I have finally done it. It took 2 months of waiting but on Black Friday I got my own copy of Dead Island from via Steam download. They always are having some kind of deal on video games by the way, so if you are hard up for cash like me, check them out. The download for me too 24 + hours. I don’t know why, it should have only been like 3. But I finally got it running on my computer. So here’s what I think of it.
Unfortunately with this game there have been a series of complaints about the PC version. The game was extremely glitch ridden in it’s first few months out and the developer has patched it since then to fix some of the errors I myself have been having some trouble with the game even 2 months after release. Entering dark areas has turned my screen black and the only thing visible are lights and the help icons that show you there is something to pick up or open. The funny thing is that if you stand in a lit area, you can see the entire room just fine as if it was all lit perfectly, but once you pass that threshold where the sun no longer shines through, not even the flashlight will bring clarity to the screen check out the video below to see what I mean.
Luckily the same video gave me the answer to my qusetion on how to fix it. I usualy don’t like installing 3rd party software to fix games, but the Dead Island Helper was a very easy way to fix the problem. If you have an NVIDIA card like me, you can just disable the SSAO and turn on simple shadows. Then launch the game and you can see in dark areas again. Go to the actual youtube video to get a free download of Dead Island Helper.
My other glitches I ran into were less disabling but still annoying. everywhere I look, there is a cloud of dust. I’m also seeing smoke and fire in walls. See the picture below.
If anyone has a fix for this please let me know by commenting below or emailing me at email@example.com. I have found no fixes for this through my many searches in many different forums. Best I can hope for at this point is another patch.
All in all, this game is worth playing in my book. It’s challenging, and fun and everything you can hope for in a zombie game. Even with it’s defects and bugs, the game play is excelent and the graphics are great.
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I for one would have been highly amused and probably cheered the protesters on without knowing what they were protesting. Let’s face it I see zombies in a mall and I go ape shit. It’s just cool. Knowing what they were protesting however I have mixed feelings. I’m all about buying locally. It’s just nice to support your neighbors. And I don’t spend money on the holidays that I don’t have. If I want to go a little overboard, I pick up some extra cash by selling stuff, or doing some yard work for some friends. However if I want to shop at a big retail store, that’s my right. The pottery place down the road doesn’t usually have that gift that my friends 11 year old daughter is going to go gaga over. Know what I mean? So I hit the Hot Topic, or the JC Penny’s. It’s not a crime, and I don’t care if they are part of the 1%, I care that I can get that hoody she wanted for $20, in my price range. And I’m sorry I’m not going to stop buying where I can afford to buy just because someone says that big business is bad for the little people. I’m not going to rant about this. If you want to know what I really feel about this you can follow me on my Google + because I will be saying something there.
What I will say about this particular protest is, what do they think they were trying to accomplish? Did they think that because they marched into the mall like zombies that Ms. Black Friday Shopper was going to drop that sweater vest at Old Navy she was getting for 75% off? Did they actually think that people were going have a change of heart and join them to march out of the mall all indignant that people were buying from national chain stores when Sears had their One Day Sale? No they didn’t. And if they did they are more insane than I am. They did it because it was another way to push the envelope as to what is acceptable and tolerated of a legal protest. They did it to make a bold statement and to be seen and to get on TV because they knew that by disrupting other people’s shopping and other people’s jobs they would get seen an heard. They may have done it expecting to disrupt the shopping of other people and be given a podium to which they could spout their call for change. But they can not be shocked by the requests to leave or the subsequent arrest after not following that request directly.
I am in support of dressing like zombies for an organized zombie walk, or for a convention. I encourage people to embrace their love for zombies 3 times a week here on the blog. If you find a place that wants and allows you to dress as a zombie for a good time, please do so. But please for your safety and to keep everyone happy and to not give zombie fans a bad name do not disturb people who do not want to be disturbed by your fandom. It is not ok to hide your face behind makeup as a zombie and go into the local bank or mall when they have policies against it. It is not ok to obscure your identity under the name of zombies, or Anonymous, or any other organization to act like a dick just because you think no one knows who you are. Just like it’s not ok to mace other shoppers to get your XBox game, it is not ok to disturb the peace because you can hide in a crowd of people and deny responsibility for your actions.
