Zombies Monsters Robots is the ultimate shooter playground, delivering more game modes, maps, and enemies than you can pull a trigger at.
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Release Date: Sep 19, 2014

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“Ridiculous, cheesy, and so much fun.”

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Free Update: Boss Rush

This update introduces the brand-new “Boss Rush” mode, which pits 5-player teams against a gauntlet of ZMR’s toughest bosses, two new Story Mode missions, including a special limited-time Halloween mission with spooky rewards, a new drone, Apex weapon modifications for your epic weapons, and more!

Check out the patch notes for the update here.

About This Game

Zombies Monsters Robots (ZMR) is the ultimate shooter playground, delivering more game modes, maps, and enemies than you can pull a trigger at. Take on an endless variety of freakish enemies in co-op campaigns and wave-based survival modes or go head-to-head against players in classic and unique PvP matches.

Play through a wide variety of maps delivering intense co-op gameplay in teams of up to eight players:

  • Assault–Stake out a position and make strategic use of cover as you take on waves of increasingly difficult soldiers and robots.

  • Kill Every Thing–Zombies and monsters flood the area, and it’s your job to kill every thing! Board up doors and windows to slow their progress, and take 'em out to collect points. Spend points on ammo, weapon chests, and environmental traps found across the map. Make it to the final wave on harder difficulties to encounter an epic boss fight!

  • Operations–Plow through mini-campaigns spanning a variety of locales including a centipede-infested underground mine, a trap-filled Egyptian crypt, a rogue nuclear submarine, and more!

  • Threshold Defense–In this twist on tower defense, up to five players team up to prevent oncoming enemies from escaping through a portal on the map. Kill enemies to earn points to spend on activating traps, using teleporters, and mounting turrets. You can even unlock a mobile mech suit!

See how you stack up against other players in a variety of PvP modes:

  • Mercs vs. Monsters–Become the monster in this freaky competitive mode! Choose your class and get kills to unlock increasingly deadly tiers of playable mercs and monsters, each with their own unique abilities and play-style. Play as a zombie dog, a stealthy witch, a hulking mech, or even a demonic emperor. Mercs vs. Monsters features more than 20 playable classes!

  • Classic PvP–Face off with up to 16 players in classic competitive modes like Team Deathmatch, Elimination, Demolition, and King of the Hill.

  • Ranked Ladders–Take part in season-based ranked ladder matches to win rare in-game prizes!

  • Corporations (Clans)–Create or join a corporation and work together to climb the ranks of the corporation leaderboard.

Win, buy, or earn a deadly collection of weapons, mods, and costumes to keep you kicking ass and looking good while doing it:

  • Rank up your character to unlock new weapons, tech (perks), and gun mods.

  • Earn in-game gold by completing missions to buy new weapons and cosmetic gear in the store.

  • Unlock special weapons and gear in the Shooting Gallery using bullets earned from completing co-op matches. The more you play, the more you win! Unlock all weapons for free in the Shooting Gallery.

Regular content updates add new game modes, maps, and gear to ensure there's always something new to kill in ZMR!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: Pentium 4 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT (Shader Model 3.0)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, i7, or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT, GT240, AMD Radeon 4800 or HD5600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
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355 of 423 people (84%) found this review helpful
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Not Recommended
121.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 15, 2014
Ok, I think I've played this game long enough to warrant a fair review for it, and before I rip it to shreds I will first talk about the upsides to it:
First off the game is Hella fun, the only F2P TPS that's not only similar to gears, but does it well enough that it doesn't feel like a cheap rip off. Despite it being a very early version of the more updated chinese version, it still has enough modes to keep you comin back to at least complete the daily missions, everything you remember about Gears of War is here and you'll feel right at home if you're a fan. Sadly this game has several downsides that really make it difficult for me to recommend it to anyone, and we'll start with:

1) the revive system - although it's a minor gripe, I still hate the fact that even if you're in the middle of reviving someone or getting revived, if they arrive just a tad too late then you will die because the bleedout timer does not stop as you are reviving someone/being revived, and because of the high numbers of enemies on screen in this game, you WILL die a lot, luckily this is counter balanced with how many lives you can earn a day, which brings me to my next point...

