Dead Rising… where to even begin with this game. Well, let’s start with how I originally played it. I first played this game on the xbox 360 7-8 years ago and I absolutely loved it… but I was always too afraid to do anything in the game for some odd reason so I never got past backup for brad. The zombies were fun to kill, the environment was fun to explore and the psychopaths scared the crap out of me. I played this game for hours upon hours just staying in the first part of the mall killing zombies and even doing just that; this game was entertaining and very fun to play

Real player with 325.0 hrs in game

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Recommended. Absolutely. Buy it.

I don’t think it’s possible to truly express how much I’ve enjoyed Dead Rising over the years; it’s the one game I care enough about to attempt unlocking every achievement, and despite the story mode’s linear timeline of events, it carries an immense amount of replayability that’s bolstered in no due short to the sandbox design and leveling mechanics. And that’s before touching upon the peculiar “Infinity Mode”, which functions like a sandbox with a survival twist

! (you have a “hunger” meter that’s always draining your health, which demands scavenging for limited resources if you want to stay alive for long) but without any saving whatsoever. This game was unlike any other when it first launched on the Xbox 360, and in some way, still is; there’s no experience that quite captures the dark-yet-whimsical fun you’ll find in Dead Rising, not even it’s sequels (although DR2 and it’s spinoff Off The Record are definitely worth your time).

Real player with 118.6 hrs in game


Zombie Kill of the Week - Reborn

Zombie Kill of the Week - Reborn

Zombie Kill of the Week has a very nice developer, let’s start with that.

The guy keeps updates rolling in and provides reasons when he can’t.

Seems like a nice guy and when a nice guy makes a game, you really can’t complain about that aspect.

The game is pretty simple.

You start with a pistol and a katana. X amount of zombies will spawn and you kill them, get money, get a small chance for power ups. Spend money on random weapons in a fridge or to open doors. At lvl 20 you can use it to buy power ups aswell. Bosses will spawn, different enemies, more enemies etc etc. Lots of weapons to unluck with credits which you earn throughout the entire game.

Real player with 26.9 hrs in game

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TL:DR - Buy for the multiplayer, otherwise buy it at a discount price for singleplayer. This game can get addicting once you are a few waves in and is better with other players.

  • Nice pixel work

  • Addictive

  • Multiplayer

  • Workshop

  • Character customisation

  • No explanation of what power-up does what

  • Lack of multiplayer rooms

  • Music gets annoying after some time

I really like this game, it is addicting yet simple. Singplayer is ok, more fun when you find a bot or two to help you last longer. I figured out what some power-ups do, some are simple to understand but others may take some time to actually click with your mind on what they do.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game

Zombie Kill of the Week - Reborn on Steam

Nation Red

Nation Red

Nation Red is a top down Zombie Shooter. And a good one!

In several different Game Modes like Barricade (you need to hold a point, have some support from Sentry Guns or Soldiers) Survival (show them how long you can keep going) or the Classic endless mode. Every Game Mode offers you a different Challenge.

On top of that, there are tons of different power ups you can pick up, that will drop randomly from your enemies. While you’re playing you gain Experience and Level up, with every Level up, you get access to a wide Range of skills you can choose from, to optimize your Character in a way you want to play the level/game. Through that, the game offers a wide range of variations to try out and experiment with. The game also offers a variety of boss monsters you encounter randomly throughout your current play trough. Which all have their own strength and weaknesses. You can change the difficulty at any given time. As stronger as you make your enemies, the more experience you will get from them.

Real player with 195.7 hrs in game

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Definitely very good game, Top-Down it’s not maybe my prefered genre, but I really enjoyed this game. I have just done 100% achievements! It was fun :)

As achievement hunter I can recommend this game too, ‘cheevos were challenging and innovative (achievements in this game = ideas of people who play it - you can suggest in steam discussion), but nothing what you wouldn’t be able to do, especially when you have some hours behind you. I have finished all achievements in around ~50 hours, all without 3 cows, which means killing 500k, 750k & 1kk zombies and generally it was the most boring part of this game when I have finished everything else (killed ~330 000 when I was done with rest achievs.). Unfortunately Multiplayer will be dead till the end of this year, I had problems now with finding players, sometimes was lucky, mostly weekends evenings.

