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Submitted by mathsman 1060d ago | review

In-depth Review: Dead Island - Electronic Theatre

As a survivor at the holiday resort things aren’t as lonely as you might be expecting. While in the single-player mode you will rarely venture out with comrades, there are plenty of additional characters to meet along the way, some of which are just as well drawn as the four leads. Crossing the landscape as your mission objectives command, the player will find locations ranging from the beach to swimming pools and bars, cliffs and outposts, petrol stations, caves and tunnels. And that’s just in the first few hours, beyond here there is so much variety you might just forget about the supposedly once idyllic resort. (Dead Island, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 85/100

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