** Please note: a remastered and improved edition of this game is now available in Zombie Army Trilogy.** Featuring a co-op campaign for 1 to 4 players, Nazi Zombie Army is a horrifying new stand-alone expansion of the award-winning Sniper Elite series.
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Release Date: Feb 28, 2013

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Reviews

"…Nazi Zombie Army manages to pull off an intense and satisfying zombie-slaying experience."
8/10 – Game Informer

"The game is extremely polished and looks absolutely gorgeous."
9/10 – MMO Games

"Intense is the best word that truly epitomizes the experience on offer in Sniper Elite Nazi Zombie Army. There are plenty of heart racing moments in every level, and they are only improved by the items and weapons gamers have available to them"
8.5/10 – Just Push Start

"Nazi Zombie Army is well worth the low asking price and will provide the kind of zombie killing experience we haven’t had since Left 4 Dead 2."
4/5 – Gizorama

About This Game

** Please note: a remastered and improved edition of this game is now available in Zombie Army Trilogy.**

Featuring a co-op campaign for 1 to 4 players, Nazi Zombie Army is a horrifying new stand-alone expansion of the award-winning Sniper Elite series.
In the dying flames of World War II, a despairing Hitler unleashes one final, unholy gamble – a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe.

You are Karl Fairburne – the sniper who shaped world history. You are one of the last living souls in Germany. You must team up or die.
American, German, Russian – previous military allegiances no longer matter. Now it's just the living versus the dead.
Only a Sniper Elite with nerves of steel and a steady aim stands a chance against Hitler’s Nazi Zombie Army!

Key Features

A Heart-stopping New Campaign
  • Battle through blood-drenched levels in a Berlin overrun by Hitler’s supernatural forces.
  • Adapt to harrowing new enemies – occult commanders, roof-jumping snipers, undead suicide infantry and worse...
  • Test your sniping skills under extreme pressure, keep your cool, and keep a boomstick handy – just in case.
Share the Terror With Four Player Co-op
  • For the first time in Sniper Elite history, battle your way through a campaign built for up to four players.
  • Fight back-to-back with a German officer, a scientist and a Russian soldier.
  • Work together or face annihilation – plan your positions, set your traps and make your stand.
New Enemies. Same Award-winning Sniping
  • See every putrid lung burst, every rotten bone shatter with the return of Sniper Elite's acclaimed X-Ray ‘kill cam’.
  • Experience the genre-best sniping ballistics and precise controls that made the series a best-seller.
  • Take into account gravity, wind, velocity, stability and more under the pressure of the zombie onslaught. You don't want to miss.
NOTE: Steam keys will not activate in Germany

System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® Vista (Service Pack 2) or Windows® 7 or Windows® 8. Windows® XP is NOT supported.
    • Processor: Dual-core CPU with SSE3 (Intel® Pentium® D 3GHz / AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 4200) or better
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 5GB of free drive space
    • Video Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible graphics card with 256 MB of memory (NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 series / ATI Radeon™ HD 3870) or better
    • Sound: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
    • DirectX: Microsoft® DirectX® 11.0
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Oscar The Dog
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
More than just a little late to the party on this. What a wicked game this is. Clearly designed to compete with COD Zombies, it brings it's own flavour to the genre and make it stand out on its own. I love the gore, the relentless hordes, and the giant zombies and boss fights really add a nice finishing touch. Highly recommend it and look forward to playing through 2 and 3, hopefully with friends as nobody is playing this online anymore.
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dudddddddddddddddeeeeeeeeeeeee
( 4.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 28
i like killing nazis
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Hanson
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 20
Fun game. Bring friends to avoid being anally ravaged if you're not used to the playstyle.
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vpadilla
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 15
I would like a refund this game does not perform like I thought it would
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[Stand] 『One More Time』
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 12
Dosen't even work. Best game ever!!!!
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Sharp Income
( 6.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 4
Not necessarily a review (per se), more of a rant of all the negatives. If you can put up with the following garbage (gameplay impediments), then I'd recommend buying it. But rather, buy Zombie Army trilogy, get all three games plus additional modes without getting ripped off from buying 2 games that are incompatible to play co-op with someone who owns trilogy. (this game is designed to be co-op. Single player suffers do to unfair game mechanics, but is still playable)

This has been one of those frustrating games where I'm spending more time fighting (and consequently, dying from) the controls (and lousily deisnged mechanics, intrusive restrictions) than the enemies. - this is a MORTAL SIN OF GAME DESIGN. Don't make the player fight your game.


