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Submitted by djhsecondnature 1052d ago | review

MediaKick Review: Dead Island

MediaKick: "Sometimes it’s hard to fathom the ripples that a singular element can have on a wider scale. Giles Lamb is a name that rose to unexpected heights as he gained international repute for the accompanying soundtrack to the quite sensational trailer for Dead Island. Something that resulted in such an unexpected impact on the industry is impossible to ignore, as not only did it put the Deep Silver game on the map, but it set a new standard for the elegance and cinematography for trailers as it created a vision for the eventual release." (Dead Island, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) B+/A+

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