Trailer PC

Capcom confirms that Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition is now available for $49.99 on Steam. The game comes with the 4 addons from the Untold Stories of Los Perdidos pack. Get screens and the 60fps launch trailer inside.

GSY Video Xbox One

Available since E3, the crazy arcade DLC of Dead Rising 3 is the proof that not only does Capcom know how to appeal to our nostalgia, but the Japanese firm can also make good use of self-mockery. The price to pay may seem a bit expensive though, as it can get pretty repetitive, but there's undeniable fun when slaughtering hundreds of zombies with up to three friends. Check out our videos inside. The code was provided by Xbox so many thanks to them.

Video PC

Here are two gameplay videos of Dead Rising 3 on PC, captured in uncapped frame rate mode. The first one shows the latter part of game, where there are thousands of zombies. The second one focuses on Nick Ramos' melee combat abilities and realtime cut scene, followed by a quick tour of the in-game menu options.
These videos are courtesy of Wbacon, Capcom Digital Platforms director who explains here you can expect the game to run fine when uncapped.

Trailer PC

PC players will be able to slaughter zombies while wearing their favorite (in-game) outfits since Dead Rising 3 has been confirmed for PC (digital) with a Summer release, retail version only in Europe. Details, screens and trailer (weirdly at 720p) inside.

Video Xbox One

Despite its technical flaws, Dead Rising 3 was one of the best games when Microsoft's Xbox One was launched back in late November. It was no surprise then to hear that Capcom had plans for several downloadable contents, which could be purchased one by one for €10/$10 or with the game's season's pass for €30/$30. The first episode (out of four) of Untold Stories of Los Perdidos was released a few days ago so here are a couple of videos we captured. Since the DLC is pretty short, you can also read our verdict about it inside.

GSY Video Xbox One

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.

Images Xbox One

Microsoft has put online new screenshots of Dead Rising 3 as the game and the Xbox One are coming very soon.

GSY Video Xbox One

We've been invited last week by Microsoft to check some of the launch titles of the Xbox One. We had many technical issues with the footage from the event, but we managed to more or less have some of them being watchable. So let's start with Dead Rising 3, since we never managed to get any videos from this game before. Don't expect great quality, and there is no sound.
Update: Added a second gameplay video.

Images Xbox One

Microsoft released these new images of Dead Rising 3 for the TGS. No new trailer, sadly.

GSY Preview Xbox One

The original Dead Rising was one of the first showpiece titles for XBOX360 back in 2006 so it seems fitting that Dead Rising 3 would be present at launch for XBOX One. Of course, the original game was developed by Capcom’s internal studio in Japan while Dead Rising 2 was shifted to a new developer, Blue Castle Games, in Vancouver. Blue Castle, now known as Capcom Vancouver, continues to helm the franchise with this new title.

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