Dead Rising 2
Dead Rising 2
Dead Rising 2 is a great game. The game is similar to the first, you are in a mall waiting for someone to come rescue you. But in Dead Rising 2, you start out playing as Chuck Greene who is a competitor in a PPV called TIR (Terror is Reality). TIR is also a minigame in the game that you can play and is easy to follow (simply put, you kill zombies in 4 different kinds of game types). Once you complete TIR in the campaign, you return backstage and it turns out that the zombies used in the show have escaped and panic has ensued. Chuck, and his daughter, escaped into the mall's safe zone. When all has settled, it turns out that Chuck has been blamed for what has happened. From there you try to clear your name. That is all I am going to say so I don't give out a lot of spoilers, but if you want to find out, I recommend that you give this game a chance.
Fun zombie killing game
It was a very fun sequel to dead rising released in 2006 or 2007 but i enjoyed dead rising 2 the graphics are amazing i can hear the sound great and the game play is very fun to kill over millions of zombies with all types of weapons wear all types of clothing and the cut seances of the game REALLY show your characters attire for once in maybe any game which makes it very fun the lasting appeal is great i play the game for an whole hour and the 5 minutes later i play for 8 more hours and when the story gets old it is always fun to play the awesome terror is reality mini-games online and after that gets old then it is fun to redo the main campaign with a friend online and just look at blood and zombies everywhere on your screen and the combo weapons system is very funny and fun so i would say pick this one up.....FOR ZOMBIE KILLING FUN!!!!1
My stupid decisions ruined this game
Let me begin to say Dead Rising 2 is awesome, and yes its fun! Why exactly did i give it a 1 star? Let me explain to you that i was caught in the fun going around killing zombies, finding weapons and money until i didn't realize i was TIMED on my main quest. I accidently saved my progress after hours and days of success and when i did, i proceeded to go back to the security room when BOOM "Case 3 Expires". So okay i loaded it again and BOOM again "Case 3 Expires". Am i stuck? Am i forced to really start all over again? I mean the only 3 lousy options i have is "Load, Restart Story, or Continue Playing. Obviously i'd like to know the main story. Loading is not a option now, Restarting Story ain't happening and Continue Playing without knowing the main storyline is just MAD. I'm disappointed, mainly games have auto save OR if the makers were smart enough maybe the main quest wouldn't be timed. I easily returned the game and quit and my dreams of getting Dead Rising 3 has fallen. Onto another game.
very good and entertaining
This game is very fun and gives hours of entertainment. The story grips hold and you don't want to stop. Whether it's playing through the story, fighting psychopaths (the bosses in the game), or trying to win big at the casino. the only problem was the fact that when you changed clothes Chuck fiddled with them for like an hour, so zombies could easily get you during that time.
Dead Rising 2 - Open World Mess of Mayhem
Dead Rising 2 reached out to me simply because I love zombies, but I had no knowledge of the style of the game before I bought it. You start out as Chuck Greene, a motorcross star of some sort in a Reality is Terror show or something, and the Dead Rising world is already zombie infected, but it was controlled until all of a sudden after the show, somebody lets loose all the caged zombies to wreak havoc. You are blamed for the release of the zombies and set out to try and clear your name, but every mission is under a strict time limit. There is a variety of missions, and not all of them have to be completed whatsoever, but you'd be sitting still for a long time because main missions only happen every so often. You'll spend a lot of time in side missions trying to save other survivors and bringing them back to the safe house, but they are usually rather weak and can get in the way or turn against you easily. There are like "boss-maniacs" who tend to take 1000 bullets or 100 hits with a bat before they die, assuming that is you dont die over and over like me because they're so hard to kill a lot of the time. There is multiplayer coop but it is somewhat broken and a player will get kicked out randomly when saving or sometimes moving between missions. There is also a Terror is Realty multiplayer mode, but it is pretty much tacked on arcade type games with not a lot of purpose. This game's campaign does provide a lot of weapon customization and decent variety of weapons to hit some zombies with, but overall the game is kinda of a frustrating time limited free roam and has some bugs, but if you're just there for smashing zombies it'll definitley be fun with a buddy.
A great sequel to a master piece
With such an amazing game like Dead Rising, it would take a lot of work for Capcom to match or even surpass it's greatness. Fortunately, they did not disappoint one bit. Dead Rising 2 focuses around a new protagonist named Chuck Greene, who is trapped in fortune city with his infected daughter. It's up to you to save survivors, kill psychopaths, find zombrex for your daughter, and clear your name after being framed for the outbreak. The game plays just like the original. You fight zombies using anything and everything as a weapon and you level up to unlock new skills, better stats, and new combo cards. The AI for survivors has improved since the last installment and, thanks to a new game engine, there are even more zombies on screen at any one time. The ability to take pictures to level up was sadly removed, but the new combo weapon mechanic makes up for it. You can combined certain item together to make awesome, devastating, and awe inspiring combo weapons to lay waste to all who appose you. There are some problems here and there, but the pros defiantly out-weigh the cons in this remarkable sequel.
this game never gets old. and its very fun
his game never gets old you can kill 1000000000 zombies and you will not stop playing it . the graphics are ok the get the job done some times to get helth you need to eat or drink stuff. he opens it puts it above his face and nothing comes out. gameplay is very fun and exciting. and now just no more guns. but there still are guns. you can customize weapons. the sound is great like a real zombie would sond. deadrising is the new call of duty games. but call of duty sometimes gets boring but i dont hate COD
Great sequel! I loved how they threw the combo weapon element in there. Made you think just a little bit more and some of the combos were very innovative. Controls have gotten a tad better from it's prequel and the gameplay is a little bit more challenging. The final boss battle was a PAIN, but the overall game was pretty good.
this game is fun to play with all the blood and gore and zombies in it but the only thing that is bad about it is the bosses you need to shot them or hit them 100 time to kill them and if they hit you 6 or maybe 2 times you may die but all the other stuff are fun
MY FAVORITE GAME OF ALL TIME
I just picked this game up one day thinking it'd be ok, but it was way better. I have gotten a ton of achievements out of the game, but I still like how the game is full of challenges. It has an amazing story and addictive gameplay. The zombies aren't as hard as Call of Duty, but they're far more numerous, which can kill you just as easily. In the game, you can combine weapons into what are called "Combo Weapons". They are much more stronger, and give far more amounts of PP or "Prestigous Points". You can unlock more combinations/ combo cards by leveling up, finding them, saving survivors, and killing physcopaths. Which reminds me, the phscopaths on this game are way more funner than the original Dead Rising's physcopaths. In the original game, they were stronger and more boring. They're more entertaining in DR2. Also, the survivors have a will for their own survival in this game, and can make you emotional when they die. The game was designed for multiple playthroughs, and I've beat it like 10 times and still haven't found every secret. One of my favorite parts was the vehicles.