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Forums Software PC Gaming. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Previous Next Sort by votes. I’m personally not a huge fan of the core Dead Rising gameplay style, but it’s a fantastic addition to this third outing, enabling Dead Rising 3 to cater to all. The story is a little lacking, to be fair. With the zombie outbreak reaching uncontrollable proportions, the city of Los Perdidos based loosely on Los Angeles is cordoned off, quarantined and left to fend for itself.

And a government air strike is on its way to nuke the whole city in a week, setting you your in-game time limit the days only progress as you progress through the story, leaving only the side missions with time limits. In racing about the city, teaming up with other rather embellished characters, caricatures and personalities, you devise an escape plan in amongst whiffs of government conspiracies, psychotic biker gangs, your own mysterious past, and doctors trying to harvest your organs.

It’s an enjoyable ride, definitely, but there’s nothing about the narrative that really shows itself off.

It’s simply all been done before. Focus has mainly gone into refining gameplay with the new technologies of the Xbox One, and it shows. The aforementioned zombies lining the horizon are impressive, and the game experiences only rare and slight slowdown when you muck in and wade through the countless hordes. Close-ups of faces both in-game and during cutscenes are crisp and clear, and showcases the new hardware nicely.

However, there are some notable issues with Dead Rising 3’s gameplay, once you look beyond the beautiful veneer. Zombies can sometimes, not always attack you through certain walls, and vice versa.

Fantastic blood effects smear your character’s skin and clothes, then just disappear. Certain glitches in textures pop-up What Dead Rising 3 is, is pure enjoyment that begins as fun, but then escalates quickly into a collection of over-the-top moments of undead genocide and unparalleled weapon customisation. Gone are the workbenches from the first two games, granting Nick the ability to craft new weapons on the move.

A couple of seconds of pounding music accompany the crafting moments, which hammer home the urgency you normally find yourself in when it comes to making these new weapons.

And with Dead Rising 3 opening up the landscapes somewhat to incorporate four districts of the city divided by motorways, vehicles are a primary focus of not only transporting you from A to B, but also in weaponising them to make your commutes between missions as efficiently zombie-genocidal as possible. Street cleaners can be combined with party vans to make the Party Slapper, a vehicle that sucks zombies into it and churns them out the other end in big balls of zombie mush.

Feeling a little more bloodthirsty? No problem, just graft a steamroller onto the front of your motorbike and let the carnage begin. Supported Game Platforms. Download Free. Developer: Capcom Vancouver. Publisher: Capcom, Microsoft Studios.

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Need for Speed Unbound. We would have been surprised if it did worse than that. If Dying Light eventually proved to be a victory for Techland, at first it looked very much like a defeat. The Dead Island franchise had achieved huge success from relatively humble beginnings, and after the first game and a standalone expansion, Dead Island: Riptide, there was no doubt that Deep Silver wanted a sequel. Ultimately, though, it decided to find a new studio to move the franchise forward: Yager Development, which was dropped from the project last year.

We had just built a great IP. It was a good thing, but we didn’t know that yet. Techland did know one thing, though: Dead Island wasn’t the best zombie game it could make, thanks in no small part to the difference between its own ideas and those of its publisher.

Marchewka points to the “acradey” and “exaggerated” tone of the two games on which it worked as an example of Deep Silver’s influence. The spectacularly misjudged promotional statue for Riptide – a bloodied, disembodied female torso clad only in a bikini – was another. The split from Deep Silver, Marchewka says, “allowed us to create what we wanted, without the influences and changes from the publisher.



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Dead Rising 3 counters that in a way that will open up the franchise to a wider audience, whilst not alienating its core, faithful fanbase too much.







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