Vivez une campagne coopérative intense à vous retourner les tripes avec un maximum de quatre joueurs dans la suite de Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, le best-seller disponible sur Steam.
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la Suite Intense De Nza Est Arrivée !


Vivez une campagne coopérative intense à vous retourner les tripes avec un maximum de quatre joueurs dans la suite de Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, le best-seller disponible sur Steam.

L'Europe de la Seconde Guerre mondiale étant envahie par des légions de morts-vivants, vous devez trouver le salut de l'humanité dans les entrailles de Berlin en trouvant les artefacts sacrés responsables de cet enfer. Coopérez contre des forces incroyables et payez le prix du sang pour plonger dans cette ville infestée de démons et vers le terrifiant Führerbunker.

Abordez la campagne en ligne en coopération jusqu'à quatre joueurs, ou seul si vous en avez le courage.

Avec de nouveaux ennemis, de nouveaux environnements, des surprises à vous glacer le sang et le retour de la fameuse caméra frag à rayons X, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 satisfera les chasseurs de zombies les plus sanguinaires.

Une Nouvelle Campagne. De Nouvelles Terreurs.


Survivez à une toute nouvelle campagne indépendante jusqu'à quatre joueurs.
Découvrez de nouveaux lieux et des environnements oppressifs de plus en plus épouvantables.
Faites face à de nouveaux ennemis, incluant le démon de feu et l'invocateur.
DES COMBATS À LA TROISIÈME PERSONNE QUI VOUS METTRONT LES NERFS À VIF

Découvrez les fameux tirs au sniper, des états de siège remplis d'adrénaline et le jeu en équipe coopératif qui a rendu Nazi Zombie Army si populaire sur Steam.
Émerveillez-vous devant le retour de la fameuse caméra frag à rayons X et regardez vos balles purifier les entrailles putrides de légions de morts-vivants au ralenti.
Défiez toutes les attentes et survivez à des hordes écrasantes grâce à des pièges, des explosifs et de puissantes mitrailleuses.
PLUS DE SENSATIONS FORTES. PLUS DE SANG VERSÉ.

Reculez devant des ennemis grotesques, de nouveaux effets et des scènes cinématiques époustouflantes.
Savourez la toute nouvelle bande originale inspirée par Carpenter et les films d'horreur.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft® Windows® Vista (Service Pack 2) or Windows® 7 or Windows® 8. Windows® XP is NOT supported.
    • Processeur : Dual-core CPU with SSE3 (Intel® Pentium® D 3GHz / AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 4200) or better
    • Mémoire vive : 2 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible graphics card with 256 MB of memory (NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 series / ATI Radeon™ HD 3870) or better
    • DirectX : Version 11
    • Réseau : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Espace disque : 6 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft® Windows® Vista (Service Pack 2) or Windows® 7 or Windows® 8. Windows® XP is NOT supported.
    • Processeur : Intel® Core™ i5 / AMD FX series or better
    • Mémoire vive : 6 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : Microsoft® DirectX® 11.0 compatible graphics card with 1GB of memory (NVIDIA® GeForce® 400 series / ATI Radeon™ HD 7750) or better
    • DirectX : Version 11
    • Réseau : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Espace disque : 6 GB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
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Shuffley Shufflecoat
( 13.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 mai
Great game from the moment you return to zombie-infested Nazi Germany to the moment you drop the Atomic Bomb! From my own experience, I would highly recommend this game to anyone who wants to kill Nazis with their friends.

1945/10

Would play repeatively!
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ff8
( 2.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 mai
Nice relaxing shooter if you have friends to play with.
Maybe a little bit too linear with enemies placed exactly in the same spots.
I do recommend both 1 and 2 zombie army games.
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mortyy
( 5.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 2 mai
Ez katka , make headshot
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LEWIZZ
( 2.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 1 mai
GG but hard af
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Sentinei-Luna
( 7.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 avril
Really great fun with very nice and atmospheric graphics. You should buy the trilogy instead of being a nub like me and buying only one. Get a friend to play with it too. Playing alone is kinda boring with this game. It's like a L4D2 but sniper eilte style.
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dudddddddddddddddeeeeeeeeeeeee
( 4.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 avril
fun if you have friends to protect your ♥♥♥
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Chukam
( 4.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 avril
The second instalment to the Nazi Zombie franchise. Quite an interesting game, and it is a challenge when playing on harder modes, especially alone. But it can get quite bland after some time, and sometimes you can get overrun by zombies. I would deeply recommend to play multiplayer, especally with friends, or if you can find servers. I got both Nazi Zombie games on a sale, and played with my friend, it was quite long to find other players, which is pretty bad. I managed to finish the game but I didn't feel satisfied enough. But the game is still good, and if you like the theme I think you will enjoy it.
Do I recommend it? Yes, for me I had the most fun on multiplayer with friends, but it's up to you how you will enjoy it.
How would I rate it? 8/10, there were some minor glitches and bugs, a bit slower multiplayer than I expected, but still a game I enjoyed playing.
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Lingyin, Huang \\
( 3.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 avril
Suprised with the game and in a good way.
Would suck to be a sniper in middle of army of zombies tho.
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Shinomiya
( 3.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 25 avril
As much as i loved the NZA series from first playing its remastered version of Zombie Army Trilogy (ZAT), i cannot endorse or recommend getting NZA2 as its very if not extremely unoptimized from the fact that the game is not capable of achieving even a decent rate of fps at the lowest graphical settings despite the specs of my PC surpassing the recommended system requirements.

