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Submitted by RyanMartin 767d ago | review

OneHitPixel Review - Dead Island: Riptide

Videogames are fun; it’s a statement that highlights what has kept the industry alive for decades. Sometimes, they try to be something more, with David Cage leading the way with ‘experiences’ such as Heavy Rain and Fahrenheit. However, Dead Island decided to ignore the industry’s revolution of engrossing storylines, intriguing characters and uncanny realism to focus on why games became the multi-million industry it is today: mindless enjoyment. But aside from the plethora of dismembered limbs and interesting weapons, there was very little about the original title that was memorable. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) C+/A+

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