STUBBS THE ZOMBIE VERDICT
Make no mistake, Stubbs is a fun game. It’s well built, has a satisfying though limited gameplay style, and cooperative support allows players to really get the most out of this title. The art and sound of the game is very well done, incorporating the style of the 1950s with retro-futuristic laser pistols, flying saucers, and robots. Stubbs is not an epic. It’s a game that is great to pick up at any time of the day, eat a few brains, and then move on to something else.
TOP GAME MOMENT
I belive that one of the best aspects of the game is Stubbs’s ability to influence weak-minded opponents via his detachable arm. You pull out the arm, move in on a specific target, and when the victim is in range, simply press the ‘E’ key and the unlucky individual is yours to command. The possibilities are practically limitless. You can manipulate soldiers, civilians, policemen and farmers, using a variety of ranged and melee attacks in the process. You can also order people to enter vehicles and do all the dirty work for you.