Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone Gameplay Trailer Is Lead-Filled


Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone Gameplay Trailer Is Lead-Filled

There’s something about shooting lead at the shambling undead, which is both fun and immersive. In fact, it’s become one of gaming’s most popular scenarios in series like Zombie Apocalypse. You’ll remember it as being a lead-filled romp in the form of a dual-stick shooter, which had waves upon waves of the undead wanting to much on the brains of gun-toting survivors.

With the calendar creeping towards October 25, it seems fair time to warn you that another zombified plague is on its way. Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone is coming out in less than one week and it’s sure to bring a ton of foreboding brain eaters with it. Are you ready? If not, then you should get your digital guns and a few friends together for addictive four-player action.

If you need some convincing before joining the brigade, then take a look at this newly-released gameplay trailer. Created in the form of a fictional news broadcast, it shows how the game’s ragtag group of survivors fend for themselves.

I’ve personally played part of Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone, which I found to be pretty impressive. It’s a game which I cannot wait to play through in full. Perhaps I’ll see you online.

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today revealed a new trailer for Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone, coming to the PlayStation®Network for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system on October 25th, and Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft on October 26th. The trailer features four unlikely heroes who find themselves caught in a fight for their lives when the Zombie Apocalypse hits their small Canadian community.

Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone is the follow up to 2009’s smash-hit twin-stick action shooter. Players will need to navigate through the island finding various ways to obliterate their zombie aggressors while keeping an eye out for any remaining human survivors. The end goal is to find a way off their island deathtrap, save who they can and do so without becoming one of the infected. To give players a fighting chance at survival, a new squad-based gameplay mechanic has been introduced, giving players full control of the action whether they choose to play alone or with up to four players cooperatively. The game will also allow players to swap from one team member to the next as each team member will have his or her own set of weapons and abilities.

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