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Dead Rising 2 Zombrex Edition

by Capcom
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4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)

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Platform: Xbox 360
Edition: Collector
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  • New protagonist, Chuck Greene, is just the beginning in a long list of new characters, new survivors and new more vicious psychos that will be introduced to fans in the new world of Dead Rising
  • Co-op play is introduced to the Dead Rising universe for the first time
  • Players can invite their friends to partner up with them at any time to take on the zombie massacre- tag-team style
  • The in-game event, Terror is Reality, allows 4 players to compete in a gladiator type show that pits zombies against a group of players in the ultimate Vs. multiplayer blood bath
  • Combine two items using duct tape to create the ultimate zombie killing creations such as the Portamower and Paddlesaw, unlocking combo cards that will help give players an advantage, as well as earn them Prestige Points
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Collector
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003UZ49PY
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.7 x 2.1 inches ; 12.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 28, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,336 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Collector

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Set several years after the events of the first game in the series, Dead Rising 2 contains all the fun and over-the top carnage which gamers associate with a zombie apocalypse. As with all releases in the Dead Rising series, it is a survival horror game. Players take on the role of an all-new character, with equally new motivations to survive and resources to do so. These resources include new weapons, expanded weapon combination/creation possibilities, and even two-player coop functionality. The game also features a 4-player online multiplayer mode, an optional prologue to the game available as downloadable content and a dramatic increase in the number of zombies that can be faced at once. This collector's edition also contains exclusive content and items. See the complete contents list below.

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Hero, Chuck Greene knocking out zombies in Dead Rising 2
Same comic zombie-killing action.
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4-player gladiator type multiplayer game in Dead Rising 2
All-new backstory and characters.
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Player-created explosive arrows available in Dead Rising 2
Inventive weapons creation system.
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In-game wristwatch messaging and reminders in Dead Rising 2
In-game messaging/reminders and mission tracking.
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Co-op screen featuring the added danger of Snowflake the Siberian tiger in Dead Rising 2
2-player co-op, online multiplayer, a DLC prologue and all-new dangers.
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Story
The sequel to the million-plus selling Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 sees the player take on the role of former Motocross champion Chuck Greene, who has come to Fortune City, America's newest gambling paradise, to compete in "Terror is Reality," a gruesome game show that dares contestants to survive zombie-filled environments for big money prizes at the delight of TV audiences around the globe. Chuck's motivation for taking part and risking life and limb is his daughter Katey, who since being bitten by a zombie requires a daily dose of Zombrex to prevent her from turning into one of the living dead. There's no denying that Zombrex works, but since it's the only drug on the market, its price is high. During his time in Fortune City a zombie outbreak occurs and Chuck must survive the onslaught of the undead for 72 hours. Pitted against two fearsome threats - tens of thousands of zombies and the constant countdown of the clock - while potentially rescuing other survivors of the zombie apocalypse, players must also unravel the greater conspiracy behind the outbreak and as importantly find the Zombrex necessary to stop Katey from joining the ever growing zombie horde. Players will shoot, stab, carve and drive their way through enemies in order to beat the clock and survive 72-hours in the darkly comedic, no holds-barred confines of Fortune City.

Gameplay
Dead Rising 2 delivers more of the signature gameplay that the series is known for plus a number of new features. Players who might need some help or simply want to share the zombie bashing fun with a friend will now be able to play in online 2-player co-op. Simply use the in-game transceiver to call for assistance at any time and once your partner has accepted, they will arrive by your side for double the action. With hundreds of zombies on screen at any one time, the original Dead Rising forced gamers to take everyday objects they found in the mall and use them as weapons. But now, in Dead Rising 2 with thousands of zombies filling every square inch of Fortune City, Chuck is going to need to be even more resourceful and inventive by creating combination weapons to save the day. Players will be able to take two objects, a roll of tape and with a little inventiveness create an advanced zombie-killing combo weapon - a piece of wood and a lawnmower become Portamower, the handheld mower that cuts zombies down to size in an instant; while a garden rake and car battery combine to create an electrified zombie prod. The more combo weapons a player uses, the more Prestige Points (PPS) they will gain along the way in order to level up Chuck.