- I have to stand still to throw a grenade.
- An 8in barrel smg sprays out bullets at 45 degree angles from the end of the barrel (same with long barrel shotguns).
- A bolt action rifle recoils like a .50 cal. desert eagle.
- When you're zoomed in, you can't do anything but shoot (and move). Nothing will cancel the zoom but your zoom button! Not sprinting, not even reloading, not even switching weapons!

Hey, you walked 50 meters, now guess what, this THICK fog has moved in, surrounding your current location. So THICK you can't even walk through it! You know what that means. "SURVIVE THE SIEGE.... AGAIN"... another horde of zombies spawns inside the fog that you can't run into to "train" the zombies. And again, the stupid lag of having to unzoom before you do anything (instead of it being automatic when trying to sprint/melee/switch weapons).

You'll want to play on easy or definitely play co-op so you can have someone watching you back, because even though it's third person, you can get melee attacked from behind by someone you CAN'T F*CKING SEE! He's RIGHT BEHIND YOU and you CAN'T F*CKING SEE HIM IN THIRD PERSON! Seriously, what the ****?! Quick! sprint away! Nope! What? I can't sprint? quick, switch to your automatic! ugh, what's this? The aim is too slow, I can't get him in my sights. Ugh, quick, he's too close now. Melee. Melee! MELEE!!!... Why won't you F*CKING MELEE!

Seriously, WTF? You're stuck with your zoomed in view even when you try to sprint, melee, SWITCH WEAPONS and RELOAD!! UNLIKE EVERY OTHER FUTHERMUCKIN' SHOOTER OUT THERE with ADS and sprint that will cancel your scope when you sprint or change weapons or RELOAD! (Ok, except COD uses sprint as hold breath while scoped, but in this game, you can't bind empty lung and sprint to the same button. Why not? If you're not letting me sprint when I'm zoomed in anyway?) And why the hell can't you hear the groaning dead when they're RIGHT BEHIND YOU! again, it makes no sense, and is another bad game design point. Why NOT have audio cues to help the player? The zombies are like shy Jr. High boys: they'll let out a nervous, dumb "uuggghhh" moan when you make eye contact with them. Oh, but the creepy stalker behind me is as quiet as a ninja, not even footsteps! Turn around and now they'll start making noise: "Uugghhh - you caught me!" What gives?

- no help from audio cues
- no help from third person POV
= 2 more game design sins.

Your character is so slow at doing things (he deserves to get eaten), it's amazing that he's one of the sole survivors after everyone's become a zombie. Maybe he was so slow he took forever getting out of the bathroom and missed the part where everyone got zombified.

I'd be a fun game, but they balance the gameplay of what would be an easy game (killing slow zombies) if built into COD or any other modern FPS/3PS by severly removing any sort of gun handling skill your character would have. The weapons have a recoil (crosshair bloom) that's unreasonably high to force you to use a lower rate of fire.This does help build tension, though, as the zombies keep creeping up on you while you're waiting to fire. But it's just stupid to the point it's annoying. Like I pointed out before, why do all the automatics fire bullets out their barrels at 45 degree angles (at full auto, or by the 4th round fired)? Don't you feel almost like rambo with that PPsh... yeah, you might as well just be firing it off into the sky screaming "You won't take me alive!" as that'll be just as effective as trying to shoot full auto even while you're aiming at the zombies. Are guns really that inaccurate? NO! But they have to be in this game, or it'd be too easy to mow down the hordes while spraying at their heads. There's a different, more practical solution to that: limit ammo, so the player is forced to take his time to make each shot count. "You'll never take me sober!" "AAAHHH!!!" BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM "AAAAHHHH!!!"

