About GamePeople

Deadlight Inspired By Flashback

07/12/2012 FGTV: Deadlight Review
Created by
Game Reviews
Home | Family | The Family Gamer Column

Deadlight is a new Zombie survival game, this time eschewing the guns and machismo for running, escape, and survival. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk to game developer Tequila Works' CEO to find out all we can about this new spin on the Zombie adventure.

Subscribe via RSS or Email.

Family Gamer TV Season 2

Subscribe to the Family Gamer TV column:
RSS or Newsletter or YouTube.


Previously on FGTV...
Episode 2.1: Kinect Rush Review


Deadlight 360 Review

FGTV: Deadlight

Format:
360

Genre:
Platforming

Style:
Singleplayer
Thirdperson

Buy/Support:
Support Andy, click to buy via us...

In This Week's Show

Deadlight is a new game adventure about Zombie survival, this time eschewing the guns and machismo for running, escape, and survival. Inspired by "thinking platformers" such as Flashback and classic Prince of Persia, Deadlight is a very different Zombie game.

With so many Zombie-themed games we talk about the differences this game has in gameplay and style and talk about the games inspiration from classic "thinking platformers" such as Flashback and classic Prince of Persia and, more recently, Limbo.

We've written about related titles here:

Written by Andy Robertson

You can support Andy by buying FGTV: Deadlight



Subscribe to this column:
RSS | Newsletter

Share this review:

Andy Robertson writes the Family Gamer column.

"Videogame reviews for the whole family, not just the kids. I dig out videogame experiences to intrigue and interest grownups and children. This is post-hardcore gaming where accessibility, emotion and storytelling are as important as realism, explosions and bravado."


© GamePeople 2006-13 | Contact | Huh?

Grown up gaming?

Home | About | Radio shows | Columnists | Competitions | Contact

RSS | Email | Twitter | Facebook

With so many different perspectives it can be hard to know where to start - a little like walking into a crowded pub. Sorry about that.

But so far we've not found a way to streamline our review output - there's basically too much of it. So, rather than dilute things for newcomers we have decided to live with the hubbub while helping new readers find the columnists they will enjoy.

What sort of gamer are you?

Our columnists each focus on a particular perspective and fall into one of the following types of gamers: