Summary: This game was partly spawned from the desire to bring back classic slow-walking Romero zombies and the pushing of the then new 360's limits with displaying tons of on-screen enemies. The main character is the every-man freelance photographer Frank West. You take on the hordes inside the obviously Dawn of the Dead inspired Willamette Mall. Instead of taking itself seriously, it abounds with humor and B movie cheese factor. The gameplay is crazy fun.
Summary: This is definitely not a game for the younger crowd as it is very gory. I think Capcom has a hit on their hands and hopefully they can work it into a sequel in some way with improvements to the aforementioned bumps but hopefully they will get a patch over Live to help correct the text problems. Most of the time during the normal text there is not much voice over work.
Summary: This game is well made and is fun to play but here is the thing its basically modern warfare 2 just with a few changes and a different campaign. Granted some of the changes are very nice and make it a fun game the fact that its not that different makes it a little disappointing. Over all i would recommend this product, It is fun just not what a lot of people were hoping for.
Summary: If you've ever see George Romero's "Day Of The Dead" then this game may look familiar but there the similarity ends. This game is far more unique, entertaining, and inventive than the movie. Just like Romero's movie, survivors are trapped in a shopping mall fighting for survival. The game had the potential to be the best game ever designed (at least by Capcom). I would have given it 7 stars because it's that much fun.
Summary: I read many reviews and saw the ratings and thought this could be a fun game. Man was I wrong, this game absolutely rocked! Challenging, intense, action packed, cool story line, funny situations from time to time. The graphics aren't super high-def quality, but some people just freak out about that too much. I'm telling you this game is a blast. I think the develops really tried to make this as close to real life as you can with a zombie game.
Summary: When it comes to zombies, few publishers have more experience with them than Capcom. The company has made a mint in recent years off various iterations of the Resident Evil series, and that franchise shows no signs of slowing any time soon. So, it is with some curiosity that we now find ourselves with Dead Rising, an Xbox 360 zombie game produced by Capcom that has exactly zero to do with anything Resident Evil.
Summary: Well, I have been enjoying Dead Rising for a week now and I can't honestly think of a game out there that is more fun than this one. While I do agree with everone else that the small font puts a damper on the mood, I have just learned to move on with it. I can read it but it is tough on the old eyes. I have a standard def 36" WEGA and while it is small, it is legible. I will try it on my parents 61" Hidef this weekend to see any difference.
Killing zombies with anything you can find? 10 bucks? yes please!
J. Marzetti, Amazon
29 November 2010
Summary: I remember playing the demo for this when it first came out and just never bought it. I played the demo for dead rising 2 and remembered how much I like killing zombies so I jumped on this when i saw it was $10.98. It's not perfect, and there are some annoying features like the lack of autosave and how you can lose a ton of progress by forgetting to save and getting killed right before the objective, but you're killing hundreds of zombies with everything from chainsaws...