Zombie Driver is bad. In almost every conceivable way. It never really hits the mark on anything it attempts, leaving the player with a frustrating mess of interchangeable missions, a map that’s a chore to navigate, sluggish controls, and a story that you’ll forget before you hit the X button to close the software. You’d probably have more fun in a real zombie apocalypse.
Its combat system does not reach the highest standards and the lack of a multiplayer and online components stand out negatively but for those who don't see the latter two as priorities of the highest importance, Zombie Driver - Immortal Edition is varied and fun enough to give players some very enjoyable moments.
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Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition is one of those games that’s terrific to have sitting on the SD card of your Switch.
Zombie Driver is everything you'd expect from a game called Zombie Driver – zombies and driving and guts splattered all over your screen. Its great.
For anyone wanting to commit some mass zombie vehicular slaughter, Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition is an absolute must-have.
With so many ways to virtually kill zombies, playing Zombie Driver in this day and age offers little more than shallow albeit satisfying fun.
Ultimately, Zombie Driver is one of those games you pick up to play while you’re on the bus, or in the car (not driving) going somewhere. It’s a great title to pick up for a mission/round or two, but it definitely isn’t something I’d be able to sit down with for more than half an hour to an hour at a time, maximum. With the portability the Switch offers, if you use your Switch as a handheld more than a console, this may be that title to fill in the time for your weekly commute that you’ve been looking for.
Zombie Driver will have you sleeping at the wheel thanks to its bland and repetitive mission design.