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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 882d ago | review

Gamespy-The War Z Review

GS:Somewhere out there in The War Z's zombie-infested Colorado map is food and drink, supplies, and weaponry to help fend off the undead and other players. The challenge, for me, was putting up with its awkward movement controls, the hackers, and the random buggy deaths long enough to find them. The War Z displays astonishing design ineptitude and some of the worst kinds of microtransactions in gaming, all in one ugly package. I'm feeling worn down -- but not tired enough to not be angry. (PC, The War Z) 0.5/5

Jackhass  +   882d ago
This whole War Z story has been a fascinating trainwreck.
NYC_Gamer  +   882d ago
War Z is a piece of garbage that tried to cash in on DayZ success
Hufandpuf  +   882d ago
0.5 because they have a menu.
ThanatosDMC  +   882d ago
I respect that author for his brutal honesty. Wish more people would do this.
WeskerChildReborned  +   882d ago
I love how the developers screwed up their game and themselves in just the past few days, Bravo.
kassler  +   881d ago
It was a scam. Now they are counting their money and laughing.

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