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Look, the frame issues that Joystiq brought out in their preview of Dead Rising 3 are very apparent. It's something that kind of plagues the game throughout the entire video playthrough. However, in all fairness, the outlier to the video is that the “teething” issues at least aren't just there without some elements of quirky fun.
The new thing to do with open-world games regarding the size of the map is to talk about things like it's an e-peen measuring contest “Yeah, you know that one thing? It's bigger than that other thing... like, twice as big!” Capcom's launch title for the Xbox One, Dead Rising 3, is bragging about its map schlong because, well, it's bigger than Dead Rising 1 and Dead Rising 2's maps combined.
I'm going to go ahead and file this one under the “slightly bizarre” category. It looks like Capcom will be patching Japanese voiceovers into several of its games which originally lacked said content, even in Japan.
The Dead Rising 3 rumor-mill is open for business once again. The game is listed in the LinkedIn resume of a rigging supervisor at Blur Studio as well as two other employees.
Defense attorney isn't a common profession among fighting game characters. However, Ace Attorney star Phoenix Wright may buck the trend as a downloadable character for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
Keiji Inafune, the long-time Capcom producer best known for his work on Mega Man, has resigned. He announced on his blog that he will be leaving the company at the end of the month.
One big difference between Dead Rising 2 and its predecessor is that DR2 doesn't have the photography-based progression system. That feature will be making a return in the game's DLC, though.
Did you like that Oblivion/BioShock bundle released by 2K Games earlier this summer? Well, then you'll probably like this too: Capcom's bundling three of its games together for one low price. Only us Yanks will be getting it, though.
What happens when you’re running through a building full of zombies and manage to get outside only to find the city filled to the limits with zombies? Well, that’s when you high-tail it as far and as fast as you can.
Like their cinematic counterparts, video game zombies have slowly evolved over the years. Originally slow, shambling creatures that found power in numbers, today's zombie is a much different ghoul.
The MKR Group, an independent movie producer that holds the rights to George Romero's zombie movie Dawn of the Dead, has sued Capcom for copyright infringement. They allege that Capcom's 2006 Xbox 360 game Dead Rising, which centers on a journalist fighting his way through a zombie-infested mall, is an unauthorized remake of their film.