Dead Rising 3 may not be as impressive as Ryse visually speaking, but its main strength is somewhere else. Fun, rich and generous, Capcom's new game makes up for its technical flaws by using an entirely open world free of loading screens for the first time in the series. It's just a shame it's not as colorful as the previous two episodes, mostly because they wanted to go for a more realistic look. Also, we would have loved it if the framerate drops and aliasing issues we noticed had been eaten by the impressive mass of zombies wandering the streets of Los Perdidos.
@alimokrane: dead, deep down situation. The dude din't had projects (rabbids, hat a load of shit) and then he had greenlight of hist pet dream BG&E and no time inbetween. don't expect it anytime soon. (2 Hours ago)
So what has happened to Michel Ancel's Wild? Seems like he can't finish his games recently.. Beyond Good and Evil 2, Wild... Sony's gone quiet on Wild (5 Hours ago)