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Dead Rising 2 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B002BWONDU
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 24 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,493 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:Xbox 360  |  Edition:Standard Edition

Product Description

Dead Rising 2 builds on the combat system of Dead Rising where anything that could be picked up could be used as a weapon, by considerably increasing the number of items Chuck will find in Fortune City's casinos, bars and shops. Just as in the original Chuck will be able to make use of items that range from 'traditional' weapons like guns and swords to the more improvised such as roulette wheels, croupier sticks, wheelchairs and stuffed marlins. But Dead Rising 2 takes combat one stage further with a set of truly unique weapons including the paddle-saw (two chain-saws attached to either end of a canoe paddle) and the self-explanatory drill bucket.

Manufacturer's Description

Several years have passed since the Wilamette incident, and while Frank West was able to save America from a zombie apocalypse, the cause of zombification was not completely contained. This led to continued zombie outbreaks throughout the United States.

Dead Rising 2 shifts the action from the everyday world of mid-West America to the glitz and glamour of Fortune City, America's latest and greatest entertainment playground. People flock to Fortune City from around the globe to escape from reality and the chance to win big.

Enter former national Motocross champion, Chuck Greene. Before he hit the big time with a team and sponsorship behind him Chuck was forced to repair his own bikes, leaving him incredibly resourceful; a real handyman. A single father, Chuck dotes on his daughter Katey who, since the loss of her mother, he will do anything for.

With hundreds of zombies on screen at any one time, the original Dead Rising forced gamers to turn the everyday objects they found in the Mall into improvised weapons capable of fending off attacks. Dead Rising 2 promises to increase the carnage with even more zombies intent on feasting on human flesh and countless new objects with which Chuck can make the undead dead.

The zombie hordes are on the move and this time it's more than just a shopping centre they've invaded. As new character Chuck Greene you're on a mission to save your daughter as the whole of Las Vegas stand-in Fortune City is overrun.


Death by marlin is just one of the hundreds of options
The paddle saw is certain to become a fan favourite
A croupier's stick also comes in handy for zombie bashing
The Russian underground looks worse than the Northern Line

With thousands of zombies (the slow-moving kind) on screen at once you can't shoot them all, so it's a good job you can also bludgeon them with roulette wheels, croupier sticks and even a stuffed moose head you can wear on your head and run at them with.

There are guns, knives, swords and other more traditional weapons too, including the "paddle saw" - two chainsaws attached to each end of a boat paddle. For the first time you don't just get to use these weapons in the story campaign, but also an all-new multiplayer mode where you must compete to kill (or re-kill) as many of the shambling undead as possible.

Key Features
  • Game of the Dead: A new character, new location and hundreds of new ways to kill the undead makes this the most fun you can possibly have in a zombie apocalypse.
  • Lethal weapons: If you can pick it up you can use it to kill a zombie with - from swords and guns to plant pots, stuffed marlins and every type of chainsaw imaginable.
  • Smash T.V.: Take part in the new Terror is Reality TV show, as Dead Rising goes multiplayer for the first time and you compete online to take out the most zombies possible.
  • Vehicular combat: Chuck is an ex-motorcross champion but it's not just motorbikes he gets to ride but everything from golfcarts to a giant Gladiators style hamsterball.
  • Thousands of 'em: The last game had around 800 zombies on screen at once, this one goes up to a massive 6,000. Their bodies don't disappear until you leave an area either.
About the Developer: Blue Castle Games
The first three games from this Canadian developer were all baseball titles and although well received it was still a big shock when they were announced as the developers of Dead Rising 2, working together with Japanese publisher Capcom to create a more Western-friendly game.


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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Edition
OK; first things first. I wasn't a big fan of the first game. It was fun for a little while but then I got bored, real quick. I thought the sequel would be the same in all honesty but, as I was bored over the weekend, I downloaded the 'Case Zero' (a sort of 'mini game intro' to this game) demo from Live just to see if my suspcions were correct. I couldn't have been more wrong! I ended up purchasing the full product an hour or so after playing the demo! I then played it to death for about 15 hours minimum over the next couple of days (even after completing it, I kept returning to do the achievements - something I rarely do in any game - but when a game is this much fun...).

