can it compete on other platforms?
Ubisoft's super-immersive zombie game infects the PS4, but there's not enough improvement to justify it to previous owners.
This is a reasonably priced port that is definitely recommended to anyone who doesn't own a Wii U.
ZombiU was one of the diamonds in the Wii U's rough first year, but many said that the game -- which heavily used the Nintendo system's tablet-like pad -- couldn't be ported elsewhere
The removal of some terrific features, plus the lack of effort for the PC version, serves to knock the game down a tad compared to its ZombiU alternative, but it is nonetheless a gruesomely enjoyable ride, and I honestly hope it gets the attention it deserves this time.