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Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army

Zombie Army Trilogy is a third-person tactical shooter video game developed and published by Rebellion Developments. It is a spin-off to the Sniper Elite series and was released on March 6, 2015, for PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One.[1] A port for the Nintendo Switch was released on March 31, 2020, in North America and Europe, and in Japan on May 28, 2020.[2][3] The game takes place in an alternative version of the final days of World War II, with the German army close to defeat. Adolf Hitler deploys a last resort plan to raise the fallen as zombies through occult rituals and turn them against Allied forces, thus causing Germany to become overrun with the undead.

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army

The "X-Ray Kill Cam" feature from V2 also makes a return, in which when a successful and skilled shot is made, the camera will track the bullet from the sniper rifle to the target in slow motion, and upon impact will show an anatomically correct x-ray style reveal of the body part being hit and the damage the bullet causes to the organs and bones. Some items can also trigger an explosion when shot, which can be used to the player's advantage against the hordes of zombies. The game will also measure notable shots by briefly displaying distance and other factors like whether it was a head shot or moving target.

Once the zombies are released, OSS operative and sniper Karl Fairburne, veteran Red Army infantryman Boris Medvedev, Wehrmacht Captain Hermann Wolff, and German occultist Efram Schweiger are forced to team up in an abandoned village not far from Berlin. After clearing the village of zombies, the quartet commandeers a truck to take them to Berlin. Once there, they find the city in chaos; zombies roam the streets and alleyways. A radio transmission tells the quartet that the zombies are gathering in the nearby Memorial Cathedral, so the four go to investigate. At the cathedral, they find an SS occult general summoning zombies. In a fight with him and his minions, the survivors send the demonically-possessed officer back to Hell and discover a tunnel under the church's altar. The tunnel leads the group to an underground facility overrun with the undead. Inside, the four discover a reference to a Book of Souls, stored in the Berlin Central Library, which is a safeguard medieval occult text in case the zombies proved difficult to control. Hitler never retrieved it before unleashing the horde. Exiting the facility, the survivors fight their way to the library, where they obtain the book and unleash its power on the zombies, but find that its effects are negligible. The four then escape through the U-Bahn to a canal where they kill another SS occult general and escape via a British agent on a boat.

Three months later, in August, Hitler has risen from the dead and joined the ranks of the undead as their leader. Still humanly sentient, Hitler has organized the zombies into a new army, using them to tighten his grip on Nazi Germany. Pockets of survivors have sprung up all over Germany, supported by Allied airdrops of supplies. Fairburne, Wolff, Medvedev, and Schweiger are tasked with retrieving war-winning intel from a British agent named MacNeil who they discover was killed by the zombies after being forced into St. Ulrich Hospital. When they do, they discover that Hitler has obtained the Book of Souls and is shipping his undead troops to an unknown location. The four hitch a ride on one of Hitler's supply trains and take it straight to a rally where Hitler is outlining his plans for the new Undead Reich. Fairburne attempts to assassinate Hitler, only for the bullet to stop right in front of Hitler's face. Only Schweiger's use of the Relic prevents the four from being swarmed by the zombies at the rally. The squad is then deployed to infiltrate the Folterschloss, Hitler's private mountain stronghold in a forest nearby. Making their way to the tram station that supports the castle, the four discover that Hitler is attempting to use humans to power a propaganda device in the castle. The four find the key that activates the full power of the Relic and escape as the man powering the device detonates the fortification. Hitler's headquarters is determined to be a large fortified facility inside the irradiated badlands outside Berlin, which the group infiltrates. They sabotage the industrial plant that the Führer is using to manufacture weapons, equipment, and food supplies for the zombie army and then face off with Hitler himself. After defeating an enormous zombie Hitler, Fairburne tosses the real Hitler down to Hell. Medvedev throws the relic, and Faireburne shoots it just before it enters the Hellhole, releasing its holy energy. The quartet manage to escape as Hitler's headquarters is completely destroyed.

