How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition for Xbox One
Xbox One

How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition

Oct 29, 2014
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Developer: Eko Software
Content Rating: Mature


A complete edition including the original crafting survival zombie nightmare plus 6 additional thrilling DLCs. How to Survive now is more fun and tougher than ever. Survive on a zombie infested archipelago, fulfill your basic needs of food, water and shelter while facing natural and unnatural threats. - An eccentric survival guide will teach you to craft dozens of weapons and tools: from fishing rods or bows, to chainsaws or explosives. - 7 islands filled with exuberant flora and fauna.

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Miguel ConcepcionDec 08, 2014
It’s next to useless to the devoted who have followed How to Survive and have picked up every subsequent DLC along the way. Didn’t EKO Software learn anything from the record industry--that the trick to luring fans with greatest hits collections is to add at least one new song, even if it’s terrible? This is not a director’s cut, but rather EKO Software’s aspirational idea of a Game of the Year Edition.
Justin R.R GieniNov 11, 2014
The vast amount of content found within How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition, along with a mysterious story that keeps you wondering, the local and online co-op, and some very intriguing achievements, will have any fan of the survival genre hooked. It isn't perfect, but this should provide hours upon hours of gory, blunt object, rabid deer and zombie-filled entertainment.
Mick FraserOct 29, 2014
How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition is a fun challenge when played alone, and a blast with a friend, but Eko really should have put more effort into re-polishing it for the next-gen release. Still as addictive as ever, and the extra modes – Barricade in particular – are such comfortable fits that its surprising they weren’t always there, but it’s still a way from perfect. Of course, that’s not really the point, as there’s still nothing else like it on Xbox One or PS4.