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Submitted by Garethvk 746d ago | news

Dead Island Recognized For Its Contribution To The Development Of The Horror Genre

Dead Island has been praised for it's contributions to the horror genre according to a release from techland. During the annual Russian Horror Film Awards, the game was praised for what it has done fo rthe world of horror. (Dead Island, Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

NovasRevenge  +   746d ago
seriously this game has done nothing for the genre.

dead island sucked and always will suck.
Garethvk  +   746d ago
I was suprised by this as they had issues galore with the first one and Riptide while not as bad, came and went without as big a splash as was hoped so there we go. I think it was a case of a company getting some praise due to a lack of competition in the region and trying to play up the publisher.

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