Zombies will probably never go away, but at least these games are trying something different with them.
Phosphor Games will rely on the community to help shape its upcoming first-person survival MMO.
Dean “Rocket” Hall says that modders are still working on games that support mods.
DayZ’s developer talks about the issues he is working through before he will release the standalone product as an alpha test.
Triple-A games weren’t the only ones who had sequels at E3. A few prominent indie game developers also had something to show off. And so far, their games are looking pretty good.
New games means more zombies, and our obsession with them is personal.
The open-world zombie survival game that sparked an angry fan backlash returns to Steam.
The pair of Czech developers who were arrested in Greece for allegedly photographing a military installation may now return home.
Despite his imprisonment, Ivan Buchta is providing insight toward the development of DayZ’s world map.
The open-world survival game didn’t hit its scheduled release, but a closed beta is coming soon.
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In a post to a community site, the lead designer on the open-world Zombie game reveals the toll development has taken on him.
The zombie-apocalypse title has enraged gamers with false claims, exploitative micro-transactions, and more.
Pipe-smoking robots hunt humans across the English countryside in Sir, You Are Being Hunted.
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Many were quick to call out The War Z as a copycat reaction to the popular ArmA II mod DayZ. After our brief hands-on time with the game, however, it’s clear that Hammerpoint Interactive’s MMO is much more than that.
Last week, two ArmA III developers were arrested in Greece. Now, Bohemia has released a statement defending them and their actions.
Moderated by Sebastian Haley (GamesBeat’s culture editor), the panel explores the current proliferation of zombies in video games and culture and the approach by different gamemakers in this genre.
A few intrepid hackers, modders, and all-out trolls have taken to the DayZ servers to make their virtual neighbors’ lives more horrifying than they already are.
A proper zombie survival MMO is finally upon us.