Dead Rising 3 for Xbox One
Xbox One

Dead Rising 3

Nov 22, 2013
7.95
playscore
Average
284th of 4125

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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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
Brad ShoemakerNov 29, 2013
As a launch game, Dead Rising 3 has a lot to offer. ...The game isn't quite as off-the-wall insane as the Dead Risings that came before, but it's close enough that it should satisfy most franchise fans, while also being a lot easier to recommend to people who have previously found the overbearing quirks of this series a little too much to handle.
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Matt GilmanNov 18, 2013
In some ways Dead Rising 3 doesn't feel like a sequel at all. It's a sloppy, loose and ugly looking game, lacking the finely tuned foundations of most games in their third iterations. Its problems, though many, are somewhat saved by all of the effortless fun had dicing up zombies with bizarre weaponry. Capcom hasn't managed to clean the blood off this flawed diamond. In some ways it may even have tarnished it further. But a diamond it remains.
Chris CarterNov 18, 2013
Although it sacrifices a tad of its loveable camp factor and neon style in favor of a few other advancements, the outcome is a much stronger, more involved Dead Rising game. For once, I actually felt overwhelmed in a zombie outbreak, which is a real example of how next-gen technology can be used to do more than simply "make things look better." Out of all the launch titles I've played on both new consoles, Dead Rising 3 is my personal favorite, bar none.