A little information on the hardware i am running for this game :
i7-4720HQ CPU(2.6GHz), 8GB RAM, GeForce GTX 960M

Another issue that i have faced in my brief experience in the game would the buggy pathing of the zombie AIs where they would be stuck at certain locations such as trying to walk up a staircase because their pathing collides with a wall.
While this issue is nothing too game-breaking, it is very frustrating from my view as a player and game designer as it occurs very frequently and unnecessarily wastes time.

All in all, I'd recommend saving your cash to get ZAT instead if you're truly interested in this game.
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Chief Savage
( 0.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 avril
Empty Multiplayer
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รค๏ย๔
( 0.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 avril
I Love This Game
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TSkilleT_
( 4.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 avril
its good
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SoeurTherese.com
( 4.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 avril
Jeu fort sympatique
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OtterRep
( 0.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 16 avril
My Grandfather smoked his whole life. I was about 10 years old when my mother said to him, "If you ever want to see your grandchildren graduate, you have to stop immediately." Tears welled up in his eyes when he realized what exactly was at stake. He gave it up immediately. Three years later he died of lung cancer. It was really sad and destroyed me. My mother said to me- "Don't ever smoke. Please don't put your family through what your Grandfather put us through." I agreed. At 28, I have never touched a cigarette. I must say, I feel a very slight sense of regret for never having done it, because this game gave me cancer anyway.
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LittlE KiD
( 2.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 avril
kuay
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☯ SWAGNEMITE
( 27.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 avril
Shooting facist zombies and watching their bones shatter in slow motion is surprisingly therapeutic
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RADIATION
( 9.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 10 avril
Needs more gamplay
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DrPixel
( 19.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 10 avril
What would happen if, in an alternate timeline, the Nazis had a secret backup plan once they realized they were losing WWII: turn all the dead soldiers into zombies? Well, you'd get the basic plot of numerous video games and movies, I'd reckon. The Nazi Zombie Army subseries (which branched off from the Sniper Elite series of games) of games takes this basic plot idea and then gives you pretty much what you'd expect: an action-packed third-person shooter where you either work alone or with some friends to stop the Nazi zombie menace with the best tool at your disposal: a sniper rifle.

The Breakdown
So, what sets this game apart from other, similar titles? Well, I'd say the "bullet time" mechanic, where the camera briefly follows sniper rifle bullets as they whiz through zombies' faces.....but Sniper Elite V2 already has that. Hmm....well, it has co-op! Though....Nazi Zombie Army 1 had that too.... So, hmm. It's hard to discern what makes this game unique because, quite frankly, it isn't.

This game barely even differentiates itself from the first game in the series, and that's perhaps my biggest problem with it. I enjoyed Nazi Zombie Army 1 to an extent, so I was excited to try out the second one with a few friends. As we kept playing, I began to notice that this game was basically identical to the first game, with only a few minor differences. The "story" (if you can call it that) continues off from where the first game ended: 4 soldiers have just fought some zombies, and now they're trying to piece together some sort of relic thing to stop them.

So, NZA2 (as I'll be referring to it) has you moving through 5 bland-looking levels, shooting anything that moves, You have the option of bringing along some friends (which essentially breezes you through the game, even on the hardest difficulty setting, at a pace of about 2-4 hours per playthrough), or playing alone (which makes the game considerably harder - I beat NZA1 solo and it took 5-6 hours or so, and I'd imagine this game would be similar). Your opponents consist of generic-looking WWII soldier zombies, skeletons, explosive suicide zombies, "fire demons" (more on that), and "elite" zombies with machine guns that are pretty tough to kill. There's also zombies that summon more zombies and even sniper zombies (getting tired of the Z-word yet?).