Development Team
Dead Rising 2 is developed by Canadian developer Blue Castle Games in close collaboration with Capcom. A number of members from the original Dead Rising team have added their talents and experience to the Blue Castle Games team throughout the development process, including Capcom's global head of research and development, Keiji Inafune, who as the game's producer, and played an active role in the project.

Dead Rising 2 Collector's Edition for Xbox 360 Includes

  • Dead Rising 2 game disc for Xbox 360
  • Exclusive two-disc steelbook case
  • High-Def disc with 83 Minute "Zombrex Dead Rising Sun" motion picture and 24 minute "Making of" featurette
  • Zombrex "Syringe" pen
  • Zombrex "Prescription" notepad (25 pages)
  • Zombrex "Safety" card
  • Zombrex "Prospectus" sales brochure (16 pages)
  • Dead Rising 2 hardback artbook (48 pages)

Key Game Features

  • Thousands of Zombies On Screen - The undead are everywhere creating a dynamic and challenging zombie-killing experience for the player as weapons will be created to kill massive amounts of zombies at one time
  • New Storyline and Characters - A new protagonist, Chuck Greene, is just the beginning in a long list of new characters, new survivors and new more vicious psychos that will be introduced to fans in the new world of Dead Rising
  • 2-Player Co-Op - Co-op play is introduced to the Dead Rising universe for the first time as players can invite their friends to partner up with them at any time to take on the zombie massacre- tag-team style. Play with a friend and have even more fun as you lure zombies in using strategic items like a toy helicopter or a firecracker. Once the zombies have gathered, your friend can rain bullets from above or shoot at a strategically-placed gas tank to create a deadly explosion that will take out masses of the enemy. Killing zombies with a friend is always more fun
  • Terror is Reality - Allows 4 players to compete in a gladiator type show that pits zombies against a group of players in the ultimate Vs. multiplayer blood bath
  • Combo Weapons - Players can combine two everyday items using duct tape to create the ultimate zombie killing creations such as the Portamower and Paddlesaw. Unlocking combo cards along the way will give players the advantage as the helpful cards will show you what items are best for combining. The more zombies you destroy using your creative combo's, the more Prestige Points you can earn which levels up Chuck along the way

Product Description

This collector’s edition features a two-disc Steelbook case with its own special pack front, and includes a bonus disc giving you a deeper look into the world of Dead Rising 2, a Zombrex syringe pen, a Zombrex bandage, a Zombrex prescription notepad, Zombrex Safety Card, Zombrex Prospectus brochure and a hardcover artbook. The Xbox 360 version’s bonus disc contains the high definition feature length movie “Zombrex Dead Rising Sun” and a “making of” video.

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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good sequel with a decent Collector's Edition. November 11, 2010
By L. Soto
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Collector
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Length: 2:00 Mins
The following review will briefly cover the Dead Rising 2 game and then the Zombrex Edition content.

The original Dead Rising was a fun but flawed game. The game just had one too many issues that at times made it frustrating to play, but never unbearable. Thankfully, many of these problems have been fixed or improved in Dead Rising 2, making the experience of playing the game a great deal more fun.

The first thing you will notice that has been improved in Dead Rising 2 over the original is the AI for human characters. One of the major aspects of both games is saving human characters, in the original this was sometimes a real pain. I honestly can not give you an accurate number on how many times a human character got stuck in a doorway, in front of a random item, or walked into zombies while I was playing Dead Rising 1. However, in Dead Rising 2 things are incredibly different. The human characters are much smarter, very rarely running into zombies and never really getting stuck within the environment. Guiding up to 8 characters at a time to your safe house within the game is a lot more plausible and nowhere near the headache it was in the first game.

