We explore the new mechanics and zombie-filled map of State of Decay’s latest DLC Lifeline, by Undead Labs and Microsoft Studios.
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You may have gotten a brand new Xbox One for Christmas, or perhaps you’re considering buying a new shiny console just for the heck of it. Guess that means it’s time to trade in the old Xbox 360, eh? Well here’s a few reasons why you shouldn’t trade in your old console just yet, or ever for that matter!
Minecraft looks to be getting a series of mash-up packs with popular games, with the first being the announced Minecraft Mass Effect Version. Keep an eye out on your Xbox 360 in 2 days!
Capsized is an indie darling. A 2D shoot ’em up, meets bullet hell shooter, meets platformer, meets run and gun, meets physics puzzler. Made by two guys who call themselves Alientrap. On PC, the game has been a critical success. Overall: quite a triumph. Yet, in the new console port to Xbox 360, all the fun and well conceived mechanics under the game’s belt, which work fine on PC, are consistently undermined by the game’s frustrating elements, which are exacerbated with a joypad.
This week, Leviathyn got a chance to pick the still-alive brains of the newest darling developer to enter massively populated zombie-videogame arena. Undead Labs’ new game, State Of Decay, was released on the 6th of June on the Xbox Live Arcade to strong reviews and some excellent sales in its first days. And little wonder. Sanya Weather’s tells Leviathyn more about the inner workings and creative decision behind the game.
Despite pretty serious bug and polishing issues, UndeadLabs’ new game has what it takes to be the greatest zombie survival game of all time. It has the perfect level of depth, longevity, and fun for a downloadable title, even if a buggy simulation occasionally gets in your way. This could be paving the way for a golden age of downloadable titles.