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Submitted by Haly 1274d ago | review

Xboxer360: Dead Island Review

Xboxer360's Richard Berry writes: Ah zombie games, how we all love to destroy and rip apart hordes of the undead and don’t publishers and developers know it! The Xbox 360 has enjoyed several retail zombie games, spin-off XBLA games and a zombie mode (including a very lucrative DLC package) for a certain FPS game – but the world of destroying these mindless creatures has been somewhat lost on me, don’t get me wrong I enjoy fending off hordes of the undead as much as the next guy, but I guess I’ve just never ‘got it’, becoming bored and looking to the next game before long. When news of another zombie game was announced I couldn’t have been any less excited, that was until I got some hands-on time with the game at PAX and wow did that change my mind. (Dead Island, Xbox 360) 90/100

Braid  +   1274d ago
90/100?

Wow man, that's some zombie loving community right there.
shayol33t  +   1274d ago
Get it tomorrow. Can't wait :)

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