Having Bruce Campbell back as Ash is fantastic, and the voice work and atmospheric music is excellent across the board. Good shit.
Everything here is very authentically Evil Dead, and Saber has evidently gone to great lengths to ensure this is a good-looking game.
Simple and straightforward objectives, intuitive gunplay and melee combat... there are few gripes to be had regarding how Evil Dead: The Game plays. The less said about the vehicle handling, however, the better. Melee encounters can also be a little messy at times.
It's a good job Saber took the time to add solo missions to Evil Dead, because if the game only offered 4v1 multiplayer, it'd feel pretty bare bones. Repetitive objectives don't particularly help either.
A pretty good spread of tasks, a fair bit of grinding, and some tongue-in-cheek trophies make for a decent enough list. Nothing for the game's solo missions, though.