Summary: Dead Island Riptide banks on you having really loved Dead Island . We're talking love to an unquenchable degree. Did you adore Dead Island , could you not get enough of its boundless slaughter and tropical zombie abominations? Riptide hopes so, because its sole purpose is to provide exactly more of it, and nothing further. The ironic thing is, Riptide is probably going to be most enjoyed by those completely new to the series.
Excerpt: Très tendance en ce moment dans divers médias, les zombies sont largement mis à l'honneur. Le studio de développement Techland a profité de cet engouement pour sortir Dead Island en 2011, un FPS teinté de survival horror. Dans l'absolu, le titre demeure plutôt bon, bien qu'il comporte un certain nombre de défauts, techniques pour la plupart. Toutefois, le soft demeure une excellente expérience en coopération, d'autant plus qu'il est possible d'y jouer jusqu'à quatre.
Excerpt: There’s trouble in paradise. The world as we know it is about to be changed forever. In 2011 the original Dead Island was released and it took the gaming community by storm. Featuring a four-player zombie survival action game mechanic which has more in common with Borderlands than it does with Left4Dead, Dead Island changed the way gamers see zombie action games.
Excerpt: Game development is hard. I'm not saying this from experience, but from a fair share of common sense gained from a world where game developers are having an increasingly difficult time staying afloat. Zombies, however, are a sure bet. Most of the more cynical denizens of the internet will tell you that Zombies are so 2009, but the only votes that count in the real world are measured in dollars and cents (and pounds and euros and yen, of course), and those votes are...
Excerpt: You can almost classify "zombie" as its own genre these days. Zombie-themed games have become so frequent as to become passé. Deep Silver's Dead Island: Riptide is just the latest in a string of flesh-eating undead titles in the past few years. Thankfully, its open-world multi-player take is still fairly fresh.