Dead Rising

Infendo Review – Dead Rising Chop till you Drop

Taking one scan through your local game retailer shows you just how many developers are deciding to make a quick and easy buck by simply porting an older title to the Wii. There’s no doubt Capcom is this generation’s game port king what with titles such as Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 0, Okami, and more hitting the system within the past two years. Their newest retooled title is none other t...

Capcom defends Dead Rising, Blames Critics

Following the latest media backlash bemoaning the lack of zombies, photography, and “Xbox 360 like” features in Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop, Capcom spoke up to defend the upcoming horror title.  In Gamedaily’s most recent “My Turn,” a bi-weekly column that gives industry professionals a soapbox, Product Marketing Manager Colin Ferris tries to show critics why the...

Dead Rising Chop til you Drop is already Dead

It seems that zombies are not the only problem that is an issue for the port of Dead Rising. According to the latest Nintendo Power it would appear there a many problems with the game, and a majority of game play elements have been changed. Chop til you Drop will now feature the following list of edits, as summarized by Kotaku. • There are no time limits. • Players are not restricted to a sing...

Dead Rising Wii-make dated, priced in Japan

Kotaku reports the Wii version of zombie-basher Dead Rising will be available Feb. 19 in Japan. It will be priced at Â¥7,340, which translates to approximately $75. Critics have given denunciatory impressions of Dead Rising’s early Wii builds, mostly stemming from poor visuals and abhorrently low zombie totals on-screen. Capcom built the Wii version, subtitled Chop Till You Drop, on the Resi...

New Dead Rising screens beat the dead horse

Famitsu has posted new screens of Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. Reinforcing the reputation prior footage and hands-on previews have established, there is an alarming shortage of on-screen zombies. Maybe they’re out trick-or-treating. Capcom announced in July it expects to sell 500,000 copies of Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. The game is set for a Q1 2009 release.

PS2 title suggests Dead Rising Wii is a cop-out

We’ve heard ad nauseam Wii just isn’t powerful enough to replicate the massive zombie infestations of the original Dead Rising. Above is a video comparison of Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop and Hitman: Blood Money, a two-year-old game running on a PS2. It originally surfaced in August, but it seems many of us missed it. I won’t say a word. You can decide for yourself whether or ...

Kotaku slams, kicks and spits on Dead Rising

Kotaku’s Luke Plunkett wrote a hands-on preview today of Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop. “This game is a waste of time.” He begins with that line, a fitting follow to his “Dead Rising Wii is a terrible, terrible idea” headline, and things get progressively worse. Obviously, he wasn’t impressed: The whole point of the first Dead Rising was that there was hundred...

Infendo Hands-On – Dead Rising: Cream of the Flop

I’m a big fan of zombie mayhem, and with the Xbox 360 hovering just above my price range, I’ve been eagerly awaiting Dead Rising: Chop ‘till you Drop. Screenshots of the Wii version have been heavily criticized for having bad graphics, and not being able to simulate zombie hordes of the same size as its 360 predecessor. I’m sorry to say that despite some valiant efforts, the “Trial Versi...

Dead Rising Wii: Chop Till You Drop – Weapon Footage

I know well and good that the Wii is an underpowered console, and that Dead Rising is a large Xbox 360 game, but these animations look like crap. I can count at least 10+ bugs in this one video. Come on Capcom! We thought you were the king of solid ports! N64 visuals are over! Gamevideos.com

Capcom announces Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop for Wii

The subtitled frenzy of Wii ports continues… SAN MATEO, Calif. — July 21, 2008 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced that Dead Risingâ„¢: Chop Till You Drop is in development for the Wiiâ„¢ home video game system. Based on the critically acclaimed Dead Risingâ„¢, which has sold in excess of one million units since its release in 2006, Dea...

Capcom bringing Dead Rising to Wii

Detractors be damned, Capcom is again porting an old game to Wii. As revealed in the latest issue of Famitsu, Kotaku is reporting today Capcom is bringing Dead Rising to Wii. Like Okami and Resident Evil 4 before it, Dead Rising appears to be a direct and unaltered port on Wii. Originally released for Xbox 360 in Aug. 2006, Dead Rising follows the harrowing adventures of Frank West, a photographer...