Dead Rising creator Keiji Inafune has revealed that, should Capcom give Dead Rising 3 the green light, he'll want Blue Castle Games back on board to develop it.
Lets hope this happens.
If this happens then this will be the first Dead Rising game I'll buy.
They made the 2nd one... So you will support the third if developed by them, but not the 2nd later this month...?
Because the characters and where the game takes place is terrible. There is a better chance of me buying the 3rd game but honestly I doubt I will buy it as there will be better games to save my money for.
Well if DR 2 is a hit, this is a no brainer.
Get rid of the clock then it's all good.
That's a big part of what sets this series apart from every other game out there. The timed gameplay really ups the intensity. As long #3 is out in 2-3 years I welcome it.
Im on the fence on that one to be fair, i think they should have a better time system set up such as getting rid of the overall 7 day system and have it so when you go to an npc on the map and activate a mission the time to complete it should start from there, and when no missions are active you can do whatever the hell you like, you've all the time in the world, also u get as many days as u like.
If you get rid of the clock, you're getting rid of most of the game. I kinda like having boundaries in Dead Rising - it keeps things interesting. Also, Blue Castle = bad mofos.
I mean something like a free roam option with other missions that'll help you in the main game such saving 5 people, taking them to a room and having them build weapons that'll appear in your invertory duing the main, timed game.
As it's not being developed by the Japanese.
U mean in japan?
So are you saying that they don't like anything out of Japan...I don't know about you but all hardware (except MS)this generation and half of the last (except the Dreamcast) was only developed in Japan, and made in China...
I personly dont see why this game wont sell well on ps3, japan included.
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