Posts tagged zombie games
There’s just over 15 hours to go until the much-anticipated Left 4 Dead 2 is released, and this Zombiephile can hardly wait! With new gameplay modes (Scavenge, Realism), new weapons (including the much-vaunted melee weapons), four new characters, and all new special zombies to slay, Left 4 Dead 2 promises to be a substantial improvement over the first Left 4 […]
Just when you thought House of the Dead was dead and gone, the Nintendo Wii brings it back to life – Grindhouse style!
The much-anticipated Left 4 Dead 2 PC Demo, which was scheduled to be released on Tuesday, 10/27/2009, to pre-purchase customers, has been officially delayed until Wednesday, 10/28/2009.
Well, if you weren’t already crapping your pants with anticipation for Left 4 Dead 2, you’ll probably do so after seeing this Left 4 Dead 2 gameplay video – it’s the Bayou Cabin level.
This new Left 4 Dead 2 trailer (supposedly a leaked Left 4 Dead 2 trailer) is quite possibly the best video game trailer I’ve ever seen. Without a doubt, it’s the best zombie game trailer of all time.
The demo version of Left 4 Dead 2 will become available for gameplay on October 27th…for those people lucky enough to have pre-ordered the zombie game.
Z-Day is a massive, real-time social experiment – like War of the Worlds meets Balloon Boy meets #IranElection.
On October 30th, 2009, dedicated Zombiephiles on Twitter will simulate a zombie outbreak, tagging their zombie-related tweets with the #zday hashtag. The resulting real-time stream of tweets will be known as Z-Day and will be remembered by zombiephiles around the world for centuries to come (or, more likely, about a week or so).
Everybody loves a good zombie survival hero. Ever wondered which one you’d turn out to be? Wonder no more – our Which Zombie Survival Hero Are You quiz should set you straight.
Well, Australian zombiephiles, you can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Apparently people at Valve and the Australian game classification board have been reading this zombie blog, because they’ve gone ahead and approved a modified version of Left 4 Dead 2 for sale in Australia.
Fans of the wildly popular zombie game will recall that the Australian game classification board had refused the game for classification citing realistic, high-impact violence. Not to be deterred, Valve developers quickly got to work modifying the game, removing some of the elements that the game classification board cited as among the most inappropriate, including “decapitations, dismemberment, wound detail, or piles of bodies lying about the environment.”
Valve released this week a new campaign for Left 4 Dead, called Crash Course; it was the first new campaign released for the zombie game since the game was released. Still, though, Crash Course may not be enough to satiate Left 4 Dead fans who worry that Valve will cease development for the first Left 4 Dead game once they release Left 4 Dead 2.