2) the weapon unlock system - (the word system is censored in this game for some unknown reason btw...), sadly this one's a big minus for me, this game has a rental system which I really despise in games, and the only reason I gave it a chance was because you can pick up weapons in the field and try out new guns that way, however it's honestly not enough to save it, and this is why... there is a total of 21 Basic weapons you can unlock permanently for free with in game currency at the moment (they may or may not have added more gold coin guns to unlock as of this), and like 3/4s of the rest of the arsenal can only be unlocked with EMP (premium currency) or by gambling your life away with bullets (Silver for common and uncommon items, Gold for uncommon and rare, and Platinum for Unique and legendary items...), sadly like any RNG based game, it's set to give you the least chance possible to get stuff for free and 75% of the time you either get lives or temporary equipment (which blows), this honestly kills any sense of achievement and is only there as an excuse to say that this game is fair because it gives everyone equal chance to obtain stuff for free, but let's face it, the RNG is ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t~!!! There seriously needs to be better free to unlock guns like in Planetside 2 or Blacklight Retribution, to at least make the player feel more rewarded for working for perm guns instead of gambling away in hopes that with some Dumb Luck he can get the stuff he wanted to get for 10,000 years... This next point saddens me the most...

3) the game heavily caters to whales and compulsive gamblers - though this game isn't very Pay 2 Win, I can definetly say with confidence that it's heavily Pay 2 Advantage which isn't much different really if you think about it. With over 60% of the arsenal locked behind pay walls and RNG walls, anyone who wishes to have a remotely good arsenal to grind in PvE is heavily encouraged to either open loot crates, buy EMP guns (and half of them are unreasonably priced, I mean 20 bucks for a P90... HOLY ♥♥♥♥ MAN~!!!) or buy premium turrets which make such a major difference in Nightmare mode (don't let anyone fool you, I've run several nightmare missions on BDH and I've had a far FAR easier time when 1/2 my team is stalked up on gatty, flame and shield turrets...), because of the lack of proper guns that free players are capable of getting, this makes it such a chore to obtain reasonable enough gear to grind harder difficulties with. Also, when I say this game caters to whales and compulsive gamblers, is because, as I said, with the unreasonably priced weapons and gear (and having to spend 10 bucks at a time to open 4 loot crates, just 4 RNG BS LOOT CRATES), 20 bucks in this game doesn't get you ♥♥♥♥! So unless you plan on spending $100s-$1000s of dollars on this game to reveal lots o' targets n' loot crates and obtain soo many advantages over every other free player, just do yourself a favor and look for a more reasonable F2P game like Warframe, Firefall or Airmech... As I've said before, don't let anyone fool you that the bullet system is perfectly fair and that they used their first plat bullet in the first 10 hours of playing the game and got a perm Neutrino Rifle or Arc Cannon for free, as Dumb ♥♥♥ Luck doesn't happen to everyone, and it may take you 1000s of tries before you obtain what you want...

4)Lag, Lag everywhere... - This point is mostly for PvP as PvE doesn't suffer as much from lag as PvP does, and this is mostly because more than HALF the population consists of Brazilians. I have nothing personally against them, I love hispanic people, I am one... but I really REALLY hate Brazilian latency as the ping just... causes sooo much lag, between the warping and the Lag Armor(it could also be poor server optimization as well), it's just Unbearable to play PvP. One reason people avoid it like the plague is this, the other is...

5) no anti cheat system in place = Hackers, Hackers, HACKERS~!!! - This is especially true in PvP, there are 1000s of videos showcasing snappy aimbotters in this game, they have a HUGE advantage with aimbots in this game because of how high bullet magnetism is, you can literally headshot people with a sniper from 1/2 way a cross the screen without even scoping in, the Bullet magnetism is so high that I can play with a controller and do good, so imagine how many kills an aim botter could get, and sadly PvP is full of them, I've even had a couple of run downs with em, and the countermeasures to eliminate the botters at the moment is completely sub-optimal (to those who play the game, I just made a pun there...). The worst part is, like every other korean/chinese MMO released in NA out there, the american publisher acknowledges there are hackers, yet they do nothing about it, which sucks...

6) a few missions have extremely cheap enemies - As I've said, this game is hard and you WILL die a lot, but most of the deaths will feel like they were cheap and not your fault with some enemies, espeically when a bunch of exploding zombies or nade spamming zombies spawn right next to you, it will feel like playing in the arcades again with enemies that would kill you in 1-2 hits just to incentivize you to feed the machine more quarters, worst of all is the starter weapons are complete ♥♥♥♥ in PvE, so unless you have the proper anti weapon (ZK, Assault, Thresher) you will get your ♥♥♥ handed to you a LOT...

