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Dead Rising 2





In the sequel to Dead Rising, players step into the shoes of Chuck Greene, professional motorcycle racer.

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In the sequel to Dead Rising, players step into the shoes of Chuck Greene, professional motorcycle racer. Surrounded by a horde of hungry zombies in the spectacular casino town of Fortune City, Chuck finds himself in a race against time to find Zombrex, the one thing that can keep Katey, his young daughter, alive. Can he protect her and make it out of Fortune City alive?

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Sony Interactive Entertainment
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
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Online features may be terminated at any time.
*Online multiplayer requires a PlayStation®Plus membership.

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1 player
Network Players 2-4
Online Play (Optional)

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Improves on the original with new options and better AI

Dead Rising 2 improves on the original by keeping what made the original good and interesting while also improving the AI and your arsenal of weapons. The game includes the timed events and rescues of the first game buy ends up being a bit easier to get into and more forgiving, the AI is much improved for other survivors making it easier to have them fight with you or follow you. Story and characters keep the mixture of funny and serious B movie elements that is entertaining throughout the game. The biggest edition is the ability to bring items to a workbench where you can combine them into powerful and entertaining weapons. The only negative when compared to the first game is the loss of the ability to take and save pictures. Well worth buying if you were a fan of the first game.

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