Then that stupid fog rolls in and you can't go anywhere. "Hey, look guys! Another invisible wall just sprouted up! Hope you didn't want to go back for more ammo..." Not to mention, as soon as you show up in your new location the zombies start coming. The game is designed such, via weapons/items and level design, that you are to defend an area/fixed position from an assault. You get trip mines, land mines, dynamite. There are often gas cans/barrels that will explode when shot throughout the level. There are specific gaps in fences/low walls where you know enemies will walk through. It's all set up to let you booby trap and set up defenses. (sounds like a fun survival setup, right? "Alright, men, whatever happens, we hold the fort!" "Uh-rah!") And it could work, except that the enemies start spawning right away, and you're not given any time to explore the area to find equipment/items, or find the best spots to defend/shoot from. It's a shame because they set it up well, give you the level design and items, but no time. Unlike L4D, where they give you time to prepare ("activate X, prepare to fight the horde"). But L4D doesn't give you a wide variety of items or interesting level design to use those limited items in-it's all spray, reload, spray some more. And it's boring and way more repetative than this game in that respect. NZA also copies L4D with their "make it to the safe room". That's fine, it works; and it's nice to know there's a safe room ahead where I know they'll be supplies for me. But it's sad that they shot themselves in the foot, providing good defense mechanics but failing on the execution on what could've been a game that rivaled L4D as a slight Military "sim" version of the Zombie survival horror all nicely decorated with the most popular WWII era colors: rotted wood brown, axis uniform grey, charcoal dark gray, ash light grey, abandonded beige, cinder-block and rubble gray and a dash of communist/fascist red.


no. just buy the trilogy. And put up with the same BS in a slightly more polished game.
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elffaW
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
Good but some levels are very difficult.
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Brand Lagacé
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
This is by far tHE best zombie slaying experience ever!!! ;) Buy this game ! you won't regret it ---> 16.99 is very affordable!
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_-=Groove=-_
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 30
Congratulations to the Devs, excellent work!
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DUBMARK
( 16.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 27
Good game still got it (had it over a year) still play now and again . worth the price.
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Channel28
( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 26
Sniper Elite V2 and Left4Dead went out one night, got drunk and hooked up. 9 months later Sniper Elite Nazi Zombie Army was born .... True Story! So true that in the remastered Trilogy version they added the L4D heroes!
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maniac223
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 24
Online can be very glitched sometimes,apart from that great game but needs the difficulty either lowered or less enemies.
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alfonsoroman
( 7.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 24
The game is very short and repetitive, all missions are similars. So, I recommended because you can kill nazi zombies with a sniper, you got it? but you should play 1h with friends and after returned it. If you want to play it again, no problem, you can repeat the strategy with the 2nd instalment of the game. They're equal.
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Pandarific Gamer
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 22
So much fun! There's some great level of detail in this game too (especially X-Ray Mode!) and every well placed shot makes you feel like a Nazi zombie slaying badass!

Do I recommend it? ♥♥♥♥ yes, I do!
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Foxysen
( 5.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 21
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a third-person shooter which focuses on cooperative up to four players, albeit it can be beaten in singleplayer too. It was developed by Rebellion and released in 2013. It's a spin-off title of Sniper Elite V2 and one would say that it feels like mod or DLC to it.

A thing to note is that when they released Nazi Zombie Army 2 they backported changes from it to the first game. That means that now you have all the grain effects, zombies have yellow shiny eyes and the Preacher weapon got changed. The Preacher always looked like a good old double shotgun, but in original version it actually was some kind of double-rifle, shooting very strong single bullet. Ever since the update it now behaves the way it looks - boomstick.
Kinda shame, as I would have prefered if the first game was kept unique compared to sequel.

Multiplayer community appears to be quite alive. From what little time I tried it, it would always find one lobby. And after a while it would get filled with few more players. Yes, they can join even when the game is in the process. But I guess that there may be times when there isn't anybody playing.

And yes, in this game you go through the linear levels and sometimes get locked into area during siege event. And yep, no plot, pretty much. Aside from Hitler released evil somehow and now you have to escape Berlin over 5 levels. Maybe Fegelein will know how to stop him in a sequel, hmm. And yes, you shoot many zombies. And skeletons.

One thing for sure, it has an awesome setting, even if it may get old. It's like a zombie-demons B-Movie old cheesy experience, you can tell that developers weren't taking themselves seriously. Tons of slow slumbering zombies to headshot. Lots of occult and demonic things spread over the levels, with corpses and blood everywhere, giving no care that there is way too much for it to makes sense. Dense colorful fog is covering the ground, it all looks moody and lighting is spread around to give off menacing shadows.
And most wonderful of it all is a soundtrack. It's a freaking spooky raving synth combined with piano. Awesome!

