Dealspwn.com writes: "So it's such a shame that the game itself is a hopelessly derivative focus-tested mess of browns and greys, of hackneyed mechanics and decade-old design. You'll rarely see a game bring literally no ideas of its own to the table while obviously cribbing off so many other songsheets, both in terms of gameplay, art direction and tone. It's a generic singularity so powerful that no shred of originality or individuality can escape. Scourge Outbreak isn't just reminiscent of every third-person shooter you've ever played, it is every third-person shooter you've ever played.
Only cheaper. And worse."