Wife dead, daughter infected, motocross superstar Chuck Greene is forced to compete on nationally televised zombie killing show Terror is Reality to earn the cash to help keep his daughter from turning. But then things go sideways.
Capcom this morning said they plan to purchase Dead Rising 2 developer Blue Castle Games.
I have downed alcohol until vomiting, I have halved zombies crown to crotch. I have wielded an electrified rake. I am Chuck Greene: The zombie apocalypse's worst nightmare.
In presenting the latest look at Dead Rising 2 earlier this month, Capcom's Keiji Inafune made it a point to talk about the game's dark humor.
Dead Rising 2 is a zombie game with bite – a darkly humorous exploration of the ultimate power wielded by multinational pharmaceuticals and the corruption that creates.
Two Chucks are better than one in Dead Rising 2.
Dead Rising's brown-coat-wearing photojournalist hero had a great name: Frank West. What about the motorbike-ridin'-zombie-killing dude in the Dead Rising 2? What's his name?
Dead Rising was great not for the sluggish controls, or the annoying mission structure, or Otis. It was great because it had a zombie horde. Well, Dead Rising 2 is looking to trump that.
Hey, baseball-loving Kotaku reader, did you like The Bigs? Yeah? Well, we've got some good news. There's going to be a The Bigs 2.
Earlier this year, all the way back in February, we heard that Dead Rising 2 was in development at Vancouver-based Blue Castle. Capcom wouldn't come out and confirm it, but hey, we heard what we heard. Now? Someone else is saying the same thing. Fresh off a trip to Vancouver, Eurogamer say that a source "familiar with…
You may remember that back in February McWhertor wrote up a rumor that Dead Rising 2 would be developed by a Western developer. Specifically, McWhertor wrote that development duties for the game have been handed over to Vancouver-area third-party Blue Castle Games.