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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 863d ago | review

HardGame2- Dead Island: Riptide Review

HG:Dead Island: Riptide be considered long expansion and a sequel. Not because we say it is because it is a council not take your kids to deceit and collect any more than it has prepared Techland. It's more of the same, continuity and the exact same formula. They have polished some fringe, some errors have been maintained and new ones have appeared. But all within the same circle close and familiar. The jump will be in the next generation, so for now Riptide is a dessert that comes at a price slightly lower than usual. The cooperative is its soul and is still fun to rage even though the story is an excuse and end ridiculous. It has completely lost the element of surprise and the formula no longer hits, but still a work magnetic traps from start to finish and gives numerous doses of immediate pleasure and addictive. More guns, more zombies, more difficult, more locations ... if you loved the previous Dead Island you know what you abide. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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