Let’s Play Some More Zombie Driver – Missions 7-10

It’s time for some more missions in Zombie Driver HD. When we last left off I struggled my way through Mission 6. We pick back up and push through to Mission 10. Not everything goes according to plan though. There are a few missed turns (ok, a lot of missed turns), some missed survivors (ok, a lot of missed survivors), some smoldering engines (and lots of driving in circles to grab the engine repair) and a whole lot of piss poor driving (ok, a lot of piss poor driving. Don’t watch this if you’re easily disoriented). But it was a damn good time! Jump on board and take a spin with me through a couple of exciting levels!

I have to admit, Zombie Driver is a wildly amusing and highly destructive game. There is a lot of satisfaction to be had as you drive the street with guns blazing, mowing down every zombie and creature that crosses your path. It’s pretty simplistic, but that may be why I’m drawn to it. It’s not overly complicated, there’s not a slew of commands or skills you need to learn, you don’t have to worry about assigning points in some weird tree or make some life altering decision you can never take back. You simply pick a truck, plot a course and light up the night with blazing electric death. And when you run out of ammo, simply look for some more or use the power of the bumper to move your enemies out of the way. There is a lot of laughing and plenty of "take that" when you play this sort of game. I’ll be back for another set of mission in the near future. I’m anxious to get bigger and better trucks that I can load out with a slew of weapons.

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