Zombie Training Simulator
Shoot the zombies before they devour you? Sounds familiar, right? Now try it in VR with the Zombie Training Simulator. Let’s see how you do.
The Zombie Training Simulator is one hell of a good game for a generation that learned to live with survival games related to homicidal zombies. The game is well based on the things that we are familiar with, first person shooter with the goal of eliminating zombies before they get to you. That was the norm as as always, very much fun to play. For a new player with no knowledge of zombies or of virtual reality, this is gonna be a good way to start your VR life. For the gamer, the gameplay is amazing and immersive with the sound of 3D gunfire and explosions to satisfy your craving for chaos. Overall, this is really a good game but not for everybody actually. If you’re really not into action games and zombies easily scare you, then you might want to look somewhere else.
But for the blood thirsty survivor who wants that adrenaline rush from fending off zombies, try Zombie Training Simulator now.
Honest reviews always show that this game is awesome when played for some time. The frame rates and responsiveness of the weapons is quick and easy to master. The Zombie Training Simulator is meant to be fun and very cartoonish and it had delivered with this in the gameplay itself. The challenges and modes are very varying and more are still left to choose from. Although some level system is imposed and a global ranking observed, it is not really that hard to acquire more powerful weapons to accelerate your progress in the game. We’d say this is a balance between playability and difficulty. Though the VR experience is too bright and childish at times, it makes the game light-hearted compared to PC’s Left for Dead.
Zombie Training Simulator is a must try and a must buy.
Zombie Training Simulator is also a virtual reality game that comes with some parts of the world which ultimately need improvements. On top of this pile of recommendations is the texture of the game. Yes, it is meant to be cartoonish and vibrant but there must be a way to make the colors much less bright. Although some night modes of the game is more dark than light, most of the locations really can strain the eye with some overbright landscape that can use some toning down. This is a VR game that will appeal to the kids to teens but might get some people off who are used to more realistic, textured graphics.
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