Real player with 110.4 hrs in game

Nation Red on Steam

Zombie Builder Defense

Zombie Builder Defense

I like the gameplay aspects of it like the ability to upgrade blocks and build as you see fit. The selection for weapons is good, the skill tree is also good but i feel like it is too easy too level up. i would like to see either slower xp gain or more skills in the skill tree. I like the boss battles but the level 40 boss is really difficult and i feel like we should get more time to prepare like adding more waves and having that boss come later in the game. i would like to see more bosses added too. Survival is cool but the zombie spawning doesnt work so you kind of just run around like an idiot and have nothing to kill. the game is really good but a lot of aspects need improvement.

Real player with 60.0 hrs in game

Fun little game that cost you less than a can of Spam. Ideally better with friends but it can still entertain you if you’re at work pretending to be busy.


Can be bought with money from selling steam badges

Nice sound effects and smooth animations

Has an endless mode

Telent tree that saves exp and upgrades to your profile


I have no idea what this has to do with Bitcoin

Zombie AI seems to only be able to brute force its way to kill you, thus zombies are easily routed

Single player boss fights can be much more difficult than multiplayer

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

Zombie Builder Defense on Steam

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army

This game is really fun! I had never tried any of the Sniper Elites before this game and this game actually got me into all of them pretty hard! If you’re like me and enjoy zombie shooters, this game is for you! Here are some pro’s and con’s to top it all off:


  • Even for a 3rd person shooter, the controls are superb and you can tell just by playing the game that the developers really put a lot of thought into it all

  • Guns are fun and accurate for the timeline (no red dot sight like that new COD bullshit)

Real player with 38.6 hrs in game

“Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army was everything I loved about Sniper Elite V2, with an amazingly well-crafted zombie atmosphere. No other zombie game has managed to replicate the dread and imminent doom of the Romero-style zombie”

I’ve never been good at stealth games. I’ve also never been good at driving games - blame it on my Asian heritage.

When I played the original Sniper Elite V2, I loved the World War 2 setting, as well as the simulated realism of Sniper Physics – distance to target, bullet drop, wind, holding your breath to steady your shots. I detested the stealthing segments, throwing rocks and scurrying about. I would try the stealth approach 3-4 times, give up in frustration, and go very loud and turn the game into a shooting gallery as enemies attempt to find me, with my back against a wall and all approaches covered. Ultimately, the original Sniper Elite V2 wasn’t for me – that’s not a knock on my game, simply just a mismatch between my playstyle and game preferences.

Real player with 25.5 hrs in game

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army on Steam

Zombie Army Trilogy

Zombie Army Trilogy

This game, Zombie Army Trilogy, is a game with feature where you get more enemies the more players you have (or friends, for that matter, ofc higher difficulty also means tougher enemies and increased spawn/more numbers of enemies). Most characters would be during the WWI or WWII (I can’t remember), the bonus characters are L4D1 and L4D2 characters where they have 0 voice lines in this game. As for weaps, find it out yourself which one suits you more. I would definitely recommend it since it is a good game to pop the zombies (albeit your enemies are Nazi zombies, you would need to fight the final boss - Hitler in the end but that’s another story).

Real player with 93.2 hrs in game

This standalone release of Zombie Army includes the first two episodes that were add-ons to Sniper Elite 2, as well as a new third episode with new enemies, more interesting level design and better writing, and is overall a superior experience, though the first two are hardly bad, just very straightforward.

Overall, ZAT is not a flashy or unique game, but it offers solid four-player coop third-person shooting, lots of explosives and multi-kill opportunities, and the ability to play as the cast of the Left 4 Dead games if that floats your boat. And, well, you get to shoot zombie Hitler in the face. I’d say that’s worth the asking price.

Real player with 46.6 hrs in game

Zombie Army Trilogy on Steam

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2

Well. Where to begin?

Ah yes.

Jesus Christ.

How this game isn’t branded as ‘Sniper Elite: 5000 for the Achievement’ is beyond me. You want zombies? This game gives you zombies: thousands of zombies. And I’m not talking Left 4 Dead’s hordes that cack-handedly slap you in the face in the hopes of making you feel bad, every single one of the shambling fascists is more than capable of dishing out a bucketload of damage before you’re able to shoot or kick them away. And yes, this version of Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army comes with the ability to KICK. Thank God! A marked improvement over those awkward ‘Oh God, it’s right in front of me and slapping me with a torch, blindly noscope, blindly noscope!’ moments from the previous instalments. I say instalment_s_, since if an enemy was right in front of you in SE:V2, it turned into a frantic mess of you flipping your SMG out and randomly spraying.