With V2's incredible mechanics being employed to take on a more morally acceptable foe, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army makes a worthy addition to the Sniper Elite franchise. With its extremely budget-friendly price and surprisingly large amount of content, NZA will please existing sniper fans, as well as anyone curious to check out what it might be like to shoot a few hundred zombies in the face from 70 yards away. The skeletons are a disaster and the bosses aren't great, but the core mechanics are so good that it deserves a look solely on their strengths. Rating: 7.5 out of 10.

Unlike its big brother, Nazi Zombie Army completely eliminates the stealth element but keeps the sniper rifle as your main firearm. I know it sounds insane, but the x-ray camera makes a return with tons more opportunity to use. The satisfaction I got from sniping a kamikaze zombie at long range, only to have his explosion take down an entire group of enemies was beyond satisfying. The various enemies also spice up the campaign. There are sniper zombies that hop from rooftop to rooftop, while the explosive undead charge carelessly to get close enough to take you down with a boom.

It's not all bad, the game looks good, even fantastic on occasion, with particular mention to the lighting. The game is always dark, but flickering fires casting a shuffling unseen zombie's shadow on the wall looks great. The first time you glimpse a horde waddling towards you in the distance through a sniper scope can be equally as intimidating.

The enemies themselves are pretty standard fare, for the most part undead in Nazi uniforms, or completely identical hordes of skeletons. There are more interesting creatures, such as a monster who charges suicidally at you with a live grenade, or the zombie snipers, but these are few and far between.

You find yourself on a lot of linear paths and in several small spaces while marching across undead Berlin. Tight corridors can be great for certain aspects of a typical zombie game--they can make you feel claustrophobic, as if there's nowhere to run--but they don't work as well for a game in which your primary weapon is a sniper rifle. Yes, you have a pistol and a sub-weapon (usually some sort of machine gun) at your disposal, but shooting them isn't nearly as satisfying as firing the rifles, and you aren't usually given much ammo for them. Empty your Thompson clips too fast, and you may find yourself frantically trying to snipe a skeleton from about three feet away. Items like grenades, trip wires, and land mines can help you out of sticky situations (or help prevent you from getting into them), or they can be used to gleefully blow up a dozen zombies at once just to watch their bodies fly.

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is everything and more you could want from a tactical zombie shooter and more. As a stand alone entry into the fantastic Sniper Elite series by Rebellion, players find themselves in the shoes of a WW2 sniper in Nazi controlled Germany. The premise behind the game is simple: Hitler is facing the end as his forces crumble and in a last ditch effort to keep himself in power, he unleashes a horde of undead super soldiers to turn the tide to his favor. Now soldiers from all over the world have been forced to unite to put an end to the zombie nightmare and eventually Hitler himself. Sounds simple right?

race with your friend and beat your own high score in a co-op action game that puts you at the heart of the world war ii action. use the latest weapons and equipment to take down your enemies while being mindful of your own health. work with your partner to take down your targets and use a variety of weapons to your advantage. a variety of weapons from different eras of world war ii allows you to get the edge on your opponent while using the intelligence they gave you to your advantage in the game. the legendary sniper elite series continues as one of the best shooters on xbox one and playstation 4. step into the boots of the most feared sniper in the nazi ranks. now, face down an army of undead ss soldiers in an all-new game. youll play as karl fairburne, an elite sniper in the german armed forces, on a top-secret mission to eliminate a high-ranking ss officer and stop a terrifying zombie invasion. the powerful ability of the gas weapon leads to a variety of possibilities to use it and to adapt your tactics to the situation. in sniper elite: nazi zombie army, you will have to face hordes of evil, undead nazis in a classic shooter experience. you will have to kill as many enemies as possible while surviving the hordes of the undead and using your sniper rifle to eliminate your enemies. the evolution of the game is based on your experience and the levels and enemies you face. you will have to adapt to your surroundings in order to survive. players are outnumbered by zombies, and must use their instincts, their sniper rifle and the resources around them to survive. each mission is played as a slow-motion sniper simulator that challenges players to aim, kill and escape. using the sniper rifle, you will eliminate your enemies in a classic, fast-paced shooter game. 6a6f617c0c 041b061a72


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