And yea, gameplay is great for coop. Though you can see that it was based on Sniper Elite v2 engine without much changes. You can still snipe, but instead of having to snipe due to distance, you will do it to accurately hit zombies into head. And due to close quarters, you will use the unscoped aiming of sniper rifle, by holding Left Ctrl button. And yea, headshotting zombies is important, otherwise they take few shots to die and can even revive again if their brains aren't blown. Sometimes it throws special zombies at you, which helps to vary it up. Even though it has a bit too much pure normal zombies encounters.
Sadly, there is no randomization, but it's still fun.

And yea, due to it being on Sniper Elite V2 it kept some strange things. For example, you can still stick to the cover, which is completely useless in this title. Well, almost, aside from rare case where I got pinned down by zombie snipers. As well as having to scavenge zombies body for ammo which takes few seconds gets really annoying, seeing how many zombies you kill. You just get really bored of it after a while, but then you may run out of ammo. On other hand, explosive traps fit to this game very very much. They are awesome and a well placed and well timed combination of explosive and dynamite can end lifes of dozens dozens zombies.
It does however not include any kind of stealth elements. It makes sense, but still will make you wonder about "Sniper Elite" part.

Sadly, singleplayer feels more of throw so people will not moan about lack of it. They don't even have achievements for beating any chapter in single anyway. There are no bots in this game and being solo isn't exciting. All the filler encounter with only normal zombies get very monotonous, since there is only you on battlefield. Heck, I even felt that difficulty and pacing was uneven. The first level's siege were actually the hardest and most fun ones in the game. Or it's the way it felt from beating campaign once. And heck, killcams that were praised in Sniper Elite V2 get annoying here in no end.

So yes, fun little spin-off but only in cooperative mode and it gets monotonous after a while. However, you should get Zombie Army Trilogy which includes campaign of this game.
P.S. It has different balance from ZAT. In ZAT kicks are much stronger, non-rifles are weaker, skeletons die from one kick.
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aluh ahkbah
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
This game is lacking audio in thay nobody talks. What makes this game great, is putting some music on and playing it. Really makes the silence feel full again. This game is like COD: NZ but better, and a little awkward. Great with friends. Fun alone too. I don't recommend buying this for the 15 but wait til a sale and snatch this uo
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MadKlauss
( 8.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
There's not much to it but it's very fun.
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NiP_t0psi csgoSwapper.com
( 6.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 17
This game is ♥♥♥♥.
+ nice graphics
+Sniper elite ''quality''

-♥♥♥♥♥♥ story
-there are about 7k zombies in 3h

Gameplay: Zombies
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
Fun game. Bring friends to avoid being anally ravaged if you're not used to the playstyle.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
29.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
Very fun to play with the x-ray sequence and all. Hitting them in the balls is the most fun part.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 14
Sniper Elite NZA is a very fun co-op zombie game which takes the gameplay from the amazingly fun Sniper Elite V2 and tosses it into a very fun but repetitive zombie shooter. What this game does right is the graphics - they are absolutely superb, despite the fog being a bit too much in most places. The reflections, textures, etc are really really good, and runs incredibly well too! The CO-OP is pretty good, the only thing I noticed is bullet delay in online mode. In my opinion, it is a very very fun game and definitely worth its asking price. There is fun to be had, and lots of it. The shooting is stunning, especially the slow-motion kills with the sniper - gruesomely fantastic!
Of course I just have to say the bad things now, and the game is very repetitive. On anything other than Cadet (easy difficulty) the enemies are bullet spondges so higher difficulty doesn't really make it any more fun. The game is - Go from point A to B and survive waves of enemies.

About 7.5/10. Really good and worth it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 21
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a third-person shooter which focuses on cooperative up to four players, albeit it can be beaten in singleplayer too. It was developed by Rebellion and released in 2013. It's a spin-off title of Sniper Elite V2 and one would say that it feels like mod or DLC to it.

