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Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army | The Game Scouts

Tin Salamunic: Last year’s Sniper Elite V2 was a gem in a genre overflowing with derivative and uninspired titles. It steered away from convoluted shooter tropes like button prompts and handholding and strictly focused on its superb gameplay. While it didn’t have the aesthetic pizzazz of COD or Battlefield, it carried its own weight with the blissfully brutal X-Ray cam. It was simple, sometimes even silly, but undeniably fun. If you’re like me and are still eagerly anticipating an announcement for the next installment, the guys at Rebellion have the perfect fix: Nazi Zombie Army. Before you sigh at the though of just another zombie-inspired DLC slapped onto a franchise, take a look at the screenshot below. Yea, that’s right…the acclaimed X-Ray cam in combination with zombies is a match made in heaven. (PC, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army) 8.5/10

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