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Dead Rising Limited Edition Steel Tin Box

Released on 08 September 2006

4.0 out of 5 (11 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Dead Rising follows the harrowing tale of Frank West, an overly zealous freelance photojournalist on a hunt for the scoop of a lifetime. In pursuit of a juicy lead, he makes his way to a small suburban town only to find that it has become overrun by zombies. He escapes to the local shopping mall, thinking it will be a bastion of safety but it turns out to be anything but. It will be a true struggle to survive the endless stream of enemies, but players will have full reign of a realistic shopping center, utilizing anything they find to fight off the flesh-hungry mob and search for the truth behind the horrendous epidemic.
Dead Rising features an open level of freedom and offers a vast array of gameplay possibilities. As part of a real time system, time is dynamic in Dead Rising, marching on whether Frank is actively engaged or if he is stationary. Time also plays a role as zombies become more powerful when the sun goes down. Though they move slowly during the day, the zombies become stronger and faster at night, making it even more dangerous for players to survive. The unprecedented numbers of enemies come in never-ending waves and consist of a diverse population of former humans that have retained some memory of their previous lives, which is reflected in their behavior and appearance. The variety of different stores in the mall offers players an endless supply of resources including vehicles, makeshift weapons and more. Players will also encounter other survivors along the way and by helping them can acquire valuable clues as to what has happened.
  • Huge environment - expansive indoor and outdoor areas of the mall provide a variety of different locations to explore
  • Swarm technology allows an unprecedented amount of enemies on screen at once resulting in nonstop, pulse-pounding action
  • Intense gore and vibrant realism
  • Grab environmental objects like umbrellas and benches to use as improvised weapons
  • Snatch items from different stores to use as weapons including golf clubs, lawnmowers, fry pans and more
  • Chow down on various "mall food" to revive health
  • Real time system - key events happen at certain times and if players are not mindful, important story elements and opportunities may be missed
  • Use Frank's photojournalistic skills to capture the insanity on film, the better the shot, the better the reward will be

customer Reviews

 Average rating (11 reviews)

 ard at first but rewards you in the end

| | See all PJRed99's reviews (118)

i thought the game was ok when i first got it couple years ago but once you hit level 50 and start progressing through the game it becomes awesome.
just very hard to begin with thats all


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I'm a real game lover so I decided to get this one after hearing it was a bit like the dawn of the dead scenario with the shopping mall. I gotta say soem of the features in this game are pretty poor but then others are really good! You can tell where the developers spent their time with this one. For example you have to go to 2 certain places on the map to save and you cannot save anywhere else so if your out across the other side of the mall and need to go somewhere (in real life) you would have to go all the way back. But then saying this the fighting mechanisms in this game are pretty entertaining, for example a lot of objects all around you can just be grabbed and used as weapons, chainsaw, hot frying pan, lawn mower, you name it you cna use it! This game is sort of two in one you can either follow the story or jsut kill every zombie you see move. So if you not a fan of the story like me you can just spend your time chucking bowling balls at zombies. A litte iretating sometimes but good old fun!

 hit.smash.bang.and punch ur way tho.

| | See all CrAzYazza's reviews (7)

this is a good game but does get anoyin when u get reli far in the game and then you die..you have to start bk at the start of the game and start all of..and its like a 3 day game..i got reli close to the end then die .so i game it away to a friend and he done the same.so gave it away to anutha friend...i dont know where the game has ended up now..and i dont wanna know lol :D

 dead rising

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nice idea but a very poor game over all have to go over and over the game to make any progress in it hence it makes it very slow and boring an dvery hard to get in to

 WOT A GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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wot more cud u want. I mean u get 2 kill zombies using loads of different weaponry like guns, fryin pans, furniture, etc. The story is very and u will want 2 play it over and over again. However some of the bosses (pyschopaths) can be a bit tricky so not for the young people nd is really gory. BLOOD EVERYWHERE!!!!!!

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