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ZombiU survival guide: 5 things you didn't know about the GamePad

Editor-In-Chief Chandra Nair fills us in on his 15+ hours with ZombiU

Want to know if ZombiU will be one of the best Wii U games? You'll have to wait until Sunday 18 November to find out. As you wait for our verdict, ONM Editor In Chief Chandra gives us his five chilling GamePad lessons In ZombiU survival based on his 15+ hours he spent playing on the game. Read on and you'll learn new things about Ubisoft's survival horror title, but make sure you return to this article when the game is released as this guide gives you some top ZombiU tips for survival.

1. Addicted To Radar

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It's been shown in one of the recent trailers but most people haven't noticed the fact that there's a radar blip on the GamePad status screen.

Tap the radar button, (which appears on the bottom-right, just under the area where it highlights which floor you're on) and you'll send out a pulse.

This pulse acts as a motion sensor, giving you live feedback on movement in your vicinity. It's an essential resource and while you might not always be able to see more than foot in front of you, you can rely on the motion sensor to keep you more informed.

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  1. KairiZero Friday 16th Nov 2012 at 12:43

    Soem handy tips, I'll keep them in mind when I'm knee deep in the undead on the 30th :P

  2. IPecksU Friday 16th Nov 2012 at 14:53

    Holy crap this sounds scary

  3. 5OUNDWAVE Friday 16th Nov 2012 at 20:08

    that bit about the rat's sound's absolutely genius , i'm not a fan of ubisoft but bring it on , just 2 more week's to go , happy day's

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