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World War Z - PlayStation 4
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- Battle swarms of hundreds of zombies - the Swarm Engine seamlessly renders hordes of zombies in incredible firefights. Advanced gore systems offer gruesomely satisfying action.;Coop story-driven campaigns - survive around the world, as unique groups tell their stories of perseverance.;Fight other players for survival - several intense Player vs Player vs Zombies game modes complement the coop campaigns.;Grow stronger - unlock powerful weapon upgrades and level 6 character classes to take on greater challenges.
- WORLD WAR Z - PS4
- Battle swarms of hundreds of zombies - the Swarm Engine seamlessly renders hordes of zombies in incredible firefights. Advanced gore systems offer gruesomely satisfying action.
- Coop story-driven campaigns - survive around the world, as unique groups tell their stories of perseverance.
- Fight other players for survival - several intense Player vs Player vs Zombies game modes complement the coop campaigns.
- Grow stronger - unlock powerful weapon upgrades and level 6 character classes to take on greater challenges.
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The “storyline” is exactly the same as l4d. 4 episodes, with 3 or so chapters in each episode.
In each chapter you are forced to get from point A to point B, by doing task like setting defenses, finding keys, protecting things for a certain amount of time, then at the end of the last chapter just like in left 4 dead you have to hold out until rescue comes as waves attack. If you’re looking for a story, you really won’t get one.
Neither my friend or I liked the Moscow missions at all, they were stupidly set up, and the final chapter in Tokyo was such a letdown and anticlimactic.
I was very surprised to how much guns and classes are in the game.
You get to pick from 6 class, which all have an extensive skill tree to unlock. These classes give you your starting weapons, and special ability. These abilities range from grenades, Molotov’s, healing stem guns to explosive ammo for the team. I haven’t looked much into the skill trees, but they give abilities like fasting healing, more damage after a certain amount of kills, hold more ammo, etc. there’s a good 20+ per class, all different.
You also unlock different variants of guns as you use them and get kills with them. These variants change the appearance, sights, magazine size, sway speed, silencers, damage + more. There’s probably about 15-20 guns in the game, and they all feel different!
The special zombies are all imports from l4d as well. I honestly don’t know the name of any of them, as my friend and I just yell hunter or charger anytime we them. Theses one that jumps on you and scratches you(hunter), charges at you and pounds you(charger), screams and alerts the horde(witch), makes your screen all foggy and damages you(mix of spitter+smoker).
None are that good, nor that powerful. Upset there’s no bosses like a Tank.
Graphics are top notch! Gore and zombies look absolutely incredible, and seeing the zombie hordes charging at you and climbing up walls is absolutely terrifying. We’re not talking 10-20 zombies, were talking 100-200+ charging at any given time.
There’s also a multiplayer mode as well. I only played a few matches and I thought it was trash. 4vs4 with zombies roaming the map, and a horde coming every few minutes. The modes are typical domination, death match, king of the hill, etc.
Players seemed to be a tad laggy, and once you pick your class at the start you can’t change it again.
Main issues I have.
No private matches. My friend and I don’t want to play with two ranbobs, we’d rather just play with AI.
No vote to kick.
While the swarm of hundreds of zombies looks cool, they aren’t very effective. When they come you have mini guns, mortars andher traps to kill them all.
Special zombies are too weak. Needed another 1 or 2 in the game.
Overall I am very impressed with this game. I was a big fan of l4d growing up and bought both on release date, and to me this is the perfect game for fans of it on the next generation. For $39 this game is a steal, there just so much to it that should keep you, with replay ability to the missions.
Another negative aspect is the design of co-op gameplay. If you choose to play online, you do not get to choose where you start in the level. It will often force you to join another player/group of players who have already made progress in the level. This means even if you've never played the level you might start a game two thirds done.
Finally, you have no say in whether another person joins you, if you play online, even if you have a full group. This is further complicated by the fact that people are often disconnected from the game, so if you and your friend are playing together, and they get disconnected, you will find that their slot is very quickly filled with a random person and you no longer can play with your friend. Plus, they lost all of their xp progress, so if you are trying to stay at a the same level as your group, good luck.
Finally, the game is too short. There isn't as much content as either Left 4 Dead, even if you count the leveling grind designed around the difficulty options.