The Worst Places To Be In A Zombie Apocalypse

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When the inevitable zombie apocalypse breaks out it’s pretty obvious where you should aim to be in order to be both safe and happy. That place is The Playboy Mansion (mind you, there aren’t many situations where that would be a bad venue of choice, to be honest). However, not much thought has gone into where you shouldn’t be.

Well here at Zombie Command we can save you the time and give you a handy guide of where to avoid, just in case you’re thinking of being in any of these places when it all kicks off.

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Left 4 Dead Chibi Stickers

2 Jun

Left 4 Dead Chibi Stickers

You too can own these adorable chibi style (deformed or childlike versions of characters) Left 4 Dead stickers for the low, low price of $8 a set or 2 for $2 from Shysuiko.

They also have Silent Hill, Bioshock and Zelda stickers, among others, if for some reason you don’t want a cute widdle Tank.

You can also catch the creators of these stickers, Shy and Coey at Cincinatti’s Collosalcon from the 3rd until the 6th of June.

Resident Evil Afterlife Poster

1 Jun

Resident Evil Afterlife poster

See, it’s clever because her elbow is in front of the text as if it was… 3D!!!

Click for much bigger version.

Red Band REC2 Trailer

31 May

The UK release of REC2 was last weekend but we’ve still not managed to see it. We’ll be having a report from New York sometime this month though.

In the meantime check out this new red band trailer.


Rock Of The Dead Coming To Xbox And PS3

31 May

Rock of the Dead

When you’re not playing Rock Band or Guitar Hero, chances are your plastic guitar controller is gathering dust. Well, Epicenter Studios is hoping to transform your guitar into a tool to stop the undead in an upcoming zombie “shooter” known as Rock of the Dead.

The game is pretty much a combination of Typing of the Dead, which it was largely inspired by, and a hint of Rock Band thrown into the mix. So, how’s it work? Instead of blowing off limbs or trying to put the undead down with a solid head shot, a riff appears on the screen. If you shred the riff, it’ll blow your enemies away. It takes on the approach of the notes flowing right-to-left rather than the top-to-bottom combination we’re accustomed to seeing in music and rhythm games. Still, some are disappointed that the game really is based more on how quickly you move the strum bar as opposed to the true musical feel of playing a semi-accurate note chart and finger tapping like a true guitarist. Still, the game is gaining heavy attention and is expected to capture a fairly large audience of gamers.

Plus, the game will be coming to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in addition to the Nintendo Wii, which it was originally announced for. Aside from graphical improvements, leaderboards and Trophies/Achievements, the non-Wii versions are expected to also include eight Rob Zombie/White Zombie tracks. Plus, Rob Zombie will be a boss in the game, assuming you can collect all the body pieces to unlock the battle.

Another feature included will be drum support, which follows the same basic principles as guitar mode. Still, both modes promise to be difficult and challenge the player, especially if you’re on a high difficulty while playing drums.

Rock of the Dead’s release date is set for October 5 for all platforms with a price tag of $40 for the 360/PS3 version. The title is expected to be stiff competition against Rock Band 3 and the next Guitar Hero release, but the game itself is unique in comparison to the two.