Well, are there any new additions? No, not really! The only noteworthy difference from this game to the first NZA game is that there's now "fire demons", which are essentially zombies set on fire that then set more zombies on fire to charge at you, similar to the explosive suicide zombies. They don't pose much of a challenge, and nor do most of the other enemies. The only real challenge comes when the game sends multiple elite zombies at you during "sieges", which are moments when the game wants you to hunker down and fight in a small area against numerous zombies. These moments are initially fun, but as the game progresses they serve to simply waste your time and add unnecessary padding to an already dull experience (in my opinion, of course). In fact, I'd say that a lot of the game's problems boil down to it being initially fun, but not particularly exciting thereafter.

It's a shame really, as I somewhat enjoyed NZA1. I'm mainly just disappointed that Rebellion chose the safe route in making a sequel by changing pretty much nothing from the first game and simply continuing what already existed. It's a lazy sequel, and a painfully average one at that, too.

Oh, and it doesn't help when a sequel has the same final boss as the first game.

Pros
  • Initially engaging from a gameplay perspective. The first hour or so is pretty fun!
  • The bullet-time camera is always laughably silly and visceral to watch.
  • Graphics are what you'd expect from Rebellion: somewhat beautiful, though nothing incredible
  • Sound design is functional and fits with the enemies.
  • Tightly optimized (from my experience, at least) for great performance. The decent amount of options is quite nice too.
  • 4-player co-op (with a solo option as well)! Always a plus.
  • Collectables (bottles to shoot + gold to find) are well-hidden.
  • Steam achievements, trading cards, and a leaderboards/score system.

Cons
  • Lackluster, lazy cut-and-paste gameplay from NZA1. Expect very few new additions (one new enemy at best).
  • Visuals (especially the textures) often look muddy and not particularly polished.
  • Lack of variety in options, gameplay-wise. There's a few sniper rifles, 2 shotguns, some SMGs, a few pistols, and some explosives, yet they all feel the exact same as their counterparts.
  • Feels very "grindy" at times (especially with the plethora of unnecessary "sieges"). Some of the achievements ridiculously go beyond what is sane, too (one of them requires 5000 kills).
  • Music isn't particularly interesting.
  • More bugs and glitches than the first game, at least from my experience. My friends and I experienced multiple crashes and even a few game-breaking bugs (one of which involved the final boss not spawning four times in a row).
  • 5 levels, each at around 25-45 minutes long. This means that playing co-op, you'll probably blaze through the game in about 3-4 hours or so.
  • It's lacking in the horror department, if you're interested in that aspect of the game.

    Conclusion
    Sniper Elite is a fun, engaging series of third-person action games. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a fairly solid spinoff from that series. Yet, it's hard to say that the sequel to it does anything fresh or exciting. If you enjoyed the first game, you'll probably leave feeling at least a little disappointed, though you may still enjoy it. For those who didn't play the first game though, you may end up quite liking Nazi Zombie Army 2.

    Final Verdict: 5.5/10
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Posté le : 9 avril
10/10
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What would happen if, in an alternate timeline, the Nazis had a secret backup plan once they realized they were losing WWII: turn all the dead soldiers into zombies? Well, you'd get the basic plot of numerous video games and movies, I'd reckon. The Nazi Zombie Army subseries (which branched off from the Sniper Elite series of games) of games takes this basic plot idea and then gives you pretty much what you'd expect: an action-packed third-person shooter where you either work alone or with some friends to stop the Nazi zombie menace with the best tool at your disposal: a sniper rifle.

The Breakdown
So, what sets this game apart from other, similar titles? Well, I'd say the "bullet time" mechanic, where the camera briefly follows sniper rifle bullets as they whiz through zombies' faces.....but Sniper Elite V2 already has that. Hmm....well, it has co-op! Though....Nazi Zombie Army 1 had that too.... So, hmm. It's hard to discern what makes this game unique because, quite frankly, it isn't.

This game barely even differentiates itself from the first game in the series, and that's perhaps my biggest problem with it. I enjoyed Nazi Zombie Army 1 to an extent, so I was excited to try out the second one with a few friends. As we kept playing, I began to notice that this game was basically identical to the first game, with only a few minor differences. The "story" (if you can call it that) continues off from where the first game ended: 4 soldiers have just fought some zombies, and now they're trying to piece together some sort of relic thing to stop them.

So, NZA2 (as I'll be referring to it) has you moving through 5 bland-looking levels, shooting anything that moves, You have the option of bringing along some friends (which essentially breezes you through the game, even on the hardest difficulty setting, at a pace of about 2-4 hours per playthrough), or playing alone (which makes the game considerably harder - I beat NZA1 solo and it took 5-6 hours or so, and I'd imagine this game would be similar). Your opponents consist of generic-looking WWII soldier zombies, skeletons, explosive suicide zombies, "fire demons" (more on that), and "elite" zombies with machine guns that are pretty tough to kill. There's also zombies that summon more zombies and even sniper zombies (getting tired of the Z-word yet?).

