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Monday, 3 February 2014

15 of the Best Zombie Video Games


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The article was titled 'Best Zombie Games', so when I made my earlier post I removed .... More The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct info - PC ...Chillopedia | There are many genres in the world of gaming but if you really want to explore something scary as well as crazy, then the first thing that comes in mind is a ‘Zombie Game’. (Call of Duty: Black OpsCultureDayZDead IslandDead Rising 2Dead Space 2,Left 4 Dead 2Plants vs ZombiesRed Dead Redemption: Undead NightmareResident Evil 4The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct)

There are many genres in the world of gaming but if you really want to explore something scary as well as crazy, then the first thing that comes in mind is a ‘Zombie Game’. Zombie games are so fantastically build that you easily forget the cultural reinforcements of conventional first person shooters and just move to the lumping blood over the top. Zombie video games are popular because of unique scary atmosphere, horror cut-scenes, jump scare moments, unmatched fun and hours of endless zombie smashing. 
Here is a compilation of 15 of the best zombie games ever that made the entire zombie concept popular. These games have been ranked based on their gameplay, graphics, storyline, controls, level of destruction and the zombie-factor:

15. The Walking Dead Survival Instinct (2013)

The Walking Dead Survival Instinct
Walking Dead Survival Instinct is a first person shooter zombie video game, and a prequel to the Walking Dead TV series that features Daryl Dixon, who fights the walking dead (can also sneak pass them) on his journey towards Atlanta. The player can come in contact with random survivors and can decide either to help or leave them.
The player has to critically analyze the food, ammo and fuel he has to make strategic decisions that will define the fate of his entire group. While traveling player has two options, either to take the highway and save fuel or otherwise use small roads to villages to collect some supplies.
Although the game wasn’t received well by critics due to its repetitive gameplay, but it still worths a mention here in this list thanks to its strong zombie-factor!

14. Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (2005)

Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse
Stubbs the Zombie is a third-person action zombie video game in which the player acts as a zombie and kills human by devouring their brains. Eating numerous brains provides the player with certain amount of lost health. The killed human turn into a zombie and then fight alongside the player. The dead humen still change into zombies if a player beats them to death by melee strikes instead of devouring their brains.
The game features various unconventional makeshift weapons (made from organs) as the player is a zombie. The game also features various vehicles. The main attraction of the game is nonetheless, Stubb’s ability to build, grow and command a zombie army (the newly created zombies eat other humen to turn them into zombies too – thus making more and more zombies with time).

13. Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (2010)

Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare
Red Dead Redemption: United Nightmare pits central character John Marston against zombie elements incorporated into the original American Old West setting of the Red Dead Redemption. Players can easily loot and hunt zombies and mythical animals with various new weapons in this open world game. The Four Horses of The Apocalypse can also be controlled by the players which can effect the attacking zombies and the environment in different unique ways.
The game also offers multiplayer mode called ‘Undead Overrun” in which four players can work together to defend against relentless waves of zombies.

12. Survival Crisis Z (2004)

Survival Crisis Z
If you have zombie fantasies, then Survival Crises Z will definitely aspire you by haughtiest of heights. The game offers two game modes, Arcade Mode and the Story Mode. In arcade mode, player runs around the street while killing zombies for points and to stay alive as long as possible.
In the story mode player starts in the street going through safe houses occupied by one of the two main factions of the game, SWAT and Rebels. Player can either join any of the faction to get missions or remain neutral. There are a number of strategies that a player can employ which makes this zombie game really cool and unique.

11. Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010)

Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies 2
Call of Duty: Black Ops is a very popular first person shooter from the critically acclaimed Call of Duty franchise that features a ‘zombies’ mode to allow players to blast off waves upon waves of attacking nazi zombies. In the game player assumes the role of a foot soldier wielding various firearms and grenades.
This co-op mode allows the player to buy new and powerful weapons, bullets and other accessories with the help of the points earned for killing the zombies. The gameplay is really unparalleled and super addicting.

10. The Typing of the Dead (2000)

The Typing of the Dead
The Typing of the Dead is an arcade first person rail shooter that taught a unique lesson to the gaming world which is, killing a zombie with key strokes is more satisfying than killing it with mouse clikcs. It is infact the most “entertaining typing tutor” of all time.
As obvious from the title, the most innovative fun factor in this game is its input method – instead of the mouse button you need to type out specific words displayed on the screen as fast as possible to kill off the zombies advancing towards him.

