Dying Light is a welcome surprise into the open world action genre. We break down the first hours including the experiences that make this game a blast to play.
We joked around on the podcast a few weeks back that a licensed adventure game about zombies should have never worked, but it did. Last year Telltale Games delivered one of best games I had ever played... period. Season One…
“World War Z” has little to do with the beloved Max Brooks novel, so pretend the movie has a different title and save yourself some belly-aching. The film follows Brad Pitt (played by Brad Pitt) on a global adventure to investigate a rapidly spreading pandemic.
State of Decay is a 3rd person adventure game set in a post apocalyptic open world… with zombies. The goal of the game is not unlike this year’s indie gem Don’t Starve; build a base, collect supplies, and survive for as long as humanly possible. Perma-death heightens the tension as each and every zombie battle could quickly turn you into worm food. In terms of survival horror, State of Decay does something that other titles of the genre have been trying to accomplish for years, it manages to make the losses real, and the horror truly horrifying.
With the help of IGN, Project S.E.R.A. is back in the form of a webseries on IGN’s new START YouTube Channel. While the internet is surely no stranger to zombie infused web content, Project S.E.R.A. brings quality direction and Freddie Wong quality gun play to the web. If this is what the future holds for web video, we’re all in for a very spoiled future
Every once in a while a title comes along that changes the way games are made, played, and regarded. Telltale’s Walking Dead takes the adventure game genre and smashes it into a billion messy gore-drenched pieces. By the time you walk away from Episode 3, you’ll never look at adventure games the same again.
Jill Sandwich anyone? Big news for Resident Evil fans, the very first Resident Evil themed restaurant opens on 13th July in Japan, by the name of “Biohazard Cafe & Grill S.T.A.R.S.”
The Walking Dead is on Xbox / PC / PS3. Episode 2 is available now on Xbox, with PC and PS3 availability Friday, June 29th.
Brand new theme song from Jimmy Hinson aka Big Giant Circles!! We talk Gears, Star Wars, Zombies, pre-E3, Microsoft, Comics, Mass Effect, Dragon’s Dogma, Max Payne 3. On this music inspired episode you tell us what the soundtrack to your life would sound like. Thank you BGC!
By now you’ve heard, the dead are coming back to life and feasting on the warm juicy flesh of the living! … on the PC and Mac. Ever since Robert Kirkman first gifted us with his apocalyptic zombie talk that “never ends”, we’ve been very vocal about our love for the Walking Dead.
Are you burnt out on zombies? Well I’m not. The nerdy ladies of Team Unicorn, including our amigo Milynn Sarley (again a one sided friendship) gave us a nice gift for the holidays wrapped in the entrails of the undead! What is this gift you ask? An amazingly produced zombie survival video, that’s what!