This game is one of those rare instances where you can tell the developer didn't quite understand(or care) about the engine. You don't have to play for more than five minutes to see that the physics of this game were probably moddled from a racing game of some kind. All characters "drift" instead of making proper turns, enabling you to get some cheeky circle moves in, completely defeating the AI, which seems to be the "run diectly at the player" variety... which is fine for a zombie game.
-This is a Zombie Shooter, and is fun in small bursts.
-Once you adapt, the controll is very good.
-It dosen't look that bad on lower settings, and runs fine on my toaster of a computer.
-Enviroments are very well crafted, and some simple but nice puzzles
-Seemingly little variety in enemies.
-Game flips back and forth from mind-nummingly linear to "where the heck do I go now".
-Small, repetitive selection of sound effects.
-Some sound effects are played in ambiance, and then used to trigger doors and such.
-Devoid of story,
I love zombie games, but I wouldn't recommend this one. For a quick multiplayer it seems good, but as a singleplayer experience it's not, and that's my drawing point. If you're looking for a story, pass this one by.