Like Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2, this Dead Rising is no mere comfort food. It's skillfully made-to-order for people who are hip to zombie mythology, who don't think of Doom or Daikatana when they hear the name "Romero".
A diversão faz você esquecer os problemas. Adrenalina pura. Difícil e estressante de uma boa forma (?). Milhões de formas de matar zumbis. Chefes (psicopatas) marcantes. Fator replay altíssimo. Muitos easter eggs interessantes. Inovação e melhorias em relação ao primeiro, como as combinações de armas que se tornou algo marcante da franquia. Pode ser que eu esteja exagerando, e devo estar mesmo, mas o jogo vai além da parte técnica. É divertidíssimo e o melhor da série.
This game is fantastic. I was unable to put it down until I finished the story with the best ending. Challenging but more forgiving than the first game. Story is enjoyable if campy. The timer gives a sense of urgency to the action. Still absolutely recommend this game today even though it is 10 years old.
With multiple playthroughs in mind, Dead Rising 2 may provide all the gaming you need this holiday season. There's no way you'll be able to do everything in one shot. Going back to Fortune City with a better grasp of the map is only going to make things more enjoyable. Kill, Chuck, kill!
By not changing too much from the original template Blue Castle Games have ensured that Dead Rising 2 will likely elicit as divisive a response as its predecessor. Which is fine because Dead Rising 2, a bundle of contradictions with a neat line in bespoke weaponry, isn't an easy game to love at all. Take the plunge though, and you'll find one of 2010's most singular, bloody-minded, and fascinating videogames.
Dead Rising 2 softens some sharp edges of the first chapter and introduces a fistful of new ideas. Despite some technical issues, this is a very good sequel for a very good series... good work Blue Castle!
Es un videojuego con una buena variedad de objetos y combinaciones que ayuda a entrenarte con la distinta forma de matar a los zombies, pero el movimiento del personaje es muy pesado y la forma de apuntar es muy mala
Dead Rising 2 is a very good sequel to the first Dead Rising. It's mechanics are very similar, with a few changes here and there.
Generally, I can tell that Capcom choose to act safely with production of this game, not taking any chances with any dramatically big changes that could not appeal to the fans of Dead Rising 1. The problem is, that Dead Rising wasn't an excellent game and had many flaws, and the sequel was the perfect occasion to try to fix this by some dramatic changes.
All in all, you could probably read some Dead Rising 1 reviews and you would exactly know what is wrong in Dead Rising 2.
Wow.... No wonder Xbox gave this one away for free.... This game is always taking you out of the action with loading, cut scenes, and random instructions popping up on screen. I played for 2 hours and that was enough for me. No auto save... If they paced it better it may have been playable....
My opinion on DEAD RISING 2 is full of disappointment towards this. Dead Rising back in 2006 was a new and unique take on a video game although I don't rate that too highly either. Sure there is fun to be had in this comical sandbox, but underneath this fun lies clunky controls and a frustrating frame rate considering games such as Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption can make huge game worlds look nice and smooth this game can't even make a little setting such as this look good. But does it have a good story?, you ask. No, the story is absolutely atrocious and quite possibly the worst thing about the game simple and ridiculous, the man sets out on a mission to save his daughter who with out this thing pathetically called Zombrex (the cure) will turn into a zombie, so he needs to hurry doesn't he? Apparently not, along the way he still has time to go in shops and wear silly little outfits which is preposterous, absolutely preposterous, or perhaps he secretly wants his daughter to die, well that's the best I can think of to redeem this crumby story. There is a mine-ute amount of fun to be had but too repetitive in the long hall. There are fun weapons to use and outrageous ways to kill the zombies but gets boring very easily. The competitive modes are fun and about the best feature in this game. If you enjoyed the first one then what I've just written shouldn't matter but those who were disappointed in the original one will not feel any different towards this. Summary: Fun at first but becomes repetitive and boring with a terrible story that is simply not up to standard considering a lot of games around these days. The biggest disappointment for me is that in four years nothing has changed and that quite frankly is not good enough, simple as. It gets a four because it is unique that is the only thing this has going for it.
SummaryDead Rising 2 takes the franchise to a new level of zombie-killing fun with tens of thousands of zombies, the all new gambling paradise of Fortune City to explore and conquer plus a host of new in-game objects that can all be used as deadly weapons to stave off the zombie assault. Dead Rising 2 is set several years after the infamous zom...