Still, if you ignore the Xbox 360 version and judge this game on its own, it's not quite as bad as pre-release hype built it up to be. Could it have been better? Easily. An unoptimized engine, extremely easy boss fights, and bad visuals (in and out of cutscenes) bring it down several notches, but still – it's a game about killing zombies. If you enjoy that, own a Wii, and have never played Dead Rising for the 360, Chop Till You Drop will give you at least a few solid days of fun.
On the other hand, if you own the original Dead Rising you're probably better off ignoring this one. Even zombies can't save it from being judged against its much better ancestor, and that's one fight it will never win.