Rise of Nightmares Goes on Vacation

By Rebecca Smith, 7 years ago
Most of you know about the existence of SEGA's upcoming Kinect title Rise of Nightmares. We know that it's a survival horror game, where players have to navigate through a mansion to try and find the un-named protagonist's kidnapped wife, whilst surviving traps and legions of zombies. What we don't know is exactly how your wife came to be trapped in a mansion in the first place.

Well, the new 'Euro Vacation' trailer that has arrived out of Gamescom attempts to solve that conundrum for you.

You know those zombies that I was telling you about? Well, SEGA also wishes to demonstrate some of the ways that you'll be able to kill them too.

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As is usual during big gaming events, developers also choose to re-release old screenshots and trailers mixed in with their new assets. Here is the handful of re-released screenshots that were chucked in with those above:

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Finally, those of you who are extremely observant will have noticed an advert for the GameStop pre-order bonus. This bonus will grant buyers an exclusive Mini Zombie avatar pet, as well as an exclusive dashboard theme and gamerpic pack. The game costs $49.99 to pre-order from here.

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Meanwhile, Amazon.com also has an exclusive pre-order bonus. Their bonus grants buyers an exclusive Jester avatar pet. The game costs $49.95 to pre-order from this retailer.

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Pre-order bonuses for other US retailers and other regions are yet to be confirmed.

Rise of Nightmares is due to be released on September 6th in North America, September 8th in Australasia and September 9th in Europe.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.