The zombies come in all wonderful forms to the annoying hard to kill 'Super Elite' zombies which are frustrating hard to kill at times. None of them have special ability's to make them stand out. Anyways, this has all the zombie games from the Sniper Elite series in one package. Evil Dead Nazis would be a good way to describe it. Looking at it from a single-player perspective, the greatest disappointment with Zombie Army Trilogy is that it actually has a lot of potential. After a couple of hours of playing Zombie Army Trilogy we resorted to switching the effects and the music off, opting to hear just speech only.
It doesn't spice it up at all either. Overall, the game looks stunning, with uprated visuals from the previous games making it feel more colourful and vibrant throughout. Zombie Army Trilogy is nothing like that. Multiplayer is done right , play with 2-4 players on a quick match or host a private game to play with friends but either way you play it , its gonna be really awesome. It is built on top of Sniper Elite V2, thus you get all the pretty bells and whistles that came with that game such as well developed sniping mechanics and the really cool X-ray bullet cams you get when you make a great shot that really put Sniper Elite on the map.
If your a lover of a good solid action packed game that never gives you a breather for a second then this is for you, heart pounding action literally as you fight through thousands of hungry demon zombie hordes, the story is simple yet genius, the graphics are stunning, beautiful lighting and visuals, very bloody and gory continuously throughout the whole game, the gore and attention to detail is amazing, if your a lover of cult 80's zombie movies like dawn of the dead etc it has that Romero feeling especially with the way the zombies behave, the music is brilliant too, it really adds so much dread and atmosphere to the game, the levels are huge and there's plenty of them, it takes a very long time to complete even if you were playing it on easy, there are hidden items to find throughout each stage too, there really is nothing bad to say, some may find it repetitive maybe or like me you will be so addicted and spend hours on it and never get bored, this is money well spent for your Xbox one. As for single player , it really starts to demand quick and smart decisions making every bullet count! It can be a real challenge even on the normal setting. First and foremost, there is no feeling of superiority in Zombie Army Trilogy. Waves of enemies are sent toward your group in ever increasing difficulty and numbers, with more and more of the heavier enemies being sent your way as you progress up the ranks. The game is quite challenging and fun especially if you do a co-op game. Just spent an enjoyable afternoon playing this game, was a bit sceptical as I didn't really rate sniper elite, but this is just fun all the way. That's the one with non-player characters, traps and decoys that can be set, and larger, broader maps that reward experimentation and exploration.
Neither me nor, if they are being at all realistic, the developers at Rebellions Developments. The very first xbox one game I've bought and played. Game really shines at fun co-op and has tons of weapons, while also many long good challenging levels. In every cut scene we see a small group of survivors, but if you play the campaign alone you'll never see any of these other characters in-game. Don't get me wrong, there is definitely a place for a deeper exploration of the Zombie theme in gaming, but it's just so refreshing to see something deviate so whole heartedly from that and pull it off without just seeming like a stupid cash in.
Fighting through hordes of Nazi zombies, in locations you would be familiar with if you had played the vanilla Sniper Elite V2, to achieve various objectives and jumping from safe house to safe house in order to progress through the story, or die trying. Before we deliver our final verdict, a little word about the audio experience. Anyone can pull off a gruesomely satisfying kill, complete with cinematic splatter, but the trick is to do it consistently. Luckily, snipers are very good at shooting things in the head, and thus the battle is joined: shambling Reich ghouls versus hundreds of bullets fired at high velocity right into their squishy rotting nationalist skulls. It takes real grace and balance to take something as technically difficult as sniping, and make it both challenging and accessible. The game is certainly not perfect.
Zombie Army Trilogy has all the slowmo goodness of Sniper Elite mixed with dismembering zombie nazi's! This is a really good game wthat is specially for Co-op. On the one hand it's about shooting zombies in the head which in our opinion is always a worthwhile activity , but on the other hand that's really all there is to it. Of course we weren't expecting a terribly nuanced title, but we're still left with a feeling that Zombie Army Trilogy is missing that special something that would have made it a more complete experience. A lovely - if terrifying - touch. Doesn't stop it from being really fun to play, though.
Face gruesome enemies with iconic weaponry and powerful explosives. So this was my first dip in to the franchise. They are only different cosmetically. Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. Story mode is more like a left 4 dead type which is fun and horde is even better because you can stay hours and hours with your team surviving and killing zombies. We ended up turning everything off in the end.
Not none of this garbage where if you land a shot anywhere it kills them, no headshots only! There's not much point wasting word count on setting up the premise, since its right there in the title. It's also hard not to wish the game didn't do more to deviate from its amusing but repetitive blood-soaked trajectory. However, with the introduction of a third piece to round off the story, all the content has been packaged together to provide an addictive third-person shooter, filled with zombies to shoot. This also allows us to bring all the improvements made for Zombie Army Trilogy to the two previous campaigns featured in Nazi Zombie Army 1 and Nazi Zombie Army 2. Fighting hordes of zombies has never felt more thrilling than this! Toss in a points system for one-upping your friends as well as difficulty levels that make sniping all that much complicated with all the wind direction and bullet drop physics to increase the challenge as you increase the difficulty really helps to make it all the more easier to come back to.
Despite the obvious fun to be had playing co-operatively, there are some flaws in Zombie Army Trilogy. Small insignificant niggles in the face of the immense fun potential one can have with the game. We were moving through a ruin in Berlin and we dropped down into a back alley. Having never played the games at the time of their original release I wasn't too sure what to expect. It feels a bit more polished too as Rebellion have been able to fine-tune the game through the first two outings all the way to the release of the trilogy.