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Submitted by SamuraiZero 1227d ago | review

Great Gaming Crusade - Dead Island Xbox 360 Review

Tyler Lee of The Great Gaming Crusade says: "In an era where zombie-eradicating video games litter the landscape like the limbs of the undead near the end of most of the said games, Dead Island had its work cut out for it right from the beginning. Not only did it have to keep from drowning in the sea of cookie cutter zombie titles, but it had to rise to the level of great names like the Dead Rising and Left 4 Dead series. Though Dead Island at time seems like it’s trying to be everything from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to Dead Rising 2, and falls far from perfect in most of its attempts, Techland gave the gaming community a title that is for the zombie killer in all of us." (Dead Island, Xbox 360) 4/5

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