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Dead Rising 2 [PC] £17.95 Pre-Order @ Zavvi
Dead Rising 2 [PC] £17.95 Pre-Order @ Zavvi

Dead Rising 2 [PC] £17.95 Pre-Order @ Zavvi

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Release Date: 24 September 2010

The sequel to the 1.5 million-plus selling Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 will take the franchise to a new level of zombie-killing fun with tens of thousands of zombies, the all-new gambling paradise of Fortune City to explore and conquer plus a host of new in-game objects that can all be used as deadly weapons to stave off the zombie assault.

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Good price.

Looking forward to it but waiting on a review as Case 0 looked rather dated (graphics/animation/gameplay).

Plenty of Xbox reviews for this. It can't go too badly wrong on PC or PS3 can it???

Oh no, it's GFWL.

DirectX 9 & 10 only.
Although the recommended spec is NVIDIA® GTX 260 or better, so thats promising.

And it's a shame the PC version doesn't come with the Ninja Theme Pack.
Whats the story Microsoft, I thought it was Pirates you hate not Ninjas!

Still this is a really hot price imo.

And don't forget, you could be Zavvi's millioneth customer and win £10K?
Edited by: "matedodgy" 6th Sep 2010

matedodgy

And don't forget, you could be Zavvi's millioneth customer and [url=win … And don't forget, you could be Zavvi's millioneth customer and [url=win £10K]win £10K[/url]?



It's the 1,000,000th order, not customer. And considering the number of cancelled orders I've personally had from Zavvii I would suggest the actual completed and honoured orders to be well under a mill.

On a plus note at least they are not giving you £10,000 of Zavvii credit!

Okay rant over.

It always annoys me how comparatively cheap the PC versions are, although to be fair it has to be to combat the rampant piracy of PC games.

matedodgy

Oh no, it's GFWL.



Awesome!

Achievements

I always thought PC versions were cheaper because game devs have to pay a royalty to microsoft or sony for the license to produce the game for that particular console.

imdave

It always annoys me how comparatively cheap the PC versions are, although … It always annoys me how comparatively cheap the PC versions are, although to be fair it has to be to combat the rampant piracy of PC games.



When you can easily spend £1000+ on a gaming PC, it's only fair games are half price at least.

Not to mention anyone with the knowledge to build their own PC definitely has the knowledge to know how to pirate the games.

You don't need to spend £1000 on a gaming PC. £500 is enough.

^ £500 would get you the bare minimum.

You need to spend around £900 to get a top spec gaming rig that will last for a few years without needing to upgrade any components.
A £500 rig will need updating in the near future.

Case zero was a blast, best 400 points ive spent on the 360 though pre-ordered dead rising 2 on the pc awhile back from shopto as had £5 in my account so will get it for £15 and maybe they will honor quidco even though they say no to quidco on pre-orders.

They fixed so many of the annoying and frustrating things of dead rising 1, the graphics weren't mega but that is because its on xbox and has so many zombies on the screen but who cares gameplay is what is important and sure the pc will be able to beef it up.



K1LLER HORNET

^ £500 would get you the bare minimum.You need to spend around £900 to g … ^ £500 would get you the bare minimum.You need to spend around £900 to get a top spec gaming rig that will last for a few years without needing to upgrade any components.A £500 rig will need updating in the near future.



Pretty much correct my rigs on average last 5-6 years

imdave

Not to mention anyone with the knowledge to build their own PC definitely … Not to mention anyone with the knowledge to build their own PC definitely has the knowledge to know how to pirate the games.



Nice of you to taint everyone with the same brush

Cheers, ordered. had it order for the ps3 but might as well get it on the pc at this price.

It might test out my 1600£ gaming rig :).

Dunno why peeps want to spend £1600 on a gaming rig. There has been no significant leap forward in GFX cards, memory chips or processors for years.

Mine's still processing
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