Dead Island Riptide Previews - PS3

Dead Island Riptide
Game Description: Dead Island Riptide is the zombie-fueled sequel to Deep Silver's breakout open-world survival-horror game, Dead Island.
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    Dead Island Riptide PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    Learn more details about the new features behind Dead Island Riptide as G4tv interview Sebastian Reichart, Creative Producer at Techland, at PAX Prime 2012.

    Posted: Sep 5, 2012 | 18,995 Views | 03:25

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    Dead Island Riptide First Look Preview -- We Have to Go Back...and Kill More Zombies!

    Repack your bags and make sure to bring extra zombie repellent as we take you on our first terrifying trip to the new zombie-filled environs of Dead Island Riptide.

    Posted: Aug 31, 2012

  • Dead Island Riptide "Hub Defense" Gameplay Walkthrough Video

    Posted: January 24, 2013

    2,954 Views | 09:18

  • Dead Island "No Room In Hell" Music Video

    Posted: November 15, 2012

    3,882 Views | 04:48

  • Dead Island Riptide Cinematic Trailer

    Posted: September 18, 2012

    8,216 Views | 02:14

  • Dead Island Riptide PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    Posted: September 5, 2012

    18,995 Views | 03:25


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