Dead Rising 2 Crack/Patch

Dead Rising 2 Dead Rising 2 takes 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. Dead Rising 2 is set several years after the infamous zombie invasion of Willamette. Unfortunately, the zombie virus was not contained at the conclusion of Dead Rising, spreading unchecked throughout the United States and Dead Rising 2 depicts a country where zombie outbreaks continue to strike. [Capcom]

Download Dead Rising 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2323
Genre Action Adventure, Horror, Open-World
Company / Developer
Capcom / Blue Castle Games

Dead Rising 2 reviews ( 7 )

Trojans05, Oct 23, 2013

AWESOME game!! I just finished the entire thing tonight, and needless to say, this game is amazing!! I love messing around and killing zombies, while completing the game in the process. My favorite part of this game is definitely the story line. The makers did a great job by twisting the story line every now and then, causing you to say, "Wow, I NEVER thought THAT was gonna happen!" or something similar. Also, I don't know what people are talking about with glitches. My game ran absolutely flawlessly at the highest level graphics, so no complaints there either. So, overall, GREAT game. DR is probably one of my favorite game series. So, without a doubt, this game deserves a 10

taylor1343, Dec 14, 2013

Good Port, Good Game. Anyone who says this is a bad port is technologically impaired, like seriously, I read some reviews (obviously written by 5 yr olds) and they are wrong because they are impaired (like previously stated). This game is of highest quality, much care was given. It feel like one of those old school SNES games. Modern gamers who such at life would not be able to grasp the joy this game has to offer.

Jon, Oct 4, 2010

Dead Rising 2 is the best 'Zombie' game released in years. What makes Dead Rising 2 such a fantastic zombie game is the zombies. I'm not talking about zombies on drugs like the once you find in Left 4 Dead, I'm talking about real braindead zombies that doesn't walk any fasther than your grandmother crosing the street.Dead Rising 2 is a time based game. All the missions you will encounter in the game have a limited amount of time to be completed, and even though this may seem stressfull for some it is a well done gameplay mechanism for others. New missions will pop up after you progress further into the game, you have a main 'questline' that you will need to follow if you want to progress the story, but they will give you freetime between these main missions that you can use to explore and do other sidequests.These sidequests is usually to rescue survivors, but some are boss fights aswell.One of the gameplay mechanisms that makes this game stand out is that you can combine different items. As you gain PP(Prestige Points) you will earn new levels that will unlock new combo cards. These cards give you information about different objects that you can combine into new weapons.I strongly recommend this game if you want a 'free roam' zombie game with great co-op play.

yogibbear, Nov 28, 2011

Good game. This game is a true testament to sticking to your guns. The gameplay is addictive. It is frustrating. It is hilarious. It is exhilirating. It is repetitive. It is limitless. It can be whatever you choose to make it. This is the strength of this serious. The problem comes with finding the motivation and drive to complete this game without looking at a wiki. I feel that the time constraints are important to preserve the frantic sense of helplessness and desperation. However I also feel that they force you down a linear pathway with no time to explore or do everything. This means you soon realise there is a cost/benefit analysis that can be done on every decision in this game and for me that means I go google/wiki the best weapon builds and best way to tackle bosses which cheapens the thrill of the experience... you might say I've caused it to myself, but I'd say there is some improvement to be made in the game design before you can say it's worthy of going further into the green territory. Still a worthwhile game to play and well worth the money, but I'd like to see the series progress in terms of engagement with the plot and a bit more freedom when it comes to the time restraints (keep them but make it less restrictive - I know I'm a terrible customer that doesn't know what I want!).

Llaerrick, Sep 12, 2014

pretty fun game if you like your zombie-killing with a zany ridiculous twist. the weapons are fun and the build system interesting. content-wise probably a little short (which means gameplay was fun enough that i wished there was more content). didn't totally enjoy the 'time-limit' concept as i it took away from generally roaming and exploring the game world.

MethosTR, Aug 22, 2014

Playing Dead Rising 3 on a friend's Xbox reminded me of its predecessor.... and how much I hated it. I bought Dead Rising 2 back in 2011 because I thought it would be a great co-op experience with my cousin or my friends. Or both. Instead what you get is a shallow, linear game that essentially forces you to play through its tedious story, consisting of you fetching so-called "Zombrex" for your infected daughter, as well as meeting other survivors and escorting them back to your safe spot. As far as the actual gameplay goes, this game delivers. You have a multitude of ways you can use to obliterate zombies, which is a ton of fun in and of itself. However, you are under a time restriction... Take too long and you fail the game. The graphics in this title are pretty average at best. Character models are pretty decent though, including the zombies. Oh and one more huge gripe. Games for Windows Live is attached to this game like a cancerous growth. Buyer beware! I did not like this game very much, and I felt cheated out of my $40 that I had spent. But oh well, lesson learned.

Valleymsx, Nov 1, 2016

This is not a videogame. This is insult of a programmation. The worst videogame of all time. This is not a videogame. This is insult of a programmation. The worst videogame of all time. This is not a videogame. This is insult of a programmation. The worst videogame of all time.