Price at Time Of Review: £10.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 7.65 GB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: Yes, Up to 4 Players
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: London has been lost to the undead plague. Overrun by hordes of mutated zombies, the last hope rests in the united fists of four lone outcasts. Using brutal combat skills to survive in this new world, they must form a fragile alliance to smash, slash & brawl through the undead horde and save what is left of their broken city.
Bloody Zombies is a co-op brawler designed to be played with any combination of TV/monitor and VR players. Fight across the ruins of London using carefully refined Free-Form Combat, taking down a terrifying variety of undead with an expanding special move-set. Created for 1-4 players, Bloody Zombies is also enhanced with VR – using its unique viewpoint to help the team overcome obstacles & discover secrets in the game.
Review: If you like your traditional 2D side-scrolling beat-em-ups like Double Dragon or Final Fight this might well be right up your street. I have to say in VR it kind of works and kind of doesn’t. It looks OK and being able to find hidden things that the 2D plays can’t is a bonus, but I had to wonder what the point of it was. It plays just as good on a normal screen and doesn’t look all that different. So it has to be down to value for money that will make this game a winner or a loser. The answer to that question is yes, but only if you are going to play it with friends or as a party game, because just playing on your own really isn’t that much fun.