We all can't wait for Activision's The Walking Dead arriving next year. A couple of new screenshots have been revealed to show you the adventure that is awaiting us all in this action-packed zombie apocalypse.
While we all wait patiently for the announcement of what to expect when zombies rear their undead heads in Call of Duty: Black Ops II (we're told the amount of content is BIGGER than ever), a new multiplayer trailer has arrived. Check it out!
The good folks over at Activision have sent over all the available details of their official The Walking Dead: Video Game, along with some early art and a much better look at the drool worthy trailer. Check it out and grab your ammo!
Activision has announced that they will be developing a first-person shooter based on The Walking Dead! The game will be centered around Daryl Dixon and his brother Merle and is not to be confused with Telltale Games' game series.
In the latest episode of Happywax's Horror Vault, we get an in-depth look into the zombie mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The undead will rise in Call of Duty: Black Ops II when it releases on November 12 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Last week, Activision and Treyarch announced their plans to release Call of Duty: Black Ops II on November 13, 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, and the announcement came with the launch of the official Call of Duty: Black Ops II website and a new reveal trailer.
"Zombies are coming...Where’s your shotgun?" was posted on the official Call of Duty: Black Ops II Facebook page. The announcement comes only days after the launch of the official website and the first revealed trailer for the upcoming sequel that will release for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on November 13, 2012.
Dark Horse and Radical Entertainment Teaming for Comic Series that Bridges Prototype and Prototype 2
Hot on the heels of our recent interview with Radical Entertainment's Design Director Matt Armstrong comes the news that Radical, the creator of Prototype 2, and Dark Horse Comics, the leading publisher of gaming comics and graphic novels, have joined forces to create an all-new comic series set in the Prototype universe.
Radical Entertainment's Design Director Matt Armstrong began his career in the video game industry over 13 years ago working on the seminal classic Final Fantasy VII as a QA Tester. A few short weeks of this was enough to convince Matt that his future lay more in the creative arts, and he soon found himself working as a 3D modeler, texture artist and animator before eventually finding himself drawn into the world of game design. Since then, Matt has worked in senior design positions at Blitz Games, Rockstar Games and Radical Entertainment, culminating in his current role as Design Director for Prototype 2.
The fight is on, and in this latest developer diary for the upcoming Activision video game Prototype 2, we get to learn all about the art of combat and just how deadly the upcoming battle is likely to be. Check it out!
As a writer for Dread Central, I'm no stranger to odd packages. The blood-stained funnel in an evidence bag ... the bronze Olympic medal warning that "Death doesn't like to be cheated" and even some years back a lone Joker card that almost caused my death at the hands of rabid geek friends. What came this week was not that peculiar when measured up against these strange artifacts, but it is certainly the first time I've gotten blueprints for death rays in the mail!
Ready for the final chapter in the Call of Duty Nazi Zombie saga? You will be after you see this latest video. Bring on the Rezurrection! We have some undead bastards in serious need of a lead headache!
We love the smell of Nazi zombies in the morning. Well, that's not true. The buggers stink like hell, but damnit we love popping them in the heads with some well placed artillery! The first ever all-zombie DLC is on its way to Call of Duty: Black Ops, and we have a preview you don't wanna miss!
Here's the thing. If you would have told us this time last year that Call of Duty: Black Ops would be sporting more zombie content than both Left 4 Dead games put together, we'd have called you crazy! However ...