Excerpt: I'll preface this second opinion by saying I've never been into the Dead Risings. I played about an hour of the first two, and never got hooked. The third time's the charm, I suppose, because I played Dead Rising 3's entire campaign... for better or worse.
Pros: Killing 70 zombies in one strike with a propane tank strapped to a traffic light
Cons: Forced environmental barriers that arbitrarily preserve story and difficulty integrity.
Excerpt: Part of the point of zombies is their overwhelming numerical superiority. For this reason, Dead Rising 3 is an amazing piece of technology. It crams its streets gloriously full of zombies. The breadth of its shambling mobs has always been a strength of the Dead Rising games.
Excerpt: Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha is a new DLC made exclusively for Dead Rising 3 on Xbox One. Capcom has been known to release a number of sequels and remakes with some pretty extravagant names over the years, but this new release satires the idea with all new...
Excerpt: Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 , despite problems both internal and external, is a ton of fun. If you’re a fan of Capcom and its often-ridiculous history, you’re going to laugh out loud as you uncover all of the references and unlockables.
Pros: Shameless, over-the-top smorgasbord of Capcom fanservice
Cons: Sometimes-wonky control, online is practically a ghost town
Conclusion: Concept: Pay homage to Capcom's past by converting Dead Rising 3 into an old-school arcade brawler
Graphics: A subtle cel-shading effect and expanded color palette breathe new life into Los Perdidos
Sound: Remixed versions of Street Fighter, Final Fight, and other classic tunes are a highlight of...
Excerpt: The final part of the Los Perdidos stories DLC is here, and while it still isn't up to much it's thankfully nowhere near as bad as the last one. Focusing on ZDC agent Brad Park rather than the fundamentally dislikable Hunter from part 3 means that it can't help but look good in comparison, and there...
Summary: Those of you who were hoping for a blockbuster end to the series of downloadable episodes will likely be disappointed. The Last Agent sets itself up well with a stronger premise, which actually expands upon the campaign plot, but falters in its execution.
Summary: My only real problem with Broken Eagle is that it’s not brilliant value. Level 50 players can breeze through it in a couple of hours, and there’s not much in the way of additional weapons, vehicles or blueprints.