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  • Summary: Zombieland: Double Tap- Road Trip is a top-down twin-stick shooter featuring local co-op multiplayer for up to four players. Play as your favorite heroes from the original as well as new unlockable characters from the upcoming sequel.
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  1. Oct 21, 2019
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    Zombieland: Double Tap - Road Trip is a top-down two-stick action arcade-shooter. Taking place after the events of the first move, but beforeZombieland: Double Tap - Road Trip is a top-down two-stick action arcade-shooter. Taking place after the events of the first move, but before the second, take on hordes of Zombies as your favorite characters from the original film, and unlock characters from the second to join the fray. Use the "Rules of the Zombie Apocolypse" to stay alive as you guide Tallahassee, Witchita, Columbus, and Little Rock through the devastation of the apocalypse as they cross the country in an attempt to get to D.C. Use an arsenal of unique powers and tons of weapons to dispatch the tons and tons of Zombies. You'll be faced with all kinds of new, and different undead creeps, and massive boss Zombies in every stage. The waves sometimes feel endless as Zombies pour out from everywhere, and the lack of checkpoints makes your every move count. Can't handle the hordes alone? The game features 4-player local Co-Op play, but unfortunately no Online Multiplayer. So invite your trusted survival team over for hours of zombie blasting action, and maybe Twinkies... Zombieland: Double Tap - Road Trip provides the irreverent humor of its movie likenesses, and non-stop zombie blasting action, and plenty of gross. The lack of online multiplayer hurts Rule #8 (Bring a Kickass Partner) a bit, and the voices aren't the movie's cast, but the game is fun none the less. Fans of Two-Stick Arcade-Shooters will have a blast! Expand