Review – Dead Island


What makes the perfect zombie game? Is it the challenge? The weapons? Maybe more than anything it’s the pace at which you make your heroic escape. Or in Dead Island’s case, How many you help and save only to get stabbed in the back in the end.

Dead Island takes place…go figure, on an island. You wake to discover you are alone and confused on the events of the last 24 hours. A voice from the intercom of a hotel gives you advice on how to make it out of the hotel. After a fall in an elevator and a run from the little leaches you arrive once again to unconsciousness.

Reawakened from dreams unknown, you are asked to save some crazy git who ended up outside the hut. Grabbing your trust boat paddle you rush out and save said idiot. This begins the never ending quests for help and pointless adventures.

Overall I say Dead Island is great for a infected game. The Rpg style is really close to many others that I have played. Which isn’t always a bad thing. If you enjoy a constant challenge this game is recommended. If you want to just kill maybe try another Zombie game. Left for Dead is great for running and gunning. Dead Island will bring out the survivalist in all.

Advertisements

One thought on “Review – Dead Island

  1. […] Champion Games The Best in Gaming News Skip to content HomeThe Opinion SectionMy Top 100 Modern GamesClans: Destructive to GamersIs Technology Ruining Video Games?Games of 2011Assassin’s Creed: RevelationBatman Arkham CityBattlefield 3Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Dead Rising 2: Off the RecordForza Motorsport 4Gears of War 3Gears of War 3 Beta – ReviewPrototype 2RageResident Evil: Operation Raccoon CityResistance 3Shadows of the DamnedSSX: Deadly DecentThe Elder Scrolls 5: SkyrimTwisted MetalUncharted 3: Drake’s DeceptionPS3 Console Exclusives 2011Xbox 360 Console Exclusives 2011Multi-Platform Releases in 2011Games of 2012Anarchy ReignsBioshock: InfiniteDarkSiders IIDragon’s DogmaFinal Fantasy XIII-2Halo 4InversionKingdoms of Amalur: ReckoningMass Effect 3Prey 2RocksmithSoul Calibur VPlayStation 4Media ← Review – Dead Island […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s