Arizona Sunshine Crack/Patch

Arizona Sunshine When you hear a flash of a human voice on the radio, your hopes and beliefs are confirmed - there are still survivors out in the blistering heat of the post apocalyptic Grand Canyon state. Arizona Sunshine poses a battle for survival in a VR zombie apocalypse in which players need to navigate both the hordes of zombies coming for their brains and the scorching heat in their desperate search for human contact.

Download Arizona Sunshine Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 1029
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
Vertigo Games / Jaywalkers Interactive

Arizona Sunshine reviews ( 4 )

Sandyk, Mar 31, 2017

This is the best VR game which i have ever play. Only problem is that for now i was not able to play multiplayer, but singleplayer is absolutely awsome . Must have

Grendizer, Sep 12, 2017

One of the essential games to own as a VR owner. I felt very uncomfortable at certain places in the game (like the one dark room in the mine). Only the zombie waves are kind of obvious and repetitive, I don't like that kind of obvious pressure building and scares, more subtle works best for me. Anyway, love it.

derfel_, Feb 14, 2017

A fun game, but the multiplayer experience is varied and isn't always stable enough to fully enjoy what this game offers. But overall it's worth a look!

Did-, Mar 23, 2018

It's fun to play, there are a handful of good ideas, but the realisation overall looks like the developers had zombie-verse assets and got their hands on a VR gear and said "Why not, it might work.". The models are pretty poor, the zombie animations are very repetitive (for example when you aim at them, they stumble to the side, and it happens A LOT), and the environment objects all look the same (cars, furnitures, fences, ...). The zombie theme is pretty useless, it doesn't feel like a zombie apocalypse, more like a shooting range. You always can teleport yourself out of danger, so if you see a zombie running toward you, you can simply teleport a few meters away immediately, the zombie continuing his course to his doom. You never feel pressured, anxious, lost, afraid. It's even the contrary. Because it's difficult to aim at long range, it's often a good idea to just teleport just next to the enemies to put a bullet in their head, then teleport to the next, and so on. There's a lot of frustration coming with the world interactivity. Being in VR, I wanted to interact with everything, throw objects, try swinging, turning stuff, but there are actually a lot of grounded objects you cannot interact with. And when you find something that looks suitable for a melee weapon, like a shovel or an axe, don't even bother trying swinging it to the face of the zombies, it doesn't work. the weapon goes right through the body, and you look like an idiot in the process. Just throw the weapon, dealing approximately no damage (if you managed to hit the enemy), and unsheathe your shotgun. This game might get some attention today, but in a few years, I'm sure there'll be a lot of better games with better mechanics and level design.