CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The Walking Dead Zombie Hunter Video Game
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- Allows gamers to experience the action adventure from a pump and shoot shotgun controller through multiple levels of zombie madness
- Plug into any TV - no game console or software required Includes dozens of levels of action and game play across multiple modes
- Survive the zombie outbreak firsthand
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As a owner of other "Plug and Play" titles, (The Sega Genesis Collection, and Star Wars Collection) I knew I had to have it..
So here's my "customer review" of Jakk's Pacific, Zombie Hunter: AMC's The Walking Dead Edition..
Straight out of the box, the controller is a single barrel, pump action, 12 gauge shotgun. (what more does one need?) With it comes a censor bar, that you mount on top, or below your screen to calibrate your aim.. Simply add batteries and begin to play. The game, itself is a fps, on rails.. You don't control the direction, you just aim and blast at anything that moves.. The game has 3 modes.. Story... Horde.. And, Free Play.
In Story Mode, you try to survive the woods, cemeteries, and streets of Atlanta Georgia.. You eventually meet up with Glen, a character from the novel/series. And join forces, trying to survive. In Horde Mode, you try to survive an endless buffet of "Walkers" that what to eat your eyeballs.
In Free Play Mode... Well, the name is sorta self-explanatory..
Overall, I give this console "Plug and Play" an "A-"... Why you ask? I'm glad you did. The retail price is kinda steep.. Major retailers will want $40.. But since it was my only option to play a "Walking Dead" game, I am thrilled.. And on another note...Read more ›
Yes, the graphics are outdated, but after all, it is a plug and play game,so don't expect some hi def graphics.
The shotguns are big enough for adults, once put together, or you can leave the back half off and its a perfect size for the kids!!.The guns are wired,and one requires 4 AA batteries, and the second gun plugs into the first one, I know it sounds awkward, but it's really not.
Its a basic point and shoot game with 3 different types of play (Story mode,Free play,Horde).
Basically, its just a fun "shoot the zombie" type of frills,that adults can play as much as the kids..Its very entertaining with friends on game night, with a few adult beverages :)
He still plays it.
Hooks right up to the TV/DVD/VCR as long as you have those red/yellow/white connector holes.
But constantly getting disconnected just finished it for me. Batteries MUST BE fully charged
Make sure you follow the directions and you are at the appropriate distance from the tv. I have a 51" and I sit (actually kneel) about 7 feet away and get good results.
By the way, I love the m-16 machine gun!
Buy it, expect the least, but get the most fun!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was really disappointed the fact that the game lasted only a few weeks and than quit working. My grandson loved playing it and was so excited for it to arrive and when it quit... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I got this game for my sons 9th birthday, he and I were very disappointed. I got everything pluged up right, the screen came on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jimmy P.
I love this game and this is a replacement because the first one I had was snapped in two.Published 5 months ago by Ellen M. Walden
I gave 4 stars because the kids don't care too much for it. Grandpa on the other hand loves it!Published 5 months ago by james long
First one failed(Intermittent power). On a large TV you have to aim at the receiver so the aiming point is far away from the target piper. Makes it unrealistic aiming. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bob
Terrible idea. The shotgun requires AA batteries, the light sensor requires AAA batteries. Both turn on and off independently. Good luck remembering to turn off the light sensor. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mike B