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The original Zombie Shooter was a mindless bit of fun which did exactly what it said on the tin, but which paled in comparison to classic shooters like Chaos Engine and Alien Breed. Zombie Shooter 2 follows closely in the footsteps of its predecessor and offers more of the same, but feels a little too unpolished and gets repetitive quickly. As such it's easily skipped. There is a story here, but it's not complex or deep and soon gets thrown out the window in favor of the action (along with actual zombies, too). And in gameplay terms, this is an isometric shooter which also brings in some light RPG elements, as you get to choose a character from a decent selection, and which can later be upgraded with weapons and other gear. Most of the game is fast and furious blasting action, as you wade through massive crowds of zombies and mutants, with no other goal than to turn them into bloody piles of meat. You've got a cool selection of weapons and support gear to play around, and there are three different modes to try your hand at, including campaign and survival. For a fairly simple, over-the-top action game, then this just about succeeds. The shooting is satisfying and intense, with the scale of things giving you a real sense of fighting against the odds. The visuals do a decent job of recreating a gritty, post apocalyptic world but once you start scratching the surface, you start to find problems. There are a fair few bugs, while the level design can be uninspired and ultimately it does get very repetitive, very quickly. So unless you're a diehard action junkie looking for your next fix, don't worry about this.