That density is looking awesome. Deep and distance. Seems like they could be never ending. Love all the debris and particles and the wealth of inventory options. Xbox One continues to show that it's a powerhouse. November can't get here soon enough.
Looking like a pretty fun game.
No loading screens, even when going inside a building.
1000s of zombies to kill.
Kinetic and smart glass features.
I think this is going to be more my taste than the other Dead Rising games.
Nice indeed, but with the power of the xbox one i believe they lacked in the advancing the graphics
A game I plan on playing once I find someone with a xbone.
Damn, heres another new video, best one ive seen yet, this is gone be like a big sandbox zombie playground.
Nice video, but i still believe that they never truly pushed the Xbox-one to it's limits and the whole free roaming part is a lie
NICE. I wasn't really that interested before, NOW I am!!!!
Unfortunately every time I see this game I remember my experiences with Dead Rising 2, and lose interest. Above and beyond the fact I'm so bored of zombies.
The ridiculous exclusivity claims aren't helping. But then they've probably been paid to play up the mythical cloud features as much as possible.
Yes really... When a company says its open world, they have to mean it and these guys don't
Choose Your Own (Zombie) Adventure..
A lot of Dead Rising fans were a bit worried after seeing the demo Microsoft showcased back at E3, and rightfully so. Our first look at DR3 pointed towards a game that shrugged off all of the madcap, zany elements that gave the series its unique voice in favor of a more gritty and “realistic” approach to survival horror. Well, I can safely put those fears to rest: Dead Rising 3 looks to be every bit as silly and over the top as its predecessors, but only if you choose for it to be.
You can also choose to play through the story in a no-pressure sandbox mode, or go back to the nerve-wracking schedule of DR1 in Nightmare Mode. If you want a somber horror experience free from wacky hijinks, you can have that. You can play the game as the straight hero, and honestly, it seems like that route could provide an interesting addition to “serious” zombie games like The Walking Dead and Resident Evil. But thankfully, that’s not the only option. During the demo, our new hero Nick put on a full-bodied shark mascot costume, plopped some traffic cones on the heads of a few unfortunate zombies, and then proceeded to hack them to bits using a newly-crafted flaming sword. If that doesn’t sound like Dead Rising, I don’t know what does.
Anyone who watched the E3 demo saw the climax where the player used a smartphone to call in an airstrike and completely eviscerate a shambling mass of zombies. But what Microsoft and Capcom didn’t highlight was the fact that the second screen functionality of DR3 actually exists within the world of the game, and is capable of delivering experiences far more interesting than death from above. Early on in the game, Nick finds a fancy government phone on the body of a dead agent. At this point, the player can link his or her actual phone to the game, meaning that when Nick gets a call, your phone will ring and you can actually listen to the incoming message. Kids, we have officially entered the future.
Of course, there are also standard features like map integration, but even these have some really cool twists. At any point, you can scroll through the app on your phone and tap on what you need at that given moment. Want to find the closest weapon depot? Click the icon, and a marker will appear in the game that points you in the right direction. In desperate need of health? Tap the icon, and suddenly the in-game world will glow with various sources of sustenance. I’m still not entirely sold on the general concept of "the second screen experience," but interesting implementations like this are starting to get me hyped.
Look guys i do not want to start a debate and be placed as the bad guy here... But this does not look free roaming what so ever, it looks just an A-B setup
It sure will be fun... But i will stick to my opinion
you sure... How many have lied about that "FACT " a lot
Look i like this series and would give this a real go and see what it has to offer
This is open world as they say. Looks to be fun.
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