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Submitted by Okami_Amaterasu 1444d ago | review

A.V. Club: Dead Island Review

Dead Island feels like a frankengame cobbled together from scavenged parts. It’s an open-world, co-operative first-person role-playing game set on an island overrun by zombies. Many of the parts developer Techland stitched together don’t work like new, and the result is a shambling monster of a game that doesn’t make a great first impression. (Dead Island, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) B-/A+

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