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ZombiU Box Art And New Trailer Are Far From Family Friendly

Posted on Friday, August 31 @ 15:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

ZombiU is easily one of the most anticipated titles among the Wii U's launch lineup. As one of the few titles that really makes use of the Wii U GamePad in interesting and innovative ways, there's plenty of reason to be hyped for Ubisoft's upcoming first-person zombie shooter.

To gear up for its launch, the publisher has released a new trailer for the game as well as the official cover art. The video (above) showcases gameplay from a level set in Buckingham Palace and provides all the brutal violence and gore you'd expect from a title in this genre.

Here's the North American box art.

Is it just me or does the cover art for Europe look a whole lot more awesome?
Why is it that those of us in the U.S. always get stuck with the crappy cover art? Do developers really think that we have such terrible taste?
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Tags:   Wii U, ubisoft

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