Dead Rising 2 for PlayStation 3
PS3

Dead Rising 2

Sep 28, 2010
7.60
playscore
Average
586th of 1267

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

When America's latest and greatest gambling paradise Fortune City is hit by a zombie outbreak, Chuck must do whatever it takes to survive. Pitted against tens of thousands of zombies, some serious psychos and the constant countdown of the clock, he's got 72 hours to save himself and his daughter.

Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
7.60
Conrad ZimmermanOct 03, 2010
Between the solid story, entertaining gameplay and huge replay value, Dead Rising 2 offers more bang for your buck than just about any single-player game on the market right now. Add in the multiplayer features and you have a great package. The design, however, is an acquired taste and simply will not be everyone's cup of tea. But for those out there who can appreciate an action game where the prevailing philosophy is one of planning and foresight, while forgiving its flaws, it is an exceptional treat to play.
Amanda L. KondolojySep 28, 2010
Though Dead Rising 2 isn't a perfect game, there is so much fun to be had with this new entry in the series that its good points far outweigh its shortcomings. The game's variety and huge amount of side-missions ensure that you'll be playing it for quite a while, and its B-movie-style plot is definitely entertaining. The game also features a co-op feature that allows you to mow down zombies with a friend, which adds some new dynamics and strategic elements to the gameplay.
Zak IslamSep 24, 2010
Dead Rising 2 is extremely fun and at the same time very satisfying, but it is riddled with minor setbacks such as lackluster visuals and the exasperating save system. The cooperative and competitive online multiplayer modes adds a new dimension and plenty of replayability to the game. The game’s dark humor is also a plus. Despite the occasional hiccups players may encounter, Dead Rising 2 will keep players extremely busy since the game’s impressive breadth paired with the sheer satisfaction of splitting zombies makes this game worth the fee of admission alone.

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