Earlier this week, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition arrived on the PS4. It's a tweaked, graphically enhanced version of the already-good 2010 PS3 game; a relentless, arcade-y zombie shooter made by Housemarque, the same people who made Super Stardust and Resogun.
Top-down shooter Dead Nation will be out on PS4 next week. It's free for PS Plus members in March, and the PS4 version has a couple of new features, like a broadcast mode in which viewers can affect the difficulty of your game.
When PlayStation Store returns (reports suggest that will be May 24), PS3 account holders may choose two free games from a list being offered by Sony. One of those is Dead Nation (pictured), and the studio behind it told Edge magazine it's worried what the glut of free games might do to efforts to sell its latest…
Last month Sony asked PlayStation 3 owners to vote for the best PlayStation Network Games of 2010 across four different categories. Only two of the winners directly involved zombies.
Game developers, please stop making zombie games when you stop making good ones. The PlayStation 3-exclusive Dead Nation is allowed. It's a good one.
The PlayStation 3 may get its next great top-down shooter later this month when the zombie-infested Dead Nation—you know, from the creators of the most excellent Super Stardust HD—comes to the PlayStation Network.
Dead Nation producer Damion Pinnock has thrown down the gauntlet.
Click to viewSuper Stardust HD developers Housemarque know twin-stick shooters. And there isn't a target more ideal than walking rotting flesh. Hence, Dead Nation, a PlayStation 3 exclusive that had better be at E3 2010.
Look, when you're close to the action, sometimes games like Dead Nation slip through the cracks. While at Gamescom this week, we didn't get to devote much time to quietly announced PSN games like Dead Nation.