Satisfying zombie headshots.
Fun four-player co-op.
Gameplay gets monotonous.
Repetitive level design and enemy types.
By StrategyInformer on April 02, 2013
Whilst there’s little in the way of tactical depth to sustain the action beyond the initial rush, Rebellion’s sniping and killcam mechanics remain an interesting and satisfying prospect in the short-term.65
By Strategy Informer on April 02, 2013
For all the promise that Sniper Elite: V2 showed with its bullet-time organ-bursting weapon-fetishistic take on long range combat, it was equally hampered in terms of production values and AI, setting its controversial combat in a procession of...65
By Metro UK on March 25, 2013
Cheap, obvious, and unambitious but the zombie theme does at least help to circumvent the technical problems of the original, and offer up some novel co-op options.40
By XGN on March 23, 2013
Hoewel er gameplaytechnisch wat eentonigheid op te merken is, maakt de co-op in combinatie met het uiterlijk van de game een hoop goed. Samen met de goede soundtrack krijg je een game die voor een mooi prijsje een heerlijke multiplayer-ervaring aflevert. Well done, Rebellion!75
By EuroGamer SP on March 20, 2013
Aunque margina demasiado al jugador solitario, es el perfecto anfitrión para un grupo de jugadores sin más pretensiones que ver volar un par de cabezas por los aires. Además, no se hace querer demasiado, no llega a los once euros. Rebellion se ha subido al tren de la moda zombi tarde, pero con dignidad -cosa que no todos pueden decir.70
By Thunderbolt on March 15, 2013
The crippling condition that makes the experience stale and repetitive is quickly remedied by the presence of buddies. Only then, when you and your friends enter an open plaza, when the fog rolls in and the music gets louder, and the Nazi zombies rise up, does this game truly shine.70
By HookedGamers on March 15, 2013
Certainly it is an ethically solid choice for a shooter, given that you are shooting at dead things and not humans. Even the x-ray slow-mo kill cam feels less disgusting this way.60
By DigitalChumps on March 09, 2013
Rebellion probably didn’t spend as much time and money developing the Sniper Elite series as Valve did with L4D. There are safe houses though. The co-op is not a make, nor is it a break. I just hope you have luck finding a game.56
By EuroGamer IT on March 08, 2013
Del resto, non sembra nemmeno lecito pretendere il livello qualitativo di titoli tripla A da un gioco venduto su Steam a undici euro e che, tutto sommato, fa abbastanza bene il suo sporco lavoro di divertire, pur senza proporre chissà quale innovazione nel settore degli zombie game.70
By DarkZero on March 08, 2013
But Nazi Zombie Army really isn’t that. Sure it has some shortcomings with its scripted AI design and linear levels, but at a cheap entry price of £9.99 and some solid cooperative gameplay, this is for gamers looking for some fun with friends. If you are, then you should give it a shot, as I think you will find it a pleasantly surprising cooperative game.70