Originally Posted by protzman
well the concept is cool and it looks fun, after watching like 10 youtube vids i can say the one thing that is silly is the AI of the zombies, and how fast and unrealistic they run. May just not even get it because that
Aye. It bothers me this uses ArmA because that game is TERRIBLY clunky and glitchy (NPC's running through walls, that kind of stuff). Couple this with awkward controls, it's just more frustrating than anything.
For that reason alone, i'd never play this mod. The fact that it's got such appeal though will just show established developers that actually, this kind of game could be profitable and perhaps, they should start listening to what people want instead of churning out the same old recycled crap all the time.
For example, If it weren't for Killing Floor - a mod, we likely wouldn't have L4D. It's mods such as Day-Z that set the trends alot of these (money grabbing) companies follow.
Originally Posted by MilanoRed804
Its a very fun and new concept. I always wanted to play a multiplayer survival zombie game and this is the closest thing yet. It can be extremely intense at times lol especially playing by yourself. Its literally survival of the fittest. I recommend teaming up with one or two people to prevent you from getting robbed and killed all the time. Also the servers run on real time based on where they are located and nights are PITCH black lol. One of the most imersive games Ive played to date.
My only gripe about the game is the hit detection on the zombies. sometimes they cant hit you standing right in your face and other times they are wall hacking killing machines lol
It's new in the sense that nobody has made any mod or online FPS/RPG survival horror style game, but people have been requesting such a thing for years. Your problems with hit detection and suchlike are just a symptom of this mod using ArmA II. It's not the best game out there.Edited by Thingamajig - 5/9/12 at 9:07am