Опубликовано: 19 декабря
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army uses the same weapons and shooting mechanics as Sniper elite V2, but plays very differently.
Sniper Elite V2 is a slower paced game based more on placing a few key shots on enemy snipers and footsoliders while physically isolating yourself from being rushed.
In Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, you'll find it's impossible to segregate yourself from the enemies, as they come en masse and don't play around with cover or any other such distractions. This leads to high-octane action filled firefights that require basic teamwork and good accuracy to survive.
The shooting distance is generally under 50m; compare this to the base game which typically has 80m-200m shots. You'll often find yourself to not be doing a lot of sniping.
Playing through with three friends and on Sniper Elite difficulty(default enemy spawns), we had very few problems throughout the game. We had to restart from checkpoint all of twice.
There's not much for enemy variety, but assuming you don't have to restart too many times, it shouldn't be a big problem.
Enemies and bosses encourage teamwork
Working netcode (Playing with people 3000 miles away is fine)
Interesting and engaging shooting mechanics (Taken from V2)
Good variety of weapons (though only a few new from V2)
Runs smoothly on moderately old hardware
Little enemy variety
One game mode
Short game length (5 missions/2-3 hours per playthrough)
High cost to hour ratio ($5:h)
No custom difficulty (as in Sniper Elite V2)
Most maps are reused from the Sniper Elite V2 campaign
Can get stuck perpetually alt+tabbing
Steam community can cause rapid screen flashing if enabled
Poor voice quality and high latency for in-game voice chat
Players can occasionally fall through world geometry when knocked out
Bullet drop is insane at close ranges for all rifles
hit-detection can be broken at times
Buy it on sale/10