Nice Zombie references, and Bruce Campbell. I think I will take a look at the game through the demo just to see how it is. I wonder how well it would work with a fight stick?
I bet it’d work pretty well, actually. It might give it more of that “arcade” feeling.
That is the feel that I am looking for. I purposely bought a bunch of shooters on PSN to just that; make them feel like arcade games. However only 3 of the six shooters will actually work with the fight/arcade stick, but that is ok. I just wish all the shooters on PSN would be stick compatible. I wonder if Castle Crashers is Stick compatible, cause that would be awesome.
I only ask because I think I might have to get some third party software to make the stick work on my computer with some titles. I know you have to do that with a Dual Shock 3.
Sounds like you need a custom controller.
They make them so you can plug them into PS3 / 360 / PC.
Thanks for that, but I don’t have the money to spend on more controllers at the moment. Plus that controller would have to have 8 buttons on the front so it would be compatible with all fighters.
I think I’ll skip this Dual-stick shooter, but it does look fun.
I’m saving my money for Double Fine’s Costume Quest… the game looks like everything I want in a Double Fine game, and it’s only going to be $15
Picked this up this past weekend when I was looking for some good local co-op action. I have to say this game is maddeningly addictive. The designers did a great job of creating simple but deep game play. You constantly have to weigh the risk of setting zombies on fire (fewer health drops, more dangerous zombies) against the rewards (more weapon upgrades, higher point multipliers). It also got much more fun once we realized that L1 auto-targets the closest zombie, so you don’t have to use the right analog stick to aim all the time.
If you’re looking for a good co-op experience or some fun, hectic solo gaming, this is $10 well spent.
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