ZombiU was a fantastic game when it launched alongside the Wii U. Years later, it’s arrived on other platforms with minor tweaks, including a new name: Zombi. As it turns out, it’s still great.
There have been rumors of Ubisoft porting the excellent Wii U launch title ZombiU to other platforms for a while, but now it’s official: Zombi (no more u!) arrives digitally on August 18.
Admit it. You would brave the undead-filled streets for some toilet paper, too. Zombie apocalypse? Pfft.
Ubisoft won't release more games exclusive to the Wii U until Nintendo sells more Wii U systems, the president of the French gaming giant told Kotaku here at E3 this week.
Console painter Ozcan continues to do what he does best, turning rather plain video game consoles into electronic works or art.
Nintendo is coming out with a new Wii U package, and it's full of zombies.
Some games are great. Some games stink. Some game reviews are great. Some of the scores of them stink, too.
Let me tell you: if the zombie apocalypse ever becomes a real thing, I sure as shit hope I have a Wii U Game Pad that not only tells me the precise location of all zombies in my vicinity, but that could also drop me hints from survivors (hopefully not asshole survivors).
ZombiU's got plenty going for it—it's Demon Souls meets FPS, for one. That's pretty great. You shoot zombies in it; people love that. Really, there's no shortage of possible ways to sell this game.
ZombiU is the Wii U's extremely difficult survival horror first-person shooter. You're not supposed to be able to make it through it in one life, though the game's Survival mode challenges you to do that.
If you play ZombiU's special Survival mode you only get one life for the whole game. Death is death. No respawning as another character, which is what happens in ZombiU's already-tough (and very fun) normal mode.
I would like to tell you that the butler did it, but he did not.
Technically, ZombiU reviews can start hitting right now. Realistically, we won't have a review until early in the coming week.
I haven't been to London in a long time, but from the looks of this latest gameplay video, it seems like Ubisoft's upcoming ZombiU will let me refresh my memory of the city's famous locations. Virtual tourism never looked so bloody and zombie-laden.
Trying to describe the experience of playing a Wii U game that takes advantage of the GamePad's accessibility and extra space as well as ZombieU does is a difficult task.
I've never been to Buckingham Palace. Hopefully, when I get there, the Windsor family home won't be infested with the undead like it is in this new trailer for ZombiU. You'll see a variety of uses for the WiiU GamePad here, including inventory management and environmental scanning. And, hey, soldier zombie wearing a…
One of the hardest things to communicate about ZombiU is the way the Wii U's new controller is integrated into the game. In the first part of this "making of" documentary from Ubisoft, executive producer Guillaume Brunier walks us through the basic setup of the game (roguelike-like-meets-Demon's Souls) and show how…
Don't forget to burn their heads off. Bash in their dead skulls. You know. The usual.