Real player with 32.8 hrs in game

EDIT: Boring and Trilogy replaces it.

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 is a direct sequel to NZA which was a spinoff of Sniper Elite V2. So direct that it’s pretty much same gameplay but on different levels. Came out at the end of 2013, after Rebellion suddenly found out that NZA was a hit. Shoot more zombies from the third person view shooter!

Multiplayer community is kinda there. Most likely you will find no games when you launch coop, which would start your own lobby. And then, only a few minutes later it will fill in fully. So yea, wacky like that.

Real player with 23.3 hrs in game

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 on Steam

Dead Pixels

Dead Pixels


Dead Pixels is a side-scrolling survival/shooter with some lite-RPG elements set in a zombie apocalypse. You take control of a human survivor making their way to safety through undead filled streets of a city. The basic aim of the game depends on the game mode.

There are three game modes; The main mode is your standard Escape the hordes. Survival is an arena mode where by you have to survive countless waves of hordes. Timed attack is a variant of Survival where by you must last as long as you can. You need to either; get from one side of the street to the other until you reach the end or kill as many zombies as you can. The number of streets to traverse depends on the difficulty setting.

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

its fun if you like the way it plays out. every zombie you come across was not meant to be killed. as the ammo count shows. the decisions you make with your ammo and your upgrades are a major game changer. With little ammo you have to find ways to let that ammo help you get to the next store. for the first few streets you could easily just walk through, though this is a good thing as it lets you stock up and sell the loot for more money and prepare for the real issues like the faster zombies which chip away at your health and the hordes that spawn when the rats run past. the extremely fast zombie is one that may seem impossible to beat but remember its not about beating the zombies its about surviving. so its best to just throw down a firework and run as fast as possible to the next road when he spawns, so save your fireworks.

Real player with 16.8 hrs in game

Dead Pixels on Steam

World War Z: Aftermath

World War Z: Aftermath

Great 4 person coop fun with mates and solo, though bots can be pretty dumb. Large hordes, zombies are satisfying to shoot, specials are well designed with clear audio cues, directional sounds and fair counterplay just like in L4D2. Maps are varied enough to keep each session fresh, with daily and weekly challenges with unique modifiers to keep the game interesting.

Difficulty range is adequate with 5 levels of challenge, from easy to extreme. Harder difficulties will need good team coordination, map/objective knowledge and levelled weapons and classes for maximum advantages against the infected. Keeping silent to avoid unnecessary hordes is a key skill to learn.

Real player with 278.6 hrs in game

Fun, not a long wait for random teams, levels are fun, game is smooth and finished. Not pay to win in any way, upgrades and skins all gained by game-play not cash.

Horde mode on Hard can be a lot of fun with randoms or friends

Normal and hard levels are really fun with randoms

Daily challenges can be difficult with random teams but do-able.

Pick it up for under $35 and its a good deal

Real player with 152.5 hrs in game

World War Z: Aftermath on Steam

Resident Evil 5

Resident Evil 5

Hands down the best co-op experience ever. Also hands down the worst single-player experience ever.

If you have friends to play it with, you’ll find a direct improvement to the beloved re4 in every capacity.

Real player with 163.0 hrs in game


🔲 My 90 year old grandma could play it

🔲 Easy

☑️ Normal

🔲 Hard

🔲 “Dark Souls”


🔲 “MS Paint”

🔲 Bad

☑️ Meh

☑️ Graphics don’t matter in this game

🔲 Good

🔲 Beautiful

🔲 You forget what reality is.

  • Game Length

☑️ Short (2-6 hours)

☑️ Average (7-12 hours)

🔲 Long (13-20 hours)

🔲 Very Long (21-70 hours)

🔲 Infinite

  • MUSIC -

🔲 Bad

🔲 Not special

☑️ Good

🔲 Eargasm

  • STORY -

🔲 This game has no story

🔲 Like playing “Temple Runners” for the story

🔲 It’s there for the people who want it

Real player with 65.3 hrs in game

Resident Evil 5 on Steam