Fight for your life in the INDIE SCI-FI FPS game fit for both casual and hard-core gamers with a passion for hunting down hordes of zombies. Prepare yourselves for the incoming nightmare!
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Release Date: Dec 17, 2014

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February 1

News from the co-op front

Hello community! We've got you a look at a co-op battle in Dead Effect 2 from a different angle - this time, it features the sword master Kay and his mad katana skillz. With Dead Effect 2 co-op, you'll be able to slice and dice your enemies in tandem - even in a threesome, if you want to! (The co-op will be playable by up to 3 players.)

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January 22

DEAD EFFECT 2 - First preview




Attention PC gamers, please! As promised, we would like to give you a sneak peek into what we're cooking now - the PC version of Dead Effect 2 with a cooperative multiplayer mode. We know that this particular feature is a hot topic in lots of discussions about Dead Effect 2, so we took the screenshots from a multiplayer battle. Wanna see Davis in action? Ta-daaa!

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About This Game

Fight for your life in the INDIE SCI-FI FPS game fit for both casual and hard-core gamers with a passion for hunting down hordes of zombies. Prepare yourselves for the incoming nightmare!

The ESS Meridian starship is travelling through space with a new FTL technology, heading towards its destination - Tau Ceti f, the first planet in the history of mankind to be colonized. A few months later an elite member of Unit 13 is disrupted from cryogenic sleep. But Tau Ceti f is nowhere in sight and something is very wrong. What happened to all those people? Why are they so aggressive and attack without any survival instincts?

Key features:
- Epic single player campaign with over 5 hours of gameplay and a story that will draw you in.
- 12 story campaign missions with gameplay that differs from the mobile version, haing more rooms open to explore
- Survive and Biohazard modes with many missions
- A unique set of achievements
- Special ability – Bullet Time (slow motion) ability of the player
- Special ability – Devastation (area of effect) ability of the player
- 14 unique upgradable weapons
- Many different types of enemies
- Explosives with post-process effects (grenades, trip-mines)
- Full Dead Effect soundrack

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: WindowsXP (Service Pack 3)
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800 GTX | Radeon HD 4770
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Install size will gradually increase with future updates.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 460 | Radeon HD 5850
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: Install size will gradually increase with future updates.
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 9800M GTS | Radeon HD 6770M
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Install size will gradually increase with future updates.
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.9
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT 650M or 750M (strongly recommended)
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Install size will gradually increase with future updates.
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jay.challie
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
I would give this a 50/100 but cannot it is a okay game but the graphics arent that good and and the voice acting is terrible still it is fun
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Acubens
( 6.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Don't mind the haters... GAMEPLAY is FUN!

+ Basic FPS against HORDES of Doom3-alike Zombies!
+ Everything is credit based. You die, ressurect at the cost of credits. You buy weapons and upgrades with credits.
+You can carry two weapons: One Pistol, One Rifle/Shotgun plus grenades.
+ Lots of weapons to choose
+ It is possible to replay-grind levels for credits.
~ Not very polished, seems like a B-Movie some times (heads blowing up!)
- Grenade-throwing zombies ONE-HIT-KILL you!
- Melee attack is quirky/absent

