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Into the Dead 2

Rating Summary

Based on 12 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

51

Top Critic Average

17%

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General Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchOct 25, 2019

Developer: Versus Evil

Publisher: Gearbox Publishing

Genres: Horror, Action

Journey through the zombie Apocalypse in a race to save your family. Arm yourself with an arsenal of powerful weapons and do whatever it takes to survive. Maim, mow down, and Massacre the dead - anything to keep moving! In a world where no one is safe, how Far will you go to make it out alive? - 60 story levels spread across 7 chapters-each containing special challenges to complete - 3 different endings to discover - 8 Loyal animal companions-from lovable dogs to ferocious tigers, these companions aide you in battle, level up, and come with special abilities - 25 unique weapons across 8 classes-each with up to 7 different boosts to equip - The all-new sawblade launcher weapon and Bear companion give you the maiming power to keep you moving

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Amazon

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Into the Dead 2 - Nintendo Switch - Official Announce Trailer

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Into the Dead 2 Reviews

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Into the Dead 2 is a pretty fun, well-made auto-run zombie survival game that arrives on Switch at a ludicrous price point that makes it very hard to justify picking up.

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Into the Dead 2 is an endless runner originating in the mobile gaming segment and for that, it does a decent job with its apocalyptic atmosphere and fun gameplay mechanics. If only it had been properly adapted for the Nintendo Switch, however, then perhaps the game would be something more worthy of the console's catalogue, rather than a visually enhanced version of a short experience for mobile devices. As such, it's also impossible to justify its selling price when the original version is free.

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Into the Dead 2's transition from a heavily microtransactioned mobile game to the Nintendo Switch is not without issues.

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Everyone else, however, is probably better off waiting until it’s discounted, otherwise they might feel as gone in the head as the shambling undead they’re killing time and time again.

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