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Submitted by OtherWhiteMeat 1085d ago | review

PSU: Dead Nation: Road of Devastation Review

Don Oliveira writes: Dead Nation: Road of Devastation is the downloadable add-on to Housemarque's 2010 isometric zombie-survival twin-stick shooter. Played in either single-player, or couch/online co-op, Dead Nation focuses on upgrading your character's guns and armor, racking up score with point multipliers – this is the team behind Super Stardust HD, after all – and taking down hordes of the undead. We gave the original game a 9/10, as we think the production values added to this type of co-op, leaderboard-driven game, made for one of last year's best PlayStation Network titles. (Dead Nation, PS3, Tag Invalid) 8.5/10

beast242tru  +   1085d ago
i like this game didnt get to finish it because started playing red dead redemption soo know how that is but i still have on my hdd :) it was free
SonyStyled  +   1085d ago
u know you can delete it off ur hdd and redownload it right? sony said its yours to keep forever

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