Submitted by neilmc74 2014d ago | review

Electro-Candy Review: - Zombie Apocalypse-XBLA

Smaller versions of big things can sometimes be great. In Florida, there used to be a model village – well, country – based on China. Within said model village are faithful recreations of pretty much every tourist attraction within said country. The Dalai Lama's Potala Palace, the Leshan Grand Buddha and even the Great Wall of China at half a mile long and containing 6.5 million bricks, was all lovingly recreated in miniature. The likenesses were so accurate that, if you took photographs of each exhibit without a human in shot for size comparison, you could convince your friends that you were at the real thing quite easily. (Xbox 360, Zombie Apocalypse) -

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