I then simply had to purchase the full game to continue fueling my zombie killing addiction; It came today and I have been playing it all afternoon and evening. I simply cannot remember the last time I had this much fun playing a game. It's one of those games where you don't mind dying and realising you haven't saved for two hours because - hey! what the hell! - let's just do it all again, 'cos this time I'll use different weapons/toys. You simply don't mind retreading the same path because you can modify what happens each time. Or decide to do a different sub-mission first.

And here's the important bit: so far (total of about 25 hours playing time and nowhere near the end of the game) IT NEVER GETS BORING! I thought, like the first one, I would get bored killing zombies - no matter how many ways they gave me to do it. As I said earlier: I couldn't be more wrong.

Kudos has to go to the developers as they have obviously spent an awful lot of time with the game engine and mechanics. You can pick up pretty much everything to pummel (or cut, or shoot or bludgen etc.) the zombies.
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When you decide to buy Dead Rising 2, you'll get exactly what you expect: A lot of possible combo weapons, a good but of course not incredibly good story, and a lot of zombie action. The graphics are for 2010 still very good in my opinion and it is definitely a game worth playing. Despite the regular zombies, you also encounter so called psychopaths, which are certain individuals in the game that are like boss enemies (but usually not part of the story) that are a greater challenge to your abilities than the zombies and a nice alternation. Mainly because of the psychopaths and the story boss enemies, I would recommend to every player to finish the game at least ones just leveling through killing zombies and if possible also psychopaths. This is helpful since you receive attributes such as strength or speed that make it easier to kill opponents if you have more of it. Overall a fun game that you can easily play more than once. As I said - you basically get what you expect, and that is just a great game.
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Dead Rising 2 was something I picked up, as there wasn't much out that took my fancy and a fair few reviews said it was a dumb, but fun game. I didn't have much high expectations. Firstly, the online multiplayer is so much fun. Riding motorbikes around an arena with chainsaws against zombies is really weird, but entertaining. The story is really good. The map is brilliant. You get the main story/time line with the option to do side missions. I think the best part is just the sheer volume of weapons you pick up, create, use and discover. This game has a good long life in it and I highly recommend it.
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This game is a whole load of fun but the only thing i dislike about it is that there are very few savepoints and no autosave feature. If you die right at the end of a level, you'd have to start from your last save point, which could have been many levels behind if you didnt find the other save points. It's so frustrating i just gave up in the end.
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I really like this game I like the graphics, the backstory, the multiplayer, and the weapons. But despite all of this I don't like how much blood there is I play Battlefield, Call of Duty, and things like that but this has a bit too much in my opinion. But besides that it's great!!
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I never really got into the first Dead Rising, I borrowed it for a few weeks then had to give it back. After all the hype, I decided to order it when the price was super low. After 9 months, finally got the game. I have been playing it now for a few weeks and find it to be an interesting game.

You play the game as Chuck, who has been framed for letting the Zombies into the city, and your main quest is to prove your innocence. The area is not too large that you can spend weeks exploring, nor is it too small where after 10 minutes you have seen everything. There are shops to go in, upper and lower levels, underground, roof tops and outside and all are crawling with zombies. To complete your tasks, you have to do them within a certain time limit. This can be seen with a bar that slowly fills up and as it gets closer changes colour to red. If you fail the main tasks, you should re-load and try to get there quicker!

Also along the way there are various side quests such as saving survivors, giving your daughter medicine to stop her becoming a zombie etc. This adds to the game as you can complete them (if you decide to do them) in any order. You must ALWAYS give your daughter the medicine between 7am - 8am every day otherwise its game over so remember to get some so that you can get back to the safe house and administer it.

The brilliant thing is that any items that you pickup can be used as a weapon. Blocks of timber, wrench, tray, plates, machines, benches, knifes, and items that have a wrench by them can be combined in the maintenance room to make new more powerful weapons. The first one you make is the baseball bat with nails to make a spiked bat. Boxing gloves with a bowie knife make knife gloves like wolverine.
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