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Author: zippdementia
Posted: July 08, 2012 (11:20 AM)
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Good comparison of the games and I'm glad to finally see a Dead Rising 2 review! I agree that by the time it finally came out the zombie phase had sort've moved on to more fertile ground and no one seemed to care anymore. I don't remember the game getting a lot of buzz or even selling particularly well, but it sounds like the Dead Rising to buy, if you wanted to get into the franchise.


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Author: pickhut
Posted: July 08, 2012 (02:42 PM)
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I wasn't able to dig up any actual sales figures for the first week of the game's release, but I've managed to find it was a top seller its first week in Japan, and that worldwide sales reached 2 mil only a month after it came out.

Thanks for reading the review, too! I've yet to play DR2: Off the Record, but at the moment, yeah, this is the Dead Rising game to get.


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