I first thought this was a game for kids judging by the cartoonish nice banner, so I wanted to give it a go and uninstall it as soon as I realize it is boring. I have never been so wrong in my life!
As soon as I launched it, I was welcomed by a nice, calming, slow voice that I realized was just trolling me. I realized he was going to say crap until I do the very simple thing he asked me to do (in my own time!), so I was standing there enjoying the funny lines for a few minutes before I finally clicked the button he wanted. Then again, waiting for him to finish his slow calming trolling lines (which he never finished) just to teleport.
In the first level the pace of the game turned completely upside-down. There were two voices yelling at me through the phone, insulting me, telling me to do simple things and getting very mad at me if I didn’t do them.
Zombieland: Headshot Fever is a fun fast-paced VR zombie shooter. It revolves around the idea of “double-tapping” your enemies. That means that if you shoot the zombie in their head two times in a row, you trigger a slow-down effect, which is a very interesting and fun idea.
The tutorial was a bit slow, but funny. The narrator talks to you all the time and walks you through the basics of the game. Then you meet a very cool badass guy, who’s crew is going to give you quests and teach you advanced game mechanics. The dialogues are well-written, very fun and the characters have fitting personalities which are going to entertain you from the very first moment you talk to them.