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On Monday I put up a post about keeping vigilant. So today I wanted to put up some YouTube videos that look like really convincing evidence of zombies existing.
Strange Creature In Tennessee
First up i have a video post of a picture that was found. Now this picture was taken from a hunting camera designed to take pictures when motion is detected. They are used by hunters looking to see if dear are in the area. As you can see this camera picked up something besides a dear. Although not confirmed to be a zombie, it looks like compelling evidence. However it has been pointed out that the creature is pixelated which can be a sign of photoshoping. Oh well on to the next one.
Real Walking Corpse
Next we see of another picture of what appears to be a zombie being lead from her grave. The video says that the picture was taken in Indonesia but they could not confirm the source of the photo. Notice the coffin on the right hand side of the picture. There’s lots of different ideas of what’s going on here. One theory is that the “body” is someone who has a disease such as leprosy. My personal feeling is that I have never seen a form of leprosy that turns the victim a gray/green. Also if it was simply leprosy, why is the coffin in the picture? There is also talk that the body in the picture may be of an actual deceased person, but is the body actually walking? The body looks like it is in mid gait, however short that step may be. Also people are saying that the body may be held up by that man with the large arm. Maybe. The gentleman/black magic priest, seems to have an ok grip on her arm, but is barley supporting her back. Even if your built (like this guy seems to be), the weight of the body and the awkwardness of the body would still be enough to require two hands to hold it up that well. Not to mention if it is a decomposing dead body, wouldn’t you expect her arm to fall off? Now it makes a little more sense for the dead body to be supporting it’s own weight with him steadying it. Last thing I want to say about this picture is that if it is an actual dead body it’s obvious that it’s been in the ground for a while. A body does go stiff during rigor mortis, however rigor mortis leaves the body after the mussel tissue starts decomposing. You can tell by the look of the arms, that decomposition has already started, so the body should not be stiff. So by the way he’s holding her she should be limping over. Take a better look for yourself, do some research and you decide. I’m not saying this is a zombie, but it seems awfully weird regardless.
Now lets get to some actual videos.
This video is just plain cool. Fake? More than likely. But it’s Russia right? Who knows what’s hiding in that frozen tundra? I don’t speak Russian so I have no clue what they are saying, but I can imagine it’s something like “Holy Shit! What the F*&^ just happened?” If it’s a prank, then it’s an expensive one. Night vision equipment is extremely expensive. As the night vision provides details, it’s not detailed enough to rule out fake blood on that spray. The camera seems to use thermal imaging, rather than enhancing ambient light (as evident because the buildings are so dark compared to the warm bodies, the hot blood, and the hot shots coming off the barrel of the gun), so using photoshop or another program to change regular film to a night vision like reconstruction seems unlikely. Then again, if it’s being completely drawn from a CGI point, then you could draw it from a thermal image POV. When blown up, the images on the camera do look pixelated which can also be a sign of photoshop. Another clue may lie in the text at the top of the screen. If this was authentic Russian, wouldn’t the characters be Russian instead of English? Then again I don’t know how the Russian military gets it’s equipment, maybe they are just using equipment designed for English speaking soldiers. I actually think the best part of the video is in the audio. If you listen to the very end you can make out the sounds of someone puking. Again, if it’s fake, that’s true acting skill there.
Mutant Zombie (Real Footage)
This video just made me laugh. You can see the British punks come up on what appears to be a dead body laying on the trail. When they notice it and start whispering about it that’s when the zombie decides to turn his head and scare the children. I don’t think I need to point out why this one seems fake but I’m going to anyway. First if it was a real zombie, I think it would have probably shown itself when the kids were being loud and obnoxious in the middle of the night. Not after they started whispering to each other. The acting in this was ok, seemed genuine till the very end, but I have a problem where the kid just calls out “Oh My God” and the camera cuts out. If this wasn’t a preset up prank where the camera man knew what was coming the screams would have been a little more genuine, like a bunch of punks scared out of their minds running back to camp with mommy and daddy. Not a “Oh My God” as in “can you believe that?” As far as the zombie head, it could have been photoshoped, or a guy in a mask, or even just a toy. But hey it was a good laugh.