A thing to note is that when they released Nazi Zombie Army 2 they backported changes from it to the first game. That means that now you have all the grain effects, zombies have yellow shiny eyes and the Preacher weapon got changed. The Preacher always looked like a good old double shotgun, but in original version it actually was some kind of double-rifle, shooting very strong single bullet. Ever since the update it now behaves the way it looks - boomstick.
Kinda shame, as I would have prefered if the first game was kept unique compared to sequel.

Multiplayer community appears to be quite alive. From what little time I tried it, it would always find one lobby. And after a while it would get filled with few more players. Yes, they can join even when the game is in the process. But I guess that there may be times when there isn't anybody playing.

And yes, in this game you go through the linear levels and sometimes get locked into area during siege event. And yep, no plot, pretty much. Aside from Hitler released evil somehow and now you have to escape Berlin over 5 levels. Maybe Fegelein will know how to stop him in a sequel, hmm. And yes, you shoot many zombies. And skeletons.

One thing for sure, it has an awesome setting, even if it may get old. It's like a zombie-demons B-Movie old cheesy experience, you can tell that developers weren't taking themselves seriously. Tons of slow slumbering zombies to headshot. Lots of occult and demonic things spread over the levels, with corpses and blood everywhere, giving no care that there is way too much for it to makes sense. Dense colorful fog is covering the ground, it all looks moody and lighting is spread around to give off menacing shadows.
And most wonderful of it all is a soundtrack. It's a freaking spooky raving synth combined with piano. Awesome!

And yea, gameplay is great for coop. Though you can see that it was based on Sniper Elite v2 engine without much changes. You can still snipe, but instead of having to snipe due to distance, you will do it to accurately hit zombies into head. And due to close quarters, you will use the unscoped aiming of sniper rifle, by holding Left Ctrl button. And yea, headshotting zombies is important, otherwise they take few shots to die and can even revive again if their brains aren't blown. Sometimes it throws special zombies at you, which helps to vary it up. Even though it has a bit too much pure normal zombies encounters.
Sadly, there is no randomization, but it's still fun.

And yea, due to it being on Sniper Elite V2 it kept some strange things. For example, you can still stick to the cover, which is completely useless in this title. Well, almost, aside from rare case where I got pinned down by zombie snipers. As well as having to scavenge zombies body for ammo which takes few seconds gets really annoying, seeing how many zombies you kill. You just get really bored of it after a while, but then you may run out of ammo. On other hand, explosive traps fit to this game very very much. They are awesome and a well placed and well timed combination of explosive and dynamite can end lifes of dozens dozens zombies.
It does however not include any kind of stealth elements. It makes sense, but still will make you wonder about "Sniper Elite" part.

Sadly, singleplayer feels more of throw so people will not moan about lack of it. They don't even have achievements for beating any chapter in single anyway. There are no bots in this game and being solo isn't exciting. All the filler encounter with only normal zombies get very monotonous, since there is only you on battlefield. Heck, I even felt that difficulty and pacing was uneven. The first level's siege were actually the hardest and most fun ones in the game. Or it's the way it felt from beating campaign once. And heck, killcams that were praised in Sniper Elite V2 get annoying here in no end.

So yes, fun little spin-off but only in cooperative mode and it gets monotonous after a while. However, you should get Zombie Army Trilogy which includes campaign of this game.
P.S. It has different balance from ZAT. In ZAT kicks are much stronger, non-rifles are weaker, skeletons die from one kick.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 28
Dificuldade insana em alguns momentos. Recomendo!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 8
The game soon being 3 years old is still a decent one in this series. Always love the bullet gameplay 3D animation of the Sniper Elite series. Grab the sale when you can and still good game to play when you want to shoot them all and let God sort them out!

Better yet, you can do like I did and grab the Rebellion Anthology to have them all!!!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 26
Sniper Elite V2 and Left4Dead went out one night, got drunk and hooked up. 9 months later Sniper Elite Nazi Zombie Army was born .... True Story! So true that in the remastered Trilogy version they added the L4D heroes!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 22
Although it's short enough to be DLC for sniper elite, i still think it's a lot of fun to play.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
33.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 15
This really was a fun game to play. So Ill vote YES for the most part. The other parts are just nuances Ill get into in a moment.

