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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 885d ago | review

Earn To Die Review: More Boring Than The Walking Dead Season 2 | Hardcore Droid

Ah zombies. They’re one of the few enemies that no one has any problem slaughtering in large numbers. If the Red Dawn remake had zombies instead of Chinese or North Korean villains no one would have had a problem with it. A properly done zombie game can give you hours of satisfying gory fun like Left 4 Dead, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare DLC and the classic Sega Genesis Zombies Ate My Neighbors. A badly done zombie game can be a disaster like the notoriously janky Resident Evil 6 that had such poor controls it was the subject of a youtube parody series. While Earn to Die won’t motivate anyone to make a parody series because it has a solid concept and satisfying graphics, it unfortunately falls short when it comes to its un-engaging gameplay and controls. (Android, Earn to Die, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 2.6/5

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