If you wouldn’t mind some zombie bashing, smashing, shooting, and burning when you’re on the go, Dead Nation offers all that and more. The game will be shambling onto the PS Vita tomorrow (April 15) here in the States, and April 16 in Europe. This version isn’t to be confused with the Apocalypse Edition, which recently released on PS4 with updated visuals, effects, and some nifty Twitch integration. Even still, Dead Nation is very much a game worth owning for all aspiring zombie hunters.
I should mention that if you’re already the proud owner of the original PS3 version, Dead Nation offers Cross-Buy support so you’ll get the Vita version for free.
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