Summary: almost unacceptable. Almost. I am pretty devout Wii fan and defender. CAPCOM did the Wii some major favors with the Resident Evil releases but even I have to say some of the peeps over at CAPCOM Wii division dropped the ball on this one. The controls and game mechanics are built around RE4 [resident evil 4 Wii port A++] however the enemy AI is almost non existent.
Summary: I only had a Wii when I purchased this and I thoroughly enjoy the game. But after playing a demo of the game on another console I saw what was missing in this version. If all you have is a Wii them get this for it but if you have another platform get it for that.
Summary: This is a great little game as long as you don't think about it all that much. What I mean is the actual plot sequences are really cheesey! The action is fun because you have an unlimited amount of zombies to wander through and kill which is the whole point of the game. But there really is nothing you need to think about just have fun .....point, click,and fire type of fun!
Summary: If you like Grand Theft Auto, then you'll like the mission style gameplay. I, personally, thought it was boring. The zombies don't really react until you're right on top of them, and its not particularly scary.
Summary: From reviews I've read, it sounds like the XBOX 360 version of this game is more fun: better graphics & more zombies and NO FREAKING PARROTS. Argh. The parrots get pretty annoying. But I digress. DEADRISING is one of those games that's pretty fun to play, but the gameplay gets a little bit repetitive. The missions and the scenery don't change very much throughout the game, and fairly quickly you've explored all there is to explore.
Summary: I was honestly very excited about this game when it was announced. Using the wiimote to slice and dice the zombie masses. How cool! Too bad something was lost in the translation. Yes. I know it is a port from a more powerful system. The main selling point of the first Dead Rising was wading into hundreds of on-screen zombies with a make-shift weapon designed to send dozens of zombie body parts flying in a number of funny ways.
Summary: When Capcom announced they would be porting Dead Rising over to the Wii, we all pretty much figured that there would be a number of elements that would be lost in the translation. Well, there definitely are, but for the most part, Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop still manages to provide some good, zombie slaying fun despite its flaws.
Summary: Pros: +Improved control scheme +Lots of ways to take down your adversaries; lots of freedom Cons: -Not a lot of detail, even for a Wii game -Fairly bad voice acting and presentation of the story -Poor AI from your allies A couple of years ago, Capcom released Dead Rising on the XBOX360. It was a surprisingly good game that really showcased what the 360 was capable of at the time. Putting hordes of zombies on screen and giving you a million ways to play.