Real Zombie News Footage! (WARNING THIS IS GRAPHIC)
Ok, that was just wrong.
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So this brings me back to my original point, what have you done recently to stay vigilant? I have talked over and over again on how important it is to have a zombie emergency plan in place for when the time comes, and even the best plans can be foiled if you don’t enact on them at the right time. So what you need to do is be vigilant about news reports that seem out of place, or at least add up to a pattern. You might hear small stories that add up to the big picture. For example, on Chanel 2 news you hear that the chemical company had gotten caught dumpling waste into the local river system and was finned $40 million to help clean it up. Then your grandmother calls and tells you about this guy she saw being arrested that was acting strange and belligerent. Minuets later you see a group of army Humvees drive past your house. Those three stories are enough to make me want to find a different town to stay in that night. But sometimes the clues may not be that obvious. Lets say it’s flue season and the nightly news reports a slight rise in the number of people who visited the hospital in the last few days with flew like symptoms. Nothing unusual right? You should then take into consideration that your new neighbors don’t seem too friendly and you’ve heard strange noises coming from the house at odd hours. Missing person reports are on the rise. When they start issuing the order to stay in your homes, or talking about riots down town, get the flock out.
When I saw this all I could say was… “You have to be F*&@ kidding me.”
Look, I want new and interesting zombie movies just as much as the next zombie fan, but there has got to be a better way than this. Ladies and gentlemen, we cannot let this atrocity stand. Ok, I don’t think there’s much we can do about it, so someone just shoot me in the face.
Warm Bodies is a love story between a girl, and a zombie. See that’s what I said. This Twilight knock off has got me so confused I really don’t know what to say. Look I know the Twilight movies are doing supper well. Of course people are going to try to copy their success. But really?
The zombie that goes by the name “R” (played by Nicholas Hoult) eats this dude’s brain and obtains his memories (God, do you know how painful it is to write this?), especially of the dude’s girlfriend named Julie (Teresa Palmer). So I’m guessing our grave risen Casanova stalks Julie down and somehow convinces her that eating people is not so bad because they grow to have a relationship. I swear to the Gods that if there’s one line about how she smells in this movie I’m going to throw myself off a cliff.
Ok, I’m giving this movie a lot of flack because it’s made by the same people who made the Twilight movies. If you look at the picture above, it even looks like the Twilight movie. Evidently Summit Entertainment must have a rule that monsters aren’t supposed to look scary. I have a horrible feeling that this movie is just a sparkle in the sunlight away from being so unoriginal, Robert Pattinson will receive royalties from it.
The book however tells of a storyline far away from the Twilight saga. The zombies and the humans aren’t finding a way to co-exist, the zombies eat people, and they eat them without shame. It’s an apocalyptic setting like you would expect. Somehow the zombies can communicate with each other, and as I have not read the book I cannot tell you how, just suffice to know that according to summaries I read online they tell that R has a zombie friend named M who is not as kind as he is toward humans as he eats them and then tries to have zombie sex with other zombies. If that freaks you out a little bit it’s ok, I’m a little freaked out as well. If it turns you on, well stay away from me please. But it seems that the dead tongue can only manage a few syllables, and R may be accomplished because his personal best is 4. Despite not being able to express his thoughts, R has them, and although diminished by the vale of death they are evidently deep.
R ends up eating the brain of Perry Kelvin who has the hots for Julie, and when he does as stated before he ends up having an affinity for Julie as well. R saves Julie from becoming zombie chow and takes her back to his layer where she teaches him and his fellow zombies that there may be more to un-life than snaking on brains.
