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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 999d ago | review

ZombiU Review (GamingBolt)

"Set in modern London, you take on the role of a survivor who is aided by the mysterious Prepper, an unknown individual who guides you towards survival and an understanding of the source of the zombie outbreak. The plot follows your search for the cause and cure of the zombie plague, and it links into the crazy writings of real life Elizabethan theorist and royal advisor John Dee. It’s fascinating how Ubisoft have linked a rather generic horror trope like the zombie apocalypse story into the life and times of such an obscure and forgotten 16th century thinker. That said, the actual story is quite poorly told and is often marginalised in favour of the survival aspect; but boy is the survival aspect prominent." (Wii U, ZombiU) 9/10

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