So you are back in Berlin and it's a Zombie Army you are fighting. There are 5 maps to go through and I can say, this is a pretty EVIL game. Single player is pretty good and you can have up to 4 players in Multiplayer. Unfortunately when you play single player, you are alone. Unlike Left 4 Dead where you have 3 other AI's with you. This would have proved interesting for harder levels. But that's not the case. So that is one of my quirks. Once you get use to the gameplay, it's pretty straight forward. Zombies come at you and no use using stealth for the most parts. It's not going to work. They just come right for you. So keep your hearbeat down for any quick sprints you may need.

The graphics are amazing! You are welcomed into the game with one of the most beautiful creeps scenes ever put on a game. Foggy everywhere and it's NIGHT time for this whole game. So I as usual, bought this on a discount and worth the $5. But one can easily be bored with single player, so let's head to multiplayer.

Multiplayer is GREAT! Harder levels are easier with other live players. I breezed though the elite levels pretty fast. You have the options if you start a server on how many enemies you want 1-4x per person. That means 4 enemies per person if you choose 4x. But this can prove fatal becasue it seems servers are not really reliable and people lose the connection. They do eventually come back in, but sometimes the damage is done. AND I do see issues with delay. I find myself losing bullets fast when I shoot a good shot, but it doesn't register. Again, a few small issues.

The music in the game is incredible. Sort of a 80's sound to it a little bit, but it is suiting to the game. Have a listen if you can.

Hope you enjoy the game


UPDATE on multiplayer and lag.
Well I believe it depends where you are player and where the server is. I have noticed that if I create the server, my lag is gone basically, and even other players don't have a problem.
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Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 22
Never played anything more frightening yet. The atmosphere is very daunting and grim just as it has to be. Also the controls are nice too. 9/10
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Recommended
21.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 23
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That feel when you didn't get to kill zombie Hitler...
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
8.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 17, 2015
shoot a zombie in the testicles and feel the ear to ear grin on your face >:D
you dont even need freinds for this to be fun 10/10
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 18
Fun but can be very hard.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 7
VERY GOOD GAME FOR CO-OP
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6 of 11 people (55%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 18
there were skeletons and it was 3spoopy5me, 11/10
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13 of 25 people (52%) found this review helpful
19 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2015
GREAT GAME, TOO BAD I RUN IT ON 20 FRAMES SO I MISS ALL MA SHOTS
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706 of 739 people (96%) found this review helpful
33 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2013
Looking fuhrer good time? You've come to the reich place
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97 of 105 people (92%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
Recommended
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 9, 2014
If you came here for an engaging storyline, as some of the reviewers apparently did, please re-read the title of the game. There are no plot twists, or emotional dialogues to be found here. Instead, this game delivers exactly what it promises, an army of Nazi zombies. What could be more satisfying than this? Who better to vent your daily frustrations on? These are not your unfortunate neighbors, family or friends who have been transformed into the walking dead ... no ... they are undead Nazis.

This game is about blowing the crap out of undead Nazis ... period. Not only that, it also allows you to experience the crap-blowing up close and in slow motion, following your speeding projectile as it snaps bones, punctures organs and otherwise eviscerates the unending legion of menacing corpses.

If you enjoy the idea of purging the world of demonic Nazi zombies, then this is the game for you!
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93 of 106 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
25.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
"Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army was everything I loved about Sniper Elite V2, with an amazingly well-crafted zombie atmosphere. No other zombie game has managed to replicate the dread and imminent doom of the Romero-style zombie"

I've never been good at stealth games. I've also never been good at driving games - blame it on my Asian heritage.

When I played the original Sniper Elite V2, I loved the World War 2 setting, as well as the simulated realism of Sniper Physics -- distance to target, bullet drop, wind, holding your breath to steady your shots. I detested the stealthing segments, throwing rocks and scurrying about. I would try the stealth approach 3-4 times, give up in frustration, and go very loud and turn the game into a shooting gallery as enemies attempt to find me, with my back against a wall and all approaches covered. Ultimately, the original Sniper Elite V2 wasn't for me -- that's not a knock on my game, simply just a mismatch between my playstyle and game preferences.

