On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have roundabout rockets, car dismounts, DOTA 2 bromances, horses doing push-ups, and much more!
The terrific and often overlooked zombie survival game State of Decay has got a new version out today on PC and Xbox One. If you missed it the first time around, it’s worth checking out.
You remember zombie game State of Decay? Turns out that at one stage that game was full of dicks. And I'm not talking about the players.
Some exciting news for Xbox gamers: Microsoft just confirmed the release dates for three rad-looking games that are all coming out this Spring—i.e., soon. The games are Ori and the Blind Forest (March 11th, $19.99), Screamride (March 3rd, $39.99), and the Xbox One version of State of Decay (April 28th, $29.99). Woo!
State of Decay, Microsoft's entrant into the ever-growing field of open-world zombie games, is coming to the Xbox One next year, the company just announced.
Let's see if combat boots and camouflage make surviving a zombie apocalypse any easier.
Even in video game terms, this week has been chock full of zombie news. Sony and Microsoft, the dueling juggernauts of the console market, both offered up fresh and appropriately gory details about their respective (and exclusive) open-world games about killing the living dead—H1Z1 and State of Decay.
Today Microsoft streamed an hour of State of Decay's military-themed Lifeline expansion running on Xbox 360. I love State of Decay and think the expansion sounds cool, so I'll be playing this on PC as soon as it comes out. (Which happens in June.)
I'm a big fan of State of Decay, the little zombie game that could. I didn't get into it until a few months after it came out, but it quickly became one of my favorite games of 2013. We're finally getting a bona fide expansion, and it sounds cool.
In twenty thirteen, it was a very good year. It was a very good year for video games, with zombies and dames, killing monsters with flames... oh the things we've seen... in twenty thirteen.
It's not quite the finished version of the game, but if PC gamers want to get in on the sprawling, weird, generally very enjoyable open-world zombie game State of Decay on their platform of choice, they can do so tomorrow.
I first watched Chris playing the enjoyable-looking (and hugely popular) Xbox 360 zombie survival game State of Decay, I've wanted to dive in and play it. But I've also wanted to wait for it to come to PC. Good news, then: The game is certainly going to arrive on Steam, though it's still not clear when.
People like zombie video games? Go figure. State of Decay has sold more than 500,000 copies since its June 5 release on Xbox Live, making it the service's fastest-selling original game of all time. A Steam version is still in the works, says Undead Labs.
Between DayZ, ZombiU, Left 4 Dead 2 and The Walking Dead, I thought I was burnt out on zombie games. Well, it turns out I was wrong.
Here's a new trailer for State of Decay, a ridiculously ambitious RTS/shooter/zombie survival game that will be out this June for XBLA.
This is State of Decay, a new Microsoft-published Xbox Live Arcade game that might be one of the most ambitious digital titles I've ever seen. It's an RPG, and also an RTS, and also a zombie survival game, and also a simulator, and if you're confused by all this, I know exactly how you feel. You can watch some video…
The first trailer for Microsoft and Undead Labs' upcoming zombie shooter, State of Decay, focused almost entirely on action, even though we'd been told other aspects of survival were just as important.
In early 2011, Microsoft quietly announced an ambitious zombie game called Class3. Then said nothing about it for 18 months. It's back today, though, with a new name - State of Decay - and it's not looking too shabby.