Today, Capcom released the first images of the Wii version of Dead Rising, which was announced at E3. Some of the images appear to be coming from cutscenes and look better then the others.
This and Bikini Zombie Slayers should prove to be mindless fun ;)
if they get the text font right for the wii version
Yeah, I don't see how people without an HDTV were able to play the 360 version.
I can only imagine how fun dead rising is gonna be on wii seeing as i havent got one.
I have a Wii. And just bought a 360. Should I get this game? Wait? I'm a graphics whore (why give it up if you don't have to?) so ...
With the exception of the lower resolution, it looks very similar to Xbox 360 version.
I want to see gameplay mechanics.... Grephics deparment is kinda "out of my interest" when the Wii comes to my mind.
Dead Rising never pushed the 360, but those look too good to be on Wii.
@tplarkin7 I'm one achievement away from 1000 achievements on the Xbox 360 version. So I've had many hours staring at the 360 version. It's obvious by the resolution and the low res texture maps that this isn't the 360 version. But for the Wii, this looks top notch. I re-bought Resident Evil 4 for the Wii and it was worth re-experiencing. I intend on re-buying Dead Rising for Wii. I'm sure it will be good.
Those are Xbox 360 images. I attached Xbox 360 images which are similar or identical! The Carlito pic is from Gamespot.com. The Isabella pic and Chopper pic is from http://www.visualwalkthroug...
All the Cut Scenes are video from the 360 version. The gameplay is actually Wii graphics.
These were presented as "images from the Wii version". Also, if you look at the Isabella images. They are literally the same. The 360 cut-scenes were 100% real time. Even if the Wii uses video for the cut-scenes, the resolution will be 480p max. The image of Isabella should look blurrier, but it doesn't.
capcom often get the best out of hardware they have had alot of practice with similar hardware with the graphically amazing (for the time) resi evil games character models are as good as resi evil 0/4 but am having trouble imagining this quality with 3000 plus zombies.
That is roughly 480. 480 itself isn't really "blurry", its just that typically lower resolution textures are used, so it looks blurry. The cut scenes were Real time in the 360 version, However, they it appears obvious they are recording video of the cut scenes, and then putting them on the disc. If that was the case, then by that logic, if you watched a movie like Advent Children on DVD (Which is 480), it would look terrible. But it doesn't (not as good as it would at 720 or 1080), However, it's because of the high resolution textures and rendering that it looks soft.
Dead Rising runs at 720p or higher on 360 (1280x720). The Wii is 480p (640x480). I said "blurrier". 480p is blurrier than 720p, yet the supposed Wii images look identical to the 360 pics.
it look goood
WOAH!!!..WOW!!! in some pictures it had almost decieved me that this is the 360 version...but then if you look closely you see that this is the Wii version.( and in some pictures the colors are very different...maybe they use different shaders...or maybe none ;-) ) The Faces and the models are looking REALLY good A kick a$$ game that i never thought would come to the Wii...so..enjoy it! :D
@WSK Yeah the grafix looks on par with the 360 but when you take a closer look, you can see that it's a lil watered down from the 360 version. I'm just happy that the grafix are not as watered down as some people were saying. I hope Capcom adds some new content to the game to make the game better.
are they serious...they are bringing it to the wii and not the ps3....wtf......("_" )
Ace! Wish there was a sequel though.
There's a sequel in the works, but it hasn't been officially announced yet. Supposedly it takes place in Las Vegas. PS: those screens look pretty decent.
I suspect there wont be nearly as many enemies on screen.
Lets all sing Crapcom Crapcom. "Crapcom cancels PS3 version. Crapcom, you son of a gun. Crapcom ceases DMC Playstation norm. and makes it multi--- platform."
they use the real time cut scene in the 360 version and record them in video for the Wii version, thats why they looks very good in cut scene but the actually game looks 10 times worse.
The 360 version had a huge amount of zombies on screen, I suspect the wii version will have a LOT less.
Nice graphics considering is the wii of course
The Wii gets this game and the PS3 got sh1tty Lost Planet. Capcom stinks!
So.... Capcom is full of retards.. Surprise, surprise.
they might as well bring it out on ps2.
The graphics look really good. I guess the wii is more powerful than I thought.
Wow, that's a letdown after playing the 360 version. Not sure what I expected though. There's a lot of background aliasing and much less detail... not to mention not being HD. The 360 version was a thing of beauty. This is just a jagged mess.
I'm not sure I'd go as far as to call it a mess, but it doesn't have the detail and number of zombies onscreen. I'll rent it just to see how it stacks up.
/facepalm Ughh.. Capcom I used to have this love for you but it is fading. Breaks my heart to see this game on the trashy Wii kid console. Another 360 exlcusive bites the dust along with most of my respect for Capcom.
The Wii port looks pretty good.
Why would they do this? wasnt the big thing about this game was the amount of action on screen at once? yeah I dont think the wii could do thousands of zombies.
lol yeah real powerhouse 360 is huh? Even the Wii can handle its games.
last generation the gc and ps2 coped with many things going on the screen, i'm sure the wii will be fine. People really underestimate it.
there's no game on ps2 or gamecube that comes even close to having as much going on at a time.
well they suck. bottom line
crapcom is really starting to piss me right the hell off.
Damn those graphics are horrible. If you own both consoles get the 360 version. One of the best games this gen.
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