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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 740d ago | opinion piece

Dead Island: My Guilty Pleasure

TMG: I have a confession to make: When it comes to open-world, loot driven RPGs, I never found myself all that compelled by the original Borderlands. The combat was never all too interesting to me and the humor, while quite good, never quite had me head over heels for its brand of humor. Two years after its release, I found myself playing a similar loot driven RPG, yet I found myself playing it a lot more. Dead Island is a game that I feel few people remember and even fewer give it credit for being a really fun game. (Dead Island, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

MysticStrummer  +   740d ago
Why do people call Borderlands open world?

I'm sure my opinion of Dead Island would be higher if it wasn't by far the buggiest game I've ever played.

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