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Hands-On Preview: Dead Island: Riptide - Electronic Theatre

In the months since the official announcement of the forthcoming Dead Island: Riptide Electronic Theatre has been lucky enough to witness the videogame at a number of outings. That the content which Deep Silver has chosen to showcase each time has been exactly the same is not the dampener you may expect, as with each outing new uses for weaponry, new moments of co-operative harmony and new instances of praiseworthy emergent gameplay have been presented. In just the repeated fifteen minutes of gameplay seen, there’s enough evidence to warrant a return to the world of DeadIsland. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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