Obvious sequel to Dead on Arrival
Gameplay hasn’t changed much. You have to roam the given scenarios and get rid of hordes of baleful zeds, moving, aiming and shooting by the dual on-screen joysticks. Although there aren’t many different kinds of zombies, there are indeed many and very destructive weapons to play with, such as flamethrowers and portable gatling guns. Once again, controls might take a while to get used to, so it’s most likely that you get hurt even in the tutorial stage. A special mention goes to sound, thanks to voice overs, ra-ta-tas and boom-booms. Environment also plays a role regarding gameplay, as you can interact in certain points to make enemies fall into deadly traps. Lastly, the key to this game is to not spare ammo, or at least to not purchase weapons you are not going to use.
We couldn’t end this review without talking about the online cooperative mode, which is the greatest enhancement this sequel gets from the original game, and its major incentive to be download and played.