Zombie Army Trilogy reviews

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Beautiful Zombie Slingshot plate for several Hours alone or in The Coop (Horden Mode) with a Buddy And fight your way through the Piles of undead with the Sniper rifle, Shotgun, tank Fist, stalk hand Grenades etc. Meet different Enemies who have it partly in them and divide them into Pieces with your Weapon. Is Like Left4Dead just in the Thirdperson View, where most Zombies move slowly and you have plenty of Time to achieve a perfect Headshot in X-ray View and then marvel;) Replay Value is guaranteed because in addition to the 3rd Part of the campaign of the Nazi Zombie Series, you will also get Part 1 and 2 delivered in polished HD quality with the latest Sniper Elite 3 Engine. In the Steam Sale definitely strike for Zombie Fans. I would also give a Buy recommendation for the German Version, as the Proportion of violence and Gora is completely untouched. The few Swastikas No longer matter, which one does not always pay attention to anyway. But If you absolutely want to play with History symbols, you can resort to the regional Lock-free version or have it poisoning. This works without Detours without any Problems, thanks to Rebellion (Bethesda's Wolfenstein can take a Role model here). Otherwise Happy (Nazi) Zombie Hunting!
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Berlin, 1945: Hitler failed. Gathered with his closest Confidants in the Führer bunker, the Obsessive, who is obsessed with the Occult, has no choice but to summon an Army of fallen Soldiers with the Help of an artifact. A last Resort to conquer the World. And he succeeds: Germany is overrun by Zombies. Only a small Group of Resistance fighters takes up the seemingly seeming Fight against countless Brain-eaters. This narrative Foundation has done its Limness on the PC over two episodes of five sections each and works here as well-even for the new third Chapter, which again spans five Missions and the Zombie Army Trilogy to a roughly 12 to 17 Hour long Fight for Survival. In the Trilogy, you can also compete with Women against the Undead. The Zombiehatz was particularly Inspired by the European undead horror, which was shaped in the seventies, eighties and Nineties by Directors such as Umberto Lenzi, Lucio Fulci or Dario Argento. Accordingly, one finds not only Shock moments and heaps of explicit Violence, but above all in the final Chapter of the Trilogy numerous cinematic Allusions, among others on The Wicker Man or The Evil Dead. The grandiose synth soundtrack, with its gritty Cadences, shrill horror Moments and Driving Basses, was also inspired By this Era of Horror Film, also evoking memories of John Carpenter's horror compositions. If you have a Friend or some Friends with whom you can play the Game, it's all the more Fun than alone.
Read more...