Microsoft's Xbox Live Gold deals this week are focused on zombies and that means plenty of co-op DLC and games for us to love. Zombie Apocalypse, Dishwasher Dead Samurai, Borderlands DLC, and Left 4 Dead DLC are all discounted for your gaming pleasure.
Zombies queued all night to get the new Passing DLC
For anyone who's seen Zombieland you understand that there are certain rules one has to follow in different situations in order to survive - or, at least make the best of a situation. For our purposes today, we'll lay out a few rules for download gameplay with others in order to survive.
About a year ago, Dishwasher: Dead Samurai intrigued our artistic co-op interests. Now that Ska Studios has gotten a bit of a handle on what to do, a sequel has been born. Dishwasher Dead Samurai: Vampire Smile was on display at this years PAX East, and we got to try out how it plays, how it looks, and ask a few questions about how co-op is. We also took a look at Charlie Murder, which is a 4-player co-op beat-em-up for the Indie community of Xbox.
Ska Studios has announced a sequel to The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai called The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile. We reviewed the first game last year, and while we thought it was decent enough, technical issues and the lack of solid co-op hurt the game in our eyes.
Dishwasher Dead Samurai is a co-op game where players control a zombie ninja hell bent on lopping the limbs off anything that moves, how could it not be good? We dig into the game's co-op mode and bring back the gory details in our review.
If you don't know what The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai is, here is a brief refresher. The game was a product of Microsoft's XNA platform, which allows indie developers to create games. The game was also part of Dream-Build-Play and was available in demo form for a limited time on Xbox Live. Well, Xbox360 Fanboy has news that the game will feature 3 player co-op. The details are from the blog of the one man team behind Dishwasher, James Silva. Having played the game, it seems very impressive for a game consisting of a one-man dev team. I'm also excited about the co-op capabilities, since the single player mode was pretty epic.
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