Dead Island has been through some turbulent waters in the last couple years. Escape Dead Island was a cel-shaded disaster, the amazing MOBA Dead Island: Epidemic was shut down even before leaving Open Beta, Dead Island: Retro Revenge wasn’t the traditional beat ’em up we were led to believe it would be, and Dead Island 2 is still lost somewhere in an undead production purgatory.
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Nvidia is holding another one of their sales, this time it is for a selection of titles available on their streaming service called GeForce Now. In this particular sale, Nvidia has placed 6 titles in total on sale, most of which are 75% off their normal prices. You also get a download code for a PC copy of each game you buy for free.
Dead Island: Riptide and Dead Island Definitive Editions Launch on Nvidia Shield via GeForce Now
Visually remastered versions of two games in Techland’s first-person survival horror series, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition and Dead Island: Definitive Edition, are now available to stream on Nvidia Shield devices via GeForce Now. Set after the post-apocalyptic events depicted in the first Dead Island game, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, drops players on board a military ship controlled by the Australian Defense Force, which has taken the survivors of the first game captive. Unfortunately, the zombie virus has spread to the ship’s crew, which leads to the vessel crashing and offloading its passengers.
Two new games by Nvidia are now available for Shield and GRID users – Dead Island and Saints Row: The Third
Nvidia Shield owners who also enjoy playing games through Nvidia’s cloud game streaming service GRID has a couple of additional games to check out and both of them are pretty solid titles. For those of you who are into zombies, you will want to check out Dead Island. If you’re a fan of the Saints Row franchise then you’ll be happy to know that Saints Row: The Third is now available to play.
Console gamers who dabble in mobile gaming may have some good news coming to them, especially if you enjoy zombie games. Techland, developers of the horror adventure game Dead Island, may very well be making a mobile game of a similar nature called Dead Stop.