How would you react if you found yourself aboard a derailing train? How about creeping through graveyards and catacombs with the undead lurking around every corner? XBOX Kinect and Rise Of Nightmares ask that question, and give you a shot at testing your mettle against the hordes of the undead.
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Most young people dream of leaving their dead town for the bright lights of the big city; forgetting boring or tragic pasts in search of re-invention. But leaving a dead town is one thing. Leaving an undead town proves to be much harder for our saucy heroin Rene.
Rammbock get props for using a theme often overlooked to drive its zombie story. Love; the sense that its protagonists don’t just struggle to live: but to live for something. Rather than fleeing for the sake of survival – our heroes survive for the sake of love. Be it found, lost, or found again.
Rubber is not a horror movie. Nor a grindhouse feature (although I believe it borders one). Rather I feel it is a collection of metaphors. I write this article from an aspiring authors viewpoint, mind you.
Touted as a dream team production from the minds behind the recent Resident Evil’s and No More Heroes, Shadows of the Damned is a title that brings an eclectic mix of ideas and inventiveness to the table. Although the taste from its melting pot of execution will vary by the player.