Dead Island Riptide Trailer

The first Dead Island game had some good moments. Unfortunately it could of used a lot more polish and variety. Let me put it this way. It was an open world game that I never felt compelled or encouraged to explore. Seeing this CGI trailer for Dead Island Riptide doesn’t really get me excited for a sequel. If you recall the team at Techland released a very emotional and some what controversial trailer for the original game. This trailer doesn’t invoke emotion nearly as much as the other one did. Maybe you have a different take on it. Watch the video and let us know.

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4 Responses to “Dead Island Riptide Trailer”

  1. PatMan says:

    Meh. Another Zombie game.

  2. _G_ says:

    Yeah! ANOTHER Zombie game!

    I agree it is not as intense as the first trailer, but this one still kicks ass. I think Techland is leading the the gaming world with their trailers, at least with clever swerves in what is being depicted. I'm sure others will disagree, since we all have our own biases. But considering the lack of variety of genres in the upcoming Xmas rush, I'm much more interested in this than Call of Medal of Halo Front 21. FPS is deader than zombies in gaming (LOL, I will likely pick up Halo provided PatMan returns to play online).

    It's a shame you didn't explore the Island. There were some nice little easter eggs hidden in it. The best (and hardest enemy) was Jason who you could only temporarily kill and was literally a tank of an enemy. Nice homage to the Crystal Lake killer.

  3. PatMan says:

    "Yeah! ANOTHER Zombie game! " I think G is a Zombie addict! Next he will be swimming in a pool dressed up like a Zombie for a commercial or something….

    The only Zombie game that I have any real interest in is ZombieU, and then I need to see more footage.
    I am surprised that you are not into the Zombie U G.

    • _G_ says:

      It looks awesome, actually. The question though, is do I purchase a console for it. The answer to that remains to be seen.