Zombie Army Trilogy PS4 PlayStation 4 Review Round Up

There are games like Journey and The Last of Us, which attempt to challenge us emotionally – but sometimes you just want to embed bullets in rotten flesh. Zombie Army Trilogy, a PlayStation 4 compilation of Rebellion's undead-'em-up, has shuffled onto Sony's next-gen system this week, and promises to make the hunt for brrrains a little more long-range. With plenty of co-operative ball busting thrills, we'll be bringing you our review imminently – but here's what the rest of the media thinks.

PSU - 7.5/10

Love zombies, hate Nazis? Zombie Army Trilogy is an impressive three game package that needs to be played co-operatively to get the most out of it. It can be a bit of a slog, but good enemy variety and level variety keeps it challenging and fun.

The Sixth Axis - 7/10

Zombie Army Trilogy knows what it wants to be, a straightforward zombie sniping game that lacks any real pretensions or delusions of grandeur. Parts of the trilogy are showing their age and difficulty spikes can sap away the fun, but steel yourself for a challenge, get some mates together and there's plenty to like about it.

Metro - 5/10

Exactly as simplistic and one note as the name implies, but if you want to shoot undead Nazis with your friends then you can't say the game doesn't deliver.

Eurogamer.net - No Score

Provided all you want is the chance to shoot decomposing Nazis in the face hundreds of times over, you can't really fault Zombie Army Trilogy for delivering on the crude grindhouse pleasures implicit in its title. It's also hard not to wish the game didn't do more to deviate from its amusing but repetitive blood-soaked trajectory.

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