Monday, July 16, 2012

Download Game Dead Block

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Where Dead Block ultimately falls apart is in its refusal to evolve these tasks. Every stage is a foregone conclusion. You know that any nearby window will allow zombies in. You know what to break and what to search through. Almost immediately, the game begins recycling these concepts to the point of abject tedium. You'll hammer on the B button so many times while bustin' chifforobes that it may require replacement following the end of the game. The minigames inserted to try and add some "game" to the process of perpetual item-hunting are merely dull variations on "how fast can you press the trigger buttons in succession?" and "can you time this A button press correctly?" This never becomes more complicated, nor more interesting. You repeat the same meager set of actions ceaselessly until the game simply stops throwing more levels at you.

And that's after just a couple of hours. There are some multiplayer co-op levels, but you can't play them online. With so little content to speak of, and only early fits of charm to mask the overwhelmingly monotonous mechanics, Dead Block feels like a weird product of a bygone era. It's as if it was plucked from the earliest days of downloadable gaming, back when digital games often relied more on single-minded gimmicks than the fully fleshed-out concepts of late, and $10 seemed like such a great deal for any game you could play with buttons on a console. That era has long since passed us by, and we're better for it. Pass on Dead Block, and you'll be better for it, too.

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel Celeron E1500 Dual-Core 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • HDD: 850 MB free disk space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible 256 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9

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