Submitted by GamerKnights 1471d ago | review

In depth Dead Island Review - PlayDevil

The European gaming website PlayDevil.com has just posted an in depth review of Deep Silvers' action horror game "Dead Island".

Here's a snippet:

"For most of the game though, you’ll resort to melee combat. There are two styles- digital and analogue. Analogue is much harder to get used to, requiring you to get into a stance, and then use the right stick to smash people in the face. It’s eventually a far more satisfying way to fight, although it can occasionally be a little frustrating. The game uses a fairly simple quest structure, and the mini-map makes it easy to progress to your objectives. The open world is pretty huge though, so thankfully there are a variety of different vehicles you can use to traverse the world." (Dead Island, PS3, Xbox 360) 84/100

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