Tech Analysis: Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition on PS4

Dead Nation was already an attractive title on PS3 thanks to the wizards at Housemarque. With a robust lighting engine, huge numbers of zombies on-screen and a rock-solid frame-rate, the game looked and felt great. It was known from the start that Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition would offer the full collection of all released content for the original game so it was with pleasant surprise that we uncovered some pretty significant changes to the underlying visuals.

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ZodTheRipper1622d ago

I played through it several times on PS3 (+ Coop) and I'm still enyoing it immensly on PS4. The problems with the visibility are completely gone and overall it's a much smoother experience, I started directly on "hard" and I'm almost rushing through the game because :D

GarrusVakarian1622d ago (Edited 1622d ago )

I downloaded it with the "meh, might as well if it's free" mentality and ended up really enjoying it. It's fun when you get overwhelmed, it can be very challenging.

The graphics are great too, really nice lighting from the torch.

I also really liked the broadcast+ mode. Some guy kept choosing the hardest options when it came to voting, i had continuous hordes or continuous jumpers, he must have found it amusing because he just kept typing "hahaha", lol.

1nsomniac1622d ago (Edited 1622d ago )

I'm kinda finding it the exact opposite I had no problems at all with visibility on PS3 But there are a heluva' lot of visibility issues on the PS4 - which I think is probably due to the volumetric smog that covers most of the floor in levels. I don't remember it being that bad on PS3.

TheUberAsian1622d ago

Love the game, but hate how you lose SOME MUCH money when you die!!