Video Feature: A Brief History of Zombies in Video Games

Video Feature: A Brief History of Zombies in Video Games

Take a look at how the undead have changed over the years with our video tour of zombies through the generations.

Zombies might be incredibly prolific in games these days, but they haven't always existed in their current form.

In order to shed some light on just how far the undead have come since those innocent 8-bit days of yesteryear, I've assembled a little video guide—my first for the site—to the many changes zombies have seen over generations of hardware. And if you like what you see here, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more ways to educate yourself on highly important subjects like this one featured below.

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