The trailer for Dead Rising: Watchtower was better than I expected, so I'm hoping the movie follows suit! If you'd like to get a head start on me, the Dead Rising movie is now available for streaming over at Crackle.
Current standards for zombie movies based on zombie games are pretty low, but at least Dead Rising isn't taking itself seriously. The first trailer for Dead Rising: Watchtower is out, and we're in for 90 minutes of slightly-above-low-budget zombie action. That's just the way I like it.
Naru Omori is a veteran video game artist who has spent pretty much his entire career at Capcom, both in the company's Japanese and North American studios. In that time, he's contributed to series like Resident Evil, Dead Rising and Devil May Cry.
Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha, the DLC for Dead Rising 3. Boy, that's a mouthful.
A new arcade-style DLC pack for Dead Rising 3 is available today. Available on Xbox Live, Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha features online 4-player co-op with powerups, bonus stages, and... cosplay.
Former Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3 is coming to Steam this summer. Trailer above.
There's a Facebok group called Dead Mall Enthusiasts. It's a fascinating collection of photos people have taken of abandoned malls across America. There are all kinds of socioloical reasons why that's interesting, but what's really got me is how they look like a video game artist's portfolio come to life.
In what has to be one of their more...creative jokes, Mega64 takes on the controversial and whopping 13GB Dead Rising 3 patch.
There's a 13-gigabyte update live for Dead Rising 3 today, and if you think that seems kind of big, well, that's because it's kind of big.
Operation Broken Eagle, the first downloadable episode for Dead Rising 3, has been delayed to January 21. The DLC was originally expected on December 24, but Microsoft says they're pushing back the date in order to spend a few more weeks polishing and playtesting.
The real world can be a frustrating place. Stuck in traffic, trapped in line at the supermarket… it always feels like there's someone in the way. Certain games—the Grand Theft Autos, the Dead Risings—show us a world where it's okay to act on our worst, most violent impulses. Our forest of problems becomes a lawn we…
Come for the zombies, stay for the robot boy dress-up party. Capcom's Dead Rising 3 once again lets its protagonist don fabled armor from the fan-favorite franchise, gifting a Mega Man X costume to any brave soul who completes the game. The Mega Buster, on the other hand, (ha!) takes some work.
Dead Rising has always had a kind of joie de mort about it, but Capcom made it clear this summer that comes to an end with the Xbox One-only Dead Rising 3. Unless the pilot and everyone on board is a zombie, there's not much dark comedy to be found in a 757 disaster.
Every time a new hardware generation comes around, we hear the same old boasts. More polygons! More effects! Higher resolution! Well, you know what, I don't care about any of that. I want new hardware to improve the way I have to play games, or approach them, and no single game this generation did that more than Dead…
Mega Man. Onimusha. Dead Rising. These are just a small sample of games from Keiji Inafune. Now, he's working on a new title, Mighty No. 9. Oh, he's also answering your questions, right here!
The Xbox one exclusive Dead Rising 3 is still the mood-swinging zombie hack and slash that the previous two games were. At first glance, the game seems rather dark with its nocturnal background and gritty characters, but when the actual gameplay starts, you realize the core gameplay hasn't changed.
Yeah, that’s a giant weaponized teddy bear.
Dead Rising 3 is one of the Xbox One's best-looking launch games, but most of what I'd seen of it so far looked far too drab and "serious" for a series as delightfully weird as Dead Rising. That said, this new gameplay trailer has me much more interested.
Capcom this morning put out a new cinematic trailer [NSFW language] for Dead Rising 3, and if you've gotten a good chuckle from improvised weapons like the paddlesaw, just wait the hell until you see the RollerHawg. The A-Team could only dream of being locked in a garage and coming up with something this dangerous.