Four brave survivors must stand against the tide of an undead minifig army. Armed with few weapons, two unfortunately bald heads, and a bag full of snappy one-liners, they will repel the brick zombies.
Alright, take a moment to admire the beauty and detail.
Dead Rising had some pretty ridiculous moments, certainly, though they tended to be sandwiched between runs to the bathroom and epic chainsawing sessions filled with flying limbs. For the sequel, it looks like Capcom is taking the craziness a few steps further.
You know what goes really well with Left 4 Dead? The Mushroom Kingdom. It’s genius! How did it take so long?
Bright colors, blocky environments, and hordes of raging infected running around among the zombie-like goombas.
Minesweeper is one of the things I miss from running Windows. I’m sure there are browser versions available, but it’s just not the same as opening up that friendly little window and clicking around, only to have my butt blasted across the room.
Amazing Left 4 Dead custom campaigns make me want to leave my Xbox behind and buy a gaming PC, and this new one only makes me more jealous than ever. This in-progress campaign is modeled after the movie Shaun of the Dead, directed by Edgar Wright.
Zombie Desert has everything you (and by you, I mean I) want in a game: zombies, violence, deserts, and the 1950s. Oh, wait, is that a tiny shotgun? I’ve died and gone to homebrew heaven.
The design is simple, dark, pixelated, maybe even perfect for a run-and-gun zombie game.
Valve isn’t really known for pumping out sequels at lightning pace, like a lot of game companies, so despite all of the bigger news coming out of E3, this is certainly one of the surprises. Not only are they preparing a sequel to the wildly popular zombie game Left 4 Dead, but it’s coming out this fall–only a year after the original.
It’s really difficult to fight hordes of zombies without some serious snacks. You’ve got to keep your energy up, after all, and most of us don’t find random bottles of energizing pills around… so instead, we eat cookies.
Zombie Haiku could possibly be the best book title of the year (although I think Pride and Prejudice and Zombies comes in a close second).
Author Ryan Mecum’s humorous book features the 5-7-5 poetic stylings of the undead masses, including such literary gems as:
With a strong sucking,
they pop right into my mouth.
It’s really not fair to call this brilliant photoset cosplay; instead, we should call this recreation of Left 4 Dead art. Nightzero’s homage to the zombie apocalypse shooter combines photography, digital art, and yes, okay, cosplay.
Capcom today confirmed that Dead Rising 2 is coming to not only the Xbox 360, but to the PS3 and PC too. Not too much else is known yet, but any game that involves bashing zombies over the head with a roulette wheel is fine by me.
Capcom really thinks Resident Evil fans are willing to spend a lot of money. First, they announced the $90 Collector’s Edition of Resident Evil 5, a megabox packed with all sorts of essentials, like a necklace, a patch, and a figurine.
There’s nothing more romantic than a midnight escape across the rooftops, just you, your lover, and as much ammo as you can carry, as the ravenous undead hordes slobber below you, rotting arms waving in a symphony of rage and hunger.