Dead Rising 3 was arguably the best launch title across both next-gen systems with it’s fun but well-worn zombie-decapitating gameplay, deep re-playability, and general uniqueness. It was great, even if it was simply the next iteration in a familiar series. Its first expansion was delayed and rolled into a massive (13GB!) patch that improved the frame-rate and general stability of the game, which is nice.
However, as Pee Wee Herman once said, “everyone has a big ‘but.’”