“Look at me! I’m dancin’! I’m dancin’!” (Claptrap)
Really looking forward to this game. After reading the rules I am now left with pangs of impatience.
I have recently watched 'Zombieland' and 'Dawn of the Dead (remake)' to take the edge off the wait. Also read Brian Keene's 'The Rising' and Max Brooks efforts.
What other recommendations to get us through the wait?
Night of the Living Dead (1990 version) Land of the Dead Resident Evil (perhaps even the first two sequels) 28 Days Later & 28 Weeks Later Shaun of the Dead Quarantine Dead Alive (known as Braindead on your side of the pond) Undead Diary of the Dead (this one is particularly good to watch with the ladies) The Walking Dead (all seasons)
I don't know why, but a lot of people seem to pass on Land of the Dead but I *really* liked it (and would love a boardgame in that setting). The Walking Dead if\s too slow and boring for me (I much preferred the comics). Shaun of the Dead is hilarious (and the two main actors were in Land of the Dead as 'zombies' inside the city) and 28 Days Later has almost become a defacto movie even though they're 'infected' not 'zombies' (it also makes me wish Left4Dead 3 is set in England).
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Download it! It is an incredible radio drama, and this is from someone not acostumed to radio dramas or audio books... if you like zombie stories, go ahead and download the podcast, for free!
Do you know, if the available downloads on the official website cover everything? Or are these only excerpts? If the downloads provided there cover the complete show, then there would be no need to go via iTunes or stuff ... It's the same.
All the best! Mad
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The Walking Dead videogame RPG download for Xbox Live or Playstation3 (perhaps also PC?) is a nice interactive episodic experience. Choices made in episode one will affect the outcome in later episodes ala Mass Effect. It uses a whole new set of characters than the comic, but still has that Walking Dead feel. Costs about $5 per game episode. each ep plays through in 1-2 hours.
The Walking Dead game iss available on Steam for PC (a little more than $5 right now) and it's got some really awesome moments. More of an interactive movie than a game, but very cool. It's the story from the point of view of different/new characters/settings.
The Walking Dead, definitely. I personally much prefer the Robert Kirkman comics to the AMC show.
Dead Snow, if you're the type that likes foreign films about nazi zombies killing Norwegian med students. It gave me a good laugh one night while the wife was out of town, and it's streaming on Netflix.
Exit Humanity is cowboys vs zombies. Juan of the Dead is sposed to be an awesome Cuban movie. I Sell the Dead was good. Zombie Apocalypse has a zombie tiger in it. An episode of the UK Being Human has a zombie in it. im sure theres a list some place