After nearly a decade of development at three different studios, Dead Island 2 finally relaunched earlier this summer. Since his 2014 original reveal just a few years after the franchise’s launch, many have been anticipating this long-awaited sequel. So I traveled to Nottingham, England, and spent over 7 hours hands-on with the game. This month’s issue of Dead Island 2 has a bloody cover, so you can read all I’ve learned in no time. game informer.
game informer Video editor Alex Van Aken and I visited Nottingham’s Dambuster Studios to play two big chunks of Dead Island 2, talk to the game’s director about its development, and why the team started from scratch. Did. The eponymous “Island” is set in Los Angeles. We witnessed some of the audio team destroy a watermelon with the claws of a BBQ shredder, creating a disgusting sound that inspires slashes, thunks, kicks and hits within the game’s unique FLESH system. did. We talked about pop culture inspirations and why Dambuster Studios strives above all else.
This is just a small part of this month’s 352nd issue.
Brian Shea visited Super Nintendo World in Japan. You can check his adventure impressions and photos. We have an excellent retrospective dive into Mortal Kombat 9 and its importance in NetherRealm’s trajectory, looking at the soon-to-be-deprecated Google Stadia and what went wrong. I chatted with a Venba lead about the importance of Also, if you’re interested in Witchfire, we’ve spoken with the developers about moving the game to a more open-world style.
Blake Hester walked the streets of Tokyo with two leads from Tango Gameworks and talked about how Ghostwire: Tokyo’s famous city was twisted, warped, and rendered. I traveled to San Diego, California to experience One Piece his Odyssey hands-on, and in New York City he played a few chapters of Forspoken. You can read my thoughts on both, along with various other previews I’ve compiled for Issue 352, including Atomic Heart and Star Wars: Jedi’s new look for his survivor. You’ll also find mainstays of issues like reviews, gear, and more. Finally, check out this issue of One Last Thing, Tell us your favorite game of the year in our latest reader poll.
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