9. Day Z (2012)

Day Z
Day Z is an award winning zombie mmorpg game which actually itself is a mod ofARMA 2: Operation Arrowhead tactical shooter. The game features some really innovative gameplay elements such as bone fractures, shock, infection and fatigue. The game has received global critical acclaim and some critics even call it the best zombie game ever.
The survival element is heavily sewed in the fabric of Day Z and the gameplay heavily involves survival factors that force the players to fight for some very basic human needs such as thirst, shelter and hunger. The gameplay does involve weapons and killing of zombies but a player can also avoid combat with zombies entirely.
 The game is really unique and has thrilling atmosphere which can fully satisfy the appetite of any zombie game lover.

8: Dead Space 2 (2011)

Dead Space 2
Dead Space 2 is a futuristic survival horror third person shooter game that has better horror moments than most of the cheap Hollywood thrillers of today. The protagonist Isaac Clarke, throughout the game battles the Marker awoken undeads while solving different puzzles.
The gameplay features some really unique elements such as zero-G environments (where Isaac is capable of moving in all directions with thrusters attached to his ensemble), holographic display of information that never uninterepts the gameplay and instant objective path guide that helps players to navigate to right destinations.
Dead Space is not for the faint of heart and its dark and dreary atmosphere can give plenty of sleepless nights to gamers.

7. Dead Island (2011)

Dead Island
Dead Island is an open world first person role playing zombie game focused mainly on melee combat. It features four players co-operative gameplay in which a player can choose one of the four main characters to start completing the campaign missions. In Dead Island, you will score XP by fulfilling objectives and by killing zombies.
The game features an extensive damage scheme for zombies depending upon the spot where the player hits them. Each zombie in the game has its own strength bar and level which scales along with the player as they progress to next level.
The game has different types of zombies such as Walker, Thug, Ram, Floater, Suicider, Butcher all having there own characteristics and weaknesses, which gives players a very versatile challenging atmosphere.

6. Plants vs. Zombies (2010)

Plants vs Zombies
When it comes to an epic battle between carnivores and herbivores, Plants vs Zombies can top any list. Its a tower defense action video game which involves the struggle of a homeowner who uses varieties of plants to repel a horde of zombies from eating the brains of the residents of the house. The game has several levels in which the gameplay varies to a large extent and becomes really challenging gradually.
The game starts out in a front yard progressing to the visit of backyard and also features various levels in nighttime (which changes the gameplay entirely).

5. Zombies Ate My Neighbors (1993)

Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Zombies Ate My Neighbors is a run and gun/top-down action shooter video game that was introduced in 1993. The theme behind this game is that there are two characters Zeke and Julie who have to save their neighbors from the ostensible zombies.
Players can equip a single weapon and single item at any time but there variety of other weapons and power-ups scattered across in each level. The basic weapon in the start of the game is the holy water filled squirt gun but later on several other weapons such as icepops, weedwacker etc become available.

4. Resident Evil 4 (2005)

Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil 4 is a survival horror game from the popular Resident Evil franchise, that changed the RE series forever. RE 4 introduced revolutionary action-oriented gameplay features that still inspire many top of the line third person shooters. RE 4 introduced the innovative ‘over the shoulder’ third-person perspective that we now can find in almost all 3rd person video games, therefore it wouldn’t be wrong to call Resident Evil 4 as the ‘Mother of all Third Person Shooters’.
The game follows the quest of special agent Leon S. Kennedy whose on a mission to salvage Ashley Graham, the President’s daughter, whose been abducted by a sinister cult.
RE 4 was also revolutionary in a sense that there were no zombies but rather new enemies called Ganados (that were not the part of any previous RE game), no cerberus, no crows, no giant snakes, no giant spiders, no tyrants and no lickers. It was also the first Resident Evil game which supported widescreen resolutions.

