State of Decay 2 doesn’t even bother to make it seem like its characters even want to be alive in the world.
Dead Rising 4 is a defanged sequel unlikely to satisfy fans of the series or appeal to new ones.
Playing the game’s campaign on the standard settings frees up timed events to allow a more casual and manageable playthrough.
Creepy whistles and synthesized music echo through the speakers, and the strong visual style of the game’s many camera angles compel you to keep exploring.
The farcical crime-saga background, the boisterously cheesy dialogue supported by exceptional voice acting, and satisfyingly oddball cutscenes are creative peaks, but the game plays like complete rubbish.
Bludgeoning zombies is pleasurable, and yet not quite as pleasurable as it should be, in Dead Island, Techland’s open-world semi-RPG.
As the fall and winter months barrel down upon us, so does the cavalcade of retail video game releases.