A picturesque resort falls into madness after a mysterious zombie outbreak claims its once peaceful atmosphere. Four individuals strangely find themselves immune and must use that power to ... See full summary »







Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam B (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Xian Mei (voice)
Logan Carter (voice)
Purna (voice)
Joe Hanna ...
Ryder White / Various Characters (voice)
Mowen / Various Characters (voice) (as Adam G.)
Titus / Various Characters (voice)
Matutero / Various Characters (voice) (as James Mathis)
Ope (voice)
Bobby / Various Characters (voice)
Sinamoi / Nikolai / Various Characters (voice)
Dr. West / Various Characters (voice)
Dave Franklin ...
Various Characters (voice)


A picturesque resort falls into madness after a mysterious zombie outbreak claims its once peaceful atmosphere. Four individuals strangely find themselves immune and must use that power to protect the remaining survivors, discover what's going on and find a way to escape. Written by Anonymous

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Niiiiiceeee Good Stuff
9 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

I've been waiting for this game to come out for quite some time. It was actually supposed to come out back in early 2000 but the building they were creating it at literally burned down. But it may have been for the best, because the graphics are good and the gameplay is one-of-a-kind. Think of it as a Left 4 Dead RPG-style. So you're not just annihilating zombies (which believe me, you do a lot) but you also have a purpose other than going through a campaign with no destination other than the end of the level. You can chose what weapons you pick up (which is similar to Mass Effect where they tell you the stats of the weapon; power, accuracy etc...). It has a twist though, they get worn out. That may be the ONLY thing I would change (it tends to get annoying when all your weapons in your inventory are broken to hell and all you can do is run and cry). Like, I can understand wooden bats breaking and stuff but like, a wrench?? that sucks to repair! Oh, and the fact that you have to pay to repair your weapons. It wouldn't be so much of a problem if it wasn't a lot of money to get them repaired because there is money EVERYWHERE but the most money I get in between missions is about 2000 dollars and some weapons cost 900 bucks just to repair it. (which is essentially maybe 20 swings). So definitely prioritize, because it'll go a long way. You can pick up miscellaneous items and customize your weapons too (like putting spikes on a bat and putting an electrical charge on it). This option is AWESOME; the only downside to that though is it costs even MORE money to repair. So essentially, it can be a pain to play the game at times. But then again, if it didn't have some sort of challenge, it wouldn't be as fun. Definitely a good change from typical zombie games. It's also 4-player which is awesome, and you can play online with your friends to get missions completed. I highly recommend getting this game. WELL DONE.

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