In an unusual move, a new DLC pack for Dead Rising 3 has been announced and is actually available to download right now for €9.99.
Initial plans for reviewing the Dead Rising 3 DLC was to review each episode at a time. After finishing the first episode in just under an hour, I had very little to write about: It was a couple of missions with a bunch of side-mission collectibles that virtually didn’t change the gameplay form the main game at all. I decided to then take the season pass as a whole, or at least, play through the s...[Read More]
Capcom Vancouver have announced that the third DLC episode for Dead Rising 3 will be hitting tomorrow. This DLC episode will be putting you in the body of insane tattooed biker gang leader, Hunter. You can get your hands on the DLC for 9.99 or 29.99 as part of the season pass. The season pass includes this episode as well as Operation Broken Eagle, Fallen Angel and The Last Agent.
In an announcement released by the publisher, Dead Rising 3 shipped a million copies by the end of 2013, which means it looks like the game will meet initial targets made by Capcom. Capcom originally stated the target for Dead Rising 3 sales would be 1.2 million copies shipped by March 31st 2014 and it looks like its going to do that quite comfortably. The news came out just as the first DLC episo...[Read More]
A rather large patch clocking in at 13 GB is incoming for Capcom Vancouver’s Dead Rising 3. The reason behind this is to prepare the game for it’s season of DLC starting with Operation Broken Eagle which is scheduled to release on January 21st. Operation Broken Eagle will put players in control of Spec Ops Commander Adam Kane, who is on a mission to capture the missing president of the...[Read More]
With the trends of the last few years, it’d be weird if a new console came out without any zombies. Thankfully Capcom Vancouver has come along to fill the zombie void with Dead Rising 3. Taking the game series to a new city, with a new character, and a new look, does Dead Rising 3 make the transition to next-gen well or is it shambling like the zombies inside? Dead Rising 3 takes place is the city...[Read More]
There are more than a million Xbox One’s out there in the wild which means a lot of gaming has been happening over the last week. How much though? Well, Microsoft have released an infographic covering their first-party games. How much have you contributed to these numbers?
This past week I had hands-on with some of Xbox One’s launch titles and decided to make a small, albeit, 23 minute video talking about each of the titles and impressions on how they look and feel. There’s gameplay of each game to go with it, but sure it works just as well to listen to it while doing something else.
Microsoft Game Studios’ corporate vice president Phil Spencer has posted images of all their first-party titles that are all ready to go on November 22nd. There’s nothing particularly special about the pictures apart from the fact that it really does cement the fact that next-gen is actually almost here. Exciting times people!
Microsoft have released the story trailer for upcoming zombie slaughterhouse simulator Dead Rising 3. The story of Dead Rising 3 follow Nick Ramos as he and a few survivors aim to get out of the city in one piece except Nick has been bitten and now must rely on Zombrex to keep him alive. Dead Rising 3 launches on November 22nd exclusively on Xbox One.
Is there a better way to celebrate Halloween than a zombie-filled Dead Rising 3 video. The video comes in with some information regarding the announcement of the Dead Rising 3 season pass. The pass will be priced at 29.99 and feature four DLC packs with a saving of 25%. The four packs are titled: Pack 1: “Dead Rising 3: Operation Broken Eagle” · Pack 2: “Dead Rising 3: Fallen Angel” · ...[Read More]