From the new Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies map Der Eisendrache, we’ve got a a wall-mounted dragon chomping on a freshly-shot Nazi zombie. The zombie-eating dragon is a step toward one of the mode’s more involved easter eggs, but watching a dragon eat a zombie is a reward unto itself.
Two things, guys: 1) This was an especially brutal, infuriating episode of The Walking Dead, so consider this your extra-special spoiler warning (although if you haven’t been spoiled already, you soon will be); and 2), I’m beginning to think Rick’s plan to herd the zombies out of Undead Gorge wasn’t a very good plan…
Replace the fridge at home with Roy Mueller’s zombie containment unit and you’ll scare off pretty much everyone.
Ever thought The Walking Dead would be better with cute anime high school girls? Well, Japan has heard your prayers.
Zombie-killing fans have been hearing a lot about the purportedly very large expansion pack for this year’s surprisingly excellent game Dying Light. But we haven’t actually seen that much of it yet. Developer Techland put out a 15 minute gameplay video for the DLC today, and it looks, well, game-changing.
ZombiU was a fantastic game when it launched alongside the Wii U. Years later, it’s arrived on other platforms with minor tweaks, including a new name: Zombi. As it turns out, it’s still great.
There have been rumors of Ubisoft porting the excellent Wii U launch title ZombiU to other platforms for a while, but now it’s official: Zombi (no more u!) arrives digitally on August 18.
Just when you thought you were done killing zombies, they give you...DUNE BUGGIES!!
It’s a lesson many people (and zombies) have learned the hard way—do not mess with Rick Grimes. But if you thought Rick taking charge of the Alexandria Safe Zone was somehow going to put an end to the group’s troubles, this lengthy, brutal Comic-Con trailer for season 6 will make you think again.
Call of Duty’s popular zombies mode returns in Black Ops III, and it’s surprisingly ambitious. It’s called Shadows of Evil, and not only has a full story, but it’s set in the 1940s and stars Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Neal McDonough, Ron Perlman, and Robert Picardo. What?!
Dust2 is the undisputed king of Counter-Strike maps. But as my colleague Nathan Grayson reported back in April, the very awesomeness of the level that’s made it such a classic has also posed a risk of making the shooter feel stale. What better way to liven things up than with the living dead?
Yesterday, Dying Light added a bow to the arsenal of weapons players can use to kill the undead. You might be wondering: “How does a months-old game justify dropping in a random new gizmo for killing, all of a sudden?” By making it really, really hard for players to get their hands on it.
This is a Nintendo Mii killing zombies by... making them do math in school. The deadliest maneuver!
In its unstoppable ascent to the upper echelons of the video game industry, weird-as-fuck indie game Goat Simulator is taking aim at the fiercest, most ubiquitous competition of all: zombie games. Watch out, Dying Light!
Many found Dying Light surprisingly, refreshingly difficult when it first came out. But time can make even the grossest of zombies appear woefully pedestrian. Mods to the rescue!
Ah, April 1st. The silliest day in gaming. Dying Light is choosing to celebrate the occasion by treating its legions of zombies like the ragdoll-ish punching bags they truly are.
A game like this wouldn't be about important decisions or character development, but rather blowing up endless armies of zombies in a top-down view.
Dying Light was already a tough game for many people when it first came out, but a new patch this week answered other players' demands by making it even harder.
Dying Light patched out its famous loot-harvesting weapon-duplication trick once again this week. And once again, someone found another way to perform the same exploit. Follow the new instructions in the video above, especially if you need help surviving hard mode. Thanks to Reddit's Uber-Lurker for the PSA.…
Dying Light will get its long-awaited "hard mode" on March 10th, Techland said today. Can't wait! In addition to that free update, a $5 "Survivor Bundle" will also be released, giving players three additional character skins and four new weapons.