This is just another excuse for me to mention ‘Dead Island’ and post the brilliant trailer again, but the song from the trailer is now available for download from iTunes for £0.79.
Just in case all the other recently announced zombie related games and add-ons (Dead Island and Left 4 Dead 2) wasn’t enough to satisfy your zombie killing bloodlust, Telltale Games (of Sam & Max fame) have recently secured the rights to publish a “multi-year, multi-platform, multi-title” series of games based on the Walking Dead series. They are aiming to release…
Unfortunately, if you thought you were going to be treated to pictures of us relaxing on a tropical island you are about to be disappointed.
However, if you love your games with zombies in it – and we are, that’s for sure – then be prepared to clobber seven shades of **** out of the walking dead on a tropical island. Sounds like the best holiday package not offered by Flight Centre doesn’t it?
No, not us – unfortunately – but a new open-world, online zombie survival franchise from Microsoft Game Studios and Undead Labs, codenamed ‘Class3.’ The game sounds a little like it has been influenced by the TV Series ‘The Walking Dead’, but that certainly would not be a bad thing.
It’s unknown if it was the perfect alignment of the sun with Table Mountain or something more sinister (or “drugs” – as one passerby said…), but Halloween 2010 in Cape Town may well be remembered as the day the dead walked.
It’s not just raging Steam boycotters that Valve has upset with the announcement of Left 4 Dead 2. According to the studio, the ESRB has also shown concern, causing Valve to edit the original cover art for the game which showed a hand with a thumb and two fingers chewed off. In order to satiate the demands of the censors, the famous Left 4 Dead hand will now be holding down two fingers, rather than having them torn from the palm.