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Submitted by G4Games 1530d ago | review

Golden4games: Dead Island Review

The island of Banoi is a lush, tropical paradise in the South Pacific where its flagship Royal Palms Resort serves as the ultimate getaway for vacationers with money to burn. However, all good things must soon come to an end – and the picturesque resort falls into madness, carnage and chaos after a mysterious and contagious zombie outbreak claims its once peaceful atmosphere. Cut off from the rest of the world, only four individuals who strangely find themselves immune to zombification have the power to protect the remaining survivors from the horrors of the island, to discover what’s really going on and find a way to escape before their own fatal ends. (Dead Island, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

suicidalblues  +   1530d ago
Thank god there's finally a review for this game. /s

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