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User reviews: Mixed (322 reviews) - 45% of the 322 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 21, 2011

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About This Game

The Bunch is the most formidable team of elite fighters ever assembled from around the world. What brought them together? Well, obviously the Earth is under attack! An alien invasion is threatening all humankind, without regards to gender, color or nationality. And these nasty aliens have a powerful Zombie Army™ at their disposal!

Play as Agent Liu, Jared Joe, El Camarada or Captain Smith becoming humanity’s last line of defense. Survive by any means necessary wielding a huge arsenal that includes flame throwers, rail guns and gravity bombs. Or charge over-the-top super powers that will annihilate your enemies! Cooperate online with up to 4 players.

“Bunch of Heroes” features stylized cartoon like artwork, funky rock and roll music, cutting edge technology, great humor and cooperative gameplay to inspire zombie killers and E.T. haters alike all over the globe!

Become a Hero; Earth needs a bunch of them at least!

Key Features:

  • Play with your friends in the 4 player cooperative online campaign
  • Amazing cartoon style graphics and Funky Rock and roll Music
  • 4 Playable characters with amazing Ultra attacks
  • Lush and diverse environments
  • Multiple objectives within each level
  • Dozens of fun and wacky enemies
  • A huge arsenal of weaponry to annihilate them with
  • Place and use turrets to gain tactical advantage

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® 7/Vista/XP
    • Processor: Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 1GB for XP/2GB for Vista/7
    • Hard Disk Space: At least 2.5GB of free space
    • Video Card: DirectX 9 compatible video card with Shader model 3.0. NVidia 7600, ATI X1600 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
8.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 5
5min of this game (includes dlc characters)

basic arcade top down shooter.
the game is geared more for you and some friends to play some co-op.
you kill stuff, do objectives, grab weapons, blow some stuff up, and fight bosses.
crates drop health or weapons with a set ammo that once used up you'll drop the gun and enemies drop health or energy for your special, you can also find turrets to help defend an area.
you chose 1 of 4 character (with dlc its 5+a new outfits for each of the main 4) to play alone or with upto 4 friends and they each have a different special move.
there are 3 areas with 3 maps each (9 maps in all) +1 survival map (2 with the free dlc).
the 3rd level in each area will have a boss at the end.
Missions consist of destroy object X, carry cheerleader to Y, & stand at a location for Z sec. also there is no real story outside the text on the loading screens.
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36 of 53 people (68%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 22, 2014
I would happily pay for this game to not show up in my library.
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14 of 17 people (82%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2014
Omnipresent boredom.
Bunch of Heroes does not offend some reprehensible fatal mistakes, but at the same time with also absolutely nothing positive isn't surprising. It's obvious that the Bunch of Heroes is a low-budget production and not seeking to become the hit. Stages are boring, goals are repeated, but the struggle of the masses opponents turns out to be quite demanding. One of the few elements worthy of recognition in this game is impressive and colorful graphics. On the screen usually happens very much thanks to the constant explosions and dozens of enemies attacking us. Pretty good sound design also presents itself. Shots sounds correctly, like explosions grenades and tear zombies. This does not change the fact that Bunch of Heroes is a game of poor, simple and rather not worth much attention. Theoretically everything is as straight as the structure of the flail.
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26 of 45 people (58%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
This game is one of the worst top-down shooters of all time. The enemies are boring, the music is dull, and the action is dumb. It is lazy game design at its worst. I only got this for the steam badge thing that was going on at the time and hated playing the game that now, 2 years after that Christmas achievement was being given out, I am giving it a negative rating. Only buy this game if you are making a top-down shooter and want to see exactly what NOT to do. This isn't even funny-bad, it's just boring and a slog.
Don't buy this game.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 4, 2013
Just wanted to say I really enjoyed this game, takes some time to get into and it was only during the last chapter that I found myself being more in control of hordes. If you have it play with some friends and it'll be awesome. I admit I went into it with an "oh I'm playing an indie game" kind of cautiousness but I'm really glad to say I was really impressed by the graphics, music and gameplay. Only encountered bug happened when I was using the Santa DLC, but other than that everything was smooth from start to finish.

Graphics: Really good for any game of this price.
Music: Is really funky or rock 'n roll depending on the setting and fits the game 100%, only wished they had a few more songs (just for the sake of wanting to hear more songs of the same style). Does not sound like some cheap soundtracks out there at all.
Gameplay: There's friendly fire, but if you've played games like Aliens Swarm or some other top-down shooter with it you'll know what to be careful, you just need to communicate with your co-op partner. I used Mumble the whole time, but the in-game voice chat seemed fine when I tested it. Personally I think the running/dodging is a bit slow, which is my own preference and didn't affect my experience that much. Another thing is that it was really hard to control waves at first, which lead to me and my partner dying a lot but after playing to the second half of the campaign I learned how to kill them more easily with the gun that you start off with - pick them off one by one while emptying your bullets with them.

There are weapons you can pick up during every level - they drop in boxes scattered around the level and re-drop after a while, which is useful if you're holding an area. There's an interesting variety of them and you get an achievement for picking up all kinds at least once. Enemies are pretty varied too and I had a lot of fun with them.

In short:
Pleasing to the eye?: Yes
Music?: The soundtrack just screams good quality, not something like the 'hastily tossed together' type that some games, even ones with a higher price range, do. Personally I wish they had some more songs cause there's never too much of good music!
Addictive or not?: I played through it in a few days, but playing with a friend is strongly recommended! It's a game I'd be willing to play again, but never by myself.
Playtime: Around 5.5 hours for the campaign and there's also some other modes with continued waves of monsters, etc. All in all pretty good length and provides good entertainment.
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