The resort-based first-person zombie basher, Dead Island, is getting a multiplayer online battle arena makeover in Dead Island Epidemic. It looks as though Deep Silver is offering to let us join in on the beta.
As a form of curtain call for small packs of downloadable content, Volition and Deep Silver have dropped five pieces of DLC for Saints Row 4.
The Saints are back in Stilwater with chaos and mayhem to spread. In the likely last chapter to be released on Xbox 360s and PS3, the Saints have a new menace and it came from outer space! What is going on here -- isn’t this series bizarre enough already?
The latest Saints Row IV news is a doozy. Turns out the game is going to be banned in Australia. “Why?” you may ask. Get this… giant purple alien probes. And no, we're not showing the weapon on here. Use your imagination with what we've cropped out.
Hail to the Chief in this weird Saints Row IV trailer.
In a crowded marketplace overflowing with first person shooters, it’s not easy to make a game stand out from the competition. Fortunately, the developers behind Metro: Last Light have a genre that hasn’t been explored too deeply by the rest of the world. Sure, the post-apocalyptic genre has become pretty commonplace, but post-apocalyptic Russia? That's another story entirely.
When Dead Island: Riptide’s premium “Zombie Bait Edition” was first being teased, developer Deep Silver revealed what might have been the most grotesque collector’s edition bonus yet. It was a large plastic torso of a bikini clad woman whose arms, legs, and head had been ripped off.
The follow-up to the surprise hit of the same title, Dead Island: Riptide is now on shelves and ready for you to play with your buddies. Some of you are like me -- you’d heard of the zombie RPG original but missed it in the flood of constant video game releases. So, with fresh and untarnished eyes, here’s my look at Dead Island: Riptide.