We’re practically begging for mother nature or a top-secret military research facility to produce a disease that’ll have our teeth falling out, extremities falling off and leave us roaming mindlessly to eat the guts of our uninfected loved ones, satisfying our unquenchable hunger for human flesh while simultaneously initiating all into the mindless hordes of unfathomable, reanimated corpse darkness. What gives?
If zombies had a grandfather, it would probably be Frankenstein, the oldschool l33t zombie who basically spawned the entire race. But that was over 100 years ago now, so why the obsession with zombies these days? Is it some kind of collective subconscious plea to push through Obama’s healthcare act? Let’s find out.
Zombies in Video Games
Really, it boils down to this. The gaming premise offered by zombies is perfect. It delivers endless masses of enemies to kill, it’s entirely guilt free, scary as hell (when done right), endless sticky gore splashing in wonderful dark sprays around the muzzle flash of our M4 rifles...