Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition
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The Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition includes the ultimate open-world zombie game along with four downloadable content packs. Team up with other survivors to explore the city of Los Perdidos and fight your way out before a military strike wipes the city off the map. Welcome to the Apocalypse, where your zombie slaying thrills await.
Anything and everything is a weapon in Dead Rising 3. Explore the zombie-infested city of Los Perdidos, and find a way to escape before a military strike wipes the entire city, and everyone in it, off the map. With intense action and an unmatched level of weapon and character customization, Dead Rising 3 delivers a heart-pounding experience unlike any other as you explore, scavenge and fight to survive in a massive open world on the brink of a zombie apocalypse.
Welcome to Los Perdidos– Set 10 years after the events in Fortune City players are taken to the massive open and infected world of Los Perdidos while being immersed in action and stunning visuals.
All the survival horror action comes to PC:
Fully optimized to run at a high resolution, the PC release includes full Steam and game controller support.
More zombies than ever before:
The zombies are smarter and deadlier than ever with intelligent AI and shared awareness forcing players to employ all their cunning skills and creativity to stay alive.
Hundreds of unique combo weapons and vehicles:
Combine and customize hundreds of pieces found throughout the sandbox world including the gruesome Boom Cannon weapon or the Party Slapper vehicle.
Face the horror alone or with a friend:
Join forces with a friend for endless zombie killing mayhem and earn experience points that carry back to your single player experience.
For the Beefy ComputerSparkWave | Aug. 4, 2015 | See all SparkWave's reviews »
Let's face it. If you have a not so beefy computer then this is not worth it, kicking many valuable players away. Although, if your computer can handle a game that takes up 70 gigabytes of space and you like zombie games, then this is for you! This game is worth it for 50 dollars. The graphics are absolutely amazing! Your player can be customized to your liking and it creates a unique aspect of playing in third person. Zombies are absolutely everywhere and the player has to think tactically on how to move around. This game can be played hours on end, nonstop, without even thinking of being bored. Like no other zombie game, you are able to combine weapons to overcome zombies easier. These weapons do break however, creating an exciting challenge for the player. The storyline is greater, but you have the option of not doing it altogether and just doing side quests or exploring. This game does lag a lot. Even for the very beefy computers, sometimes there are way too many zombies around and the game can lag or even crash. It also takes up a lot of space, which might cause you to have to remove some things in order to free up space. Overall, this game is on the good side, but it can also be irritating at times because of the lag and crashes.
Tons of funThe1337N00Bx | July 18, 2015 | See all The1337N00Bx's reviews »
I'm a huge Dead Rising fan, and this is the best one yet. It's added a lot from the previous games, most notably being vehicle combos. it lets you combine two different vehicles into one beast vehicle, usually with some kind of weapon attached to it. Plus it added a ton more weapon combos, making for even more zombie killing possibilities. The world is the biggest one yet for a Dead Rising game and has the most psychos as well. It's also the first Dead Rising game to have side stories in the sense that you actually play as a different character other than the main one of the game and go through side stories that add to the overall story of the game. All in all, this has got to be my favorite zombie game to date and have had countless hours of fun with it.
Unimpressive port in general, but an exceptional gameFarenhiet | July 11, 2015 | See all Farenhiet's reviews »
Very fun game in a series that's finally starting to not take itself so seriously. Technically the game is pretty impressive as well. Good looking lighting and and a good number of zombies on screen at once. I personally haven't had any issues running the game, though real time cutscenes lose a decent amount of frames for some reason (apparently something to do with the shadows). The environment design is on point as always with very real and livable spaces that are a blast to move through. The soundtrack is also one of the best I've heard recently, and surprising considering the previous games soundtracks.
A terrible console port that should be avoidedderekthedj | July 10, 2015 | See all derekthedj's reviews »
Dead Rising 3 *could* have been a fun game of mindless zombie slaughtering madness with lots of customization options. Unfortunately, Capcom's port is awful. Take the worst experience you've had with a Ubisoft game and multiply it. Dead Rising 3 is locked at 30FPS, it's full of bugs, and even with a GTX 970 it will sometimes drop to single digits and stutter for no apparent reason. If you absolutely must buy it, wait until it's ten dollars or less. PC gamers should not be rewarding bad behavior. Better yet, save your money and put it toward GTA V and reward Rockstar for finally investing in a quality PC port. Or Witcher 3 because it's an excellent open world RPG. I would even recommend One Finger Death Punch over Dead Rising 3.
Zombies, zombies everywhereObsessor | May 15, 2015 | See all Obsessor's reviews »
Dead Rising 3 is the first and only game in the series I've played. And I liked it. First thing that struck me was the size of the game. more than 25GB of download. It was quickly justified by the quality of graphics. If your rig is powerful enough it looks as good as on those screenshots. Gameplay... Well... Zombies? Kill them. A fun feature is the ability to craft weapons from almost anything you find. Combat itself is entertaining and satisfying. Occasional boss fights are what makes it even better. Because, lets face it - killing hordes of zombies will get boring at some point. No matter what. About boring. Story and missions... These aren't terrible, but get boring. Side missions are just "go there, come back, go there again..." Like it was made only for the players to get stuck in the game for a longer period. However, DR3 isn't bad when playing solo, but I would recommend to try it with a friend. You might have much more fun.