Another nice improvement over the original is the addition of multiple save slots. In the original Dead Rising you only had one save slot for your game. If you ever saved your game after making a major mistake or taking too long to finish a case file then you usually suffered for it. Since Dead Rising 2 now has 3 save slots you can use while playing through the game this no longer really becomes an issue. By using all three slots while playing you can revert to an old save if you make a mistake or take too long during a specific case file.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Game is Awesome' "Collectors Edition" can be better October 1, 2010
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Collector
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I like to write useful reviews on things no other reviews have touched on yet. First of all I loved Dead Rising and was practically playing it trying to beat it up until the launch of part 2 (on and off). I love Dead Rising 2, the game takes everything from the first one and improves on it. You are basically still in a mall in Vegas with casinos, clubs, ect. It is very over the top and very cool. My concerns about the Zombrex edition is first of all you can go to capcoms website and get a High Stakes edition that comes in a case with poker set, dead rising playing cards, brochure of the city and Psycho pack add on with a chance to win a life size zombie statue. Cool right? OMG, the DVD Dead Rising Sun on this edition is bad. I mean I love movies that are so bad they're good and same with music but, this DVD of Dead Rising Sun is awful. It's something you can download for free on xbox live. It is about some immature 18 year old boy in a wheelchair who is stuck in a warehouse trying to slay goons. One goon has a capcom shirt and there are a few zombies( boom there is your dead rising homage and similarity). The entire piece has this boy thinking out like stuff like, "I can't be a coward, I must fight, I must not give up" Repeatedly. He acts like a brat and the dialogue in this movie makes the Superfriends cartoon seem poetic. I am a dead rising completist and chose this over the PS3 just for the film. I am just warning people it is a bad movie, I'm not going into scene detail of the movie due to spoilers but, trust me I lost a little respect for dead rising when I found out it was one of the producers that directed it. Just a little. I was also a bit wishing I knew about the High Stakes edition off capcoms website because it seems a bit cooler and I'm not even a card player. Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Poor Packaging of Collector's Edition September 29, 2010
By A. Lo
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Collector|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
As a frequent buyer of collector's edition games, and someone who doesn't set a high bar for the perceived quality/value of what's inside, this is the first time I've felt truly disappointed by something I've taken out of the box. The Zombrex "Prospectus", which is right next to the SteelBook case in the product image, is actually larger than the game case. So in order to fit it was folded in half twice and stuffed into the box, resulting in permanent and unsightly folds and creases. It probably would have been better if they hadn't included this beat up brochure at all. For those that can overlook this the rest of the package (including the game) is great. The way everything is themed to tie in with the game is refreshing, and is something I would like to see in more collector's editions.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars zombrex edition January 6, 2011
By Wren-d
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Collector|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a review on the Zombrex edition, not the game itself.
I bought this collector's edition for my boyfriend and was really disappointed with the quality of the "special" items that came with it. First, most of the collector's edition games I've seen come in a nice, well made box, this however came in a flimsy, thin cardboard one (like you'd find crackers in). When you open the box up there are these contents: a Zombrex syringe pen and one bandage in a small box, a Zombrex percription pad, Zombrex pamphlet, an art book and the game.
I've owned pens like this Zombrex one before, they are made to look like a syringe filled with a liquid (to look like blood or zombrex, etc). The liquid dries out in about 4 or 5 months. Sure, it can still be used as a pen but the neat aspect of having a filled syringe is gone. I do however like that the little box it comes in is made to look like you just got the prescription; I appreciate the time it took to design the box.
The prescription pad is not very interesting and it's not something that's every going to be used and doesn't display well.
The pamphlet comes folded up in the box. This really bothered me. An artist took the time the design this pamphlet as if Zombrex was a real drug, it has all sorts of information about the drug and it's very well done for a fictional drug but it comes FOLDED. The solution should have been simple, make the box bigger or the pamphlet smaller. This is also not an item that is easy to display not only because it is a pamphlet but it's all creased. We even put it under a pile of college textbooks and it's still pretty creased.
The art book is very small for a collector's art book and doesn't have any information at all in it.
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