Excited for all of the Nazi zombie goodness that's dropping tomorrow via DLC on Call of Duty: Black-Ops? Well, you will be once you check out this new trailer and screens brimming with undead mayhem! From the Press Release
The amount of zombie content packed into Call of Duty: Black Ops is nothing short of astounding. It's like a game in and of itself. Sure it's just wave after wave of undead mayhem but damn it, it's a blast and there's even more on the way! From the Press Release
E3 is in full swing now, and along with the new trailers that debuted recently for both Activision Publishing's Prototype 2 and Deep Silver's Dead Island, gameplay videos have surfaced online for both games. And of course we have them for you right here!
The 2011 E3 Gaming Expo runs from June 7th-9th this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and already new trailers are coming in like wildfire. First up we have the Prototype 2 E3 trailer - Check it out and find out why Heller is so ticked off at Mercer. From the Press Release:
Remember that really wicked one-sheet we showed you a few days ago for today's Xbox 360 DLC release of Call of Duty: Black Ops titled "Call of the Dead" starring Danny Trejo, Robert Englund, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michael Rooker, and George A. Romero? Yeah, you know the one. You're still drooling over it. How would you like a chance to own one of these bad boys?
If you're a horror fan and a gamer then you already know about the zombie goodness launching this Tuesday on Xbox 360 for Call of Duty: Black Ops titled "Call of the Dead" starring Danny Trejo, Robert Englund, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michael Rooker, and George A. Romero. In the mail today we got an incredible promotional one-sheet that we needed to share.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombie DLC Features Danny Trejo, Robert Englund, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michael Rooker, George A. Romero
Two words here people ... Holy and Shit! Remember that last story when I wrote it's getting harder and harder to surprise us? Well I am eating those very words yet again! Word has come down regarding the new Zombie DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops and when you read it you may just die yourself! From the Press Release
A new trailer and poster has hit our offices for the latest sequel looking to climb its way to the top of the horror gaming mountain, Prototype 2 is here and we've got the goods for ya as per usual. From the Press Release:
Even though the Call of Duty franchise is mainly a combat-based first-person shooter, the robust zombie mode that can be found on Call of Duty: Black Ops is pretty damned impressive for genre fans. To say it's robust is a bit of an understatement, but it sounds as if Activision has something really special planned for zombie fans in the next bit of DLC.
Know what we love here at Dread Central? Getting the mail! You just never know what you're going to find. Case in point ... recently we got an unmarked prep package for the upcoming Activision video game Prototype 2. Dig on what we found inside below. From the Press Release:
The original Prototype features just about everything we could want in a video game. Zombies. Super powers. The ability to drop an elbow on a tank after leaping off of a skyscraper. Yep. That's the good stuff. With Prototype 2 on tap for next year, Activision has blessed us with a truly graceful new trailer. Dig it! From the Press Release:
Zombies, super powers, and the ability to karate kick a moving helicopter out of the sky. Yep, there's not much more we want out of a video game, and in this quick teaser for Prototype 2 that's exactly what we get. From the Press Release
Activision Publishing, Inc., and developer Treyarch announced today the release of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies soundtrack. Available through all the major digital media retailers, the Zombies soundtrack features for the first time, in their entirety, 17 original tracks composed by Treyarch for the wildly popular Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies game mode.
One of our favorite games from last year was the zombie infested open world game, Prototype. As always, you just can't keep a good ghoul down as Activision has officially announced a sequel and even provided a trailer to whet your monstrous appetite. From the Press Release
Updated: Added some Images from Zombie Mode.