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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 647d ago | review

IGN- How to Survive Review

IGN:How To Survive's big problem isn't what's there, it's what isn't - that it’s less half a game as half of several different ones, duct-taped together in its own crafting system to create something functional, but hardly desirable. It's an adequate twin-stick shooter, and a few years ago that might have been enough. With so many zombie games out there now though, one this uncommitted to its own ideas can never hope to be more than just part of the horde. (How to Survive, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5.4/10

LightningMokey  +   647d ago
It's a fun game, but I agree with this review. I'm still going to play this game for months though.

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