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About this game
Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
Content Rating: Mature
London is falling. Are you prepared? The Last Blight is upon us. It was foretold. For the second time in history, a great plague has shrouded London in a fog of death. Big Ben tolls as thousands of unprepared die, or worse, are infected by a sickness more gruesome than death. You’re still breathing, for now, but how long will you survive the labyrinth of London’s streets and underground canals, abandoned by the outside world and surrounded by infected? The horrifying remains of humanity, ravaged by the terrifying disease, are shuffling through the streets, waiting at every turn to prey on your living flesh.
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At the right price, Zombi is a worthy purchase for some. Unfortunately, some of its technical shortcomings and painfully repetitive sequences kill much of the enjoyment. Not to mention some of the clumsy combat and dated gameplay makes for an experience that is far more tedious than it needs to be. In the end, I enjoyed my time with Zombi in small spurts but the some of its parts could use far more polish.
Zombi was a stealth release. It just came out of nowhere with little announcement. The beauty part is that many folks never got to experience this on the Wii U and the port has been done fairly well. It might not have huge improvements, but it runs at a solid 30 fps most the time with a resolution increase, some added weapons, and FOV change.
Zombi is the textbook example of a game that needs a sequel. Within the trope-ripe grounds of the zombie shooter, it builds interesting NPCs, delivers genuine scares, and makes deaths mean something more than a respawn. With more exciting combat, Zombi might have been a must-own for horror fans. As it stands, it’s a fun game that does most things right, but constantly reminds you of its biggest flaw.