100°
Submitted by TrendyGamers 634d ago | rumor

Dead Island: Riptide Release Date and Special Edition Possibly Leaked By Retailer

Dead Island: Riptide is the 2013 sequel to the 2011 surprise hit, Dead Island, from Deep Silver. While we know very little about the sequel (except that it will be $49.99 and we may see a collector’s edition), an apparent leak from EB Games seems to show its release date. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Need more votes
Is this rumor true? Rumor votes 1
taijutsu363  +   634d ago
Was not expecting a dead island 2 at all!!!
TheMrMadzen  +   634d ago
Thought Riptide was some DLC for Dead Island xD Didn't know it was a sequel!
SAE  +   634d ago
They also said that the price of thw game gonna be lower because this generation is about to end , but yes its a full game ...
^^
Zefros  +   634d ago
oh yes it's a sequel, will get this game, day one. loved the first one although it had it's flaws, i still enjoyed it.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Assassin's Creed exclusive: Inside Unity's setting, parkour, size, co-op & more

8m ago - Sipping delicious wine, $50, touring monstrous cathedrals, $20, slurping hot French Soup, $8, a b... | PC
40°

BestBuy Black Friday in July Sale

8m ago - Gamerdeals: "Today, BestBuy kicked off their Black Friday in July sale! It includes the follo... | PS4
10°

Why Humans Will Always Defeat Terminators at Magic: The Gathering

9m ago - The lead designer of Magic 2015 - Duels of the Planeswalkers talks about designing an AI to play... | PC

What Happened to Kane & Lynch?

9m ago - Kane and Lynch has had a rough history; from getting a professional journalist fired to controver... | PC
Ad

Start Making Games for the PS4

Now - Want to design the next generation of video games? Start learning game design today. Click for more info on how to get started. | Promoted post

From Curing Cancer to Finding Rhythm - Incandescence Announced

9m ago - The developer behind revolutionary game Play to Cure: Genes in Space has just announced its next... | iPhone
Related content from friends