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  • Dead Island 2 Makes the Zombie Apocalypse Look Like a Dream Vacation

    Dead Island 2 Makes the Zombie Apocalypse Look Like a Dream Vacation

    Zombie games–even the first Dead Island and its tropical setting–tend to be dark, drab and depressing. That’s not the case for Dead Island 2. At least if this first-look gameplay trailer is a fair representation of what the final game will be like. Sure, the […]

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  • Uncovering the New Features of Metro Redux

    Uncovering the New Features of Metro Redux

    Metro Redux may initially seem like it’s going to be just another remastered re-release cash grab, but watching this new trailer will give you a greater appreciation for how much work is going into updating Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light from last generation to […]

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  • Ryse Rises Out of Xbox One Exclusivity, PC Version Coming this Fall

    Ryse Rises Out of Xbox One Exclusivity, PC Version Coming this Fall

    Arguably the Xbox One’s two standout launch exclusives will soon no longer be exclusive. Joining Dead Rising 3 in the jump from Xbox One to PC, Crytek’s third-person Roman Empire action game Ryse: Son of Rome will be available to Windows personal computer gamers this […]

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  • Help Build the Ultimate Dead Island 2 Collector’s Edition

    Help Build the Ultimate Dead Island 2 Collector’s Edition

    Once again, as was done with Dead Island: Riptide and Saints Row IV, Deep Silver is turning to the gaming community to help decide what content will be included in the collector’s edition for Dead Island 2 when it launches in the spring of 2015 […]

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  • Escape Dead Island for a Dead Island 2 Beta Invite

    Escape Dead Island for a Dead Island 2 Beta Invite

    What’s this? Another Dead Island game? Why of course, because you know Deep Silver won’t stop milking this zombie franchise until it stops making buku bucks. Designed to bridge the gap between the original Dead Island and next-year’s Dead Island 2, Escape Dead Island is […]

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  • Metro Redux August Launch Date Confirmed

    Metro Redux August Launch Date Confirmed

    More big news from Deep Silver today! Metro Redux, the combo pack featuring remastered versions of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light (including all DLC), will hit North American retailers and digital download storefronts for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 26th. Standalone […]

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  • Saints Row IV Honored as a True National Treasure

    Saints Row IV Honored as a True National Treasure

    Deep Silver has announced that Saints Row IV is joining the respective Greatest Hits / Platinum Hits budget catalogs on PS3 and Xbox 360. Beginning July 8th, the game will sell for only $29.99. But this new wallet-friendly version won’t be just the base game […]

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  • E3 2014: Spec Ops: The Line Devs Planning Trips to Dead Island and Outer Space Next Year

    E3 2014: Spec Ops: The Line Devs Planning Trips to Dead Island and Outer Space Next Year

    Yager Development, the independent German studio behind the narratively clever, somewhat generic, yet overall solid third-person shooter Spec Ops: The Line from 2012, resurfaced in a big way at E3 this year, announced as the developer in charge of two upcoming Unreal Engine 4-powered titles. […]

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  • E3 2014: Crytek Leads the Homefront Revolution on PC, PS4, Xbox One

    E3 2014: Crytek Leads the Homefront Revolution on PC, PS4, Xbox One

    Been wondering what Crytek has been up to with Homefront since acquiring the IP during the THQ going out of business fire sale? Well, here’s your first look! The makers of Crysis and the original Far Cry, collaborating with publisher Deep Silver, will be releasing […]

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  • Remastered Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light Announced for PC, PS4 and Xbox One

    Remastered Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light Announced for PC, PS4 and Xbox One

    To learn that 4A Games and Deep Silver are re-mastering Metro: Last Light for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (and PC) comes as no major surprise. We’ve already seen a number of recent last-gen titles get enhanced or “definitive” re-releases. The real surprise is the […]

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