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Dead Island (PC)

Dead Island (PC)
alaScore 87

37 reviews

Nov, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Dead Island (PC). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Reviews about the graphics and multi player mode are overall positive. There are some mixed reviews about the story.

action, multi player, graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Dead Island (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Michael Smith (

Dead Island- PC


Zombies have practically replaced Nazis and space aliens as gaming's enemy du jour. From Plants vs. Zombies to Left 4 Dead and Dead Rising and beyond, the shambling undead are everywhere these days. Developer Techland (Call of Juarez) and publisher...

The graphics problems notwithstanding, I was having a good time with Dead Island. But I won't return to the island of Banoi until all the bugs are squashed for good.

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Joe Sinicki (

Dead Island


Gone are the stereotypical grays and browns that plague most zombie shooters in favor of the tropical and luscious isle of Banoi, which looks breathtaking at times. There are some weird animations, but the voice acting more than makes up for those.

In a stall since the 1.3.0 update, but I'm hoping the new trainer will put me back into the game again when it becomes available.

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Jason McMaster (

Dead Island Review


Much like a zombie, Dead Island is ugly on the outside but? wait this analogy makes no sense

Interesting open world, beautiful locations, amazing sense of dread and tension, different take on zombie games

Bugs, overly difficult at times, wonky interface

Jason McMaster is a regular contributor to GameShark and also writes for Quarter to

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Gus Mastrapa (

Dead Island


This unambitious but serviceable frankengame was clearly cobbled together from scavenged parts.

Narratively, Dead Island is unambitious. There’s no attempt at satire, commentary, or quirk. The plot, mostly communicated through quest-givers, is straight-faced as a straight-to-cable horror flick, but like the rest of the game, it’s serviceable....

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Greg Miller (

Dead Island Review


Does Dead Island live up to its awesome debut trailer? Well...

Dead Island probably won't win any game of the year awards. It's got visual bugs, the controls take a bit to feel normal, and the presentation in general isn't up to snuff. But the game gets a lot right. There is a huge world to explore, thousands of...

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Bob Mackey (

Review: Dead Island is Like a Bunch of Games You've Already Played


There's not much originality to be found, but Techland's latest milks the last few drops of fun from the zombie genre.

Great games don't have to be completely original -- take Beyond Good and Evil, for instance. Michel Ancel's 2003 cult classic blended the best bits of Ocarina of Time and Metal Gear Solid to produce a fantastically playable experience that still has us...

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Jane Douglas (

Dead Island


A schlocky, gruesomely fun action role-playing game awaits you on Dead Island. Bring three friends.

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: (

Dead Island- PC


Dead Island manages to blend pieces of other titles into an overall better whole, but is marred by presentation issues and the odd bug. However, overcoming the horrific launch has left a half-decent action title that only just outstays its welcome.

Oct, 2011

Consumer review by: Tom Senior (

Dead Island- PC


Part grim, survivalist nightmare, part slapstick zombie comedy and the goriest game you'll play this year, Dead Island is the most fun you can have with an electrified cleaver and a sack of wet, walking flesh.

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Jason McMaster (

Dead Island- PC


Either you can ignore the clumsy interface and fight through to the game beneath or you can't. There's a great game under all the rubbish, but you have to be willing to shrug off a bunch of annoyances to get there.

Sep, 2011