Go for it, it is worthy :3 Definitely gonna guy DE 2 sometime!
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Evil Panda
( 4.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
This was an interesting game but its not very well polished, the game feels slow and lacks a thrilling storyline. it is quite predictable and doesnt offer very much variety in enemies. Campaign takes roughly 2 hours to complete so im glad i got this in a bundle so it was worth its money for me atleast. While the game wasnt buggy i did notice a couple things that could of used some improvements espically when it came to collecting the data pads placed around the map and lack of jump made evading the zombies less exciting. If this game had of been coop it might of been alot more fun but playing alone on a game that seemed a little similar in map and general game design to dead space a game i actually really love was just disappointing since dead space, a game made way before this was done a million times better. This game has no suspense, no scares its just you walking into a room seeing a bunch of zombies, you kill the zombies you move into another room press a button, repeat. while not a truely horrible game, it did have its moments where i kinda enjoyed it but overall would i recommend this game? No I wouldnt.
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DeViLzzz
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
I fun sci-fi game that has a wonderful atmosphere to it. The sound effects, the graphics, the enemies movements all make for a spooky, scary good time. The control scheme for the game is simple. As for getting around in the game well with no map it is made more difficult but in not having one it adds something different than other games. You have to use your memory and not all games ask you to do that but also by not having a map it makes you wander around aimlessly at times and get yourself into a panic which is something that works for this type of game. Anyway I definitely recommend this and at it's current price of $5.49 or if you can get it for less it surely is worth it.
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Lagis granato
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
The game is a pile of rotten garbage, but this is still too good what thegame truly is. This "thing" should not be considered as a video game at all. As I know it's a mobile game originally. Firstly, why would anyone want to play mobile games, especially on PC. Secondly, okay it's a mobile port but the controls are friggin trash. And seriously, was it really necesarry to keep the god damn pause button at the left upper corner? You cannot even do ♥♥♥♥ with it.
The game is unbelievably easy, even on the hardest. The zombies are very slow, if you atleast played 1 single FPS game in your whole worthless life and you would play this, you can simply headshot every little thingy.
Now the spook-o-factor.
It claims to be horror. Horror elements are only the very poorly made head dismemberment (they just disappear) and someone put glowing ketchup on the ground. Wow, very scary. The game is dark as hell on very little areas, but atleast this would be spooky that you would be afraid something in the darkness will attack you. But no! God damn zombies are glowing like hell, even a blind person would see it so you always know if there is something.
If this would be a potato, this would be a rotten potato, with ♥♥♥♥ on the top what 20 cows ♥♥♥♥ there.
Worse than Ride to Hell Retribution, even tho that is ultra bad but atleast funny.
-1/10 worst game of my life.
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BiSkUt
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 20
not a good game, got a bug at level 2 where my screen cannot see anything like freeze something and cannot play at all
not recommended dont buy waste your money
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wyattwright92084
( 18.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 19
very fun game. has its problems but overall enjoyable to play. simple and to the point. no multiplayer is its main problem. glad i purchased Dead Effect
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Shawn | Officialshawn.nl
( 11.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
This game is horrible.
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Zoppity
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
Really just a boring mobile-type shooter game. Can't bring myself to recommend it.
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Trickster
( 4.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
The game is alittle bit slow, can be frustrating at times for that particular reason but the atmosphere and the direction of the game is awesome. The atmosphere feels like Doom 3 and dead space, not nearly good as them but an interesting concept. I don't plan on playing this game again but I have no regret in getting it for the right price to appreciate what it had to offer. They made a sequel of this game because it had potential and people seem to enjoyed this one.

pro:
-nice atmosphere setting
-shooting zombies
-variety of weapons to choose from and upgrade
-two unique abilities

================================================> For a $1 game

Con:
-no replay value
-Too easy
-slow pacing of the game
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 23
I fun sci-fi game that has a wonderful atmosphere to it. The sound effects, the graphics, the enemies movements all make for a spooky, scary good time. The control scheme for the game is simple. As for getting around in the game well with no map it is made more difficult but in not having one it adds something different than other games. You have to use your memory and not all games ask you to do that but also by not having a map it makes you wander around aimlessly at times and get yourself into a panic which is something that works for this type of game. Anyway I definitely recommend this and at it's current price of $5.49 or if you can get it for less it surely is worth it.
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384 of 408 people (94%) found this review helpful
53 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 20, 2015
Really, really enjoyed this. Perfect? Nope. Inspired? Probably not. Hectic spraying and praying while walking backwards alot? Yup. A serviceable story with generally bearable acting? Sure, why not. Believable, claustrophobic environments with a tense atmosphere around every other corner? Absolutely.

I'm 50 years old. In other words, I'm way, way ancient. As I approach having played through the campaigns of about four dozen sci-fi/horror/shooter/stealth games stretching back decades--some of the AAA variety and others that less than 15 people in the west even know about (Kreed, anyone?)--I am slowly learning that all interactive entertainment exists in context. Anyone grousing about this game probably has no idea what a truly bad game is. Dear complainers: While it may appear to have the proper trappings (and do a lot of borrowing), Dead Effect ain't Dead Space (or Doom for that matter). But to our benefit, it also isn't Run Like Hell or Alien: Colonial Marines. This game exists as a competent, complete (as in finished), challenging, bloody, entertaining, intentionally goofy (at times), highly derivative, technically stable title with generally wider-than-average blood spray patterns. I mean, what else do you want in an indie?