Now I’m not insensitive to love stories. I am actually a sucker for a good love story. But over do it with the sappy, or make it unrealistic and too ideal, I start to gag pretty quickly. I thought it was sweet when Korbin Dallas showed Leeloo there was more to life than war in the Fifth Element. When Jim told Salina “That was longer than a heartbeat,” in 28 Days Later my heart jumped a little. And it was the highlight of my childhood when Simba realized he loved Nala in The Lion King. But if Nicholas Hoult gets to stick his tongue down Teresa Palmer’s throat in this movie I’m starting an Occupy Hollywood movement. No more shitty-ass sudo-horror love movies!
A word to Summit Entertainment: You’ve killed Vampires and Werewolfs for me. Please don’t ruin zombies as well. Next thing we know Cthulhu will be staring in a romance movie. Summit will call it something shitty like “Love Crazy.” You’ll never see the Great Old One in the same light ever again. And henti fans will rejoice. I think I just threw up a little.
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I had a hunkering for some flesh the other day so I was looking for a burger joint. To my surprise I found one and guess its theme.
The Zombie Burger + Drink Lab is located in Des Moines, Iowa and they cater to the Romero faithful. With burgers with names like these you’ve got to be curious about their culinary delights as well. The Boomstick, The T-Virus, and the Dawn of the Dead, sound delightful. They also carry milkshakes worthy of an apocalyptic pick me up. According to their website their spiked milkshakes are famous. You can see their entire menu here. If you ever franchise, send one of these down to Maryland!
I think I need to visit my brother in Utah, and take a detour to Des Moines when I run through Iowa.
Ok so I wasn’t searching for a burger joint. I’m looking for zombie themed restaurants. I was hoping I could find one in the Maryland/Delaware area to actually eat at and review but unfortunately I’ve hit a dead end with this. But I did find another restaurant in Minnesota.
Well not a restaurant exactly. Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den is the kind of bar I want to hang out at. It’s stylish, it has interesting drinks (like the Wrath of Oprah), and plenty of zombie appeal. What may be this bar’s appeal is that you can tell that the zombie theme is truly embraced, critics be damned. Zombie heads adorn the walls, along with the chainsaws that severed them. Donny Dirk’s does really well with mixing the horror with the comfort you would expect from a classy bar. I’ve never been here but I hope to be some day. Check out some photos I found on their website.
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If you’ve been reading my blog from the start, thank you. You might also remember an article I wrote back in June about a zombie proof home. Admittedly, this was amazing, but some of us want more variety in their domain. Not to mention you’re probably going to have a group of people, or a colony hopefully as that would be best suited for long term survival, so one dinky house might not do it for you.
So I came across the 2011 Zombie Safe House Competition. Gods bless the paranoid architects! This thing is really cool. You want to talk about survival plans? Blog, chat, or comment your survival plans all you want, these designers are the ultimate in zombie planning, and they had to be to get past the judges. Names like Max Brooks (Zombie survival guide, World War Z, do I have to even explain at this point?), Ryan Riter (Founder and Artistic Director of ZomBcon International), Simon Clark, (Author of Blood Crazy), as well as various award winning designers and architects, would not make this easy, and thus give the winner ultimate bragging rights.
Of course I can’t comment on each entry as I don’t have enough room for all of that, however I’ll go over my thoughts of the top few designs. Also some enteries have more than one design page. I suggest that you visit the Competition website for more information on the designs. Keep in mind that there is a comments section for every entry site, so if there are concerns mentioned there, I will not be mentioning them here.
Vagabond Mobile Safehouse Device
What more can you say than shear brilliance? The number one problem with most survival plans are getting from point A to point B without becoming Zombie Alpo. So many people desperately want one of these. Hell, I wish it were on the market now. Expensive as hell I would say it would be. Your talking several thousand dollars for the technology being implemented. Screw my new computer; I’m getting one of these. The great thing about this is it’s already close to being out on the market. The creator, Austin Fleming, is using concepts that already exist but just have to find the right investor to put it all together so it’s available to the general public. I do wish judges notes were available on the website, but as they are not I do have some questions slash criticisms.
1st: Photovoltaic cells sound expensive. Not a problem as the competition said cost was not issue. However, what happens if these cells get damaged during travel? Will it supply the same protection? You could live without your cell phone, and the tornado employed looks like that doesn’t need electricity to supply the fresh air, but your heat for cold weather might be a problem without those cells in working order. My suggestion for this is to address it by having the cellular interior shell be lined with thermal insulation. Will keep you warm as it will trap in body heat.
