When the world comes to an apocalyptic end and is over-run with endless hordes of the rotting undead, are you going to bunker down and live out the rest of your days in a dark hole or will you ride the storm and say no to death?
Well, Zombie Driver HD looks to give you an experience more akin to the latter, but unfortunately chooses to do so with a game that has moments of extreme fun and enjoyment but many more of pure tedium and repetition that will leave you wanting to find the nearest dark hole to dive into.
If you’d like to read the rest of my review on Zombie Driver HD, you can do so by clicking the following link and collecting a cookie for your troubles (not really): Gamer Euphoria.
I’ll make no secret of the fact that Zombie Driver is a fun game to play…for an hour. After that, it becomes a tedious, repetitive and frankly incoherent mess that fails to reignite the spark that is lit upon you first playing it. As I say in the review, the game had the ingredients for an enjoyable, unique and quirky arcade title that could ensnare a gaming audience for many hours of gory racing mayhem. What it delivered didn’t even come close to reaching that standard, and with features like multiplayer inexplicably left out, it made sure that its future would be severely limited.
On a side-note, this blog just yesterday reached the 10,000 views mark! I will be speaking of this and other matters in more details when my blog becomes one year old next Thursday but for now, I will just say that I am extremely grateful for anyone who has read anything here over the last twelve months and I hope the next twelve are as fruitful!