Well, are there any new additions? No, not really! The only noteworthy difference from this game to the first NZA game is that there's now "fire demons", which are essentially zombies set on fire that then set more zombies on fire to charge at you, similar to the explosive suicide zombies. They don't pose much of a challenge, and nor do most of the other enemies. The only real challenge comes when the game sends multiple elite zombies at you during "sieges", which are moments when the game wants you to hunker down and fight in a small area against numerous zombies. These moments are initially fun, but as the game progresses they serve to simply waste your time and add unnecessary padding to an already dull experience (in my opinion, of course). In fact, I'd say that a lot of the game's problems boil down to it being initially fun, but not particularly exciting thereafter.

It's a shame really, as I somewhat enjoyed NZA1. I'm mainly just disappointed that Rebellion chose the safe route in making a sequel by changing pretty much nothing from the first game and simply continuing what already existed. It's a lazy sequel, and a painfully average one at that, too.

Oh, and it doesn't help when a sequel has the same final boss as the first game.

Pros
  • Initially engaging from a gameplay perspective. The first hour or so is pretty fun!
  • The bullet-time camera is always laughably silly and visceral to watch.
  • Graphics are what you'd expect from Rebellion: somewhat beautiful, though nothing incredible
  • Sound design is functional and fits with the enemies.
  • Tightly optimized (from my experience, at least) for great performance. The decent amount of options is quite nice too.
  • 4-player co-op (with a solo option as well)! Always a plus.
  • Collectables (bottles to shoot + gold to find) are well-hidden.
  • Steam achievements, trading cards, and a leaderboards/score system.

Cons
  • Lackluster, lazy cut-and-paste gameplay from NZA1. Expect very few new additions (one new enemy at best).
  • Visuals (especially the textures) often look muddy and not particularly polished.
  • Lack of variety in options, gameplay-wise. There's a few sniper rifles, 2 shotguns, some SMGs, a few pistols, and some explosives, yet they all feel the exact same as their counterparts.
  • Feels very "grindy" at times (especially with the plethora of unnecessary "sieges"). Some of the achievements ridiculously go beyond what is sane, too (one of them requires 5000 kills).
  • Music isn't particularly interesting.
  • More bugs and glitches than the first game, at least from my experience. My friends and I experienced multiple crashes and even a few game-breaking bugs (one of which involved the final boss not spawning four times in a row).
  • 5 levels, each at around 25-45 minutes long. This means that playing co-op, you'll probably blaze through the game in about 3-4 hours or so.
  • It's lacking in the horror department, if you're interested in that aspect of the game.

    Conclusion
    Sniper Elite is a fun, engaging series of third-person action games. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a fairly solid spinoff from that series. Yet, it's hard to say that the sequel to it does anything fresh or exciting. If you enjoyed the first game, you'll probably leave feeling at least a little disappointed, though you may still enjoy it. For those who didn't play the first game though, you may end up quite liking Nazi Zombie Army 2.

    Final Verdict: 5.5/10
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Posté le : 28 avril
Really great fun with very nice and atmospheric graphics. You should buy the trilogy instead of being a nub like me and buying only one. Get a friend to play with it too. Playing alone is kinda boring with this game. It's like a L4D2 but sniper eilte style.
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GG but hard af
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Posté le : 26 avril
The second instalment to the Nazi Zombie franchise. Quite an interesting game, and it is a challenge when playing on harder modes, especially alone. But it can get quite bland after some time, and sometimes you can get overrun by zombies. I would deeply recommend to play multiplayer, especally with friends, or if you can find servers. I got both Nazi Zombie games on a sale, and played with my friend, it was quite long to find other players, which is pretty bad. I managed to finish the game but I didn't feel satisfied enough. But the game is still good, and if you like the theme I think you will enjoy it.
Do I recommend it? Yes, for me I had the most fun on multiplayer with friends, but it's up to you how you will enjoy it.
How would I rate it? 8/10, there were some minor glitches and bugs, a bit slower multiplayer than I expected, but still a game I enjoyed playing.
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Posté le : 23 avril
I Love This Game
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Ez katka , make headshot
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Dans la continuité de la trilogie Nazi Zombie Army, ce deuxième volet reprend les protagonistes du premier épisode et les renvoie à Berlin afin de collecter des reliques essentielles à la survie de l'humanité. Pas de Hitler dans cet épisode, mais des nouveautés plutôt sympathiques.

