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

Despite having been in the public eye for a considerable amount of time, Dead Island: Riptide has remained a strictly hands-off affair since its official unveiling. Choosing instead to showcase the same gameplay feature in a number of different ways across many different events, the merits of Dead Island: Riptide weren’t being bidden but had been kept frustratingly out of reach. That finally changed this week as Deep Silver invited Electronic Theatre to get hands on with the latest iteration of what it considers to be one of its most important franchises for the very first time. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

ArchangelMike  +   746d ago
I actually really enjoyed Dead Island, while it felt a little unpolished, it's a still very enjoyable game.

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