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Submitted by Buff1044 1672d ago | article

Zombies Ate My DLC- Games Plagued By The Undead (RunDLC)

Like movies, video games go through fads. When it comes to bad guys, for example, we experienced the street thug phase, followed by Nazis (we hate those guys) and most recently, zombies. At this point, the undead are so popular that it’s impossible to go an entire month without seeing a game inhabited by these brain munching creatures, either at retail stores, on the iPhone and for the sake of this article, in the magical world of console DLC. There are a slew of released and upcoming games starring flesh eating monsters, so without further ado, here’s a list of zombified downloadable content.

Chris Buffa (RunDLC) (Borderlands—The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned DLC, Burn Zombie Burn, Dead Nation, Dead Rising 2: Case Zero, Plants vs Zombies, PS3, Resident Evil 5, The Last Guy, Xbox 360, Zombie Apocalypse)

mr.selfdestruct  +   1672d ago
Zom-B's
U just simply can never have enough zombie games EVER!!!!
Buff1044  +   1671d ago
I agree. I never get tired blowing their heads off.

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