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Zombie Army Trilogy

Rating Summary

Based on 30 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

65

Top Critic Average

17%

Critics Recommend

Based on 30 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jul 21, 2015
Xbox OneJul 21, 2015
PCMar 6, 2015

Developer: Rebellion

Genres: Horror, Action, First-Person Shooter

The cult horror shooter series comes to an apocalyptic conclusion with an epic new third chapter, a heart-pumping new horde mode, and remastered editions of the best-selling Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2.
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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

Provided all you want is the chance to shoot decomposing Nazis in the face hundreds of times over, you can't really fault Zombie Army Trilogy for delivering on the crude grindhouse pleasures implicit in its title. It's also hard not to wish the game didn't do more to deviate from its amusing but repetitive blood-soaked trajectory.

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Exactly as simplistic and one note as the name implies, but if you want to shoot undead Nazis with your friends then you can't say the game doesn't deliver.

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If you can get past the cheap-feeling engine and have three buddies on hand, you'll have a lot of fun with Zombie Army Elite. It's a blast to overcome particularly tough sections with a team, and hitting an on-point shot from 50 feet away can provide quite the rush. While the package has a lot of problems that prevent it from justifying that $50 price tag, I enjoyed my time playing the entire campaign online.

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Zombie Army Trilogy knows what it wants to be, a straightforward zombie sniping game that lacks any real pretensions or delusions of grandeur. Parts of the trilogy are showing their age and difficulty spikes can sap away the fun, but steel yourself for a challenge, get some mates together and there's plenty to like about it.

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