Dead Rising 3 for Xbox One
Xbox One

Dead Rising 3

Nov 22, 2013
7.94
playscore
Average
399th of 5160

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Capcom Vancouver
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Dead Rising 3 puts you in the zombie-ravaged city of Los Perdidos, California. Do you have what it takes to escape before a military strike wipes out the entire city. As mysterious mechanic Nick Ramos, you'll rely on improvised weapons to battle off the hordes of undead while you explore the massive open world. Set 10 years after the events of Fortune City in Dead Rising 2, players are introduced to Nick Ramos, a young mechanic with a strange tattoo and a mysterious past, who must find a way to escape a city full of zombies before an impending military strike wipes the city of Los Perdidos, and everyone in it, off the map. Nick can't do it alone - he must join up with other survivors to stay alive.

Critic Reviews

38 Reviews
7.57
8.00
Edge StaffNov 18, 2013
For all its innovation, Dead Rising 3’s bosses – both the mandatory storyline encounters and the Psycho missions – remain a frustrating low point. ...Dead Rising 3 is a sandbox in the purest sense, one that urges you to experiment with its innumerable toys at your leisure. The result is an open world that, in spite of its reanimated inhabitants, feels more alive than most.
Luke BrownDec 10, 2013
Fans of the franchise might be bummed Dead Rising 3 is an exclusive to the Xbox One, but early adopters of Microsoft’s new system have an impressive title in library. Dead Rising 3 not only shows off the Xbox One’s power, but also happens to be a solid zombie survival game to boot. With it’s vast open-world, seemingly endless weapon combo system and New Game+, there’s virtually no end to the fun you’ll have trying to survive in a world overrun with the undead.
8.30
Dan StapletonNov 18, 2013
Dead Rising 3 doesn’t get by on its looks, but its meaty zombie-slaying combat and nearly endless supply of undead and ridiculous weapons go a long way. Through its lengthy campaign, I was always eager to see what crazy zombie-squishing contraption would come along next. It rarely disappointed, except when navigating its snarled map and waiting out its load times took me out of the fight took too long.