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Stubbs The Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse - Xbox

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Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
59 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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  • Use your body as a weapon - Exploding gut grenades, toxic zombie spew, severed hands that can crawl through tight spots & possess the living and unholy flatulance are available to you
  • Possess unsuspecting humans and use them as weapons
  • Zombie strength lets you smash down walls and maul anyone who gets in your way
  • Convert Stubbs' enemies into allies, by eating their brains and making them zombies
  • Explore & take over Punchbowl, an immersive and futuristic city built with the Halo engine
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Stubbs The Zombie lets you become a man whose luck was so bad, dying was the best thing that ever happened to him. In 1933, Edward Stubblefield was a traveling salesman, trying to survive the Great Depression, when he was murdered & buried in a field in Pennsylvania. Fast forward to 1959, when billionaire playboy Andrew Monday builds his own ultramodern city - Punchbowl, where you can "drink your fill of the future". Unfortunately, he built it on the grave of "Stubbs", bringing him back as a angry zombie. Stubbs was a loser all his life, and being a zombie gives him power he never had before. He decides to keep eating brains until the city is his -- unless Andrew Monday can stop him.

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Platform: Xbox
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  • ASIN: B000BC1UZ6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 17, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,084 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By ribcage on October 19, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
Really. If you're a zombie fan, you have to get this. Basically, the game involves you going around, biting people's brains out(with a beautiful and over the top bloodspray every single time.)

That sounds like it could get old, but it doesn't. Not when you have a horde of zombies following you. Not when the characters are always screaming hilarious things as you maim them or devour their brains. Not when you can throw gut grenades, life-stunning flatulance(which makes it a piece of cake to get those oh-so-satisfying brain bites), roll your head at people and explode it, or rip your hand off to possess people.

It's all great. Think you may wind up with some trouble in the next room? Well, instead of killing a guy in this one with a brain bite, rip off your hand, possess him, and use his gun to go blast away the enemies in the next room. Need to take a break? Push your zombie horde out in front of you and let them do most of the work for a while. Getting overwhelemd? Pull out some innards and let 'em rip, sending the cops flying.

And there's vehicles to cause carnage in. Awesome, grueseom carnage. And, as a nice little touch, your zombies will jump in next to you if there's room for them in the vehicle.

Great humor, GREAT gore, and great gameplay. The story is a little lacking, but you'll hardly notice that as you're going for another brain bite.

If you're not a zombie fan, I don't see any way you'll be hooked to this game, though. But that should be obvious regarding a game where you play a zombie....
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michigoon VINE VOICE on November 10, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
Yes, Stubbs' creator company Wideload was founded by Alex Seropian and a few other gaming gurus who once worked for Bungie. So should it surprise to you that this is a good game? Probably not. But are its innovation and dark comedy truly remarkable? That may depend on the price tag...

In Stubbs, you play as a hapless travelling salesman who (for reasons unknown) woke up from an early grave with a desperate urge to munch on brains. Delicious brains.

The monotony of munching on brains (is that even possible?) is broken up by the layers of strategy involved. Walking up behind someone will almost always result in an opportunity for an insta-kill brain gobble. If you don't want to do the fighting yourself, build your army- anyone Stubbs kills turns into a Zombie themselves. Every situation can be played differently.

The game has a high cheese/camp factor instantly shown off by its sountrack- including retro hits like "My boyfriend's back" and "Lollipop", done through excellent covers by current bands. There's also a bevvy of in-game treats ranging from a dance-off minigame to drivable war-machine tractors. Bizarre, hilarious, and fun.

So who wouldn't want Stubbs? If you're on a tight budget, and you want to squeeze every possible moment of gameplay out of your purchase, this might not be the game for you. The story is a little short, and Wideload's founders' quest to maintain few employees and drive down development costs make this game feel like a budget title at times. A great budget title, but budget nonetheless. If that doesn't sound appealing, consider looking for this title as a used game or a rental (or, wait until the price drops). Get it, play the heck out of it for a few days and laugh yourself silly at all the gags- you'll love every moment.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Jensen on October 28, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
Not much to say other than that it's an easy game and it's a lot of fun. The music is great with covers of old 50's songs which really helps the feel of the game. Plus the detail on the town of PunchBowl, A 1950's town with futuristic concepts, adds a delightful touch to the game. It almost reminds me of Disneyland's Tomorrowland back before they remodeled it. I also enjoy the ability to rip off your head and go bowling with it as well as through your hand at people and posses them. All out great game.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Erickson on October 23, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
There's just no way for that line NOT to be funny.

"Stubbs the Zombie" reminds me in many ways of "Destroy All Humans!" Both are set in what's supposed to be the 1950's, although the technology encountered seems to be advanced beyond anything we have today. Both feature B-movie monster archetypes as heroes, and the "hook" in both cases consists in the sociopathic glee of taking a bite out of humankind on their behalf. Specifically, both games involve the wholesale harvesting of human brains, which is depicted pretty graphically (especially in "Stubbs" - DAH had to have green blood to secure its "T" rating). But the gore is always in service to the comedy tone of these games, if only because of its ridiculous excess. If you don't laugh at the demo reel off the main menu of "Stubbs," which ends in a literal bloodbath of brain-eating, limb-severing quick cuts, this game might just not be your cup of

Another comparison is that both are unfortunately extremely short. "Stubbs" has a cooperative split-screen mode (as you have no doubt heard, it's built on the Halo engine), and if you play through with a friend, you'll have a lot of fun, but you'll probably beat the entire game in a couple hours on the default setting. Even by yourself, it's maybe 5 hours tops. There are no real "extras," either.

That said, one of the reasons it's bound to go fast is just because it's so much fun. For every human you kill either in the traditional brain-eating way, or by swiping them to death with your grisly meathooks, or by blowing them up with your guts that you hurl like hand grenades, or your head that you roll like a bowling ball, you earn an undead henchman to be used in your ongoing battle against the remaining humans.
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