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Submitted by s8anicslayer 246d ago | review

Dead Rising 3 review | GamesTm

There’s a poster for the first season of The Walking Dead – the TV show, that is – that feels like the founding artistic guideline for Dead Rising 3. It depicts protagonist Rick Grimes alone in the desolate outskirts of Atlanta, where rows upon rows of cars have been abandoned in the wake of the recent zombie apocalypse. That’s the utterly serious end of zombie fiction, almost to a fault, and Capcom Vancouver intriguingly chose to marry this straight-faced approach to Dead Rising’s existing penchant for total silliness. (Dead Rising 3, Xbox One)
Tipsed by: MariaHelFutura
8/10

gusgusjr  +   246d ago
Sounds good, can't wait to try it.
psych  +   246d ago
Getting mine in 13 hours...

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