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Dead Rising- Xbox 360

Dead Rising- Xbox 360
alaScore 91

238 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 238 reviews of Dead Rising- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. People really like the design. The price also gets good feedback, but some have doubts about the gameplay.

price, design


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Dead Rising- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Thomas Wilde (

Dead Rising 2: Case West


There are things that theDead Rising engine does very well and things that it does extremely poorly. A lot of sacrifices wound up being made to support a game that can stick a couple of thousand zombies onscreen at once, which is why all the bosses...

If you played the PS3 or PC versions of DR2, go get Ending S and call it good. That neatly wraps up Chuck's story and makes Case West largely irrelevant. For 360 owners, Case West is worth a couple of playthroughs, but it's just not as fun as the main...

Jan, 2014

Expert review by : Adam Dileva (

Dead Rising 2: Off The Record


I feel like I’ve played this game before. Well, that’s kind of because I have. Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is Capcom’s ‘reinterpretation’ of Dead Rising 2. While Dead Rising 2 was fantastic (though not without its faults), the biggest hurdle for most...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Todd Vote (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record (Xbox 360) Review


Frank West is back in the alternate take on the events of Fortune City. Can Frank make it worth a double take? Come inside for the full review.

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Joe Sinicki (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record


Though it still does suffer from some of the slowdown and camera issues of past games, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is quite cleaned up from its predecessors. Perhaps most importantly, the frequent load times are lessened quite a bit.

The trainer also features options to increase your inventory slots, your health and more.

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Robert Workman (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Review


We're probably just about this close to getting our fill with zombie games. I mean, don't get us wrong, if something is presented properly and we have an effective way to kill the undead, we're all for it, but between the Left 4 Dead games, Call of...

Also, for that matter, Capcom, why didn’t you redo the inventory screen? It’s still a pain in the neck to maneuver through and way too easy to accidentally drop an item – and when you have the undead on your ass, the last thing you want to do is waste...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Review


Just in case you haven't had enough zombie slaying over the past year, Capcom is revisiting the Dead Rising franchise (again) and bringing back everyone's favorite photojournalist Frank West.

The return of sandbox mode ; Shared experience ; Still a ton to do

Weak motive ; Issues from DR2 remain ; Stiff animations

Just in case you haven’t had enough zombie slaying over the past year, Capcom is revisiting the Dead Rising franchise (again) and bringing back everyone’s favorite photojournalist Frank West. Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is basically the same game we...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Tom Mc Shea (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Review


Off the Record provides as much entertainment as last year's Dead Rising 2 because it's almost exactly the same game.

The core of Dead Rising is still awesome ; Juggling time is engrossing fun ; Tons of weapons, locations, and secrets to uncover

Almost identical to Dead Rising 2 ; Sandbox mode gets boring fast

Dead Rising is a unique experience that no other franchise quite replicates. But part of the appeal lies in how different it is from other games. There have now been four Dead Rising games released in little more than a year, and this may be a case of...

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Jason McMaster (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Revi..


I?ve covered wars.

Frank West is back, new sandbox mode, co-op

Same game as before with a few new areas

Jason McMaster is a regular contributor to GameShark and also writes for Quarter to

Oct, 2011

Expert review by : Richard Walker (

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record


As the old adage goes, be careful what you wish for, you might just get it. And so it is with Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. You wished for Frank West's return, and so Capcom has granted that very boon, bringing the photojournalist back into the fray,...

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is worth a punt if you've yet to become acquainted with Fortune City, and although the addition of checkpoints might seem beyond the pale to some, it considerably reduces the frustration factor. At a budget price, Off the...

Oct, 2011

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Review: Dead Rising 2: Off the Record (360/PS3)


Frank West's attempt to reclaim his series deserves to be on the franchise record, though it treads a lot of familiar ground.

Sandbox mode finally delivers a freeform alternative; return of West and camera blend missed elements from Dead Rising with sequel; additions and tweaks lightly expand and improve the experience; priced at $40

An inessential play for fans feeling burnt out on the series; core game is very similar to Dead Rising 2 and still clunky in parts (including co-op); does no favors for the franchise chronology

Oct, 2011