A new trailer has been released for Umbrella Corps. It shows new gameplay, locations, and a release date of May.
Dying Light is making sure that no buggy goes to waste in The Following – allowing you to deeply customise your motorised zombie crusher from the ground up.
Dying Light expansion, The Following, is shift its tone a little bit with some truly creepy cults in its new undead filled wasteland.
Excited for Dying Light’s massive The Following expansion? You might want to buy into it a little early to save yourself some money.
I flew to London to try out the completed Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and I have opinions about it… you can read them all here.
As usual, expect Call of Duty to be a game of three sides: Multiplayer, single-player and of course zombies. And speaking of the shambling undead, here’s a new trailer for the upcoming Giant mode and map in Call of Duty Black Ops 3 this year.
Couldn’t get enough of Dying Light at the beginning of this year? Well then the start of 2016 shouldn’t be any different, as The Following expansion gets an early release window.
Zombies are still popular. So are shooter games. So why not take the best parts from Call of Duty’s Zombie experience and spin it off into its own standalone game? That’s not going to happen. Not ever.
This year in Call of Duty, you’ll get 15 hours of single player, which you can play in whatever order you like.
Like sand through the hour glass these are the zombie times of Call of Duty Black Ops 3, or something.
Can you imagine a Call of Duty game without zombies? A hard task, and an idea that was almost set in stone when Treyarch was developing Call of Duty World at War.
Zombies! Can’t live with ’em, can’t unlive without the hungry buggers! HA! There’s a brand new zombie mode in the next Call of Duty game, so sharpen your axe and oil your gun before the brain-biters get you.