Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Dead Rising

Frank West returns to Willamette Mall in Dead Rising 4 trailer

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Following the re-releases of Dead Rising 1 and 2, a new gameplay trailer has gone live for Dead Rising 4. Return to the Mall brings players back to Willamette Mall. Fresh from his virtual vacation, Frank West is once again cutting (and bashing and riding and shooting) a path through zombie hordes in search of the shadowy government agency responsible for the outbreak.

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Dead Rising, DR2, and DR2: Off the Record launch for console, PC

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Capcom is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of Dead Rising with the release of three newly updated titles: Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. They are offered on a variety of platforms, with a mixture of physical and digital releases. All of the titles come bundled with their associated downloadable content, and have been upgraded to run in 1080p at 60fps. That’s a lot of zombie slaying, but players have plenty of time to catch up with Frank West’s origins, and fellow protagonist Chuck Greene, before Dead Rising 4 launches on December 6.

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Dead Rising 4 up for pre-order with retail-exclusive, general bonuses

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Microsoft has begun to take pre-orders for the standard edition of Dead Rising 4. Series fans will want to take note that getting in early will net them several downloadable packs. Those who go through the Microsoft Store will receive the exclusive X-Fists pack, which gives the EXO Suit a boost to bash through undead hordes. Additionally, players will also receive the goodies offered by other retailers, which will add the Steampunk Snowman Head, Candy Cane Crossbow, and Slicecycle.

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Dead Rising 1, 2, Off the Record announced for PC, PS4, Xbox One

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Capcom is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Dead Rising by looking back to its past. Beginning on September 13, Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record will launch digitally for Xbox One and, in their PlayStation debut, PS4. Not just that, but Dead Rising and Dead Rising 2 will also get physical releases for console, while the original will be available on Steam for PC. All three re-releases will feature improved visuals with 1080p at 60fps as well as all downloadable content. Check out a spruced-up Frank West and Chuck Greene below in new pics and trailer.

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Dead Rising 4 gameplay footage released from Comic-Con

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More out of Comic-Con, and this time it’s some new gameplay from Dead Rising 4. After a brief series recap, members of the development team offer a quick overview with footage featuring plenty of selfies, weird weapons, and combo attacks. The footage was revealed alongside a hands-on demo for PC and Xbox One and a panel featuring several members of the team. No word if the panel will be posted.

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E3 2016 – Microsoft: Xbox One 2, Scorpio, Forza Horizon, Dead Rising

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Microsoft had plenty to show at their conference, including gameplay reveals of Rare’s Pirate-themed multiplayer-entric Sea of Thieves and the co-op-friendly Forza Horizon 3. Other trailers posted below include announcement videos for Dead Rising 4, State of Decay 2, and We Happy Few, plus more from Scalebound, ReCore, and others. Phantom Dust is still a go, too (woo!). Play Anywhere was prominent, which further integrates Xbox One and Windows 10 by offering cross-buy support and same-day release for MS-published titles. The biggest reveals were the Xbox One S and Project Scorpio. The Xbox One S will be 40 percent smaller, come in white, have an internal power supply, support 4K Ultra HD for Blu-rays and streaming content, support High Dynamic Range (HDR) for games, and come with an updated controller. Kinect adapters will be required, but they will be free from Microsoft. The systems will roll out August 2016 for $299 (500 GB), $349 (1 TB), and $399 (limited launch edition 2 TB). Project Scorpio will be arriving holiday 2017, and is being described as “the most powerful console ever created” with support for 4K gaming and VR thanks to its “6 teraflops of GPU.” All Xbox One games will work on all Xbox One systems.

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Zombie Vikings to get physical version, Ragnarök Editiön, for PS4

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Zoink Games’ comedic hack-and-slash adventure title Zombie Vikings: Ragnarök Editiön will be hitting store shelves this fall for PS4. Rising Star Games has signed on to release a physical version for North America. The brawler, written by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal’s Zach Weinersmith, will be playable solo or co-op with up to four players, with players leading a band of zombie Vikings in a quest to retrieve Odin’s magic eye from Loki. The boxed version will come with several bonuses, including five extra bonus Verses Arenas, two extra playable characters, and an unlockable making-of video.

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Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition launches online for PC

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PC gamers envious of their Xbox One counterparts’ bloody rampages through the undead hordes in Los Perdidos are finally getting their turn today with the launch of Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition. The $49.99 digital release includes Dead Rising 3 along with the four downloadable packs that combine to make up the add-on Untold Stories of Los Perdidos. The PC version features a “high resolution with fully optimized visuals and upgraded textures on characters, backgrounds and in-game objects” along with the regular Steam extras, such as Achievements, Cloud saving, Trading Cards, leaderboards, and controller support.

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Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX hits Live

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Capcom has released a new download pack for Dead Rising 3, the incredibly named Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX + alpha. The new pack adds an arcade mode with support for four-player co-op, new Capcom-themed costumes, and all previous Dead Rising protagonists as playable characters. The costumes, cribbed from Final Fight, Street Fighter, Vampire Savior, and other series, also bestow the original owner’s powers onto the Dead Rising crew. Shadow bosses, giant super zombies, and unlockable bonus characters are also included.

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Dead Rising 3 announced for PC, to launch on Steam this summer

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Dead Rising 3, formerly an Xbox One exclusive, will be making its way to PC later this summer. Capcom has announced that it will be a download-only release available through Steam. This version will feature “high PC resolutions with fully optimized visuals for the wide screen, upgraded textures on characters, backgrounds and in-game objects.” As a Steam title, the game will support Steam Achievements, Clouds, and Trading Cards as well as support for global leaderboards and controllers.

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