Sometimes you know you want to play a certain type of game — but which title will deliver exactly what you desire? Find out with our flowchart! Start from the left and make your way to the game suited for your needs. Then go to Kinguin.net and get the game (or all of them) at a bargain.
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Worth picking up for the wacky (or rather serious – depends on the entry) zombie mode, where players team up to survive waves and waves of deadites. Level up, get better weapons, open up the environment and beat your high scores. And hey – there’s are Call of Duty games bundled with these awesome zombie titles!
It’s like Diablo, but first person, set on an exotic island, and with zombies. These are big, fun games (the base game, the Riptide expansion, the rather underrated third-person spin-off Escape Dead Island, quirky beat’em up Dead Island Retro Revenge). Not always perfect, but surely ambitious and extremely atmospheric.
Two things you need to know about this game. First: it’s short. You’re going to beat it in 3 hours. Second: you are going to have an amazing time while doing it. Deadlight is a wonderful little platform game set in the 80s, in the vein of Flashback or Another World, but with beautiful (even though simple) 3D graphics, incredible atmosphere and perfectly fluid mechanics. It’s a rare thing for a platformer to feel and play like a true survival horror.
A series of third-person action games that are sometimes serious, but mostly light and comedic. Wreak havoc in open environments with hundreds of zombies on screen. Dead Rising is known for its crafting system, allowing you to create some of the most unique weapons ever out of ordinary items. How about a double machine-gun wheelchair of death?
Parkour around zombies in complex, realistically depicted vertical environments. Great graphics, great atmosphere and amazing soundtrack not unlike the famous Goblin tracks from Lucio Fulci’s zombie movies. Perhaps the best open world zombie game ever.
Fast-paced co-op survival shooter with more than classic zombies. Killing Floor 2 lets you hunt mutants and all kinds of hideous post-humans. It looks great, runs great, plays great.
A classic co-op shooter where you need to reach the end of the level while mowing down hordes of zombies. And I mean hordes. The number of enemies on screen is amazing, and the gameplay is extremely hectic and fun. There are story bits too, but introduced very subtly in the form of environment details.
An absolute classic reimagined, with beautiful 2D backgrounds and detailed 3D characters. A hardcore third-person survival / adventure game, where you need to conserve your resources and solve quite demanding puzzles. Simply amazing, even by today’s standard.
The only other true horror in the Resident Evil series – which, after the first entry, focused more and more on terror and action than on the fear itself. Here, you can again explore a huge infested mansion, discovering its secrets, solving puzzles (albeit simplified) and conserving your ammo and healing items. This time in first person.
The sequel to the surprisingly awesome State of Decay, an open world zombie game that came out of nowhere and managed to introduce something new. Scavenge for resources, build a community, reinforce your stronghold, and watch out – if your characters die, they die and won’t come back. It’s what The Walking Dead should be if it was an action game.
A story-focused adventure game where the challenge is in making the right choices. Sometimes there are none, and you will be left wondering how things would go if you had chosen the other solution. A serious and rather heavy game that tries to answer what would really happen after zombie apocalypse.