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Developer(s):

Rebellion

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Rebellion

Release Date:

3/6/2015

Genre(s):

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The cult horror shooter series comes to an apocalyptic conclusion with an epic new third chapter, a heart-pumping new horde mode, and remastered editions of the best-selling Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2.

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Zombie Army Trilogy is a culmination of things that are all done well, but not great.
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It's fun for a couple of hours, but the novelty wears off. [Issue#123, p.84]
65

The problem with Rebellion’s whole zombie series is that the developers were unable to supplement their great sniping mechanics with equally good content, so gameplay quickly becomes repetitive, even tedious. I can’t imagine anyone completing all three campaigns in single player mode. Co-op is more enjoyable, which is not a surprise, as the whole game was designed around it. [05/2015, p.48]
75

Zombie Army Trilogy is a collection of three standalone expansions of Sniper Elite that finds its true meaning in the online co-op, while in single player the three chapters of this Nazi hell are quiet boring.
80

Zombie Army Trilogy may not do much new in the grand scheme of things, but everything that it does, it does well. Shooting is fun and engaging. The story is slightly silly but it keeps everything together. Enemies are varied and make enjoyable targets. Horde mode is an absolute blast that really makes the multiplayer portion of Zombie Army Trilogy stand out as the true champion.
70

Co-op is always a hoot and Zombie Army Trilogy proves that your game doesn’t have to be a massive triple AAA, technically breathtaking piece of pseudo art to be a success.
50

Sniping zombies in slow motion with friends is priceless, and that is what Zombie Army Trilogy is all about: multiplayer and fun. Don't even have look at the solo campaign.
70

Its level design may be repetitious, especially on solo play, and it may not innovate on the genre or the Sniper Elite franchise, but if you’re looking for some competitive co-op fun that prioritises non-stop action over narrative, Zombie Army Trilogy hits the mark, and then some.
75

A good L4D clone. Unfortunately, the price is too high compared to the offer, especially if you have previously played the first two episodes on PC.
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