I’m a sucker for horror-themed games, and getting to play one in Stubbs the Zombie (PC) — in which I get to take on the role of a brain-eating zombie — is just too rich to ignore. After all, in the post-Resident Evil era, we’ve had what seems like thousands of zombie games, and they’ve all been the same, with the player trying to survive against a zombie horde. While Stubbs hardly comes off as something completely original, its role-reversal within the horror-game genre is quite unique, and ends up making the game feel not much like anything else. Well, except for Halo