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Submitted by AkatsukiPain 440d ago | videocast

Show of the Week: Dead Island Riptide

Holiday of the Dead

by Andy Farrant

Vacation season is practically here, so join us for a quick holiday from hell courtesy of Dead Island Riptide, along with the five other worst holidays in videogames and your comments about superpowered dogs.

Dead Island Riptide's island of Palanai looks like it'd be a great place for a vacation, with its pristine white beaches, turquoise ocean and palm trees swaying in the tropical breeze. We would subtract one TripAdvisor review star for the hordes of undead monsters that murder anything in their path but no place is perfect and, hey, the flights were cheap. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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