Top 10 Zombie killing Games ( PC & PS4 Games )
10 Resident Evil 7
I played all the other games in the series and I must admit this one is different. It has a first-person perspective and I think this thing makes it even scarier. You have sometimes little ammo and that makes it a real survival horror. The plot is simple (or I thought it at the beginning). You have to find your lost girlfriend, who disappeared and sent you a strange e-mail asking you not to come there. Then you go to a remote part of the country and try to find out what happened.
9 State of Decay
Undead Labs' open-world survival sim puts you in control of a group of survivors as they try to make a home in a world infested with walking corpses. Any of your survivors can leave on a mission and never come back, or go insane and commit suicide, or die from infection. When that happens, they're gone for good; death is permanent.
8 Dead Island
It is not an especially pretty or polished game, but Dead Island remains one of the best zombie games on PC. With its first-person shuffler bashing and four-player co-op, it is tempting to compare Tec land’s first zombie game outing to Left 4 Dead 2 - but it is what Dead Island borrows from Fallout 3 that makes it compelling.
7 Dead rising 4
Zombies often herald the end of all things, but for Frank West, their reemergence marks a new beginning. Frank, former photojournalist extraordinaire, has been off the radar since the first Dead Rising a decade ago, and this third Christmas-themed sequel finds him eking out his days as a college professor teaching novices his craft. But when the dead come, he again finds life. Even in Frank's opening nightmare in which he knocks back zombies like a wrecking ball, there's a sense amid his snarky complaints that he wants this. And even though Capcom's approach here stumbles here in parts, I was surprised by how much I wanted this as well.
6 Killing Floor 2
Zombies of all shapes and sizes come at you thick and fast, making Killing Floor 2 an excellent pick-up-and-play co-op title. But as you devote more time to indulging in a spot of zombie bashing, Killing Floor 2 becomes a zombie game with an engrossing tactical element: do you spend your blood-soaked resources now, or save them for a tougher future confrontation
5 Resident Evil 5
The game is simply gorgeous and runs on low-end pc. Resident Evil 5 is, in my opinion, is by far the best Resident Evil game ever made.
In 2018 it still worth playing so get a resident evil 5 copy and play the all-time best resident evil game.
4 Left 4 Dead 2
It has been eight years but Left 4 Dead 2 always looked economical in the way Valve shooters are. That means that unlike many zombie games, it has aged well - despite the lack of any fancy, physically-based rendering or global illumination.
Left 4 Dead lost some of the exquisite balance of its tiny armory by expanding it for the sequel - filling the world with impromptu melee weapons and special ammo types.
3 dying light
Like its survivors in a post-outbreak world, Dying Light is a scavenger. Its map icons and diversions are ripped from the Ubisoft formula. The parkour is nicked from Mirror’s Edge. But the clambering informs every other aspect of the game, turning this into an explorative, emergent adventure. For best results, ignore the more repetitive missions and take to the rooftops of Harran, built with vertical meandering in mind.
2 The Last of Us
Not only is The Last of Us our Game of the Year for 2013, it's also the most intense, enthralling, and engrossing gaming experience involving undead flesh eaters. It takes you through a dangerous cross-country journey through the infected United States which has been completely overrun by plant life.
1 Red dead redemption: undead nightmare
Undead Nightmare is still recognizably RDR, albeit with less ammo. Not that you'll ever run out if you get busy with your trusty torch or once you get your hands on the blunderbuss: it uses bits of the zombie as shot and there is no shortage of them…
The single best thing about this game, however, is that you play it all as John Marston. Which is a very welcome return from the dead.
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