Defeating the Undead

Survival games to test your wit and shooting skills

Published: 28th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th March 2015 12:59 AM   |  A+A-

Dying Light

Warner Brother Games’ Dying Light, sees you scavenge for weapons and supplies to overcome the undead in a city enveloped by an epidemic. We love that it has over 50 hours of gameplay, and the option of a four-player co-operation. On PC (`999), and PS4, and X Box One for `3,999.


This Early Access game is in sandbox format, requiring you to interact with other players, scavenge for resources, build shelters and craft. Play about with military gear, expanded selection of vehicles and help in creating the final game. Details:

Zombie Army Trilogy

Out on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, the horde gameplay is exciting as the enemy has a story to tell too, and you can start and end in very different places. Look out for the boss fights, though ammo count and quick turns are dodgy.


RE: Revelations 2

Capcom offers a re-release of the classic Resident Evil. Across PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC, it takes place during the events of Resident Evil 5 and 6, focussing on Claire Redfield and Moira Burton (but you can also play Barry Burton). It is currently in an episode format and, luckily, allows you to play in raid mode. Details:

Human Element

A multiplayer-only game, team up with a fellow survivor and assault enemy outposts by splitting duties. Bombs are also part of the weapon arsenal and you can style your player with a unique playstyle, ability and weapon. Releasing in November on PC, Xbox One, PS4. Details:


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