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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:16pm 09/03/09 | 5 Comments
At least that's the line from Doublesix, developers behind the infectious Geometry Wars Galaxies when pitching their latest arcade property, Burn Zombie Burn, which is being published by Kuju Entertainment for the PlayStation Network

They sent through a reminder today the game is on its way to a PS3 near you on March 26th, and to gear yourself up for the Zombie burning fun, we have a trailer for you to check out right here.

You can also check out the official site right here for more info.












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Dan
Posted 12:31pm 09/3/09
I know it's their pitch, but it's really nothing like Geometry Wars. It's just another Zombies ate my Neighbours clone.
d0mino
Posted 12:53pm 09/3/09
zombies are the new WWII
d[o_0]b
Posted 12:56pm 09/3/09
zombies are the new WWII


COD5 really beat the dead horse on that one didnt they
BatS***
Posted 02:04pm 09/3/09
This is Smash TV 3.

Hopefully it's got cooop.
Varchld
Posted 03:37pm 09/3/09
Zombies ate my neighbours was good...back in it's time. It looked better then this too.
I guess we'll see.
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