Zombie Army 4 is refreshingly guileless.
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Its linearity and lack of freedom will disappoint, but almost every other aspect is stellar.
An intriguing indie title hoping to make a successful transition from mobile to PC.
Not quite a knockout.
A fine collection of some of Psikyo's best works.
Full of fun and addictive gameplay, with a great hook in its simulation mode to keep the action going far beyond the game's campaign.
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An interesting specimen that would’ve benefitted from annoying tedium and clunky controls being weeded out of its gene pool.
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THQ has just declared open warfare on the likes of Blizzard, Runic Games, and the other ARPG big dogs.