It's been a while since we've heard news about The War Z, the controversial online zombie game that was kind of a mess in just about every possible way.
The kazoo still blows for The War Z, the Benny Hill theme of game that saw one of the most inept launches in PC gaming history back in December, a game so bad it was yanked from Steam for about two months. Now the entire game is offline after hackers breached the game's databases and its forums, gaining access to…
DayZ creator Dean Hall says he's pissed about The War Z, the controversial zombie game that seems have cloned a ton of DayZ's elements, including theme, genre, and title.
Zombie survival rip-off The WarZ which, outside of a bizarrely fanatical fanbase hasn't exactly endeared itself to the wider community, has for the past few days been the subject of attacks on the game's servers.
The man behind The War Z has apologized to his fans for some of the controversies that have entangled the much-maligned survival horror game over the past couple of weeks.
The War Z has quickly become the week's most interesting, and hilarious, news item. Between the bad press, the worse press and the fact the game's been taken down from Steam, most of you are probably yet to actually play it.
Controversial zombie survival game The War Z has been removed from Steam.
This week's wildest story is the story of The War Z, a new Steam game that has caused a great deal of controversy for numerous reasons.
The roll out of zombie shooter The War Z is one hot mess. Yesterday, gamers on Reddit were pissed about the game's misleading description on Steam. And now, the game's maker, Hammerpoint Interactive, is saying it wasn't the description's fault. Oh, no, it was yours.
Despite some negative press, zombie survival sim The War Z has launched on Steam and gone straight to the top of the best-sellers charts.
The pitchforks are out. Gamers are furious with the developers of The War Z, a game that seems to have made it to Steam without many of the features that developers have promised for it.
Upcoming zombie survival MMO The War Z doesn't want to hold your hand. It wants to grab it and try and bite it off. Preferably after you've spent some money on it first.
The footage you'll see here won't stop people comparing this game to DayZ, but it might be worth a watch for those who find the ArmA II mod a little too janky and volatile for their tastes.