Publicada: 29 Março
Bad voice acting, bad animations, questionable graphics, hideous writing and an absolute zero regard for emotional sensitivities.It's a masterpiece.
If you consider yourself a fast typer or are just looking to brush up on your touch typing, between Mavis Beacon, Mario Teaches Typing and this, you can't go wrong with a little zom- mutant slaughter with big chesticles bouncing around and the jankiest voice acting since the mid 90s.
It's surprisingly satisfying getting a huge score and a nice accuracy rate in a game in which you type words. You'll likely have a chuckle or two at the words and phrases you type, usually relating to the situation you're in or sometimes due to the random dictionary getting a humourous set of words in a sequence.
That said, it's nothing to go rush out for. I picked this up in a sale and I enjoy it a lot but I'd probably pass at the recommended price. I like zombie games and I like typing but I'm pretty stingy.
For an added bonus, you can also play all the chapters of the game in old-school point'n'click shooting mode too - but the charm is lost without a light gun.