Nether Gets a Full Release and New Trailer

Guns, the twisted mutant dead, and dancing. If you are a fan of any of the aforementioned, then today is your Woodstock because Nether has received a full release on Steam. Graduating from early access, the game is now fully available for $14.99.

Survival Game Nether Adds New Features Crafting and Creature Mode

Surviving in the ruins of Nether is no easy task, and now players have new choices thanks to a feature update for the first-person urban survival game that includes crafting and a creature mode. Check out the new trailer!

Urban Survival Game Nether Launches Early Access on Steam

Looking for something to do tomorrow in between bobbing for apples and filling the sacks of trick or treaters? How about playing Phosphor Games' survival horror MMO Nether, which now has early access on Steam? And it's 10 percent off to boot!

New Trailer and Early Access Info for Phosphor Games' Nether

A new trailer has arrived for Phosphor Games' upcoming survival horror MMO Nether, and they have also announced that if you pre-order it, you will receive early access on October 31, 72-hour guest game keys for friends, as well as other in-game perks.

First Details on Urban Survival-Horror MMO Nether for PC

The first details are here for Nether, an upcoming survival-horror game. A persistent-world, massively multiplayer online game based entirely in an urban setting, Nether challenges players to survive day-to-day while trying to uncover the truth behind the apocalyptic event that has changed mankind forever.

Concept Art for Undead Labs' New Zombie Game Code-Named Class3

A while back we told you about industry veteran Jeff Strain's formation of his newest company, Undead Labs, whose sole focus will be to create the definitive massively multi-player online zombie game (MMOZ) for console gamers. Today we have even more news and some wicked concept art! Dig it! From the Press Release

Zombie Fans Rejoice! Undead Labs Working on the Ultimate Living Dead Laden MMO

If you're like me, you don't understand the appeal of MMO's like World of Warcraft. I don't want to enchant items or do fairy dances. I want to kill zombies. I want to paint the screen red with gore. I want to dance in their infected entrails. I want to .... wait, getting carried away. Ahem. Ok, a new company called Undead Labs may have just the game people like us have been waiting to sink our teeth into.