Reload your shotgun, sharpen your sword and rev that chainsaw; Deadhill town is teeming with zombies, and it’s your job to put ‘em down! The fate of humanity rests in the hands of four unlikely heroes: Jack, the gamer; Rachel, the girl; Brian, the geek; and Luxo, the alien. Go it alone, or enlist the services of up to three like-minded chums to survive the zombie apocalypse. The spiritual successor to Burn Zombie Burn!, AZMD! builds on the classic twin-stick shooter formula with a smattering of role-playing features. Level up characters, complete side quests and collect items to craft deadly new weapons. There’s no shortage of options in how you choose to dispose of the undead, but the brain-chompers aren’t going to take it lying down. The shuffling cadavers come in varying shapes and sizes, and are affected by four environmental modifiers; fire, radiation, sonic and shock. Use your weapons and the environment carefully, and you might just make it out in one piece.

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AZMD is twin stick, open world fun. I bought it in a bundle a while back and finally played through to celebrate Halloween. I'm glad I got to it. I especially like the risk vs. reward of the search mechanic and how locations are refilled to keep the exploration going.

The game is not without bugs. Offhand weapons like the torch can be lost permanently, I suffered the loss of my flamethrower soon after the quest that required it. I would have been mad if it had happened earlier. Fortunately, I had crafted main weapons to hand out the same status effects during normal play.

This game is such a GRIND. It just wastes your time, and I'm not down for that. I gave up on it, but I went ahead and wrote down my thoughts on my blog:


Funny zombie shootfest although rather repetitive and too much backtracking. Works quite well with a XBox360 controller


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