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Submitted by Val1s 410d ago | review

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army Review at CalmDownTom

Rebellion released the first Sniper Elite in 2005 with their award winning ballistics. They followed that up with the reboot, Sniper Elite v2 in 2012 in which they added the controversial “X-Ray Kill Cam”. This latest installment sees Rebellion ditch the stealth for zombies in Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army. (PC, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army) 6/10

xPhearR3dx  +   411d ago
Can't say I agree with this review. As a stand alone expansion and only $15, it's certainly worth your time. Really hope it comes to consoles so I can buy it again to play with my Xbox friends.
Val1s  +   411d ago
You probably just read the score. I'll just leave this here for you:

"This leads me to the conclusion that Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a good co-op zombie shooter. If you enjoy playing games like Left 4 Dead with friends then Nazi Zombie Army is a good addition to your co-op game rotation."

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