Organ Trail Review

Posted: December 2, 2015 by TerKaDer in Game Reviews/Previews
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Organ Trail Complete Edition
Developed by: The Men Who Wear Many Hats
Published by: The Men Who Wear Many Hats
Platforms: PS4, Vita, Microsoft Windows, iOS, Android

Review by: Kelly

Organ Trail is a retro zombie survival game, where you and four of your friends are travelling across The United States in an old station wagon in hopes of finding a place where there are no zombies in the post apocalyptic world. This game is a funny take of the original game, The Oregon Trail that came out in 1971 to teach children of the harsh realities of pioneer life. One of your goals in The Organ Trail is to try to prevent the death of anyone in your party from dysentery and starvation among many other reasons, but sometimes you can’t control your friends, like one of mine that wandered off right when we started driving. Nice one, Jason!

Players must manage their limited resources; ammo, food, medkits and fuel for their vehicle, so that they may travel to their destination and keep everyone in their party alive. You can scavenge for money, food and scrap to repair your station wagon but there will be some serious zombie ass kicking going on, which I am horrible at! I had some major trouble aiming my gun while trying to avoid them. I think this game might be better suited for mouse and keyboard over a controller. When you are stopped, you can also find a stranger and do some trading. Unfortunately there isn’t always someone to trade with.

There are two modes, endless mode and campaign mode.The campaign mode has four different difficulties. For this review, I played on easy and I still suck! Looks like I need more zombie training! On campaign mode you play the story and endless mode is where, you guessed it, is neverending play till you quit or die. Either way both modes are extremely fun to play. One of my favorite parts about the game are the hilarious text prompts, that made it fun to die!

I definitely recommend this game for anyone that ever played the game that Organ Trail is based on. The graphics were reminiscent to the original but had an arcade type feel, I also enjoyed the music, which changed as you progress through the game. This game certainly has many different endings and has a high replay value. Organ Trail: Complete Edition is well worth the $9.99 that I paid for. Oh, and one thing, don’t get bit!



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