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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 729d ago | review

Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition review - GameZone

GameZone writes: "Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition is a nice package for gamers who want to destroy legions of undead monsters. Is it worthy of the title Game of the Year? That's debatable. But at $30, it's tough to pass this game up." (Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition, PS3) 7.5/10

MysticStrummer  +   729d ago
Something is wrong with gaming if someone thought this was Game of the Year.
Cosmit  +   729d ago
It was a fun game. But I agree, not GOTY quality.
StraightPath  +   729d ago
evidence that game of year means squat. Fanboys always fighting which is the goty. But no knowing that many games get goty from different sources sites etc.

when did dead island be goty?
WeskerChildReborned  +   729d ago
Yea i liked the game but to release a broken product like that isn't really loyal.
Reverent  +   729d ago
Well the game wasn't ever even nominated game of the year... So I don't know what the hell Deep Silver is even doing releasing this.

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