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Zombi (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Amiga
Tags: Adventure, Graphic
Developer: Ubisoft
More Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One


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Zombi review

Reviewed August 13, 2006

Sho says: "Just like every other right-thinking individual, I eagerly anticipate the day/night/nuclear winter when the infernal legions of darkness rise up from their graves in order to crush the living beneath their desiccated heels. Hence the most noteworthy thing about this game is that it’s essentially George Romero’s classic Dawn of the Dead adapted into a graphic adventure."
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