We’re no strangers to odd narrative twists, but who would have thought zombies would make an appearance in Army of Two: the 40th Day -- a game that seems grounded in physical reality?
Salem puts a bullet into his head neck. He falls down ... and then he gets back up.
Seeking brains or feeding off undread adrenaline, we haven’t the slightest idea -- but the fact of the matter is that it took several more bullets and a fall from a building to kill an obviously zombified man. What is this, Resident Evil?
[Update: I guess I should have went more over the top with this. For those of you who didn't get it (and that's fine; it's my fault) we don't really think zombies are in Army of Two: the 40th Day. We just thought Mr. Space Marine ate quite a bit of lead in a ridiculous cut-scene. And, yes, apparently the bullet went through his neck -- not the back of his head as we once thought. That totally explains why he was able to fight, eat three more bullets, and stay standing long enough to be pushed off the side of a building.]
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