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Want to witness the buxom Kryptonian Power Girl duke it out with dastardly Sinestro Corps lackey Amon Sur? Of course you do. Check out this exclusive trailer to get a sneak peek at the upcoming Legends PvP characters coming to DC Universe Online...
Much hullabaloo surrounded the recent release of the artfully constructed trailer for Dead Island, but as the internet knows all too well, a little CG trickery means naught for actual gameplay. Well, we’ve now seen how Dead Island plays, and it’s definitely promising, even if what we’ve seen didn’t have anything to do with the characters from the trailer (and we still don’t know if that actual family or those events are in the game at all). The important detail we took away from our demo is that Dead Island wants to bring the “survival” back into the horror genre...
Zombies in recent games have become fodder; minor footnotes in some larger story. In Dead Rising and Left 4 Dead, “normal” zombies are like filler to keep you from getting bored between the bigger events (don’t get us wrong – we love those games). Dead Island seeks to return to the old Resident Evil model where a single zombie can be a threat. In fact, a single Dead Island zombie is probably the most deadly threat yet seen in the annals of videogame zombiedom. This game is freakin’ hard...
After its debut trailer shocked countless gamers, we wondered if Dead Island could possibly deliver a game to live up to the surprisingly dramatic video. That video, as well as our previous playtests, focused upon the single player experience. But at E3, we saw four-person cooperative play for the first time. Left 4 Dead with a plot, an open world and create-your-own weapons? Yes, please...
Talk about rotteny-meaty crunches and thuds. We just brained our fiftieth zombie and somehow the enjoyment of it has come back. See, after the initial thrill of such physical, solid melee smackings of all things undead, beating corpses to re-death became mundane. We were worried that the combat in Dead Island would get routine and boring quickly, but then out of the blue, as we were curb-stomping a gray-skinned woman in a bikini and then following up our foot-to-cranium with clawhammer-to-cranium, the sheer bass sound of the impact and the...
We've been playing Dead Island Riptide to death. In our hands-on preview, we smash up the zombies on a new island, meet fresh characters, and find something unpleasant lurking in the water. These are the 9 things you need to know about Dead Island before our review next month.
When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth. And, according to Capcom, appear in TV shows.
Years after the first game’s critically acclaimed zombie invasion of the Willamette Mall, the whole of America is infected. In the casino town of Fortune City, Nevada, a deadly TV show plays out to millions of viewers across the nation.
The only thing better than zombies is lots of zombies - and the only thing better than that, is killing lots of zombies. That’s why we’re happy to bring you the latest news from this year’s Tokyo Game Show on how Dead Rising 2’s single and multiplayer modes are shaping up.
Meet Chuck. He’s a motocross racer who finds himself competing in a zombie filled, Running Man-esque sports arena event called Terror is Reality
Fame-crazed photojournalist Frank West dove headfirst into a zombie outbreak for the sake of breaking a story. A risky move for sure, but his photos and acts of heroism helped make him a celebrity in the Dead Rising universe, leading to talk shows, endorsements and no small amount of fans. When another zombie mess overtook Fortune City, however, it was stuntman Chuck Green who saved the day and exposed a pharmaceutical conspiracy. And as any attention-seeking star would act, Frank West wants to butt in and tell you how HE would have handled the situation...
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