About the Product
- Fast Paced Action: Defeat waves of zombies, ghosts, and more with simple touch screen controls! Take on undead versions of the Three Little Pigs, Pinocchio, Santa Clause and More.
- Two Playable Characters: Choose from Little Red Riding Hood or legendary Japanese Hero Momataro, each with unique special moves?
- Wicked Weapons: Red Riding Hood is no damsel in distress! Take down twisted creatures with machine guns, shotguns, bombs, and more. Tackle your enemies in Story, Survival, and Boss Attack Modes.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story isn't anything special- Red goes to her grandma's house to bring her some goodies, when she gets attacked by zombies and monsters on her way there. All hell breaks loose, and Red takes it to 'em with her trusty machine gun. It turns out that everyone's turned into a zombie, except a random ninja, Momotaro. The two then go to see what's causing the problem, and try to fix it. Red and Momo run and gun their way through a good handful of levels and some pretty wacked out bosses before everything's said and done.
Playing the game is simple, though it might look weird at first. You move Red or Momo (you can select either to play as) using left and right on the d-pad. Your character is on the bottom screen, and they walk through the level as enemies and obstacles come at them. Touch the screen to shoot, double tap to launch grenades, and you can also select special weapons on the bottom screen as well. Simply lift the stylus off the screen to reload your regular weapon, which has unlimited ammo. If an enemy grabs you, tap them and you'll slap them silly with a melee attack.Read more ›
Well, its HARD. Really hard. The concept of the game is awesome, Little Red Riding Hood, complete with D cup breasts (wtf) goes to see her grandma and along the way is attacked by a zombie horde. She grabs her trusty machine gun (and later on, shotgun, lasers and flamethrower) and goes on a killing spree. Yep, that's about it. Oh, and there's a random ninja that you can pick as the other player.
The IDEA behind it is cool. You'll visit various fairy tale locations and each bosses is a prominent fairy tale figure turned into a horrific monster or zombie, or undead, or mutant. Granny turned into a bed ridden green thing that throws killer dentures and chairs at you (think the Poltergeist from Splatterhouse), Pinnochio is now gigantic and throws shipping crates at you, Gretel has turned into a witch and wants to cook you alive, to name a few.
It's a niche title, and semi difficult to find. Finding a complete copy now can get expensive but it's worth checking out. It's fun, quirky, and good for anyone looking for a challenge.
I had been on the fence with it for some time and I am thrilled that after buying it I found it surpassed my expectations and then some. It has got bad dialog, voices are stupid bad, over the top characters, zombies, and fairy tale characters gone very wrong. Whats not to love?
It plays much like an old arcade shooter retooled for the DS. The game screen constantly scrolls upward, or to the side, with the players character at the base of the lower screen. Enemies pop up in the distance and right in front of you at times. Some bosses are larger and fit both screens. The shooting/aiming mechanics are similar to a light gun game (house of the dead for example)but using the stylus instead of a gun, if you can picture that. Players also have to dodge left to right using the directional pad or Y and A buttons.
On the down side some of the controls suffer from the touch element. Primarily the bombs that you would use by tapping the touch screen twice which is very similar to reloading.
This is a fun game. The mechanics, graphics and story are interesting enough to me to keep it close to the top in my stack of games. Its got zombies y'all! Get this game, you will probably be happy you did. I am.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The game was fun but eventually became repetitive. I'm not much into shooting/action games as I prefer RPG's. I still found it fun for the first couple of levels.Published on June 29, 2012 by Michael A. Mcdermott
again this was a gift for my grandson. he loves this game and all other games that are zombie games. i was so glad i found it for him. Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by Judy E. Johnson
Just what I expected I did not really like the case it came with. It did come with cover art and manual which were awesome. Overall I was very satisfied with this product. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Jamie
I bought this game not knowing how good it would be. I had never heard of Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ, but being a staunch Nintendo DS player, I decided to buy it. Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by DeadEndKing
I purchased this at Pamida for 15.99 and am glad I bought it there after seeing what it's going for online here. It's a fun simple to control game. Read morePublished on December 24, 2010 by Zombiegirl69
I absolutely love this game. The game play is easy, nothing the least bit complicated so anyone can play it. It's not the hardest game in the world, nor is it the easiest. Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Quinn
Paid 5.00 for it new, I should've known better. Has back n forth on bottom of screen like an old command and conquer game for nintendo, the original! Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Claudia J. Frier