Zombies, beware! Dead Island 2’s latest review will have you running for your lives (and laughing while you do it)
Well, well, well, if it isn’t another game falling victim to the infamous curse of sequels! And this time, it’s Dead Island 2. According to the folks at PC Gamer, the game’s zombie fights quickly wear out their welcome, leaving players bored out of their minds. But hey, at least the game has a short, linear story to offer… oh, wait, that’s not really something to be proud of, is it?
Let’s break it down, shall we? First of all, what’s the deal with these zombie fights? Are they just not scary enough anymore? Are gamers so desensitized to the undead that they need something extra to keep them engaged? Maybe the zombies need to start doing stand-up comedy routines or breakdancing to keep things interesting.
But it’s not just the lackluster zombie fights that are bringing Dead Island 2 down. No, sir. The game’s story is about as exciting as watching paint dry. And not even exciting paint, like neon pink or something. We’re talking beige here, folks.
Now, don’t get us wrong. There’s nothing wrong with a short, linear story. Some of the best games out there have them. But if that’s all the game has to offer, then what’s the point? It’s like going to a fancy restaurant and only being served a bowl of plain rice. Sure, it’s technically food, but it’s not exactly a gourmet experience, is it?
So, what’s the verdict? Is Dead Island 2 worth your time and money? Well, if you’re a die-hard fan of the series, maybe. But if you’re looking for a fresh and exciting zombie experience, you might want to look elsewhere. Or, you know, just wait for the zombies to start doing their best Michael Jackson impressions.