- Summary: Choose a side and unleash your hordes to decide once and for all what type of zombie, slow or fast, will inherit the scorched earth! Play both zombie factions in the exciting single player campaign: learn how to master the 4 Monsters units (the badass version of heroes) and level them upChoose a side and unleash your hordes to decide once and for all what type of zombie, slow or fast, will inherit the scorched earth! Play both zombie factions in the exciting single player campaign: learn how to master the 4 Monsters units (the badass version of heroes) and level them up while leading your squads of zombies through 8 epic single player missions and uncover our 6 unique zombie classes! Capture their respective buildings and specialize your squads for additional skills and expertise! Will you pick the swift and deadly samurais? The quick-capture engineers or the stealthy scouts thatll help you find your opponents whereabouts? Master the astounding Dead Rush ability and get ready for over-the-top online death matches: pick your faction, Monster and strategy, and find out who gets to become King of the Undead!… Expand
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Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge - Teaser Trailer
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May 23, 2013So, if you're an RTS-loving Vita owner, bad news: Zombie Tycoon 2 is most definitely not the game you're looking for. But there is a sliver of hope — the original Zombie Tycoon is available as a PSP Mini for about one-third the price, and it's significantly better in almost every way. If you absolutely must have a strategy game on your Vita, then — at least for now (until/unless History Legends of War: Patton gets released on this side of the Atlantic) — that is a much better option by far.
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
May 1, 2013This is a really cute tale about the zombie apocalypse brought about by the mad scientist Tycoon and his struggle to wipe out the last humansThis is a really cute tale about the zombie apocalypse brought about by the mad scientist Tycoon and his struggle to wipe out the last humans on earth. It comes as no surprise that he's got competition, his old mentor Brainhov has a zombie army of his own (the blue "ferals) and wrecks your life in the beginning.
The first few levels get you used to the game and it's RTS stylings, you work with your mobile zombie respawner that's armed with a turret when at rest on triangle, then 2 squads of zombies, and a single monster.
Now wait, you're asking, where are the zombie hordes?
They're mapped to the R button, once you start capturing houses, they'll each spawn a wandering zombie, that when you tap R, they'll all perform a dead run on your target, it's pretty impressive with enough zombies.
The gameplay is fun, I was never bored, the missions are almost too short for me (a casualcore RTSer like myself) but there's plenty of little things you have to do to keep you busy, objectives you have to capture, objects you have to work with certain zombies, houses to capture, or even secret trophies to find scattered around.
Now, there are a number of little achievements you can get in each level, but, if I'm not mistaken you can't see what they're looking for until after you complete it which means you don't know on your first run what you should do to get trophies (I assume) which is lame.
Multiplayer, I haven't tried it yet but it looks so much fun.
I am disappointed at the apparent lack of bot gameplay, I guess they figure that later in the game certain missions will be compelling enough to get your fix on PvE.
I would love to see this game get attention, I think it's worth it, it's certainly the best handheld RTS I've played.
Boss fights, they're pretty cool and I felt, pretty unique.
Looking forward to playing more, but I'm so busy with SS, MGS HD, GOW GoS.. oh, sony.… Expand