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army was everything I loved about Sniper Elite V2, with an amazingly well-crafted zombie atmosphere. No other zombie game has managed to replicate the dread and imminent doom of the Romero-style zombie -- Left for Dead's rage zombies scamper towards you in waves but drop like paper mâché; Dead Island's zombies are sparse and require a lot of physical damage; Dead Rising zombies ignore you most of the time. SE:NZA sticks you with the great conundrum of taking the time to properly aim for a headshot, at the risk of the other 10+ zombies getting closer. No other game has induced the same sense of panic when you realize just how badly surround you are -- they're just shambling slowly, how could I possible be surrounded?

The stages themselves are very linear, albeit with extremely large areas for each major wave of attacks. There is room to kite, until the special zombies begin to appear. The suicide explosive zombies felt very unfair -- they're very difficult to deal with if playing single player, given the damage they deliver. The resurrected skeletons are also a nuisance, but I suppose they force you to reprioritize your plan and backpeddle while shooting.

The fifth area "fetch quest" in the subways was a chore, needlessly extending the game. I did enjoy the fact that these stages are all created from the base Sniper Elite V2 stages, but with much more fog and blood splatter.

Picking up this game at $15 for a 4-pack was a steal, and kept my group of co-op friends occupied for a good two weeks, running one or two stages a night. There is a lack of replayability -- in fact, I've yet to finish the game, due to the difficulty spike of dealing with the last boss -- which tends to play much better with three players than two.

I can recommend this game for people who are not looking for a hardcore challenge, but rather, a "beatable challenge" with their friends. ~$4 is the right price for this game, but definitely do it with similar-minded friends.
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51 of 55 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
21.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 26, 2013
If you haven’t played anything in the Sniper Elite series, what sets them apart from other run-and-gun shooters is the emphasis on over-the-top sniper shots with x-ray cams. The kills feel incredibly satisfying and the reliance on accuracy pushes one to enhance their skill and experiment with the weaponry to find the best player method. What is NOT here is the stealth element of the previous games, nor is it missed.

If you’ve played other zombie games, like Killing Floor or Left 4 Dead, this series emphasizes limited weapon selection, each with different strengths and weaknesses. It also emphasizes slow shambling zombies over fast-moving ones. The mood is set very well in this game, as it does a good job of providing a feel of a destroyed hellish zombie-infested landscape. It is sufficiently creepy, particularly because you know that survival depends on seeing them first and getting a good distance between you and them. As they shamble closer, accuracy matters more making it harder to pull off shots when it matters most, complimenting the major strengths of this game.

No doubt, you’ve read some criticism of this game. Some of the most prominent criticisms are condensed as follows:

Cheap and unambitious.
Monotonous and repetitive gameplay.
Cashgrab.
Unoriginal.
No plot.

While some of these are accurate to a degree, the reality is that even if they *are* true, it shouldn’t scare you away from this title. It is very fun with four people. I could go by each and refute them point by point, but most of these concerns can be alleviated by two counterpoints.

First, this game *is* cheap. The game is $15.00. The average movie ticket is between $7.84 and $8.38 (as of November 2013). At 1 Hour and 30 minutes as the average length of a film, if you get even three hours of enjoyment out of the game, you’ve already gotten more out of it than your average movie (and you can bring your own snacks and be as loud as you like.) It’s not meant to be some gaming magnum opus, and many Triple A releases try too hard to do this, and fail miserably. This is what you might call a “niche market” game… its aimed at a small segment of the gaming community for a modest profit. This is not a bad thing nor is it any more a cashgrab than any other game produced. While it is not for everyone (nor is it meant to be), it is worth the price of admission.

Second, as far as repetitive gameplay, yes it does have this. Every game is repetitive within certain respects, and the lack of a compelling plot or original gameplay elements makes this title’s repetitive nature relatively obvious. You *can* turn off the x-ray mode if it becomes overwhelming (or reduce its frequency) and the repetitive aspects are alleviated if you play with friends. The solo game mode is best enjoyed in small chunks. The shotguns function as shotguns, the sniper rifles function as sniper rifles, and pistols function as pistols. If you get tired of mowing down zombies with these methods, there are relatively few shooter games that will overcome this limitation. However, one should not expect too much innovation from a shooter game. There are precious few shooters that are innovative with regard to combat mechanics, or they’re successful at dressing up this shortcoming by using non-shooter elements. Much like the title implies, what you see is what you get… and what you get is pretty reasonable and fun in the right mindset.
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