Sniper Elite : Nazi Zombie Army 2 est donc un jeu en vue à la troisième personne prenant place dans l'Allemagne de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, où Hitler, voyant la défaite arriver a finalement décidé de lancer le plan Z. Sans surprise, ce plan consiste à libérer des forces démoniaques transformant les cadavres en zombies au service d'Adolf lui-même, devenu encore plus cruel que jamais. La particularité du jeu, c'est évidemment qu'il reprend les codes de la saga Sniper Elite, et vous bénéficierez des effets slow motion et des X-RAY à foison. On combat donc des zombies dans divers endroits de Berlin, tout en recherchant ces reliques.

La progression est linéaire et sans surprise, le gameplay consiste purement et simplement à avancer et abattre vos adversaires à longue distance, afin d'engranger de nombreux points et figurer dans les tops du classement. Vous pourrez bien sûr compter sur 3 de vos amis qui pourront vous accompagner dans votre aventure. Le jeu n'est en soit ni très dur ni très facile, avec une durée de vie correcte si on considère que l'on refera le jeu pour les succès.

Les nouveautés apportées sont bien sûr un univers différent : celui du 1 était sombre avec une dominance verdâtre / noirâtre, alors que celui-ci a une dominance rougeâtre / jaunâtre. En plus des ennemis déjà vus, on retrouve les Invocateurs, qui feront apparaître des hordes d'ennemis et ne pourront être abattus que d'une balle dans la tête ; à leur côté les Démons de feu, qui eux-aussi feront apparaître des ennemis et ne pourront être tués que durant leur période de faiblesse.

Un jeu dans la continuité du premier épisode qui laisse présager une suite à l'aventure.

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Posté le : 2 avril
Très bon jeu. J'adore.
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Posté le : 15 mars
super, cool si vous aimez bien le mode zombie dans call of, vous allez aimer
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Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 is a direct sequel to NZA which was a spinoff of Sniper Elite V2. So direct that it's pretty much same gameplay but on different levels. Came out at the end of 2013, after Rebellion suddenly found out that NZA was a hit. Shoot more zombies from the third person view shooter!

Multiplayer community is kinda there. Most likely you will find no games when you launch coop, which would start your own lobby. And then, only a few minutes later it will fill in fully. So yea, wacky like that.

And eh, what can I say. It's not much compared to the first one. Setting got changed to be more of hellish-otherwordly thing of yellow color. It has a bit more of spooky moments, while not spamming demonic things as much as the first game.
Shame about music though. It seemed to be more down the earth, not as much of synth rave personallity here.

Not many additions to the game. There are turrets that are pretty good, unless you are doing solo. And yey, new sub-bosses, one looking like a demon from the thumbnail of NZA1.

It's a bit less polished in a sense that I sometimes would see zombie getting stuck in geometry. Heck, on the 5th level after killing all zombies during siege I decided that something glitched and I got stuck only to find out after the second replay that there were sniper zombies in faraway towers, who spawned yet were looking at different direction, thus not noticing me and thus not giving themselves away with attacks.

It's still not nicely paced for a single player either. There are actually few sieges that are literal hell to do in solo, since they are nothing more then almost straight line of space so you can't run around elites. You have to just outdamage them first. Because of it difficulty jumps around in solo play, very uneven.

On other hand, coop is certanly better. There are more of interesting situations. There are no sieges that are way too dragged out. And there are less of filler moments with just normal zombies.

But meh, it's more of same thing, just with a bit more elements and different levels. Probably better than NZA1. But it's more of a part of a bundle.
P.S. P.S. It has different balance from ZAT. In ZAT kicks are much stronger, non-rifles are weaker, skeletons die from one kick. Turrets are weaker too.
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now im just waiting for sniper elite: isis zombie army
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This game is not worth $15, theres just not enough content. The story sucks and im pretty sure theres only 5 missions in the game (I forgot because the story was so garbage). You only do 2 things in the game which are: Running to the checkpoint while fighting zombies or surviving a horde of them. Also if you're planning on playing this game by yourself your're planning on commiting suicide. Theres really no point of playing this game w/out friends. The gameplay is okay, nothing too special and the slow-mo can get annoying sometimes.

I do not recommend this game but if you really do want it, get it at a very low price and i mean LOW price, like for 2 or 3 dollars.
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1. Run about like headless chickens
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4. Run up to the zombie to loot it
5. ♥♥♥♥ yourself as it begins to rise
6. Shoot it in the head
7. Have a sigh of relief
8. Loot it
9. ♥♥♥♥ yourself as another zombie smacks you with a torch from behind
10. Repeat.
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