"Humans Versus Zombies would be the single greatest game ever, if it weren’t for the players."
There is a lot of truth in this statement. People who have played HvZ have hopefully had fun with it. No matter what you do though, there is always that one player who contests an obvious tag, or a zombie that doesn’t quite wait to respawn, or that guy who yells “I got you” before the dart has left the barrel. I went to an invitational and overheard a few players, who had been zombified. They were talking about how they make the human stun one of them twice by yelling they missed, which can give them enough time to have the other zombies make a tag.
Did I mention I got up at 3 in the morning with some friends to drive for 6 hours to get to this place? That was not what I wanted to hear from people!
In a Utopian world, where nobody cheated, and people treated other players with respect: Humans Versus Zombies would be the best game in the world.
All it would take is for people to follow the rules, and for the players to remember “DBAD”