11:53 AM | Cord Kruse | 3 comments
Another review of Stubbs the Zombie has clawed its way to the surface. This time Aspyr and Wideload's zombie extravaganza is reviewed by Games First. Citing the game's clever premise and well executed gameplay, Games First gives Stubbs four out of five stars.
From the review:
Built on the Halo engine, Stubbs is an amazing example of how much can be achieved with a good tool. Stubbs is, in many ways nothing at all like Halo, and in other ways, very much like Halo. Obviously, the hordes of zombies who follow you are very much like your squadmates in Halo. And by the massive humans versus zombies battle at the climax, the game takes on a decidedly battle-like vibe. But this is not a first-person shooter, and in many respects Wideload has made almost every possible diversion from the content or feel of Halo. In general, the engine brings to the game a high level of technical quality and well-working gameplay that gives Stubbs the Zombie a very polished and expert feel. Although I still can't get the hang of that wonky Halo vehicle control.Stubbs and his zombie pals should be available on the Mac sometime in November. For the full review click on the link below.
Games First: Stubbs Review
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