Dead Rising 3
A hallmark of excellence.
A delightfully silly game.
Clever weapon combinations.
Plenty of things to discover.
One of the best games to simply mess around in.
The zombie tech is impressive.
Not enough variety in the missions.
Los Perdidos isn't as memorable as Willamette mall or Fortune City.
Narrative and missions missing the spark of Frank West's adventure.
By Digital Trends on January 24, 2014
Capcom Vancouver has an ambitious plan in place with its four-part downloadable content series for Dead Rising 3 . ‘The Untold Stories of Los Perdidos' follows four different characters on their own journeys through the zombie-infested city,...85
By HardwareHeaven on December 11, 2013
Today Kaeyi Dream reviews XBOX One exclusive Dead Rising 3 from...-
By Pocket-lint on November 22, 2013
The first Dead Rising set us loose in a zombie-infested shopping mall and allowed us to finally play out our Dawn of the Dead fantasies. Dead Rising 3 is more like World War Z, with huge numbers of zombies that significantly change the scope,...80
By Polygon on November 18, 2013
Dead Rising 3 gets a lot of things right. It presents a massive open world filled with possibilities and features the first truly impressive use of scale in a game based on a zombie outbreak.75
By T3 on November 18, 2013
Dead Rising 3 is some of the most fun you can have on a next-gen console at the moment. Just remember the zombie apocalypse is coming. If you want to survive it, be like Nick – and Nathan Fillion – and learn some useful tradecraft skills.80
By IGN on November 18, 2013
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.83
By Destructoid on November 18, 2013
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.90
By Joystiq on November 18, 2013
Dead Rising 3 is a worthy entry in the series and, for the most part, gets out of your way. It knows that all you really want to do is discover and create new playthings to dismember the undead. As a vehicle for that, it's a comfortable ride.70
By GameSpot on November 18, 2013
It can be an inconsistent experience, but I choose to ignore the game's peculiarities and play Dead Rising 3 in the spirit that I believe it's intended: running around in shark outfit shooting zombies with deadly dildos fired from a leaf blower.70
By Kotaku on November 18, 2013
As a game, Dead Rising 3 is significantly flawed but plenty fun. As a step toward our brave new next-gen future, it's a half-measure, testing fresh ground while leaving its rear foot planted squarely in the past.-