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Submitted by AboutLastNight5 674d ago | review

The Game Effect | Dead Island: Riptide Review

Dead Island: Riptide may look familiar to those who played the original Dead Island. It is not a sequel to 2011's Dead Island; rather, it is an expansion, a 1.5 version of the original. Unfortunately, it hardly merits a stand-alone release. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/10

monkeyfox  +   674d ago
I picked up an online key for steam for 19-99 which i think is well worth it considering some expansions cost between £10 and £20 anyway. If you loved the original, you will love this...
caseh  +   674d ago
Have to say the original was a blast but not at full retail price. I'll be waiting a bit but if most reviews are poor the price will nose-dive pretty quick so I won't be waiting long. :)
cahutyzuqys   674d ago | Spam

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