Dead Rising 2
Clever and brutal weapon combinations.
Focused mission structure keeps you moving.
Psychopaths have disturbing backstories and offer challenging fights.
Tons of hidden secrets to search for.
Striving for completion in cooperative play is fun.
Long and frequent load times.
Controls are not always responsive.
By GameSpot on December 02, 2010
Dead Rising's PC debut is an addictive open-world adventure that expertly balances its bloody combat with a goofy sense of...85
By Fusion Mods on November 30, 2010
So, America's got this infatuation with zombies recently. Well, maybe that interest has been around a while, but zombies are everywhere now, at least in gaming and television. Call of Duty, Red Dead Redemption, Left 4 Dead and a dozen other games...90
By Atomic MPC on November 15, 2010
Say it with me, folks: “Say no to Games for Windows...68
By New Game Network on October 14, 2010
Following the somewhat unexpected success of the Xbox 360 exclusive Dead Rising, Capcom has decided to bring the sequel of the slow zombie action title to all platforms. With Dead Rising 2, players can expect to see some familiar gameplay that made...76
By Smarthouse on October 12, 2010
Dead Rising 2 revolves around Chuck Greene, an ex-motocross superstar that has been accused of setting zombies free on Fortune City. Chuck not only needs to clear his name before rescue arrives but also have to get Zombrex for his daughter every 24...80
By The Review Crew on October 03, 2010
Dead Rising 2 is a lot of fun to play. The new weapon system is a brilliant addition as it’s always exciting to see what you’ve created and how the zombies will react. And while I thought the constant hunt for Zombrex would prove to be...85
By GameZone on October 02, 2010
Like Nintendo with the Metroid Prime series, Capcom turned to a US studio to develop the next chapter in one of their flagship, this-gen franchises. Although Retro arguably knocked their assignment out of the park, Blue Castle Games, responsible only...60
By IGN Gear on September 30, 2010
Again, Dead Rising 2 has issues. It’s not the smoothest game and it can feel like the last one, however that doesn’t mean a thing when the game’s this much fun. Using a car battery and a Street Fighter mask to electrocute the undead...80
By Strategy Informer on September 24, 2010
I guess it's safe to assume that if a terrible virus did spread throughout the real world, infecting people and turning them into zombies, we'd have a fairly good idea of how to deal with them by now, thanks to the plethora of movies and games...80
By T3 Magazine on September 24, 2010
The same great Dead Rising, issues included, with some teeny-tiny nips and...80