Dead Rising 2: Case Zero- Xbox Live Marketplace

alaTest heeft 30 reviews verzameld en geanalyseerd voor Dead Rising 2: Case Zero- Xbox Live Marketplace. De gemiddelde beoordeling voor dit product is 4.3/5, vergeleken met een gemiddelde beoordeling van 4.3/5 voor andere Game Consoles. Gebruikers waarderen de prijs zeer maar velen zijn minder positief over het gebruiksgemak. De vormgeving is ook indrukwekkend.

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We hebben de consumenten- en expertbeoordelingen, de leeftijd van het product en andere factoren geanalyseerd. Vergeleken met andere Game Consoles krijgt de Dead Rising 2: Case Zero- Xbox Live Marketplace een alaScore™ van 89/100 = Zeer goed.

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Expert review door : Richard Wakeling (

Dead Rising 2 - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games


Apparently we can't get enough of the living dead. Whether it's the traditional slow-moving kind, the terrifying speed-merchants, the plant-fighting variant or even those of Nazi descent, we just love killing zombies in a multitude of increasingly...


Expert review door : Cyril Lachel (

Dead Rising 2


Between Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, Crackdown 2 and now Dead Rising 2, 2010 has been a great year for popular cult favorites getting big budget sequels. With four years to mull it over, Capcom has managed to devise a zombie-infested action game...

Dead Rising 2 won't attract many new fans, but gamers who can put up with the funky leveling-up system are in for a real treat. With hundreds of zombies on screen, all kinds of cool weapons to create and a story that is actually compelling, Capcom has...


Expert review door : Joseph Damanti (

Dead Rising 2 Xbox 360 Review


Dead Rising 2 is the zombie bashing sequel to Dead Rising. This time around you play Chuck Greene, who is a motocross rider in a town called Casino Fortune City. Chuck has been framed for the zombie outbreak in Fortune City. As you make your way...

Great stress reliever, fun gameplay with healthy amounts of humor and blood

Camera angles during zombie attacks and running can be frustrating, skilled gamers will be finished with the game within just a few hours


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Dead Rising 2 (Xbox 360)


Do you want a clean kill or do you want to send a message?


Expert review door : Lauren Wainwright (

Dead Rising 2 Review


A classic zombie slayer?

If it were possible for Marmite to return from the grave, Dead Rising 2 would be that game. 6.5


Expert review door : Edward Love (

Dead Rising 2 - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games


Irreverent, unabashed and with its tongue firmly in its cheek, Dead Rising 2 honours the principles that framed its predecessor. In today's money-conscious world, Dead Rising 2 flips the ordinary into the truly extraordinary. A Nevada strip of...


Expert review door : Matthew Pellett (

Dead Rising 2


Get down with the sickness

Giant toybox ; Twisted Humour

Psychopath fights

The same great Dead Rising, issues included, with some teeny-tiny nips and tucks.


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Dead Rising 2


More brainless zombies than an X Factor audition

The same tension, dread and humour ; Weapon combo system ; Excellent competitive multiplayer

Numerous loading screens ; More frustrating that it needs to be

True to its roots, and better all-round


Expert review door : Chris Taylor (

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero


Levelling up your character is as important as before, with new moves learnt, larger health and inventory spaces etc. but it's not as easy as beating up a load of zombies. These combo weapons are one of the few ways to do it. Heavy attacks can gain...

More than just a demo; Great improvements on Dead Rising; Really gets you pumped for Dead Rising 2

Long loading times still exist; Psycopaths are still an annoyance; The world is not as big as it could've been

The town in which the game takes place (I will not refer to it as a demo because it is so much more) is not too big. You can run from end to end in a few minutes but the fact that most, if not all, buildings can be explored means there is a lot here to...


Expert review door : Corey Cohen (

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero


DLC REVIEW: A bloody good appetizer

Piles of zombie-stompin’ fun, with a compelling premise.; Meaty intro to full game for a bite-size price; tweaked mechanics; leveling carries over to full game

Even with more save slots, multiple playthroughs aren’t really optional

Why is Chuck stupid enough to leave the keys in his truck?