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‘Zombie Slayer Diox’ Apparently Hard on Zombies and on Your Eyes

Fear Net has a review up of a new Anti-Zombie game for the 3DS called ‘Zombie Slayer Diox’, and it’s not pretty:

Zombie Slayer Diox, on paper, sounds like a hell of a lot of fun: a portable title for the Nintendo 3DS that casts you as a headbanging hunter of the hungry dead that lures his postmortem prey in with shredding guitar riffs before dicing their decaying bodies into a morbidly melodic mess.

Of course, a lot of things sound good on paper…like communism…and trickle-down economics. And we all know how well those turned out.

The game also apparently dabbles in the 3DS’ three-dimensional display trickery, but badly, causing a confusing and difficult to watch game experience. Sort of like how Anti-Zombie violence, but with eyestrain.

From the ZRC’s perspective, of course, the main problem with this game is that it’s overtly Living Supremacist, and that its cartoon-like graphical style could lead unwary parents to purchase it for their children, thus indoctrinating the next generation against the Differently Animated.

Which is just wrong. We need more Zombie Friendly games, blast it!

The ZRC could really go for one of those about now.

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