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Submitted by stonepaintings 670d ago | news

State of Decay will feature zombies of varying ages, but no children

Undead Labs is always good about answering fan questions and yesterday the developer responded to a player’s inquiry regarding whether gamers can expect to see creepy child zombies running amuck in their upcoming Xbox Live Arcade title, “State of Decay.” Undead Labs answered, “No kids. Not worth the inevitable fuss. A nice age spread of adults.”

So players shouldn’t expect to find undead kids biting at their ankles in the upcoming zombie game, but it does seem likely that more elderly people can be seen as the walking dead. Meaning fans might see a wide array differing zombie types and models in “State of Decay” as they will come from a varying degree of adult age groups. (PC, State of Decay, Xbox 360)

Root  +   671d ago
How is it a "fuss"....they are zombie children, the virus has consumed the world and effected everyone. How can ther ebe a fuss when it's what would happen

Seriously I'm sick off this "You can kill everyone but kids crap"....it's just a game. If they try to kill you it's called self defence

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