“Zombie Army 4: Dead War” Review

Hitler’s hordes are back for more in this spine-chilling shooter from the makers of Sniper Elite 4! Abominable occult enemies, epic weapons and a harrowing new campaign for 1-4 players await in 1940s Europe, as you fight to save humankind from undead Armageddon!

A barely there story wrapped around a barely there shooting game with uneven game mechanics and wave after wave of singular enemies do not make for a game that I enjoyed. I found nearly the entire game to be unsatisfying for many reasons, but the one that I’m going to pick on in this review is the story, it’s a try hard edge lord alternative history in which instead of killing himself at the end of World War 2, Hitler sucked power from Hell itself, zombified his armies, then disappeared into the hellscape below our reality. You and three of your closest friends are given some of the most boring and nearly ineffective weapons to raze a path of destruction through the hordes of undead between you and the mystery at the center of the Nazi army zombie uprising. You find some allies along the way, some of whom turn out to be more than they’re letting on, then you eventually make your way to Hell itself where you fight the born again Hitler in his Hell Tank. It’s at this point that I found the first gun that was actually satisfying to use, some kind of anointed machine gun that did actual damage to the enemies, but it wasn’t for long and it was far too little way too late.

I’m sure that if you’re into alternative history stories you’ll have a different opinion about this than I do, especially if you enjoy using WW2 era weapons, but neither of these elements appeal to me in the slightest, so I wasn’t too impressed with the game in the end.

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