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Dead Island: Riptide screenshots

Dead Island: Riptide screenshots

One of the few releases of April shows up with some new images. Dead Island: Riptide is still scheduled for the end of this month on Xbox 360, PC and PS3.

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Commented on 2013-04-09 14:17:10
High heels in a zombie apocalypse.
Commented on 2013-04-09 14:28:05
Makes it easier to stomp their brains in.
Commented on 2013-04-09 15:49:18
I hope they will make another nice and original CG trailer. I loved the previous.
Commented on 2013-04-09 16:39:44
@Zat - have you seen this one:
http://gamersyde.com/news_dead_island_riptide_firs...
Commented on 2013-04-09 22:24:48
Uggh. As much as I enjoyed the original, this has to win most pointless "sequel" of the year award. After fighting for hours the last game to escape the zombie apocalypse, we get to......do it again?

Essentially same locations, same assets, mostly same cast of characters, graphics actually look worse for some reason. What's the point? Just makes me that much more pissed that they didn't do a proper next gen sequel like they should have. Could've been incredible...
Commented on 2013-04-10 05:40:23 In reply to michaelob
Posted by michaelob
Uggh. As much as I enjoyed the original, this has to win most pointless "sequel" of the year award. After fighting for hours the last game to escape the zombie apocalypse, we get to......do it again?

Essentially same locations, same assets, mostly same cast of characters, graphics actually look worse for some reason. What's the point? Just makes me that much more pissed that they didn't do a proper next gen sequel like they should have. Could've been incredible...
Feels like a quick cash in before moving to the next gen systems
Commented on 2013-04-10 08:33:16 In reply to spif2001
Yes I have. But thanks anyway. Watched it again. :-)

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