- Release date: 1/27/2015
- Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive
- Genre: Action
- Content rating: ESRB Mature
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Dying Light Game Review: realistic survival among zombies
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Warner Bros. has managed to make a comfortable and successful transition into the world of gaming. Their collaboration with Techland game developers led to one of their most popular releases - Dying Light. Below is a comprehensive review of this 2015 release that will show whether it is worth all the hype. You can download Dying Light game just click the button "Get Game".
Graphics — 4/5
Dying Light features very realistic imagery. They nailed everything from the main character’s features to the grass. The game is also free of poor lighting, shady pixelation, and visual glitches. This leaves you with nothing but an enjoyable and almost true-to-life experience every time you play. There is, however, a monotonous dark-colored theme with the game featuring a lot of black, brown and grey. Fortunately, this is a minor con that will not affect your experience.
Gameplay — 4.5/5
Dying Light is a survival action-adventure video game with a dash of horror from the zombie apocalypse theme. You take on the role of Kyle Crane. He is a secret agent whose mission is to venture into an abandoned city that fell into desolation after a mysterious infection turned everyone into zombies. Your aim as the player is to collect as many points as possible. You get agility points for the use of Parkour, power points for winning fights, and survival points for simply staying alive.
The developers also included a night and day cycle to make it more life-like. Daytime is 64 minutes whereas night is 7 minutes long. The zombies also get more powerful and agile at night making it more fun and challenging.
Dying Light also gives you a chance to enjoy the fun with your friends. It has a multiplayer option that allows up to 4 members who venture into the city as a team. This makes the game a lot more exciting and significantly increases survival rates.
Controls — 5/5
This is an interactive game with multiple control options to keep players engaged. You get control over the character’s running speed, use of Parkour, choice, and use of weapons, and so much more. However, you are not in full control of your surroundings while playing Dying Light. Factors like time of day, obstacles and enemies are fixed.
Replay Value — 3/5
Dying Light has multiple side stories that will make you want to play over and over. The unlockable content in the form of new weapons should also be a motivating factor to keep you playing even after completing your mission. It is also fun to replay as a team as it unlocks more storylines and options resulting in an entirely different experience than your first round. However, the fact that it has a one-ending storyline with limited characters significantly reduces replayability thus the average rating on replay value.
This is a great game for fans of interactive and action-packed video games. However, you need to be ready for a few scary scenes and high-intensity fights with the city’s villains and other enemies in your path. The graphics and versatile controls also make it a great game that is worth every penny. If you liked The Evil Within or Fallout 4, you would definitely like Dying Light.
If you want something challenging yet entertaining to play alone or with your gaming buddies, download Dying Light. It's might just be what you are looking for.
Pros : Interactive and engaging.
Interesting and developing storyline.
Multiplayer co-op mode.
Cons : Low replay value.
Replay Value 3.0