Generation Zero could probably be best described as an unpolished gem. If a second part is going to be made (and I sincerely hope that’s happening), I’m sure that it’s going to be much better and better focused. Until then, if you're playing Generation Zero in a single player or with other people, you’re in for a treat. You’re going to experience something unique, and that in itself is valuable.
Generation Zero is an absolute masterpiece ****! From the stunningly detailed open world to the exhilarating combat mechanics, it's a gaming experience that's truly unparalleled. The Scandinavian landscape is beautifully recreated, making exploration a joy in itself. The game's unique premise of battling hostile machines in a post-apocalyptic 1980s Sweden is refreshingly inventive.
What truly sets Generation Zero apart is its cooperative gameplay – teaming up with friends to outsmart and outgun these mechanical foes is incredibly satisfying. The strategic depth in planning and executing attacks keeps you on the edge of your seat, and the sense of accomplishment when you triumph over your metallic adversaries is unbeatable.
The attention to detail in the game world is astounding, from the eerily abandoned houses to the intricate machine designs. The sound design immerses you in the tension-filled atmosphere, enhancing the overall experience.
With frequent updates and an engaged developer community, Generation Zero continuously evolves, ensuring that you'll never run out of challenges. Whether you're a solo player or enjoy co-op action, this game offers endless thrills, making it a must-have for any gaming enthusiast. Generation Zero is a true gem in the gaming world, setting a new standard for open-world shooters!
Three hours in, and Generation Zero is running on fumes. It will take you 30 hours to get to the end of this story, but what's the point? This game is just as dead as everyone in the alt-dimensional Sweden.
Generation Zero comes with an intriguing setting and a huge map that's way too big to explore on foot. There are different types of enemies to fight, but the AI is very basic and the game suffers from many glitches.
What i love about that game, is what many others don't **** people (SPC) in this game or not many, you are just running around in this beautiful swedish landscape and i feel almost like home!
The eerieness when you walk at night and see the empty police cars with the flashing blue and red lights just gives me shivers.
I guess, 3 years after it's initial release, it has solved almost all the issues people had, when they first played this game.
Now with the free Landfall Update it's getting almost to crowded, with the additional "party" inhabiting this island, but still fun to play.
People who like to travel and explore and are not that storydriven, will love this game, it's so much fun!
A good example of "good enough". Nothing in this package stands out as being awesome or innovative, but it is a complete and functioning package that is good enough. I'd say the story is quite forgettable, but the gameplay is decent though the gunplay may be a bit simple. Spending 40+ hours to complete the base game main quest and most side quests, for the quality that it provides, I found it to be a bit too long. I'd say it would be a bit boring solo, and would recommend playing this with a friend.
Graphics look out of the arc and it doesn't run well for what it is rendering. I got bored early on shooting dog bot after dog bot. Survival and stealth mechanics formulaic. Visually, narratively, gameplay wise nothing stands out. I'ts all kind of meh.
Summary Welcome to 1980’s Sweden. The local population has disappeared, and hostile machines roam the streets. Explore the open world to unravel the mystery, perfect your fighting strategies, and prepare to strike back. Play alone or together with up to three friends, as you discover ways to defeat the invaders.