Palmer Sturman: Rebellion’s Zombie Army Trilogy is probably some of the most fun I’ve ever had in a multiplayer zombie game. Though the single player leaves a bit to be desired, especially during campaigns, when four people take on the Nazi zombie menace it brings together the perfect mix of fun, carnage, and unexpected totally over the top scenarios. The newly added Horde mode is some of the most fun I’ve had with a mode like it since it originally debuted with Gears of War 2. Sure, the Zombie Army Trilogy doesn’t really bring anything new to the table, but its presentation more than makes up for the borrowed ideas. The total overhaul of the first two titles more than justifies the price point, but if you stop and consider the inclusion of new characters, weapons, modes, a revamped gore system, more fluid movement and melee, and, as if that wasn’t enough, a third entirely new entry, you have to realize that this isn’t just a bargain, it’s a steal.