3. Dead Rising 2 (2010)

Dead Rising 2
Dead Rising 2 is an interesting action-adventure zombie game that redefined melee combat forever. With over 7000 zombies present in a single scene, DR 2 forced players to re-imagine the scale of a zombie infested open world.
Certain new elements were introduced in DR 2 such as ‘Combo Cards’ which help players to fuse together two of the many weapons that make zombie killing not only easier, but more lucrative also.
The zombie chopping and threshing in DR 2 is really out of this world and no other game can match its unique taste. You can chop zombies for hours and still can’t resist the urge to do a little more.

2. Resident Evil (1996)

Resident Evil 1
Resident Evil is one of those games that literally laid the foundation of the entire survival horror genre. No other title even in the entire Resident Evil franchise has even come close to matching the spooky survival horror atmosphere of the original game.
The game begins with Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield trapped inside a deserted mansion situated in the outskirts of Raccoon city and revolves around double agent Albert Wesker and the notorious T-virus. The catchy storyline ensured Resident Evil’s quick evolution into a multi-million dollar franchise.
Resident Evil is a rare gem when it comes to a perfect blend of action-adventure and horror. The storyline and gameplay of the title was a trend setter and enjoys the status of a cult classic. The biggest sin a gamer can commit today is to ignore Resident Evil as the game remains enjoyable to this day!

1. Left 4 Dead 2 (2009)

Left 4 Dead 2
Left for Dead 2 was the sequel to the award winning Left 4 Dead the first person shooter video game, which was also the number 1 co-operative game of 2008. Left 4 Dead 2 redefined zombie games and embedded multiplayer with zombie genre very well. The scare tactics and terrorizing atmosphere of the game has convinced many critics to consider it one of the best zombie games ever.
LAD2 focuses on four survivors who fight their way through five campaigns, interspersed with safe checkpoints with the goal of escape at each campaign’s finale. The game features dozens of weapons, various melee weapons and various types of zombies (each having its own notorious abilities – we have always hated ‘the witch’ and ‘the spitter’).

Which of the above mentioned zombie video game is your most favorite one? Would you like to add some other zombie game titles in this list? Let us know in the comments section below!

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The 50 Greatest Zombie Games for pc Ever

Zombie games lean toward action, but this oddity was a rare puzzler. ...For no good reason, the zombies held an aversion to crucifixes, which the ... Platform: Arcade, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, PC, MSX, Master System

50 best Zombie games for Pc featuring people who were alive, are now dead, but are also sorta alive again.

