Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition Crack/Patch

Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition Available exclusively for Xbox One, Dead Rising 3 marks the return of one of the most popular zombie video game franchises. Set 10 years after the events of Fortune City in Dead Rising 2, players are introduced to Nick Ramos, a young mechanic with a strange tattoo and a mysterious past, who must find a way to escape a city full of zombies before an impending military strike wipes the city of Los Perdidos, California, and everyone in it, off the map. Nick cant do it alone - he must join up with other survivors to stay alive. They must fight their way out before its too late. With an immersive open-world experience, intense action, and unmatched level of weapon and character customization, a new generation of zombie-slaying fun has arrived with Dead Rising 3.

Download Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
5.6
Downloads 3661
Genre Action, Action Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Capcom / Capcom Vancouver

Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition reviews ( 7 )

chri, Sep 5, 2014

This is the first game I played in this series. I loved it, cutting and smashing zombies , help or leave the survivors . Create awesome weapons and vehicles. Everything depends on you in a world full of zombies. When you have finished reading this comment,What are you waiting for ? . Play this game, become zombie killer and see everything look like what i say.(If you have any question about i can play this game early like japan,let me answer because everybody in VietNam can play this game early not only me :) ).

Reshish, Sep 18, 2014

For all the negativity I had heard about the port quality, I was pleasantly surprised when it turned out quite playable on my sub-minimum sys req computer - Intel core 2 duo 3ghz, 4gb ram, GTX660. I played from start to finish with only 1 crash (a driver crash, though I'm not using the suggested nvidia drivers). My one gripe is that the aiming and inventory will occasionally flicker off and on when held down, which can make aiming and weapon combining near impossible at times. As for the game, i found it very enjoyable having quite liked Dead Rising 2 (once I enabled a trainer to slow the timer, something I didn't feel necessary to do in DR3). The main character starts out a bit of a wimp, but he slowly grows into the role of the hero by the end of the game..

Jimbob2k666, Sep 5, 2014

Pretty much more of the same from Capcom on this one. The first 2 Dead Rising games were fun for a while and this one is too. There are more than enough zombies to take on, however there are times where you feel the same as your character when you turn a corner to find way too many of them in your way, to the point it feels like a chore. If you like your games gory and full of lots of blood and guts then this will be right up your street - if not, then it's fun in short sittings but could become tiresome.

Sovereignlol, Sep 6, 2014

First off, i'd like to say, this game would've been a 10 if it wasn't for the terrible optimization and the crashes. I did fix the crashes by rolling back my Nvidia drivers to 335.23, but it's still pretty bad that on a GTX 760, i'm getting about 35 - 45 fps in a horde of zombies. The gameplay and graphics and all that is awesome. Story is meh and voice acting is good. There are tons and I mean TONS of combo weapons and side activities to do, but since this game is terribly optimized, it's not a 10, but more of a 7. I got this game for 16€ instead of 45€, so to me it wasn't that big of a loss, but I wouldn't recommend paying 45€ for this. I wouldn't pay anything more than 20€ for it. F*** console ports.

DimosZargarda, Sep 27, 2014

I played this game for a few hours, it had alot of potential, a big world, alot of weapons, cars, NPC, alot ot see, explore and alot of action. Actualy a bit too much action, which is why I never managed to complete it. Not that its hard, but its annoying, every stel you make thers 100 Zombies around you, you cannot drive, you cannot explore, you cant do **** without 100 zombies on your ass all the frikkin time. I loved killing them, I loved slaughtering them but dammit, give me a break, this is no fun.

PuttyGod, Sep 11, 2014

The most important thing to know RIGHT NOW, is that this is most definitely a PC-port and it runs HORRIFICALLY because Capcom didn't even ATTEMPT to optimize it. - While the performance, frame drops, crashes, and inconsistent framerate, by the second, are HUGE problems, you also have to note that the game is LOCKED at 30FPS (unless you manually go through the directory files - which then, usually ends in MORE crashes and issues than before). So yeah, 30 frames, as if this was still CURRENTLY running on a console. You might even learn to appreciate the moments when you are playing at 30 frames, because you'd be lucky to reach THAT goal (for more than 10-30 seconds), as just about every visual aspect of the game will kick you down into the 20's (if you're lucky), even if it's a less demanding area (few-no zombies on-screen). - I'm running a GTX 770, i5-4670k putting out 3.8ghz, 16gb DDR3 RAM, and a unfragmented and clean 2TB HDD with more than 25% free. So, by all means, my rig should be shredding this game like a stuffed animal, yet it still feels totally inconsistent. - Let me also note, that a PC-Gaming source, running SLI TITAN video cards, said that even he couldn't maintain a 30fps framerate, let alone 60fps if the game is unlocked. That doesn't mean this game is just super technical and demanding... That means the game is straight up BROKEN at the moment. Myself and double Titan-bro are using the same graphical settings, yet we both get the SAME weak framerate. -The game itself seems extremely fun, creative, and compelling in most departments, so I definitely recommend playing the game... Just DO NOT play this Port until the game has been patched a few times and fresh drivers, made specifically because of this hog, are released. -I encourage you to let Capcom know how you feel about this kind of thing, on their forums, because if you just don't buy the game, and say nothing, those greedy rats will probably just see the low sales' projections and decide to move on, rather than fix the game. We need to hammer the point home, that they only sold as many copies as they have, because of loyalty (brand or IP), and our trust that our money might bring us an actual product. If their sales are low, it is almost completely their fault. Word of mouth spread, that the port is a Category 5 Catastrophe, thus, many people are holding off. Potential Customers - Don't forget about this game! When it works it's VERY enjoyable, but wait and/or insist that the developers fix the mess that they have willingly sold, as a "finished" product. CAPCOM - Please fix your game. If you do not, you may never have the support of many PC gamers ever again. Have a nice day!(?)

bombrero, Sep 12, 2014

So, the game doesnt support more than 30 FPS, which is unacceptable for me, but since i'm a year older and my friends know that I LOVE videogames I have Dead Rising 3 on Steam! YAAAAAY! Can't be that bad right? . . WRONG!! Game crashes every 10 minutes or so. I cant hear the voices of any character, my resolution isnt even supported (it's a normal 16:10 resolution) and the fps actually drop below 30 FPS whenever it feels like (I have WAY more specs than recommended). The game is blurry even with everithing maxed out and since I cant play it for more than 10 minutes without it crashing (fairly common problem as stated by dozens of post in the forums) I cant even tell anything about the story. Gameplay is ok, except for some clunky fighting mechanics (specially when you try to do a hard hit but end up stomping the floor because both are the same button) and HORRIBLE mouse acceleration that makes navigating (Pathetic FOV contributes too) and specially aiming authentic chores. So, another cash grab from capcom, another 0 in my list.