The sequel to Days2Die is here, the other side starts of at the end of the first parts story line. Since I have not played the original Days2Die, I cant really say much about the improvements in game play but here comes a crisp game, a little buggy but a whole lot of fun.
Let me just start with the little pesky bug I noticed, killing zombies at close range, especially with your pal in sight, bullets don’t seem to be doing damage to them as well, perhaps the melee weapon works so try that out.
The game is crisp the art and animation looks like some quality time has been spent in developing and incorporating details into it that make the game more immersive, though the sounds are plain. The game play follows a story line, as you kill zombies you get experience as well as points that you can use to buy more weapons.
As your experience increases you levels up and get new skills such as more damage, faster reloads and more. Most of the zombies coming at you seem to be generous with bullets and health at least in the start, health gets rarer as you proceed.
The variety of Zombies also are impressive by level three you get some nice Axe throwing Goliaths, there is a decent range of weapons available as well, this sure is a game that you will spend some time on, the funny thing is the physics, gameplay and character movement seem to have a striking resemblance to a similar action game called thing thing the link goes to the 4th game of that series.