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Post by Dan @ 10:58am 19/09/12 | 3 Comments
The first cinematic trailer for the original Dead Island caught a lot of well-deserved attention, even from those that didn't think too much of the game, and developer Techland has tried to capture that spirit again for the upcoming follow-up Dead Island Riptide:
Furious monsoon rainstorms have laid waste to the island of Palanai in the Banoi archipelago, waters have risen and caused a flood disaster -- because of this and the raging zombie invasion, a rescue mission for the survivors seems to be without prospect of success. All hope seems to have been lost for the surviving humans...
For the latest slow-motion, high-emotion zombie apocalypse cinematic set a slow piano soundtrack, check out the new Dead Island Riptide trailer below.

Dead Island Riptide is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2013.













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D3FCON
Posted 06:54pm 19/9/12
sooo excited i was praying for some more
infi
Posted 10:59pm 19/9/12
holy shit. want.
BladeRunner
Posted 11:32pm 19/9/12
I really should finish Dead Island, I still have it installed.
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