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Submitted by -Mezzo- 808d ago | review

NZ Gamer - All Zombies Must Die Review

NZ Gamer - At first glance, you could be forgiven for assuming that All Zombies Must Die is just another shooter. It features twin stick controls, with numerous power ups to collect or earn, and comic book visuals - with a spot of blood here and there.

A few missions in, however, and the RPG elements rear their stat crunching, enhanced-gun tooting, head. You gain access to a police station (which functions as a base of operations), for example, where you can craft weapon upgrades, raise your characters' stats or switch to another one, check your inventory, and pick your next mission. A nice touch is that, while in the base, you can attack the other playable characters - although it doesn't hurt them. (All Zombies Must Die!, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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