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Submitted by Wiiloveit 780d ago | review

Review: Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army (DarkZero)

"In this day and age, nearly every zombie-based videogame slots into the "unoriginal" category. We've  had these walking undead featured in first-person shooters, survival horror, tower defence, puzzlers, twin-stick shooters, and have even played as one in Stubbs the Zombie. So when Rebellion announced they were making a standalone title to Sniper Elite V2 but based on zombies, I was a little concerned over how it might turn out. Seems I had nothing to worry about, because if anyone is looking for a cooperative game to play with some friends based on World War 2 and Hitler’s fascination for the supernatural, then you can find lots of fun to be had in Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army." (DarkZero) (PC, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army) 7/10

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