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Submitted by jeeves86 1385d ago | review

Rely on Horror Reviews - Dead Nation

Rely on Horror - Dead Nation is definitely a change of pace from the ever-growing 'cutesy' zombie shooter genre. But has it come too late? Available November 30, find out if the PSN exclusive is worth its price tag. (Dead Nation, PS3, Tag Invalid) 8/10

raztad  +   1384d ago
" Many of the promotional trailers and videos, and especially images show several parts of the game where the POV of the camera has changed. However in the game, the camera mostly keeps its same position, high above the character. "

LOL.WHAT? I dont remember HouseMarque promising the game will have "dynamic camera" during gameplay. This doesnt even make sense. DN is a twin stick shooter ala SSHD. Way to downscore the game based on a feature that never was promised.

The complain about no drop-in/drop-out anytime is valid tho.

Judging by this review game is a solid 9/10
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