2nd: What about waists? You’re going to need to pee. Where does it go? I realize that this is supposed to be a temporary portable shelter, much like a tent, however there will be situations where prolonged enclosure may be necessary. A simple funnel to the outside would not have provided less protection and would solve this issue. Of course you then want to make sure that you face the funnel side of the enclosure downhill as otherwise the waste may leak back under it.
Oil Silo Home
Yet another brilliant idea. This idea incorporates reusing oil silos by renovating them for the zombie apocalypse. The self sustaining structure is brilliant in that not only will it protect from the zombies, but as oil silos are used all over the world, it is proven that they are already built to protect from natural disaster. Although a project like this would be expensive to renovate and rig up, it would be much cheaper than the safe house posted I posted in June. In the comment section the designer re-posted the words from the graphic in the comments section so that everyone could read it. I do have a few questions/concerns.
1st: Almost perfect design to protect against zombies as they can’t climb, but what about human invasion. Someone looking for a safe place to stay may decide to make this place their home and eject you. So where is your plan to prevent that? That’s not what this competition was about but it’s a very real problem in the apocalyptic world.
2nd: This plan would take lots of time and resources in order to make it viable. It would be something that must be started before the apocalypse. Unlike the above entry which can be marketed as a tent and on sale before the apocalypse, the amount of foresight would be incredible in order to get something like this completed. This doesn’t make it impossible, just very difficult to pull off.
Look Out House
This is my favorite idea so far. To me this plan has everything you need for a safe house. It’s off the ground, it has access to fresh water from both the river and from rain water, and has a fireplace to purify that water, provide comfort and cook food (if necessary). I love the waterway getaway that is provided under the house. The garden is a great way to keep your food supply fresh and again irrigation will not be a problem due to the river it’s by. It’s off the grid, it’s out of the way, and it would have views to take your mind off the horror. Its location will guarantee you won’t see much zombie action as it’s in a set of cliffs. It defiantly deserves to be in the top of the entries. My only criticism for this one would be where is the storage? I see cupboard where you keep the weapons, and I must say that’s a very smart use of space, but what about food? Medical supplies? This house is small enough to be expanded. My recommendation is to add a second story. Much more storage available then and you can add a third bedroom. If you’re going to go through the expense of making something such as this, you might as well go whole hog and build a second story. It actually wouldn’t cost that much more as most as the largest cost of building a house is the roof and the slab, and as adding a second story doesn’t increase the size of either of these two, so your cost will be limited.
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It makes perfect sense to me to use zombies as a marketing tool for weapons. Weapons are a big part of the whole zombie thing. People discuss weaponry all the time, and real gun fans argue for hours on end on which gun is the best. So here’s a point to keep in mind when your marketing your weapons to zombie fans…
DON’T MAKE YOUR WEAPON LOOK LIKE A CHEEP PLASTIC TOY WITH THE WORD ZOMBIE ON IT.
The Sturm, Ruger & Co. is known for making decent guns. Many people like their LCP gun because it is small (5.16 inches), light weight, (9.4 Oz empty), and has great stopping power (see video below). Ruger also evidently has great customer service as I’ve seen nothing but glowing reviews on the internet for this. If you are looking for something small and lightweight, it’s a great gun, just be sure to test it thoroughly before relying on it as I’ve seen a complaint or two about manufacturing problems (which have been resolved by Ruger’s customer service department). My biggest criticism for this advertisement (which can be found here), is that it makes the gun look cheap. Maybe it’s a bad picture, but if that’s how you’re going to represent the product, that’s how people are going to feel. To be fair however this is the only website I have found this on. I’ve taken a look at the Sturm, Ruger & Co. website and they do not offer the Zombie Slayer model, and the pictures taken for their LCP model handguns look 100 times better.
