Dead Alliance for PlayStation 4
PS4

Dead Alliance

Aug 29, 2017
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About this game

Developer: IllFonic
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Dead Alliance™ is a fast-paced, multiplayer first-person zombie shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world, where former military bases have been turned into the only remaining city-states. Build your squad and take strategic control of bases across maps infected with zombies, using the dead themselves as weapons against your opposing faction. Armed with a variety of loadouts that range from guns to pheromone grenades, you'll face off against enemy armies and gruesome, human-eating killers - all while attempting to capture and control as many bases as possible. The world is a wasteland, and your only hope for survival is to use the dead...or join them.

Gamer Reviews

213 Reviews
6.33
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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
5.67
Ahmed MohamedSep 10, 2017
Dead Alliance may not have the best visuals or the biggest budget, but it implements a MOBA-like system into an appropriate zombie shooter mold and provides a unique experience, unlike anything I’ve played in the genre. Other developers would do well to take notes from Psyop Games on their brilliant combination between MOBA and multiplayer shooter.
Blake GrundmanSep 01, 2017
Personally, my biggest complaint is the fact that Dead Alliance feels unfinished. Even simple things like tutorials to explain higher level combat mechanics or how a gameplay mode works are nowhere to be found. There’s an in-game currency accrued throughout that can apparently be used to create your own custom loadouts. Nothing is done to call attention to this feature and it’s hidden behind an option on the main screen called “Hideout.”.
2.00
Jim HargreavesSep 06, 2017
While I liked a couple of the ideas behind Dead Alliance, they’re not capitalised on to create something truly interesting. What we’re left with is a painfully generic, often broken online shooter that’s begging to be put in the ground, preferably under ten feet of quick-set cement.

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