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Dead Island: Riptide publisher Deep Silver is offering to pay for one lucky couples wedding, including the honeymoon, but there’s a catch. The couple must be willing to have a zombie-themed wedding.

Yes that’s right! If you agree to these terms then Deep Silver will pay for the whole thing and send you on a luxury Caribbean honeymoon. “The search for two engaged Dead Island superfans who will be zombified for a Dead Island twist on a traditional beach wedding ceremony takes in every cemetery, grave and crypt the length and breadth of the UK,” the publisher states. “In return for becoming the official Dead Island Riptide zombie bride and groom, Deep Silver will host a Dead Island Riptide-themed zombie wedding ceremony and send the winning undead couple on a luxury Caribbean honeymoon.”

If you’re interested in this offer then all you have to do to enter is submit a YouTube video application to Riptide’s Facebook Page. The competition will close on February 14, Valentine’s Day.

“For the launch celebrations of Dead Island Riptide we wanted to do something different, and a zombie wedding with all the trappings certainly fits the bill and has not been done on this scale before,” Deep Silver’s head of marketing and PR Amy Namihas stated. “We’re excited to see the application videos from our prospective undead bride and groom and look forward to hosting the wedding of the fear.”

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Deep Silver Will Pay For Your Wedding, But Only If It’s Zombie-Themed

Dead Island: Riptide publisher Deep Silver is offering to pay for one lucky couples wedding, including the honeymoon, but there's a catch. The couple must be willing to have a zombie-themed wedding.

By Matthew Bennett | 01/10/2013 11:24 AM PT

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Dead Island: Riptide publisher Deep Silver is offering to pay for one lucky couples wedding, including the honeymoon, but there’s a catch. The couple must be willing to have a zombie-themed wedding.

Yes that’s right! If you agree to these terms then Deep Silver will pay for the whole thing and send you on a luxury Caribbean honeymoon. “The search for two engaged Dead Island superfans who will be zombified for a Dead Island twist on a traditional beach wedding ceremony takes in every cemetery, grave and crypt the length and breadth of the UK,” the publisher states. “In return for becoming the official Dead Island Riptide zombie bride and groom, Deep Silver will host a Dead Island Riptide-themed zombie wedding ceremony and send the winning undead couple on a luxury Caribbean honeymoon.”

If you’re interested in this offer then all you have to do to enter is submit a YouTube video application to Riptide’s Facebook Page. The competition will close on February 14, Valentine’s Day.

“For the launch celebrations of Dead Island Riptide we wanted to do something different, and a zombie wedding with all the trappings certainly fits the bill and has not been done on this scale before,” Deep Silver’s head of marketing and PR Amy Namihas stated. “We’re excited to see the application videos from our prospective undead bride and groom and look forward to hosting the wedding of the fear.”

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89