Summary: I ordered this game (with free 2nd day delivery) over the weekend. I waited patiently to "chop til I dropped", it finally arrived and I put it in without hesitation (BIG COD zombies fan), this game blows!! The controls suck!
Summary: I am happy for I purchased this game under $20! because it doesnt worth more than that. You get missions from Otis then you run in to mall to rescue survivors, this is generally whats happening in the game, I was bored after couple of missions, like I said, its all same, all same!
Summary: The game description makes the game sound like the greatest zombie game ever made but it is more like the worst. Gameplay gets repetive quickly and the mission only focus on resuing other survivors. Zombies would randomly spawn right after an area was cleared and this got pretty annoying.
The Thrill Of Wandering Around Killing Zombies Wears Off Fast With Chop 'Till You Drop
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3 October 2009
Summary: Dead Rising: Chop 'Till You Drop Review Grade: D+ ...Yes, at first this game does manage to have some shred of fun embedded deep into it. The first time you play it, it is fun to just wander around, shooting zombies, collecting food and weapons, and rescuing survivors.
Summary: Cheap cash-in port. Game just doesn't transfer well to the Wii. And it is a fairly boring game overall. There is no comparison between this game and RE4 on the Wii. Both use the same engine. But RE4 looks much better and is much better crafted than Chop til you Drop.
Summary: It's built on the Resident Evil 4 engine and was released by the same company Capcom. It's similar in many ways, but better in none and worse in many. You have similar weapons like the shotgun and the "Blacktail" handgun.