Summary: Skip this one, the first one was ok but I found this one quite boring and being forced to play motorcycle parts and stuff just ruins the experience for me. Play Dead Rising 1 or better yet the Dead Island series or Dying Light and to a lesser extent Left For Dead series.
Summary: Starting off with, I'm a gamer who frequently plays games in windowed mode, as I like to have easy access to my desktop and messenger and e-mail while gaming, and my monitor is big enough to accommodate.
Summary: [Good] The zombie killing premise inside of a mall with lots of stuff is pretty good. General gameplay is good if you don't mind repetition. [Bad] Games for Windows Live: Even though I was on Windows 8, which makes you sign in, this game just didn't work until you re-downloaded and re-installed...
Summary: I figured that DR2 would be a good deal for $20. Ugh...not really. Really, I just paid $20 to get frustrated and curse a lot really loudly. Here's why: 1) Timed missions: you have a set amount of time to complete missions, so even though it seems like a "sandbox" game, it ain't. So that stinks.
1337 "It'll either be night to treasure or a horrible interspecies-awkwardness thing.", Amazon
16 January 2011
Summary: This game is destroyed by hard key customization. Plus you can not see what controls are how to change them. You have to find out for yourself what to do. The game story seems fine. The language is too offensive through the whole game. Some bosses/psychos are insane.
Summary: I've had an HP Vista PC for 2 years with no problems ever. When I installed Dead Rising, a game that on the cover said it was for PC, my PC went into a series tailspin that I have not yet been able, after 2 months to recover it.