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The first teaser for the zombie MMO H1Z1 was released this week by Sony Online Entertainment. By entering the Konami Code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A) on the game's official website, the footage became unlocked. The trailer titled "Will You Survive The Night" features a player navigating through a cemetery with stereotypical zombie grunting in the distance. It is clear that traveling at night will be a challenge as it appears zombies will notice the use of a light source. Unfortunately, there is no combat so it is uncertain how easy it will be to fight off any attacking undead. H1Z1 will be coming to Playstation 4 and PC though a release date has yet to be announced. For more on H1Z1 stay tuned to Game Podunk! Source: H1Z1 Official Website
Marcus Estrada posted a article in Industry NewsIf you have never heard of Bullet Run before now you wouldn't be the only one. The free-to-play MMO did not receive much media attention when it launched and only saw a handful of reviews. Reviewers didn't much care for the property and it seems gamers didn't as well. Although the game only launched last August, it is being shut down next month. Sony Online Entertainment published the game to expand their MMO catalog, but perhaps they should have shopped around longer. Acony Games certainly tried to create something great, but there are so many F2P options available these days that it's hard to stand out. Bullet Run is a simple MMO shooter which didn't have a chance in the current landscape. Those with any "Station Cash" in the game will not be refunded. Instead, the money will be saved to your SOE account to be used with other games. Beyond that, those who subscribed will see their subscriptions terminated this month and receive prorated refunds. It's always sad to see games end, but with so many vying for users it must be expected that many will fail.