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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 633d ago | review

FG: Dead Island: Riptide Review

It was October 2011 and European developers Techland release a melee based action zombie game called Dead Island. Admittedly it wasn't the best game, but a strong marketing campaign and word of mouth saw the title sell over 4 million units on PS3 and XBox 360. A sequel was inevitable, and less than two years later that sequel is here, picking up where the last game left off. (Dead Island Riptide, PS3) 68/100

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