Into the Dead 2 Review — the sequel

Into the Dead 2 Review — the sequel

Oct 31, 2017

Into the Dead 2, from Pik Pok, looks to give us another reason to revel in zombie-mania.

Graphically? It’s a slick affair, with shadowy looks and amenable first-person stylings. The animations are just as smooth as we’d expect them to be, and the sound effects are quite apocalyptic.

The game incorporates short clips to advance the storyline and frame the gameplay; essentially, basic zombie trope is used, and you have to guide the player character to make it through infested space to rescue other survivors… as well as living to see another level.

As already noted, the main action is taken first person, you are armed with weapons, and you run forward by default, continuously, as soon as the level is started.. As you run through, zombies rise and/or walk towards you, and you can shoot or avoid them somewhat — as you should, as they will kill you if they get a hold of you. If you’re able to make it to a specific distance, you complete the level, and open up a new one.

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The game goes on as such… make the distance (hopefully), get the rewards, build up and improve your arsenal, rinse and repeat. To be fair, it doesn’t plod along; there is something to be said for the need to approach each run with a willingness to strategize. As noted, the ammunition is limited, and it probably isn’t prudent to depend on running through munition crates that may or may not have a troop of undead around it; as thus, you might wanna look to pick and choose engagements versus looking to dart and pick the better part of valor.

With regards to the upgrades, they do essentially become very necessary as you progress, because the flesh eaters get craftier, and the run thresholds get higher. Real cash can be used to expedite your ability to get ahead faster, but with some patience, real money need be used, especially since completed levels can be replayed for extra goodies.

The extras are done well too, with special levels, goodies crates and more spread throughout.

Simple, tried and true, yes, but enjoyable nonetheless.

Into the Dead 2 Review — the sequel Rundown

9
Graphics/Sound - Very well done.
9
Controls - Dual touch controls, liberal and reactive.
8
Gameplay - Easy to get into, and a few different modes and upgrade system help make enjoyable.
8
Replay Value - Quite addictive.
8.5
Overall - Quite thewotyh sequel.

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