Articles tagged with: Burn Zombie Burn!
Make no mistake, zombies are fun to kill. We’ve had years of pleasure dismembering these lumbering sacks of meat. They allow us to become murderous fiends without our consciences ever getting in the way, but should we feelguilty about all those heads we’ve blown off with a rusty sawn -off shotgun? Of course not; zombies don’t have feelings – we’re doing them a favour by freeing them from the undignified situations they are in.
Nevertheless, maybe they deserve a break because they are being so over-used they’re starting to lose their impact.
There will be no Homerun this week but there is still some PlayStation Home content that needs a mention.
Europe gets all the content today for a change and it’s worth having a look at.
A lot has been said about firmware 3.0. People have been very vocal about things they like and things they don’t like.
Well we hope you all like the new PlayStation Store icons that have popped up on the XMB, as well as the ‘What’s New’ section, because according to a certain developer, it’s driving sales way up.
Which developer, and how far up?
Not ones to simply sit back and bask in the glory of what has been universally acclaimed as a great and addictive PSN title, it appears the guys over at Doublesix have been hard at work expanding the Burn Zombie Burn! universe.
Apart from two new levels placing Bruce on a UFO soon to be on offer as (affordable, we’re assured) DLC, the studio also has some other great updates like custom soundtrack support and YouTube video uploading functionality on the way.
We decided to get in touch with senior designer Ollie Barder and ask some quick -fire questions about the upcoming DLC and what lies ahead for the future of the game.
Itâ€™s another Home content week and the Homerun is here to fill you in with all the details and our views on what’s new.
If you think back to how Home was when it launched way back in December last year, you will see how much Sonyâ€™s online virtual hub has grown and evolved.
Unleashing righteous retribution on the undead is quite in vogue at the moment so if you’ve a penchant for sending zombies back to their rightful resting place – you’re probably like a kid in a candy store these days.
Of course, not all zombie games are created equal and if you’re also a fan of classic horror movies like the Evil Dead series, Brain Dead (Dead Alive in the US), and the more humourous take on undead extermination – Shaun of the Dead – we think this hard decision has just been made a lot easier. Burn Zombie Burn! is a game that you should run – don’t walk – and pick up.
Zombies. Denizens of the undead world and bane to all who possess delicious and coveted brains, these pesky mind-munchers have been popping up since the dawn of time and causing havoc to the living.
We sat down with Jim Mummery, Creative Director at Doublesix, to talk about Burn Zombie Burn!, his thoughts on digital distribution, and what the future holds for Doublesix and the PS3.
We may have gone Burn Zombie Burn! crazy these days (interview with Doublesix still planned to hit today, stay tuned) but that’s not going to stop other top-down undead shooters entering the zombie market.
Konami have just made available a handful of screenshots of Zombie Apocalypse, a game we would have described simply as Crash TV meets Left 4 Dead but, with BZB now firmly embedded in our gaming psyche, we have to add the latter to the mix when comparing the new title with existing properties.
While typing up our Burn Zombie Burn! interview with Jim Mummery, Creative Director at Doublesix, we locked on to the following nugget and, as a preview to the actual interview that will be up tomorrow, thought you would like an early free glimpse of what’s coming.
For those anticipating some online co-op DLC for the game – prepare to be disappointed.