It’s Monday morning and if you’ve been feverishly trying to catch up on the stories you’ve missed over the weekend then fear not as we’ve rounded up the best ones in a quick fire article.
There’s an overwhelming number of zombies shuffling into our headlines this weekend – starting with ArmA 2 mod DayZ.
The zombie survival mod boasted over 420,000 players this weekend and creator Dean Hall expects the player count to reach half a million sometime this week.
Meanwhile, popular comic book and TV series The Walking Dead got a double dose of contagious news.
Meanwhile, Kinect Star Wars team Terminal Reality and publisher Activision confirmed work on a whole new Walking Dead game.
The first-person shooter will follow Daryl and Merle Dixon, two brothers who appear in the TV series, as they fight for survival on their journey to Atlanta.
Moving away from shuffling corpses and it seems music legend Paul McCartney has announced he’s working with former Halo studio Bungie.
No word on what game the Paul’s music will be for but we’d say that Bungie’s upcoming title codenamed Destiny is a safe bet.
Capcom’s told Dragon’s Dogma fans to hold onto their discs and no, not just so they can have a crack at Resident Evil 6 early.
The game’s director says more content is on the way for the action RPG and is suggesting he might come back for a sequel.
Sony slapped a release date on PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale on Friday and now it’s added two new characters to its roster: Tekken’s Heihachi and Sony mascot Toro.
Tags: 343 Industries, Activision, ArmA 2, Bungie, capcom, DayZ, Destiny, Dragons Dogma, Halo, Halo 2, Paul McCartney, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Resident Evil 6, Telltale Games, Terminal Reality, The Walking Dead
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