PocketGamer: "Although Zombie Crisis 3D 2 is anything but original and innovative, it does at least attempt to do things a little differently from its predecessor. The first game was a first-person, on-rails shooter in the same vein as legendary coin-op title House of the Dead. This sequel takes the top-down, twin-stick shooter approach.
Initially, the shift appears to have been wise. The controls are responsive, and the auto-aiming and auto-fire system has a certain elegance about it. You only need to worry about keeping your character out of harm’s way - although as the game progresses this task becomes near-impossible, allowing intense frustration to rear its ugly head."