7) Horrendous spawn System- Holy ♥♥♥♥ this one is just really really bad here, the game for both PvP and PvE has preset spawns, and sadly in team based PvP this heavily promotes spawn camp rope which does happen a lot, especially in MvM and TDM, in PvE it's even worse for a lot of the zombie maps, imagine spawning right smack in the middle of 20 zombies with nowhere to run because you're stuck, BOOM, dead in 5 seconds because there was literally nothing you could do! For the most part this game doesn't have a Safe Spot spawning system or ongoing map rotation spawn which is total BS... and honestly a few seconds of spawning invincibility do nothing to fix this issue...

All in all this game is good fun for a few minutes despite being as generic as it gets, but the downsides along with it's heavily incentive on paying ♥♥♥♥ loads of money just to obtain things quicker, the lack of free to unlock (not RNG earn) weapons, and overall fairness just makes it impossible for me to recommend this game to anyone yet, If you can find a better and more Fair F2P game then just stick to that and avoid this one for now...

TL;DR version:

Game is good fun but pretty much sucks at everything else, caters too much to heavy spenders, has too many flaws in the mechanics especially the spawning, Lag and PvP hackers...
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98 of 107 people (92%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
738.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 17, 2015
ZMR is a Third Person Shooter built of the same engine that Gears of War Judgement uses. It's actually developed by the same Chinese company, YingPei. It borrows the same chest-high cover mechanics and over the top melee executions but adds a lot more variety of PvE modes that run from classic Horde-mode maps to maps that pit you against gigantic T-Rexes with rocket launchers on their backs.

The game recently underwent a massive overhaul that rewards new players way more than the old system did. Where the harder maps were difficult to get into without spending money to accelerate your progression or being lucky at RNG, now the level rewards provide you with all the basic gear you need to get started on Nightmare content. Drones have been added to the game and allow you to customize and level them up to get them new abilities.

Bullet galleries have been overhauled again and thankfully all the temporary guns besides Epic weapons have been removed from the game completely. Buying VIP access for yourself gives you a chance to try out high-teir weapons for free and the selection changes every two weeks. There are lots of ways for free-to-play players to get access to the best weapons without having to do much more than invest some time into grinding, just like every other game on the market.

The PvP in this game has a pretty high skill cap in it so it can be difficult for new players from NA to adjust. Unfortunately the game has been out in other regions for years so a lot of the foreign players have a pretty significant advantage in terms of skill level. Hackers appear occasionally like most other online shooters, but EME is pretty quick to ban them as long as the community submits proof to EME's website.

As the oldest remaining player in the community, I would definitely recommend you pick this game up and try it if you're a fan of PvE-based online shooters. It's f2p so there's no harm in trying it yourself and none of the content is gated by a paywall. There are lots of helpful corps in the game for PvE and PvP who can help you get started regardless of your nationality.

8/10 would recommend to a friend.
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535 of 812 people (66%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 19, 2014
Prepare to be pummelled over the head with every nasty pay-to-win/pay-to-play tactic in the book. You're barely out of the tutorial before you find out that your starting equipment has a timer on it. From what I could tell most of the equipment bought with in-game currency could only be rented, which wouldn't be so bad if the weapons didn't average something like $15 of real money. Admittedly I didn't play for long, but that has more to do with the terribly bland level design and cheap enemy spawns than any in-game storefront.

This is a game I might have been willing to buy on sale for $10 but there's nothing about it that makes me want to 'rent' it.
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416 of 632 people (66%) found this review helpful
75 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 20, 2014
If you have the money to rent a gun or a shirt then you have the money to buy a decent game instead.
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42 of 47 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
913.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 17, 2015
I've been playing this game for a few months now so here it is.

Initially the game's name seemed cheesy and my prejudgement kept me from trying it sooner.
When I started playing I quickly found it addictive and overall pleasant to play.
I enjoy PVE content primarly and ZMR delivers well in this area.

I did find that, at the time I started to play, the game was highly pay to progress. By that I mean if you wanted to get good gear/weapons at a reasonable speed you were best off paying.

This has been changed, for the better IMO, since the Games of Drones update. You can now buy decent weapons in the gold money market (in game currency) and the rewards from bullets has also been made much more viable for free to play minded players. I can't stay this enough, it is ALOT better since this patch. Levelling rewards are so much better now.

