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Submitted by frozengame 1352d ago | opinion piece

Burning Embers: F*cking Zombies in my F*cking Video Games

Every Monday Ember crawls from his cave to come and deliver his opinion to you the readers. His grumpy Monday attitude fuels the fire that burns onto the screen to form the weekly article: Burning Embers. This week, Ember moans about the shambling menace that are too many zombie titles. (10,800 Zombies, A Ninja vs Zombie, All Zombies Must Die!, Angry Zombies, Borderlands—The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned DLC, Burn Zombie Burn: Diarrhea of the Dead, Burn, Zombie, Burn! 2D, Culture, Industry)

samurailincoln  +   1352d ago
I agree. There's far too many zombies games out there. There's also too many military FPS titles and RPGs with Dragons.
DistrictMime  +   1352d ago
If its not zombies, then it's aliens, if its not alien than possessed nazis.

I totally understand that with zombies, theres a million what if scenarios these developers think about doing and thats probably why we see so many. People just love to kill zombies no matter what type of game it is.

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