Enter Dead Effect's playground with the proper context, and it will easily rise to meet your middling expectations. (And I mean that in the best, brain-splattery way possible. Reload.)
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455 of 515 people (88%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 15, 2014
Dead Space & Mass Effect had a baby called Dead Effect, then Dead Effect got mixed up with Doom 3 then had a party at Killing Floor.
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414 of 514 people (81%) found this review helpful
32 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2014
Pros;
-Cheap
-Zombies
-Guns
-Blood
-Space
-Shiny Lights
-Trading cards
-Easy achievements

Cons;
-Clunky enemies
-Clunky player movement/animations
-An unlock system that takes forever to buy anything
-Having to pay in game coin to respawn
-No challenge on medium difficulty
-Very few enemy types
-Bullet time is a trainwreck
-Terrible sound design. The shot sound doesn't even line up properly with the basic assault rifle.
-Grenade throwing zombies that will ruin your day
-Story that attempts to be funny/cheesy but imo fails at achieving it's goal
-Short campaign that took me 3.5 hours to beat on normal/medium
-Boss fight at the end was anti-climatic, easy and probably the worst moment of an overall very bad game.
-Two other game modes "Survival" and "Biohazard" are short, uninspired and suffer from all the same issues as the campaign.
-Poor optimization
-Poor controller support
-Bad soundtrack with music that often seems out of place in a zombie/horror shooter.


This game feels like a Pay-to-Progress cell phone game without the option to buy credits is the best way I can explain it. I'm a big zombie/horror fan so I figured I'd toss down the few bucks for what seemed to be at first glance an unpolished and unfinished dimestore shooter. My expectations were met with one of the sloppiest games I have crawled through in awhile. Poor gameplay, poor presentation and a very annoying respawn/unlock system make Dead Effect have a deadening effect on players.


*edited for spelling*
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293 of 389 people (75%) found this review helpful
40 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2015
Faulty's scorecard :-

1) Essential purchase
2) Recommended purchase
3) Recommended purchase during a sale
4) Not recommended unless heavily discounted
5) Not even recommended for Steam game collectors

Snooze Effect

They say innovation in games is dead. While I may beg to differ in some regard after playing this indie sci-fi horror first person shooter from Badfly Interactive (originally a mobile title released for both IoS and Android) set aboard a derelict space ship in the deep, dark outer reaches of space featuring Zombies - our favorite go to guys when the plains of first person shooting and horror decide to meet - then yes I am inclined to believe so. Dead Effect might be a novel item to a person that has a) never played a first person shooter or b) never played a first person shooter set in space or c) never played a first person shooter set in space featuring zombies. Judging by the positive reception the game received on mobile I am inclined to believe that there is a deep, dark and cavernous chasm that exists between mobile gamers and console/pc gamers with very little cross over.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=545417649
As a PC gamer Dead Effects premise will feel immediately familiar to anyone who has played DOOM or Dead Space (two infinitely better titles to invest you money in if you are a PC gamer). Granted both the above mentioned titles probably had about 3000 X the budget of Dead Effect but still if you are looking for an on-the-rails sci-fi-horror-shooter then you are best simply going with the above mentioned and giving this one a complete wide berth because in Dead Effect's opinion imitation isn't even the best form of flattery. It's just a dull, linear, garbage piece of corridor shooting that happens to be set in space featuring zombies. After reaching the third level in this tedious and laborious title I was asking myself "what the ♥♥♥♥ are you doing with your life?"

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=545678926
Generic as ♥♥♥♥ and lukewarm as ♥♥♥♥, level design is repetitive with every single space/zombie trope being flung at the wall to see what sticks. The story (if you can call its cliches a story) sees your character who just happens to be a member of some elite unit awake from cryogenic sleep to find out that - oh the horror! - something terrible has take place aboard the ship he or she (you do at least get the chance to choose the sex) has been travelling on. Que much running around said spaceship (if you can call it running since it feels like you have moon boots strapped to your feet) shooting first, asking questions later. It also appears that your character must suffer from some upper respiratory disease because you can't run five feet before being totally out of breath (so much for being a member of an elite unit) which brings the game to a grinding halt as you shuffle about slower than a zombie missing his very own legs in order to regain your stamina back so you can at least move properly once again. To add insult to injury the game features no checkpoint system so should you end up dying five seconds from completing the level then I am afraid its all the way back to the beginning of the level for you. Yes this is the kind of game you will have to grind, grind, grind, grind and grind some more just to move forward. Not fun in my opinion.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=545416430
At least if you are going for some sort of imitation then please try and make an effort. There is a certain pedigree when it comes to this genre after all. If you really are a sucker for all things pew-pew featuring long space corridors and the shuffling dead and you haven't had your fill yet then this generic piece of doody might just do it for you. Everyone else avoid.

