5 Most Fun Video Games Where You Can Blast Off Zombies


Hey, You wanna play another Zombie game? Yes, We know that Zombies in the gaming industry is now overused at this moment. But do we still really hate them? Well, I think we do not because there are several upcoming zombies games and several games that are in production too. But we never really listed down our favorite zombies games but hey today we are doing it!


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With a main game mode that spans 50 levels, numerous unlockable modes that extend the lifespan significantly, stupidly addictive gameplay and fun-infused presentation you’d be a fool to pass up Plants Vs Zombies. – VideoGamer
Plants vs. Zombies is not just one of the best tower defense games out there, it also gives you a tremendous value for the mere 10 euro you pay for it. PopCap has really surpassed anything they have done before with this game’s beautiful graphics, depth and modes that will keep you busy for months. You’ll love every minute of it. – Gameplayer Sweden
Plants vs. Zombies is not as complex as classic titles of this genre, GemCraft and Protector, but then again, it doesn’t want to be hardcore. Its graphics are nice despite the minuscule 800×600 resolution, voice-overs make you smile, and there are many ways to entertain yourself (even more than in Space Rangers 2). – Absolute Games


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If you think you’d like killing a LOT of zombies in huge and varied open-world environments, finding boat-loads of randomized loot, customizing your character and weapons RPG-style, or all of the above, you will love Dead Island. Bring some friends along for the ride and you virtually cannot go wrong. Just don’t expect much in terms of story or quest depth, and be sure to mod the game just the way you like it. – FiringSquad

When Dead Island is firing on all cylinders, it’s an absolute blast to play, but sadly, this game will have people running into quite a few technical and gameplay-based frustrations before they get even a couple of hours in. – AtomicGamer
New games featuring the walking dead have trouble standing out from the horde, but Techland’s first-person, open-world, action/RPG entry Dead Island distinguishes itself. After kicking and slashing my way through the infected island of Banoi, I can say the game has tons to offer. – Game Informer



Undead Nightmare is an awesome variant of the main story of Red Dead Redemption, that comes for a very cheap price (considering what it has to offer). The single player experience is long and well done, but the real surprise is the new multiplayer mode. The Horde is the most intense and funny multiplayer mode in this game. No doubts about it. – Eurogamer Italy
This is a must have for anyone who owns Red Dead Redemption. In case you are wondering, yes it is worth it even if you don’t play multiplayer. – Gaming Age
Very extensive add-on for the western game, with an enjoyable new scenario, new items and an unbeatable sense of humour. But in comparison to the original game, the story is too simple and the controls in melee combat are annoying. – Cynamite


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How much you enjoy Dead Rising hinges entirely on your acceptance of this principle. As someone who doesn’t mind playing games over and over until I perfect them, I like the idea of adding some form of urgency, and feel like in most sessions I have ample time to meander without missing out on much. By that same token I also prefer the leniency of the sequels, and enjoy replaying them more often. It’s a give and take, but Dead Rising is worth the squeeze and still holds up after all this time. – Destructoid
The original Dead Rising is a fantastic start for this zombie beat’em sandbox series and this new release is now the ultimate version and a good reason to pick it up. – Gamers’ Temple


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Dying Light mixes elements from Dead island, Mirror’s Edge and Far Cry efficiently. Crafting, action, exploration and free running are all well-implemented in this open-world survival game. And you can expect to be genuinely frightened when the night comes. With a lot of content and satisfying ways to play in multiplayer, this game can, indeed, please a wide audience, even if everything is not perfect. – Gameblog.fr
Dying Light is a great survival horror, with a very well executed parkour system, a visceral and engaging combat system and some nighttime sequences of pure, crushing terror. – Multiplayer.it
Dying Light falls short of Dead Island in terms of novelty and setting, but gains on other fronts thanks to parkour and a crafting system more streamlined and instant. If you love the genre, this is a great game. – SpazioGames
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