Garrett from Twinfinite writes: "Undead Labs, the Seattle developer best known for the third person survival horror game State of Decay, has announced that it is working on a new game."
Ew... State of Decay was a decent game, showed the studio had some talent somewhere. Now... ew... Mobile? What a waste, although, mobile gaming probably doesn't have a huge collection of RPG's and I am sure there are those who would enjoy this on the go or on their iPad.
I was expecting Class4 aka the MMO version of State of Decay not some mobile game.
Expecting a game company to stand by its word? Big mistake. About the new trash announced, doesn't the App Store has literally at least one similar game per week on the "collector" microtransactions sim own genre?
Yes that is what I was hoping for as well... MMO was one of the few things that I haven't seen done in the zombie/apocalyptic genre.
what what my fav 360 game dev is not making this.... moblie gameing..... worst new of the year for me
Welcome to the future! This is one of the reasons why 2014 is the year with less great new titles since 1789. Lots of studios making free to play and mobile games, studios that could be doing something above decent. Yet some simpler people ask why gamers get mad when another studio announces that its next product will be garbage leveled...
Wonder when multi-player SoD will appear...............Just playing through SoD now funnily enough. Hopefully this is just a side step with a splinter team and they are doing more SoD stuff.
This isn't all there working on. Class 4 is on the way for the x1. Undead lab had to make some side money.
moon rise, what kind of fruity loop shi* is this!, i thought they were working on class 4
very disappointing but hopefully they comeback to making new games on XBLA
Bit of a disappointment, but they have a multiple game deal with MS so hopefully class 4 shows up soon!
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