The theme tune is synthy B-movie fun (and repurposed brilliantly in safe rooms and elevators), but there’s nothing else particularly memorable about Zombie Army Trilogy’s music and sound design.
Zombie Army Trilogy is not the best looking game. Rebellion does a great job dressing the sets with various Occult trappings, but it’s a technically average looking game at best.
Fun! Mindless blasting zombie after zombie and watching their limbs and heads pop off in a shower of blood is fun, even after the 2000th time. Zombie Army Trilogy is good, dumb fun.
Three chapters comprised of five missions each adds up to almost fifteen hours of play, plus difficulty settings and Horde mode offer a reason to return. There’s enough game there, even if some of it is a bit wonky or uninspired.
Zombie Army Trilogy has a whopping 68 achievements, encompassing obvious progress, collectible and kill-100-of-these type stuff, as well as a few creative achievements. Pretty good stuff.