The release of Zombie Army 4 is just around the corner with the game hitting Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 4, 2020. Fans of the series are already itching to get their hands on the game, but judging by the new trailer there is plenty of content coming post-launch to keep players busy as well
If you enjoy stylish visuals, fast-paced combat and over the top violence, then The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile will definitely put a grin on your face. It features two different characters, a nice carnage-filled campaign, as well as plenty of extra modes to keep you hacking and slashing. Despite its age (the game was originally released on Xbox 360 back in 2011), Vampire Smile still has what it takes to satisfy fans of the genre.
Gameplay: Fast, fluid and very, very violent.
Graphics: Very stylish, but the art style might not appeal to everyone.
Sound: The soundtrack and sound effects are a perfect match for the action
Seven Days is a visual novel that starts out like something straight out of a horror movie as the protagonist, Kanzaki Shuuichi, receives a cursed Blu-ray disc from a friend. However, thanks to the exorcism skills of his childhood friend, Shuuichi is saved from the evil spirit trying to possess him after watching the disc. This leads to the unexpected development of the female ghost gaining a physical human form and revealing that six other girls are trapped inside her. Shuuichi ends up with his hands full as he attempts to make the last days of these spirits as pleasant as possible, but along the way, it’s impossible for him not to grow attached them. Seven Days is a captivating and well written visual novel that will stay with you even after the credits roll.
Gameplay: The story is well written and there are enough choices for multiple playthroughs.
Graphics: Everything from the character sprites to the backgrounds look great.
Sound: Full Japanese voice acting for all the girls and the soundtrack is pretty neat too