Platform: WiiU/PS4/Xbox One
Originally an exclusive WiiU launch title known as ZombiU, Zombi was overlooked at launch, just like Condemned.
This game was Nintendo's attempt at trying to draw in a mature audience from the get-go, rather than just being associated with itsfamily-friendlyy roots.
It wasn't a big seller, which was a shame because ZombiU is a superb horror title on any system and one of the scariest games in the zombie genre. It brings a perfect blend of tension, atmosphere, and challenge to make it truly stand out on its own. ZombiU was also one of the few games that made good use of the WiiU controller, without it feeling too gimmicky.
Perspective aside, the game cleverly follows a similar structure to the Dark Souls series. Only this time, after your character dies (permanently) you will wake up as an entirely new character in the safehouse, and instead of trying to retrieve your "souls," you'll aim to try and recollect your previous corpse's belongings. Unlike the Souls series though the first person viewpoint helps immerse the players in its truly desolate and dark environments.
It's recently been remastered on the PS4 and Xbox One, and I would definitely give this game a look if you missed it the first time round.