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Dead Nation shambles onto PSN November 30


9:20 AM on 11.16.2010
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Sony has announced that Housemarque's top-down zombie slaughtering PlayStation Network title, Dead Nation, will be available on November 30 for $14.99.

Housemarque is probably best known to PS3 owners as the developers behind the awesome twin-stick shooter, Super Stardust HD. Think of Dead Nation as a grittier, darker version of that game and you're on the right track. As much about getting a high score (based on kill multipliers and such) as it is about surviving, Dead Nation seems like a good time for fans of arcade-style action and flesh eating ghouls.

I've played quite a bit of an early preview build of the game and enjoyed it, but Conrad Zimmerman is playing the final version right now for review. Expect his verdict soon.

At Death's Door: Dead Nation Hits PSN November 30th [PlayStation Blog]






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