So... I actually like the game.
And I don't work for Hammerpoint.
Why am I writing this? Because I hear people complaining about how bad it is that it takes 40 hits with a flashlight for a Zed or that you get instakilled when joining a game and so on and then calling it a horrible game.
You people don't get how the game works. Of course it takes 40 Hits to the stomach to kill a Zed. Ever tried hitting them over the head? And it's supposed to be hard to survive when you only have a flashlight on you.
And if you don't want to be spawn killed, don't log in next to the Campos supermarket or any other highly frequented areas.
What I like about the game:
It gives me the shivers when creeping up on a fellow survivor. It's tense. But compared to "That Other Zombie Survival Game", it's alot more casual. You don't have to log in every seven days or your tent/vehicle will be gone. You can just jump into a game and run around for an hour offing Zeds.
What i don't like about the game:
Yes, it has a long way to go. There are dozens of features not yet implemented that were promised at release. Like cars. I don't see vehicles appearing in the game for another couple of months. probably not until "TOZSG" is out. And the Steam release was a bad decision. Hammerpoint should at least have been honest and portrayed the state the game was in instead of using false advertising.
What I hope for the game:
To reach it's goals in terms of feature implementation and that it'll get another chance and a honest one when it's done (duke nukem forever reference there). Because in my opinion it does have potential.