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Dead Rising 2 (PC) £12.99 Delivered @ Gameplay

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#1
Game seems to be dropping really quickly.

I wonder why, thought it had a great reveiw.
#2
its crap,i played it for all of 5 mins before uninstalling it,graphics on pc are rubbish too,,,,,, it looked so good on the tv....
#3
the game is ok not too bad its good for this price anyway great find heat added
#4
great price!! has the ps3 and 360 versions dropped too??
#5
It's pretty good once you get through the first few missions. For 13 notes it's worth a look.

Edited By: korpse on Nov 22, 2010 17:31
#6
All games drop in price quickly unlesss its a COD, Rockstar game and a few others it seems to me, thats why never buy on release.

For ppl moaning about the graphics they are just fine if you have a decent PC and they cant be as good as some games because you need to take in consideration the 3000+ zombies on the screen. Its a great PC port if any1 was worried about that right up there with Resident Evil 5, i've had no issues with the game.

As for the game itself its good for the first 2 play throughs but then gets really boring and as for co-op they really should of made this mode harder its the same difficulty as single player and therefore its far too easy and no challenge you wont ever die. Some variation in the task/objectives would of been nice as does get abit repetitive.

Edited By: Cronik1983 on Nov 22, 2010 17:36
#7
It's a good game, albeit a bit repetitive with the missions and killing zombies over and over again can get a bit boring. Definitely worth a go for £13 though, a lot of fun at first.
#8
I really enjoyed it. Been playing it co-op with my nephew and it's a good blast. Well worth £13!
#9
mamboboy
I find it bizarre how they didn't fix the saving system from the previous one. Well, they added bathrooms where you can save but when you've got one bar of health left and a boss/bad guy comes from nowhere it's infuriating!


They had bathrooms in the first game. The game is more of a challenge this way, there's no tension if you can quick save at any point in time.
#10
leighbeef
its crap,i played it for all of 5 mins before uninstalling it,graphics on pc are rubbish too,,,,,, it looked so good on the tv....


You prob dont have a very good pc then. I completed it great game and a lot of fun. Graphics much better than the console one too.
#11
I'm leaning towards getting this on PS3 (when slightly cheaper) due to larger screen, better sound and of course the controllers.
Is there any reason I should consider the PC version?
#12
Ferengi
I'm leaning towards getting this on PS3 (when slightly cheaper) due to larger screen, better sound and of course the controllers.
Is there any reason I should consider the PC version?


Better graphics , quicker load times (they are quite bad on the consoles) and you get xbox achievements.
#13
PC Version = Higher frame rates and no drops, much better and crisper graphics, load times are so much quicker, you can connect your PC to your tv like I do 42", you can use a xbox 360 controller, you can buy gud speakers for your pc for like £80 much cheaper for the quality you get than tv ones, games are much cheaper on the PC, alot of PC games now have either steam achievements or windows live achievements, you get mods and user made content for the PC, alot of dlc is free, so the question is, is there any point to ever buy a game on a console if you have a half decent PC.


Edited By: Cronik1983 on Nov 22, 2010 23:05
#14
Cronik1983
PC Version = Higher frame rates and no drops, much better and crisper graphics, load times are so much quicker, you can connect your PC to your tv like I do 42", you can use a xbox 360 controller, you can buy gud speakers for your pc for like £80 much cheaper for the quality you get than tv ones, games are much cheaper on the PC, alot of PC games now have either steam achievements or windows live achievements, you get mods and user made content for the PC, alot of dlc is free, so the question is, is there any point to ever buy a game on a console if you have a half decent PC.

All good, valid points ! In my particular case though, my PS3 is integrated into my home theater system so I can output to a 40" LCD and/or 106" Projector, in 1080P, and then via a Dolby HD sound system.
I do have a HTPC in this system with GF8800GT but I doubt I'd want to play on this when I have a better PC elsewhere.

The PC has been my main gaming platform for as long as I remember and I'm saddened to see the demise in availability of PC games in the high street. It's much easier to develop for a known quantity such as a console than the variability of PCs. PC game return rates are notoriously high as people often don't know what their machine is capable off, or the game was poorly tested and fails on some configurations.

I really hope PC gaming doesn't die but I do believe it's being forced down the road of electronic distribution and DLC. Once I've finished a game on steam I can't sell or trade it, and don't even get me started on DRM !!!

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