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What if, zombies in games weren’t just machine gun fodder? What if there was a way to bring back the tension that comes from being slowly, inevitably hunted? Let’s take a look at how a few games have tried to bring scary zombies back to gaming.
If you’ve got some time and a bit of imagination these subtle references can take on a host of unexpected implications.
The next episodic entry of Io-Interactive’s, Hitman series launches on May 31, 2016.
Telltale Publishing has teamed up with The Fun Pimps to bring their survival horde crafting game to console players starting next month.
Conflict, the second content update for Tom Clancy’s The Division is now available. This is part of Ubisoft’s post-launch plan to keep The Division experience fresh with ongoing content.
You may remember the folks at Omega Force for their Dynasty Warriors series and Hyrule Warriors. Should we expect another hack-and-slash powerhouse?
With Homefront: The Revolution finally available worldwide, Dambuster Studios took to their Facebook page today to address some of the issues players have been enduring.
I Want You Back, But Let’s Set a Few Things Straight
The Greater Korean Republic may have lost the battle, but the war is still going strong in Homefront: The Revolution.
If anyone needed a reason to get back into Fallout 4, the new Far Harbor add-on looks to deliver one.
With Resident Evil 7, it seems like Capcom has finally taken notice of fan’s disappointment with the franchise straying so far into the action genre.