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Sidhe unveils Blood Drive trailer

28 Sep 10

Sidhe has just unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming post-apocalyptic vehicular carnage game, Blood Drive, due for release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this November.


Blood Drive takes place in a fictional televised game show where the player must do battle with other contestants and hordes of zombies. "Face undead frat boys, cops, strippers and bachelorette partiers, each with their own special brand of deat and devastation - and ways to die!" reads the announcement press release from Sidhe.


The game will be published by global giant Activision, the company behind the distribution of the blockbuster Call of Duty and Guitar Hero franchises.


Over-the-top vehicular combat and zombies are two things that go great together," said David Pokress, Activision publishing. "What more is there to say?"

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