Zombies on motorcycles? Yep, zombies on motorcycles.
PC shooter Blacklight: Retribution is coming to the PS4. It was released in 2012 and ran on Unreal Engine 3, which may explain why the only way you could tell this was footage from a PS4 game is because I just told you it was from a PS4 game.
It's less than a week until the release of Resident Evil 6 and fans are anxiously awaiting the latest chapter in the Resident Evil franchise.
For some odd reason Wipeout 2048 lead designer Karl Jones and game director Stuart Tilley decided it was a good idea to explain in detail just how cool the futuristic PlayStation Vita racer was before they scrapped the terror-inducing Zombie secret game mode.
A few years back, a musical about a pot-smoking, rabble-rousing Nigerian political activist somehow became one of the most unexpected successes that the Broadway musical scene's ever witnessed. But, when you listen to music of the late Fela Kuti, that success seems a lot less unlikely.
Fake Peter Molyneux presents a trailer for a brilliantly fake game that blends bowling and survival horror to deliver something called a "cascore" experience.
Dead Island had been sending mixed signals—I wasn't able to tell whether this title was meant to be a goofy splatterfest or emotionally devastating. Having now had the chance to experience the game first hand, I think it's trying to be a little of both. Surprisingly, the combination works.
At last, a meeting of masterminds at Comic-Con New York. That's Keiji Inafune, creator of Capcom's Dead Rising series, and none other than Bruce Campbell, the iconic actor of The Evil Dead and other pillars of the zombie-film genre.
Mmmm... Nothing says "yum" like the walking dead. Or eating the walking dead. De-licious.
Where once they shuffled, now they run. Initially born of forbidden voodoo rituals or the sign of a religious apocalypse, for the past decade zombies have slowly metamorphosed into the by-products of something else entirely.
An idyllic American town plunges into murder and mayhem after a toxin finds its way into the water supply, leaving a sheriff, his deputy, his wife and her friend to survive a town now peopled by The Crazies in what looks an awful lot like a zombie apocalypse. Sound familiar?
Few months back, the announcement for Dante's Inferno had its cover blown by an accompanying movie deal. Oops. Today, we learn of another game courtesy not of a proper reveal, but of its licensing deal.