A small American town is overrun by the living dead! You manage to enter the town just before the military locks it down and now you must slice and shoot your way through thousands of zombies in order complete your mission in this action-packed Hack & Slash RPG.Read full description
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Trapped Dead: Lockdown is an homage to the horror movies of the '80s with players controlling their characters in a 3rd person isometric view. Each character has a different storyline so picking a new character to play with will give you a new story and new objectives to completing their path. In addition, each character has their own individual strengths and abilities so you will have to use those particular attributes to their fullest in order to capitalize on what each character is best at. The skill trees for each character is individualized giving you access to new unique defensive abilities and attack moves as you progress through the story. The action is fast-paced and tactile so if you are not familiar with your characters abilities, getting swarmed by zombies is inevitable. Machetes, knives, pistols, axes, tasers, bows, shotguns, rifles, grenades, magic crosses and vehicles. These are just a few of the literally hundreds of different weapons that are at your disposal for dispatching the walking dead. You have the choice of wielding either two different weapons or one very powerful two-handed weapon. The sound effects and soundtrack in the game are very well done. The moaning of the zombies, the crackle of rifle report and the hacking of zombie flesh are all high quality sound effects and help to present a town that has gone to hell in a hand-basket with most of its population being turned into the undead. Trapped Dead: Lockdown isn?t the worst hack and slash game I have ever played, but it definitely isn?t the best one either. Get it on sale (I got it for ?2.00) THE GOOD - Good ambiance and setting - Isometric design is satisfying - Voice acting fits the B-movie vibe of the game THE BAD - Level design is wonky at best - Attacks and movement being the same button makes for frustrating combat - Visuals are a bit dated
Honestly expected this game to suck as most recent zombie games have., specially with it being an Indie game. The voice acting is surprisingly good as well as the dialogue. The game is a zombie survival with rpg and questing as well as focusing on exploring the different areas presented to you. The graphics are pretty alright and the AI seems to not be terrible which is what I was going to be most afraid of. The AI is surprisingly good, attacks feel like they aren't clunky at all. I think this game is fairly decent if you are looking to play some Zombie survival rpg element-type game to pass the time. I recommend buying it only if you have the spare cash to do so. I feel this game should have been $10 but hey even at $20 it's an OK deal.
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