Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

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Zombie Army 4: Dead War reviewed by Kyle Hilliard on Xbox One X. Also available for PlayStation 4 and PC. Narration by Max Scoville.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War feels largely familiar amid the horde of Left 4 Dead-style co-op shooters, but it isn’t without its clever mechanical touches and spins on the oldest of video game cliches: killing Nazi zombies. Between its varied and campy story campaign and an amusing horde mode, there are plenty of opportunities for harrowing teamwork and gory, disgusting X-ray kills. The weapon progression system doesn’t give a lot of reasons to branch out, though, so the pull of its replayability isn’t as strong as it could be.

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50 thoughts on “Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

  1. Did he say 8hr campaign? When me and my friend play and tend to explore all around with the highest difficulty setting. One chapter has a average of 35mins. There’s 32 chapters in total so it’s taking us a bit of time to complete.

  2. Cant help but think they should of waited for next gen for this game. The trilogy had a impressive amount of zambies on screen at one time and with the next gen consoles we should be able to increase horde sizes 10 fold!

  3. This game is no Left 4 Dead, after playing one hour of this game i already got bored of it. At least the characters in L4D are more interesting with their interactions with each other. This literally feels so empty, even in coop.

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