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Submitted by ashbc 842d ago | review

NintendoStar Review: ZombiU

NintendoStar writes:

The concept of ZombiU is simple. You begin your quest for survival by fleeing into Shadwell station surrounded by undead hordes. From one moment to the next your thoughts should always remain on the single goal of staying alive. (Nintendo, Ubisoft, Wii U, ZombiU) 9/10

Splooshington  +   842d ago
Excellent game! Massively underrated.
ashbc  +   842d ago
Yeah I'm finding it really challenging but enjoyable at the same time. It seems to have the perfect mix.
1upgamer99  +   842d ago
True survival horror at some of its best. Great game! People like it or they don't though. One of my friends did not like it much, as he has no patients. I on the other hand can not get enough. Best played alone, with surround sound on!
MNGamer-N  +   842d ago
What kind of doctor is your friend?
1upgamer99  +   842d ago
LOL, funny. I guess not a very good one. :)
Splooshington  +   842d ago
I lol'd.

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