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Dead Island Riptide - Xbox 360

Lord Karnage will describe this when he's good and ready!! All hail Lord Karnage, the Vectrex and his magic El Camino.
  • Release date: 2013
  • Genre: Horror
  • Developer: Techland
  • Publisher: Deep Silver
  • Rating: Mature (M)
  • Players: 1-4 Players, Co-op
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The combat and missions are very much the same as before, so if you liked the first game you'll enjoy this one too. The big difference to me is that this game focuses on water environments, like swamps, and you have to use boats to get around more often than before. To me the storyline has been the weakest part in both games, although I liked this one better. You buy this game for the same reasons as the first one: gory zombie-killing, beautiful open-world exploration, and awesome weapons.

i didnt enjoy this as much as the first one. it just feels like a big DLC same kinda game play, few new zombies but just more fetch quests. if you liked the first one give this one a try just for the heck of it

Dead Island Riptide is Dead Island 1.5. If the first one didn't grab you, this one brings nothing new to the table, for better or worse. The only noticeable improvement is in the level design and textures, with environments that can be stunning and fun to explore. The combat is largely the same, which I don't believe needed to be messed with. Its a very weighty melee focused first person action adventure. This is the game you play with all dialogue volume turned off with heavy metal blaring.


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