This game is worth a shot. Be warned that you might like it quite a bit and end up throwing some money to en masse anyways :) I'd say it's done a good job of offering a great free to play experience now.

In all fairness some are still likely to not like it but that's ok too. Try it out and find out for yourself.
There are still some elements where spending money gets you basically more chances at winning items you desire but that's basically it. It's RNG and money just gives ya more "chances" at something or gives you the option to buy faster XP / money gain percs. I've prolly missed some more specifics but that is the gist of it.

Thanks for reading.
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51 of 66 people (77%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
860.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 21, 2014
Do you like to fight against waves of enemies cooperatively with other players? Check!
In various modes; with multiple difficulties? Double check!

*Assault Ops pits you against mobs of enemies as you and your team fight through sections of levels, building up to a big baddie!
*Paranormal Ops sends you into undead infested areas--following along the lines of Assault Ops to a big ol' Raid like boss
*Extinction Ops is currently one of the newer mission-esque runs...but with dinosaurs! RAWR! Who doesn't want to gun down prehistoric creatures? :P

These three modes are perfect for those who prefer to work as a team.
That said; despite being a team, often times there is little communication between players; often fighting for ammo boxes, and the lack of objectives in these missions that require the team to split up. But overall still very fun.

*Threshold Defense is similar to tower defense where angry mobs of various enemies come in droves, and you're tasked to set kill-kill-kill-earn points and set up various turrets to subdue the opposition with said points! Advanced and above difficulties increase the number of waves and add a boss at the end!

A mode for the Tower Defense obsessive. ;D
Don't have many issues with this mode; other than points are hard to come by sometimes when you have a team who can murder things before they get two feet out of their spawn points, and you definitely need points to pick up ammo, set up turrets, use traps, etcetc.

*Kill Everything throws you into a map where the whole point...literally is to just rekt all the things, earn points and use them to unlock doors to other parts of the map; replenish ammo; pick up various guns and special weapons to demolish all the things! There's also traps throughout the maps to help even the odds, and you can rebuild windows/doors to slow the increasing numbers[see: give you breathing room].
*Kill Everything 2 is just a bigger and badder version of the previous with advanced and higher difficulties throwing a Boss at you; sometimes with limitless mobs to keep you on your toes.

These two modes are perfect for those who need to get their gun off like a sociopath. :P
Another point based set of PvE maps; so if you're not quick to kill the baddies, you might find yourself running around without ammo for a little bit until the waves get bigger.

*Assault is a competitive PvE set up where waves of enemies come try and make life difficult, they think they're Assaulting -you- but in reality, -you're- the one Assaulting them.
*Massive Assault is just a bigger version of the before; with more players, so you can Massively Assault the enemy's face. ;D

More or less a shooting gallery in which you compete with others to get the top score; who's the bigger, badder Assaulter? GET SOME!
No real problem, only that spawn points are predictable, so it's sometimes comical how fast a wave can be cleared if everyone camps specific spots.

DO YOU LIKE PVP? OF COURSE YOU DO! (But I sure don't...)

*Free-For-All one of the breads; and just as it sounds! You against ER'RY BODEH. I..I've got nothing else.

I am not a huge fan of this mode, it's very common to spawn into a middle of a firefight and get chewed up in the crossfire. Players will spawn in behind you after being caught in said crossfire and put you down in a vicious cycle. Though that said; lots of players DO LIKE the manic playstyle it provides.

*Team Death Match is the butter of PvP, Red vs Blue, Team A slap-fighting with Team B, etcetc.

I personally enjoy this mode of PvP, especially if the teams are balanced...otherwise, you can be, and will be...mercilessly spawn camped until the end of the round. "Git gud, son!" Is easy to say, but there are players who are literal Career PvP in this game, and if by some stroke of bad luck a group of them end up on the same team, good luck; you'll get mauled if you step out of your spawn(if they're not running around IN your spawn area), spawn camping is real and is a struggle. I hope this is fixed in the future, nothing is more discouraging than spawning in and realizing you're not leaving your spawn because Team Whoop yo'Booty/Trololol Spawn Campers Inc is blocking your exits with shotguns and P90s.

*Elimination is the other piece of bread to this toast sammich (what? You don't enjoy a toast sammich? Wrong wit'chu?!) and is another Team A vs Team B, with each player having one life per round. The mission? Curb stomp the other team before they curb stomp you!

Probably the most balanced; more so if everyone works as a Team, no big issue unless you find yourself on the business end of a Clan/Corp team.