In video games, the living dead are everywhere. To celebrate Halloween, IGN has compiled 50 games featuring shambling, moaning corpses. We've ranked them according to a not-quite arbitrary quality of 'zombie awesome' - a loose amalgamation of zombie-numbers, adherence to zombie archetypes and quality of zombie experience.
You'll notice that our definition of 'zombie' is somewhat fuzzy, but just to be clear, it's a human corpse that's moving toward you with menacing intent. You know them when you see them.
Also, please note, we've only mentioned one game in a series, to signify all their evil offspring.
50. Zombies
Platforms: Atari 8-Bit, Commodore 64, Apple II, ZX Spectrum
Developer: BRAM Inc.
Original Release: 1983
Zombie Type: Pixelated Sprinters
Zombie games lean toward action, but this oddity was a rare puzzler. The goal wasn't to (re)kill your foes but rather to escape their rotting clutches. Enemies moved fast, well before movies 28 Days Later and the Dawn of the Dead remake popularized the zombie-sprint. For no good reason, the zombies held an aversion to crucifixes, which the player used to block the zombie meanderings.
49. Friday the 13th
Platform: NES
Developer: Pack-In-Video
Original Release: 1988
Zombie Type: Were There Even Zombies in Friday the 13th?
Friday the 13th is a notoriously bad game. There isn't a single element of the game that isn't tarnished by the taint of movie-tie-in-ism. They even had the gall to dress Jason Voorhees in a purple jumpsuit! It also had zombies. Not that there were zombies in any of the Friday the 13th films. Their presence can be blamed on the fact the developers had to put something in for players to fight while they wandered around Camp Crystal Lake trying to find Mr. Purple Pants.
48. Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ
Platforms: DS
Developer: EnjoyUp, Gammick Entertainment
Original Release: 2008
Zombie Type: Shmup Fodder
Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ is one of those games that's less about telling a coherent story and more about giving the player an excuse to shoot zombies. A vertical shoot em' up, it eschews the more regular genre standard of space ships going "p-koo!" at one another and puts you in control of a busty version Red Riding Hood with a predilection for blasting the undead. The zombies here are pretty standard. They shuffle, the moan, and they explode as zombies put in the path of a double-barrel should.
47. Zombie Nation
Platform: NES
Developer: KAZe
Original Release: 1991
Zombie Type: Disembodied Head
Zombie Nation is odd. It stars a samurai's disembodied head on a mission to free a zombified America from the clutches of a meteor named Darc Seed that crashed in the Nevada desert.
46. Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green
Platforms: PC, Xbox
Developer: Brainbox Games
Original Release: 2005
Zombie Type: Broken Beyond Repair
Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green is so broken and bad that it utterly wrecks what in itself is a really solid concept: a first person shooter that's also a prequel to a George Romero zombie flick. Horrendous AI, boring combat and shoddy hit detection unfortunately make it less an exercise in zombie slaying and more of a cautionary tale in how not to make a first-person shooter. We include it only because it's the only game to be based directly off a George Romero film, and considering its wretchedness, will likely be the last.
45. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, PS3
Developer: Bethesda
Original Release: 2006
Zombie Type: Mystical Meat Munchers
Fancy yourself a bit of sewer spelunking? In the world of Tamriel you better come prepared for the undead. The first time you see one of these fellows there's no mistaking what it is. Its flesh is rotting, its insides are exposed, and it moans with an inhuman hunger for living flesh. Just don't count on a headshot to bring them down. You can pop them in the skull with an arrow and they'll just keep on coming. Sometimes they may not even have a head! And while they may not bite you, their claws are more diseased then a Manhattan pigeon so make sure to bring the appropriate potions, just in case.
44. Moonwalker
Platform: Arcade, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, PC, MSX, Master System, Genesis, Game Gear
Developer: Sega, Emerald Software
Original Release: 1989
Zombie Type: Backup Dancers
Based loosely on one of the oddest films ever made, and one of the strangest things Michael Jackson ever produced, Moonwalker followed MJ's quest to rescue a bunch of pre-pubescent children from the clutches of some dastardly evil doers. Not that this game isn't bizarre enough in its own right. If we can give the game one bit of credit, it's the dancing zombies. One stage in the game is overflowing with them and yes, they will do the Thriller dance. Just not to the song Thriller. That would make too much sense.
43. Undead Knights
Platforms: PSP
Developer: Team Tachyon
Original Release: 2009
Zombie Type: Mortuary Minions
Undead Knights puts you in the shoes of one of three cursed medieval warriors on a quest for vengeance - you'll spend the game butchering your foes with an assortment of weapons, powers and zombies. One of your powers is the ability to turn your foes into undead warriors that will follow your every command. With the push of a few buttons you can send a horde of the dead charging down your hapless foes while you, primordial badass that you are, cuts your own swathe through the enemy's ranks. Add in a thumping heavy metal soundtrack for the win!
42. Survival Crisis Z
Platforms: PC
Developer: Totally Screwed Software
Original Release: 2004
Zombie Type: Faction Unfriendly
Dropping you in the middle of an urban sandbox overrun with the undead, Survival Crisis Z gives you one main goal: survive. How do you survive is up to you. Perhaps you'll align with one of the factions warring for control within the city. Maybe you'll stay neutral and take what you need from them both. Either way, you're in for a fight from both the living and the hungry dead.
41. Zombi
Platforms: Armstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amiga, IBM PC
Publisher: Ubisoft
Original Release: 1986
Zombie Type: Romero Inspired
George Romero is an inspiration for all zombie games, but Zombi is perhaps the most literal translation of one of his movies. Based closely on his classic film Dawn of the Dead, Zombi is an icon-based adventure game where you control a party of four characters exploring a shopping mall filled with the undead. In addition to the mall, the game borrowed other key elements from the film - cargo trucks, gun store, helicopter etc. Best bit - when one of your characters get bit, they come back to life as a zombie.

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Dead Island, Left 4 Dead 1, both of which you played and Killing floor, are the only good zombie games released so far (if you don't count indie games like Zomboid).

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