After researching however, I would not buy this gun for my zombie defense purposes even if I got the more refined original. For one thing it is .380 caliber. For those who don’t know much about guns (and keep in mind I’m still learning about guns), .380 caliber bullets are not the most common bullets to be laying around at the gun shop. This is ok now and days because you can order online, however it will make it difficult if you’re scavenging for ammo. More common calibers are .22 cal and 9mm. A suppressor would help with the sound, but as far as the sights are concerned there is much criticism for this. Reviews tell me that the built in sites on this firearm are only reliable for about 15 feet, and has better accuracy if you purchase the model with built in laser sight. But from what I can tell that’s not offered in the “Zombie Slayer” package. And if I’m within 15 feet of a single zombie, I’m going to pull out a melee weapon to do the job. And if I’m within 15 feet of multiple zombies and had to fight, I’m not going to choose a handgun with only a 6 round clip. The LCP seems to be a better weapon for discretionary defense on the subway, or when being attacked by wild coyotes, not zombies. Include the laser sights and sell a model with a larger clip if you want to market it for zombie purposes. The final complaint I’ve read from many users is that it’s not a hand friendly gun. One review said that they were glad that it only did come in a 6 round clip, because their hand couldn’t take much more than that.
But if you seriously want to go with the zombie rout to advertise your weapons, maybe you should take a page from the Zombie Tools website. Here you have a line of bladed weapons (as in more than one option) being advertised as tools of destruction against the oncoming undead. Bladed weapons are great to use in close combat situations. They are silent, and never need to be reloaded. More importantly from a marketing aspect, the weapons being advertised look amazing! Shiny and pretty makes for good advertising. Craftsmanship and solid construction makes for great sales. Pick your poison for your fighting style and start training, because bladed weapons take precision and skill to be used efficiently. If you want to make a critziem for the close combat requirements for blades compared to the long range efficiency (at lease up to 15 ft) of guns, consider this, around 600,000 people were killed during the Rwandan genocidal war in the 90’s using agricultural grade machetes. This horrifying fact tells you that the blade is still a force to be reckoned with, and against a zed, it will be an effective weapon.
Now this post isn’t about what weapon is better, but the advertising used to sell these weapons. Compare the two websites, and all the pictures offered. For around $360, which would you rather buy? I lay this statement at the feet of advertisers everywhere. Use the zombie as your pack mule if you must, but respect the fans you’re selling to. Don’t offer something that won’t appeal to us and don’t just slap on a name and throw in a book to try to sell the product. Sell something worth its weight and we’ll buy the hell out of it. Some market research would have told Impact Guns that what they were doing was a little senseless. A better design and a gun more suited for the zombie apocalypse may have done better and would have the zombie fans eating it up. For a $360 item I would love to see who actually bought their gun, and then take a Zombie Tool blade to their wallets.
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You know how I love my YouTubes. I love my YouTubes so much. And I like sharing them with you, my loyal readers, or new readers, or intermediate readers, really I like sharing with anyone who will read my drivel. You also know how I love puppets. One of my favorite comedians, Jeff Dunham uses puppet in his act. I use puppets at conventions to sucker people up to our booth (or scare them away, whatever’s needed). My previous YouTube blog was about puppets, and this one will involve puppets as well.
Who has checked out Glove and Boots? No one? Well, averaging around 30,000-40,000 views a video I wouldn’t say they are viral, but they are defiantly worth a look. Now why am I talking about these puppets on a zombie blog? Well they have 3 videos in particular that will amuse us zombie fans. First, up is Zombie University. See the hilarious take on the fundamentals of Zombie survival, in a way that only puppets can explain. And how do they deal with the undead surrounding their home? Well same way I would… watch and find out.
Next one they have up isn’t as entertaining in my point of view, but everyone loves watching other people play Left 4 Dead. Can you imagine these knuckle heads playing a game that requires immense amount of concentration, skill and team work? I didn’t think so.
And who could not end a trio of zombie blogs without a mention of The Walking Dead? You saw Episode One of Season Two. Right? Don’t make me kick you out again, just watch the damn video.
Unfortunately, with the searching I’ve done, I have no Idea on who to give credit to for these marvelous videos, except by their YouTube name gloveandboots. You can subscribe to their YouTube channel here.
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