GamingShogun.com writes: "Deep Silver has released another tidbit of gameplay footage from their upcoming zombie-killing-epic, Dead Island."
I have a good feeling about this game.
How ironic.. Breaking the 6th commandment right outside the church. "Thy shall not murder, ESPECIALLY not with a machete".
This was quite random, as if the clip was stolen. The voice acting leaves alot to be desired, but I'm still looking forward to this. @jdktech2010 You might think that if you only saw a minute and seventeen seconds of gameplay. Educate yourself! ;) http://uk.gamespot.com/xbox...
Nice decap :)
Unless I'm missing something (haven't been following this game), it looks like L4D with a bit more story
Looks alright. But something about that atmosphere makes me think I'm really going to like this game. It reminds me of Alan Wake, where it was an OK game but I really liked playing it.
Nothing to get excited about but i hope they show co-op gameplay this e3.
I am VERY surprised at how good (graphically) this game looks. I am going to keep a close eye on this one.
It has that Walking Dead/28 Days Later vibe. We need a truly horror style zombie game, where the focus isn't on mowing down as much zombies as possible but more on trying to survive with limited guns and ammo.
God I hate the character animations. The pushing open of doors, dodging and kicking...it looks ridiculous. This game reminds me of a really polished mod. It looks fun but it looks like it should be free, or at the very least a budget title.
Darn... That must have shaken their confidence.
Maybe it's just me but....i'm disappointed in this game. Very happy about the melee combat (although they added guns) the graphics look OK...I'm sure they will improve but the game mechanics look clunky to me with a bunch of "gopher" missions. I would be better if they just dropped you there in an open world sandbox style and you had to explore and figure how to survive and get off the island instead of "gopher mission".
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