Zombies have been a part of pop culture for a very long time. Though the trend seems to be slowly dying off, we’re still seeing zombie-themed games like Dying Light and The Walking Dead.

Today, zombies aren’t as hot of a topic as they were in the late 90’s and 2000’s, but it’s a trend that has been rolling for quite a while. There was a time when Resident Evil games didn’t suck and George Romero’s zombie flicks were successful blockbusters, but now horror is shifting again in both film and gaming. In a trending video found on YouTube, we take a journey back in history when zombies were a part of the voodoo culture, and fast-forward through the years to the violent and ravaging zombies found in Dying Light. You can watch the video below.

1. The Resident Evil Viral Zombie
It’s obvious that every zombie game has its own style of zombie. For example, Resident Evil zombies are probably the most unique and most terrifying form of zombie you’ll come across. You could probably categorize them as Viral Zombies, like showcased in the video. Matter of fact, I’m pretty sure when the video stated this kind of zombie was popular in video games, they were, in fact, talking about Resident Evil. But the thing about Resident Evil zombies was that they didn’t all look like zombies. The Licker was a creature that was known for its long tongue and could climb walls and attack from above. Zombies in Resident Evil

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