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Submitted by stevivor 405d ago | review

Review: Dead Rising 3 | Stevivor

Stevivor -- "Dead Rising was a launch game for the Xbox 360, and thanks to Capcom Vancouver, Dead Rising 3 is similarly available at the time of the Xbox One. It’s ironic that both games are so enjoyable, yet illustrate how much developers have to learn about the launch consoles they’ve been designed for.

"If you’ve played either of the Dead Rising games before it, you know what to expect from Dead Rising 3. Whilst the original Dead Rising was a trailblazer, it was decidedly Japanese: kooky and full of weird game mechanics and restraints. Want to save your game? Head to a bathroom. Your main character? Well, he’s a photographer who’s covered wars (you know). You get the idea." (Dead Rising 3, Xbox One) 7.5/10

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