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Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green (2005)

A backwoods farmer struggles to find his way to sanctuary, away from an army of reanimated corpses.
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Nathalie Baudais ...
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Yszan Harriott ...
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David Koseruba ...
Jack (voice)
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Caught entirely unaware, an unnamed redneck farmer must fight his way through hundreds of living corpses, all bent on devouring any human flesh they can find, in order to reach some sort of safe ground. After finding that the city he hoped would support him is completely overrun and slowly burning to the ground, he decides to make a run for the last salvation--The City Of The Living, and their skyscraper, Fiddler's Green. Written by Leo J.

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This was originally developed as a single-player PC game called Day of the Zombie, which had a four month development cycle and was ready for an October 2004 release. Day of the Zombie was shown to Universal Studios around the time the movie Land of the Dead (2005) was being filmed in Toronto, Canada (where Groove is headquartered) - this is how the license was secured. The game was ported to Xbox, multiplayer functionality was added and environments were added to tie the game to the movie. See more »

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SCARY, in a good way.
11 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

This game doesn't have a lot of things. It misses a LOT more than it hits. But it's cheap. And I have found several redeeming qualities about it as well.

The sound can be repetitive, but it sets the mood very well. Some think: "wow, only 4 notes constantly repeated." I personally think that it is this very aspect that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end.

I am a very experienced gamer, having played everything from Galaga to Call of Duty. And never, ever, have I found a game that made me actually FEAR encountering another enemy. You really don't want to continue. But that adds realism, because that means you are thinking EXACTLY like you would if that was not Jack the Farmer but You. It's not that the enemies are terribly difficult to defeat, if you play the game long enough you can kill every single zombie without even firing a gun. But you would just really prefer if that next corner didn't have zombies waiting around it. But you always do, so you have to just keep on trucking.

Buy this game, but only if you want to be GENUINELY scared. Because you will be, should you be able to look past its shortcomings. honestly, what Horror movie fan Doesn't want to be scared?


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