Set in London as the city is infested with brand new living dead inhabitants, Zombi (without U) is back on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC. Originally built around the specificity of Nintendo's gamepad, has this port managed to keep all the tension of the original game? To find out our verdict and a bunch of gameplay videos, join us inside. For the full review, head ver to the French side.
The Wii U version actually received quite a warm welcome from players when the Wii U was released, even though it was not perfect by any means. It is then no wonder to see that this port is not any less appealing, despite the absence of Nintendo's gamepad. Checking the content of your backpack still doesn't pause the game, which always makes it very dangerous to do so when you're surrounded by the undead. The game has therefore not become any easier and it offers the very same challenge as before, but we wish it had benefited from a visual overhaul, and maybe even from new features to justify the port. That being said, if you have never played Zombi U and you lkke challenging survival games, it would be a shame not to give it a go. It may not be the great game we would have wanted it to be, but it's not a bad one either.
Gaming press outlets such as Gamersyde, EuroGamer, IGN, Game Informer, GameSpot, Easy Allies, Kinda Funny, etc. That will really generate a lot of awareness to it. Looking forward to more news. (11 minutes ago)
@elbourreau: That looks amazing!!! And it's your first game, even more impressive. Congratulations! Once you have English text, be sure to send an e-mail with the site's link and the demo to (12 minutes ago)