Now, to clarify before people start listing off terrible games, NeverDead is not the second worst game ever. It’s the second worst game I’ve ever had the misfortune of playing, and while that number might not include every game out there, as a game reviewer, it’s still a fairly impressive feat. I don’t want to bury the lead here, in case you’re not sure of what I think of this game, you should know that NeverDead is an unpolished, unforgivable mess. It’s the antithesis of fun, and deserves a spot right next to Duke Nukem Forever in the pantheon of games that simply shouldn’t exist.
We’ve got our hands full of wacky games with Shadows Of The Damned being out, and Lollipop Chainsaw and Neverdead coming up. While Neverdead isn’t topping my upcoming game list, it still has me very interested. You play as an immortal and losing a limb in the game is no big deal. Technically he can’t die, so I’m kind of wondering how he will “die” during gameplay. Because most games let death happen one way or another.
Lots of new screens past the break. January 31st on the Playstation 3, and Xbox 360. READ MORE
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Technically if you can never die, I figure playing NeverDead is like playing an old video game with the game shark on. But I digress. In the game Bryce can not die, technically because of his demonic regenerative body. He is try to stop other demons from killing off the world with a plague. Check out the trailer below, NeverDead still had no release date, but will be on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
So, remember that article about Megadeth writing a song for the upcoming Konami game NeverDead? Well, turns out that they teamed up with Konami and are recording a full customized soundtrack! The main theme, Never Dead, will appear on Megadeth‘s 13th studio album. Check after the jump for all the details.
Konami has released a trailer for their upcoming video game NeverDead that features a new song from metal band Megadeth, entitled, yup, you guessed it, Never Dead. The game apparently revolves around an immortal protagonist that, while unable to die, can be dismembered completely, causing the player to roll the hero’s head around picking up the severed limbs. It is slated for release later this year. Check out the trailer with the new Megadeth song after the jump.
It’s been quite a while since anything NEVERDEAD related has been shown, but Konami has made it up to us with lots of awesome new screens and art you can check out past the break.
The games takes place in the near future and your character Bryce is created by the same demons that look to wipe out our world with a horrible plague. He has extremely handy regenerative powers that allow him to reassemble his body to prevent death, and of course to save the world. The game has no release date yet, but will release for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. READ MORE
Fall is a wonderful time for the horror community. It brings us Halloween and plenty of fucked up things to look at, read about, play. It’s an all around good time. Big ups to Adam for the 13 Days Of Horror series, which I think deserves another go next year. Hopefully he can drudge up another 13 horror video game related things to chat about. Moving along to more eye candy, past the break we have some new Neverdead screens for all of you horror fans to check out.
If you don’t know what Neverdead is, well it was announced at E3 and is in the magical hands of Konami. In the game Bryce Boltzman an immortal fighter of demons and the beautiful Arcadia both working for the NCDA (National Counter Demon Agency) partner up to take on demons infiltrating the human world. No release date is known but the game will release on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. READ MORE
The makers of Silent Hill have decided to expand their horror offering with a new fantasy horror title called NeverDead. Sounds like a good name for a game containing hordes of zombies, and while there may very well be a couple of the shambling undead in there, NeverDead is set in the near future where supernatural forces and twisted creatures roam the world’s deserted cities.
This is definitely a game you should keep on your radar; it’s being headed by Metal Gear Acid designer Shinta Nojiri and it’s essentially a Devil May Cry style game set in a world filled with flesh hungry monsters and over-the-top-action. Oh wait. Check out an action packed bunch of screens after the jump. READ MORE