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Publisher Deep Silver has teamed up with a custom vehicle specialist to build a real-life zombie killing pickup truck.
Was THQ’s demise the result of bad management, bad circumstances or just plain bad luck?
Koch Media owned publisher Deep Silver has added another notable title to its ranks – Grasshopper’s Killer Is Dead.
Deep Silver has issued an apology over the mutilated female torso sculpture included in the Dead Island Riptide: Zombie Bate Edition announced earlier today.
Deep Silver has lifted the lid on a new edition of the upcoming Dead Island Riptide – and it’s a little risqué to say the least.
Times are tough and money is tight. You want to marry your beloved partner but how are on earth are you going to pay for it?
Deep Silver has announced an April 26th 2013 release date for Dead Island Riptide in the UK.
Deep Silver has released a teaser video for Dead Island: Riptide.
Southend Interactive has announced its working on a multiplatform title for an ‘already existing and popular’ brand from publisher Deep Silver.
Deep Silver’s zombie sequel Dead Island: Riptide will have a discounted RRP due to it being “the end of a console cycle”.
Deep Silver has announced Dead Island Riptide, a new entry following up on the publisher’s zombie horror title.
Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager is not currently working on Dead Island 2, publisher Deep Silver has asserted.
Deep Silver has announced a delay for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of their pirate RPG Risen 2.
Back to the Future: The Game arrives in UK stores in April, Deep Silver has announced.
There's a healthy spate of new releases on shelves this week, including supernatural shooters, surreal puzzle games and sprawling RPGs.
Catherine is making advances on the High Street, thanks to publisher Deep Silver’s seductive POS campaign.
Having enjoyed success digitally, Telltale’s Back to the Future: The Game is to receive a retail release courtesy of Deep Silver in the EMEA region.
Publisher Deep Silver has announced that the European version of bizarre erotic puzzle game Catherine will include a reversible cover.
Wargaming.net’s online multiplayer war shooter World of Tanks is heading to UK retail next month, courtesy of publisher Deep Silver.
Global entertainment giant Lionsgate and acquired the rights to make a feature film based on recent Deep Silver hit Dead Island.
The game of TV sensation X Factor is getting a second audition at retail next month.
Deep Silver’s console and PC title Dead Island has claimed its second week at No.1 in the UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Hungry consumers have caused Dead Island to sell out – with GAME raising its price to £47.99 – but more stock is on the way.