You know, I don't know if I would call this a zombie game per se... it doesn't really strike me as a zombie game. I feel like it's received that genre because this game was produced by the same man that produced the very first Resident Evil. That said-- this was no Resident Evil... in fact it was a huge disappointment as far as the hype for it is concerned. I expected tons of jumps scares and for me to be afraid for my actual life, like I did with the very first Resident Evil...NO.NO.NO. This wasn't a horror game... this was more like a gorey MYSTERY game.
The bosses/monsters were creepy, the traps were pretty clever (always keep your eyes open and pay close attention to your environment or you'll have a BAD TIME), the controls were kind of wonky and the story was MEH.
When I attended E3 in 2013, Warner Bros. wowed attendees with promises of a parkour-type open world environment, with side missions that you can choose to do or not, with horrendous nocturnal monsters that will have you crapping your pants as you scramble to escape with your life-- and that's EXACTLY what they gave the masses. Dying Light is an AMAZING game with great controls (if you're a klutz this game with definitely hone your finger reflexes), the graphics are insane ( I can't tell you how many times I felt like puking because it FELT like you actually were hanging up high on a building or jumping down from building to building) and it makes you think fast on how you can use the environment to your advantage.
You can call me a zombie game connoisseur of sorts -- and Dying Light is like a stew mixed with every good part of past zombie games. Unfortunately, it inherited the curse of the zombie games which is usually a semi-boring storyline, which is such a shame since Dying Light overall is a fantastic game.
I had never played a Crysis game until the beta for Crysis 3 came out for the PS3 a few years ago. I downloaded it since it was free and.... I played the bets for 12 hours STRAIGHT. No pee breaks, forgot to eat and drink. Yeah, the online play is THAT good. The controls are fantastic, the online community isn't as toxic/spammy as CoD but... the story is a bit lackluster. It's not horrible, but there was much to be desired. I'm starting to notice a trend with FPS's in reference to crappy story, but awesome online multiplayer features. That said, I feel this is a solid pick up, especially if you're looking for something a wee bit different than CoD and Battlefield and at the price it's at now, you're not really losing anything.
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