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All Zombies Must Die! Review

The zombie tale has ranged over the years from stylishly grizzly to truly horrific, from intensely thought-provoking to blatantly crass. We've also gotten a few lighthearted takes on the lore of the undead. All Zombies Must Die! is more of the latter, focusing on witty character interactions and cheery visuals to push its premise forward. It succeeds in a lot of ways, delivering a fun... Read Review

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