*Demolition is...the hash-browns with an explosion of Tabasco sauce somewhere in it. Teams take turns exploding and defusing. The bomb is randomly assigned to a player. And sometimes this player...

...with the bomb will throw it away because they don't want it. (HOT POTATO! 1-2-3 NOT IT!) And this will be overlooked by team mates(and you), leaving you defending Alpha/Bravo point wondering why the bomb has not be planted yet.

*King of the Hill I tell you what, it's that Over-Easy egg you have sitting on your plate and you're like... "Mm, could be good." Red vs Blue; hug that small area and hold onto your britches while you try to obtain points to win; it's hectic, it's fun, but it suffers from...

SPAWN CAMPING! How so? Unfortunately very easily; if the opposing/your team gets a strong foot hold on the middle of the map and keep pushing, you/they can literally box you into your/their predetermined spawn point and if these are Career PvPers, you'll have the most rage inducing time trying to get to any form of cover outside of your spawn.

*Mercs vs Monsters is one of the more unique modes ZMR has to offer; it's like when you order that Red Velvet pancake, totally unexpected, but fun(delicious; if you like red velvet). One team plays as the Mercs, and the other as Undead/supernatural creatures. As you kill players(or get killed) you earn points that you can use to upgrade yourself to other Mercs/Undead, you start at the bottom as a pistol wielding merc/slap happy zombie and work your way up! There's a twist though! Halfway through the match the Teams switch; Zombies become Mercs and Mercs become Zombies.

It's a fun mode, and definitely different from the usual suspects; spawn camping is generally non-existant in this mode, but the Mercs definitely have a ranged advantage over the undead, but nothing game ruining.

*Blood Diamonds I didn't get a chance to play, could never find a game in progress or one that had an open spot; it was event related.

Other tasty little niblets:

There are daily missions you can complete for extra gold, experience, rep. IE: killing XX amount of players in PvP on a specific map.

The Shooting Gallery: this is where you can use all those shiny bullets you've been picking up--the galleries contain various pieces of loot, these come in the form of Revive Coins, Weapons(Perm versions and week long rentals), Nightmare Tickets for PvE(if Expert difficulty is too easy for you).

I think that covers pretty much everything, overall the game is a ton of fun if you like a game that's tongue in cheek, doesn't take itself seriously; the last update before October was called T-rekt, I mean come on; if that didn't make you snicker just a bit, you need to loosen up.

The team behind the game do live streams on Twitch and they're a lot of fun to watch, you can tell this game has people who enjoy what they do, so it's in good hands.

The updates get bigger and bigger every month, and with a 'strict monthly content update' schedule, so expect more maps, more modes, and more weapons than you can threaten a zombie with!

Great game, HUGE potential, something for everyone.

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36 of 42 people (86%) found this review helpful
24 people found this review funny
343.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 25, 2015
This free to play third-person shooter gets a lot of bad reviews from people who don't play long enough to understand. a lot of people say it's pay to win but all the items you can buy, you can also earn in game easily. The game uses similar duck and cover mechanics found in games like Gears of War. Most guns can be bought with in game gold and the ones that can't be can be won through a bullet lottery system. Each time you complete a map on normal, advanced, expert, and nightmare you get bullets (tickets). Silver is the lowest and most common tier (normal.advanced), expert gives you a gold and silver, and nightmare gives you a platinum and two golds. Each bullets has a change to win you something useful (gear, guns, grenades, turrets, drones/drone parts). The higher quality the better quality gear you have a chance to get. The game has a mixed player base of south to north american players. So in PVP high pings can be annoying but they're really not a big deal. This game needs a massive injection of north american players in all honesty. Love the game and play it daily, has lots of content and it keeps growing. Great game to play alone or with a group of friends.
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272 of 436 people (62%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 20, 2014
Yet another horrifying port of the "freemium" RENT-to-win craze that infects eastern shooter mmo developers.

Movement is horribly clumsy, aiming is crap, you receive two timed guns that expire within a certain timelimit, dodging an attack lands you within melee distance of the guy whose attack you just dodged, leaving you open, stunned and without a dodge move.

I played a dinosaur match where I had to hold over for a minute or two while a scientist (who mysteriously teleported right after) set up a self-destruct. Dinosaurs and dinosaurs with guns popped out of nowhere -and here's what bothered me the most- and, apparently, every single one of them aggroed the exact same guy. 3 of us were happily shooting at the mobs while one sorry ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ was running for his life. He got killed, the mobs all went straight for the same other guy. After him, it was my turn. Having died a third time, I entered dead state (vs down state, in which you can be revived) and noticed that the game threatened to kick me out after two minutes! I would've lost all progress, exp, money, etc... that I got from playing the mission.

