I’ve got two quick questions for you. First of all, do you like prizes? And second, would you like to gun down hundreds of blood thirsty zombies in a series of explosive chain reactions, with just a few carefully placed shots?
If you answered “No” to both of those questions then you should probably skip the next couple of paragraphs. But, if you answered with an emphatic “Yes” to either, then pay close attention, as we’ve got some OMG Zombies Steam codes to give away to 20 lucky winners!
To win this great prize all you have to do is tell us how you would go about surviving a zombie apocalypse. Just add your answer to the comments section of this blog before Sunday 11th May, and you’ll automatically be entered into our prize draw. We’ll announce the winner on this blog post the following Monday, so be sure to check back here as we’ll also be providing information on how to claim your prize.
Please do not enter the competition with a guest account, as this would mean we would be unable to give you your Steam code.
OMG Zombies is based on OMG HD Zombies (Vita), a massively enhanced remake of the critically acclaimed OMG-Z (PSP), which currently sits in the top 10 PSP games of all time on Metacritic.
For those of you who haven’t experienced the simple joys of zombie-popping, the virus in OMG Zombies is the result of a virulent fungus that causes its zombified victims to explode when attacked. That’s pretty cool in itself, but if any infected body parts land on another zombie then they’ll explode too, causing a chain-reaction tsunami of gore! Wise to this, as a highly trained Riot Cop, you’re able to use your wits to take down hordes of the undead with a single well-placed rifle round.
In other news, earlier today we released a fairly minor patch for Agarest: Generations Of War Zero on Steam. This patch fixes an issue that on some rare occasions could lead to the game hanging when loading an affected save game.
While I’m on the subject of Agarest Zero, watch out for the second DLC bundle which will be released next week. So far, the first bundle seems to have been very popular with you all, but if you have any comments on how we are handling the DLC then please feel free to let us know.
And before I go, just a quick word about the recent release of Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer’s Call (aka Nocturne) on PSN in North America. While I can’t comment on whether this title will be released in Europe, I’ve been hearing a few stirrings regarding a possible European PSN release for Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 1 & 2 as PS2 classics. I can’t promise anything just yet, but I’m hoping that this might mean the conflicts with the emulator which prevented us from releasing the game on PSN last year have now been fixed. I will of course provide you with more news on this as soon as I get it, so as always, keep watching this space!
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