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Not Recommended
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2014
This is precisely how to *NOT* make a game about killing zombies on a spaceship.

Never mind plot; even if the plot for this yarn was excellent (which it is not) I could not recommend it, because the gameplay is just plain awful.

Enter room. Trigger zombies. Shoot zombie heads until they're dead, or you're dead. This sounded great, in a Painkiller-esque sort of way... until I actually played it.

There is hardly any mobility, because the fights are almost always inside very short corridors or other zones and your character cannot jump over stuff that an 80-year-old grandmother with the flu could. Yes, that's right, kids, it is 2014, and somebody thought a FPS WITHOUT JUMPING OR ANY REAL USE OF THE THIRD DIMENSION WAS GOOD GAME DESIGN.

This is not even Quake; this is Doom, badly done, with modern-ish graphics. It's not as fun as Doom, though.

Then let's talk about the guns and approach to game-balance. Guns go bang. Zombies get tougher. Upgrade guns every level, so that guns still hurt zombies.

The magical upgrade system for guns between levels (because, gosh, pacing weapons availability throughout the story would take actual game-design skill) is lame and makes this feel like a title that was originally intending to be F2P, but failed to find an investor. Especially the "gold" bit- that's a classic bit of F2P design (gold would normally cost Real Money, kids) but It is absolutely atrocious game design to need multiple resources in a SP campaign. Seriously- if you don't want players to have gun X until Y point... don't give the players gun X. Not real complicated.

But, to add insult to injury, the gun choices are perversely bad- not "so bad it's good", or "bad because it's part of a purposeful attempt to talk about an Idea" but bad out of sheer lazy programming and poor attention to detail.

Pistols might vary hugely in total DPS delievered per bullet fired... but the two pistols I've found thus far? They have exactly as many starting bullets. So, hmm, which one am I going to pick? The one that will do 4000% damage for all shots fired, or the one that does 3000%?

Seriously? Whoever designed this couldn't be bothered to get balance even roughly done, or differentiate weapons correctly?

The list of these kinds of good-god-why mistakes is terribly long.

How about a UI where it took many random button presses to figure out how to merely switch guns before a mission? How about the game awarding upgrades to weapons I didn't even have equipped?
How about having a "grenade" button that, instead of instantly throwing a grenade, does the same thing as pressing the Select Grenade key?
How about a plot so lame and incoherently written that I could care less?
How about playing a female character, and hearing male breathing the first time I used the Sprint feature?
How about "crouching" so low you'd have to crawl IRL?
How about the transition from standing to crouching having absolutely zero purpose in the game at all? No accuracy boost, no stealthiness, nothin'- it's just a gimpy way to move around.

Lastly... the graphics are really sub-par. Each element is OK, in a boring, done-that-been-there fake-looking High Tech kind of way. The zombies aren't terrible or exciting, although they really don't make any sense at all- I'm on some high-tech spacecraft, there are no trees... so, uh, where did all those chainsaws come from???

That said, the environments and level designs are very lousy. They aren't invested with any emotional involvement and the vast majority of the locations look exactly the same; until I got to the D-Tox room, I was pretty much just staring at the same bland sci-fi-ish corridors over and over, with heavy use of colored lighting instead of genuine attempts to create interesting spaces.

Anyhow... if the gameplay wasn't terrible, I could have let the lousy use of art assets go; this wasn't a AAA title and I was expecting gameplay, not graphics, to be the show. But for the record, it's not done well; the art assets are just fine, but the level designs are terrible and there is never a sense of Place about the vast majority of the ship, which makes the fact that gameplay consists mainly of doing the same encounters with the same zombie hordes, over and over again, that much more boring.

Could this game be fixed? Somewhat. Issues with the UI, the concepts of balance for the weapons, etc., could be addressed. The major issues are with the level designs, not allowing jumping in general, and the lousy plot; these things aren't so easily addressed. Anyhow, I hope that the developers read this and, should they get the opportunity to ever make another game, take this critique very seriously- I do not mind if your levels aren't AAA-looking in screenshots, but you'd darn well better build a game that's actually fun, if you want to avoid a diatribe like this one from Steam raters and reviewers alike.
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70 of 84 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 15, 2014
I'm playing it right now and I've gotta say, it seems solid. Most ports-to-PC often fall short but this one...it looks pretty good, the handling is pretty good and I love the idea behind it.
It's not horror in the sense of you ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ bricks in your undies, more like a survival horror. It's not over-loaded me with ammo and I genuinely feel like every bullet counts [there was a point where i missed a single shot and took a lot of damage for it]

I'd say it's already worth getting. Especially for the price. Imagine Dead Space meets DOOM 3 and you might have a mild idea of what the game is.
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Not Recommended
6.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 9, 2015
Not a bad game. Not a great game. But those grenades throwing zombies (really!) are way too irritating. They will kill you in one direct shot, and sometimes you cannot even see them coming because either 1. they are in a dark and narrow corridor, 2. you open a door and they are right there or 3. you take an elevator, end up to destination to simply get a grenade thrown at you.

Then, you get a choice. 1. reload since the beginning. 2. Spend money on resurrecting. Given how expensive are upgrades and/or new guns, the 5th time I got killed by a grenade zombie that I could not see coming, I decided to give up on the game. Unfortunate, because I was enjoying it otherwise. But getting killed in one shot like that... nope... too frustrating. Would that not be there, I would definitely recommend the game.
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66 of 83 people (80%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 1, 2015
This is a zombie killing game. No more, no less. Use miniguns, crossbows, machine guns, pistols, etc and kill lots of zombies. Playing this and expecting anything else would be like playing Tetris and complaining because all you do is stack blocks all the time.

Voice acting is horrible, visuals are average, story mode is a bore, but the challenge mode is enjoyable for a bit and the price for this one is just right, even better if its on sale. Not a masterpiece at any stretch but this one achieves what it sets out to do which is just to let you, wait for it -- kill zombies.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcL2cgcMN_U
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Not Recommended
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 23, 2015
So, what makes a game a great game?

Unless you're the first to create something never-seen-before with an earth-shattering-gameplay, you're living with a legacy. Your best option then is to live up with player's expectations of the genre, plus surprise them with one truly good and well executed idea to deliver a great experience.

In Dead Effect, you are shooting zombies in a spacecraft. That's it. Many titles comes to mind like Doom, Dead Space and such. And for a reason. It seems that most of these games tropes has been collaged in this game, but with no to little inspiration. The level design is repetitive, the zombies aren't that exciting, and the storyline has a smell of deja-vu.

But let's say Dead Effect uses these fairly known genre elements to lay a great core mechanic on top of it? If only.

First, your character moves a little too slowly (it glides actually since there is no footstep sounds), and can run just a few meters since he's apparently an heavy smoker. He also cannot jump so I suspect he or she's overweight too.

Your character can carry two weapons, that are predefined for most of the story campaign : pistol + rifle or revolver + shotgun. But since all the weapons are suboptimal at first, and have a atrociously long reload time, you die often - or walk back all the corridors just to be safe.

To make things worse, Dead Effect does not feature a save game or checkpoint system, forcing you to restart the whole mission even if you die a couple of seconds before the end. You're in to grind your way to the next level, and it really feels like a chore.

If you want a better weapon, don't try to pick one, you'll have to upgrade yours or buy one during the intermission - explaining why you are collecting money while trying to escape.

And here is the fatal flaw of the game. In my opinion, either :
- you design and balance each weapon to provide player with variety, uniqueness and consistency (like Doom, Half Life, Fear, etc);
- you can buy upgrades or upgraded version of your weapons in a marketplace (like Borderlands, Bioshock) to add the thrill of finding a badass one - at least for a couple of hours;
- you can upgrade your weapons & gear using "spare parts" found in the world (like Dead Space, Shadowgrounds Survivor) to add the thrill of making tough choices.
But I personnaly find using a "pay as you go to upgrade your gear" too artificial and really non-immersive, especially when you're supposed to be alone, cut from civilization.

I know that Dead Effect is a port from a iOS game, and uses micro-payements. But that's not an excuse for bad or inadequate game design. For the PC version you pay upfront, so, in way, you're supposed to see none of the monetization elements.

So, if you really like to shoot zombies, endless corridors and flat storyline, you can give this game a shot. A piece of advice : upgrade only your best weapon and be cautious of the grenadier zombies.
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