My only option was, you guessed it, a respawn token.
While they are "cheap", the only apparent way to get them is with real money.

Purchased weapons disappear unless you pay again? I think I already mentioned that.

Another big problem I had with it is that, in a 4 player match (FOUR PLAYERS) we had such massive lag that I rubberbanded from one edge of the map to the other.
Which, ironically, wasn't so terrible, since the maps are so small and reused so badly.

Mission, first part, rescue a scientist in the center of the map.
Second part, go west, rescue a scientist, then east, rescue another.
Third part, go west (same area), repair a node, then east (same area), repair another.
Fourth part, go west (yes, same area), defend the node... The group split, so I can't tell if they were screwing around or if there were indeed two defense objectives.
Fifth part, defend the central area. TOO MANY MOBS!
Sixth part, run to the area that was unused. One of us sprint past every enemy and reached a cinematic, which triggered the boss.
Final part, T-rex with missile launcher and an undodgable minigun in an area with no cover.

Oh, and in case you're concerned, yes. All female outfits sport massive cleavage.

All in all, it's a lazy "mash everything everyone likes" idea poorly put together. The only two things this game is missing are ninjas and pirates.

Can't recommend.
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43 of 57 people (75%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
1,143.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 15, 2014
What can i say? It really has it all (almost)
This game may sound stupid, but it is QUITE fun, and pretty straight forward about what it offers.
Of all the f2p games out there, this one really plays as a game you actually bought.

Sure, there are a couple of draw-backs. Like no story mode of any kind [not cool] If this game had a decent in-depth story mode i would say that it has it all. Another issue? the lag. You can have a 25 ping [like me] and still get some chop here and there, which can make game play not fun [ESPECIALLY in pvp] but i believe it is server side and they are working on it.

And frankly what game doesnt have its little glitches here and there? All and all this is a very good game, its VERY rewarding to the free player, i dis like the term "pay to win" no the guns you get from premium dlc are no better than their standard counter parts you can buy permanently with gold or rep currencies earned by playing. People are still damn good using stock weapons. The game is fast and fun and worth it if you liked gears of war, army of 2 cod nazi zombies etc. it has a little something of everything. And more to come.

Try it, dont be a cry baby and stop being one of those horrible game ruining gamer types that feel over entitled for no reason. Play it, have fun, stop over analyzing and blow something up.
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26 of 30 people (87%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1,496.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 17, 2015
The Game of Drones Update is a game changer! I wish this version was the one that went public. Its a different game now. Great for new players and gives veterans new ways to play. Speacial weapons purchasble with in game gold. Permanents every level and ThreshHold boxes you get evert 5 levels(up to 25) that ensure you have weapons to kill everything!.This is the most fair and friendly version of ZMR so far. If you tried it before and didnt like it, log back in. there is some much more fun to be had!
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33.5 hrs
Posted: October 21
I LOVE THIS GAME!!! When I play this game I feel like a comanndo! But it is also really hard.

Pi without the decimal / 10
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Agent Orange
8.9 hrs
Posted: October 20
it's a cheap knock-off asian version of Gears of War.

Except there's zombies, monsters and robots. and the mundane pvp nonsense is included.
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4.3 hrs
Posted: October 19
Got to say great game. for a free game Ihave to say its amazing just keep up the good work
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0.8 hrs
Posted: October 18
My favourite part was uninstalling
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Pimp Whiskers
0.4 hrs
Posted: October 17
i luv it
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32.0 hrs
Posted: October 17
if u like gears of war then ull like this game
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Drunk Rooster
4.3 hrs
Posted: October 9
pretty dope
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4.8 hrs
Posted: October 9
trying to remember what i did oh yeah shot things died alot killed alot had fun downside if your F keys are locked to a certain function YOU CANT RESPAWN enjoy
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19.1 hrs
Posted: October 9
It has that TPS aspect that EVERYONE likes, it has a very nice set of game modes as well as missions.
people actually play this.
very interesting bosses
gave me a boner
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0.8 hrs
Posted: October 2
Game is dead. Developers have abandoned ship. No updates in over a year. We're just waiting for them to officially can the thing.
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