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Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Available Now

DashuiDashui Registered User regular
edited October 2011 in Games and Technology
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Dead Rising 2 is the sequel to Capcom's 2006 action-adventure, survival horror video game Dead Rising. It has been developed by Blue Castle Games in partnership with Capcom, and features a new protagonist, Chuck Greene, and all new gameplay mechanics. Multiplayer competitive and co-operative modes are a first for the series, and players can also combine and craft unique weapons at various maintenance rooms throughout the map.

News

10/11/2011 - Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is now available for purchase in North American territories for PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Dead Rising 2: Off The Record, sees Wilamette survivor and hero of Dead Rising, photojournalist Frank West, take centre stage as players experience a very different interpretation of events in this, a reimagining of the Fortune City outbreak. This alternate storyline means an all new Dead Rising 2 experience; with Frank facing new missions, new enemies, new combo-weapons with which to defeat them plus a brand new Fortune City attraction to explore. Complimenting the new narrative and action of Dead Rising 2: Off The Record are enhancements to elements such as the save system and the co-op experience to deliver more satisfying gameplay.

12/27/2010 - Dead Rising 2: Case West is now available for purchase on Xbox Live for 800 Microsoft Points.

12/27/2010 - Dead Rising 2: Case West is now available for purchase on Xbox Live for 800 Microsoft Points.

09/28/2010 - Dead Rising 2 is now available in North American territories for PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.

09/24/2010 - Dead Rising 2 is now available in PAL territories for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. The PC version will be released in those territories on October 2nd, 2010.

09/15/2010 - Dead Rising 2: Case West has been announced exclusively for the Xbox 360. The story takes place after Dead Rising 2 and will see the return of Frank West. The new episode will also include full co-operative play.

08/31/2010 - Dead Rising 2: Case Zero is now available for download exclusively for the Xbox 360. The story takes place three years after the first game and two years before the sequel, and experience and money earned will carry over into the new game.


Multiplayer

Information on gameplay modes, taken from Wikipedia:

During the 2009 Tokyo Game Show, Capcom revealed that the multiplayer of Dead Rising 2 takes the form of a reality TV show called "Terror Is Reality" in which players will act as contestants in a fictional gameshow. Up to four players can participate in multiplayer, competing against each other for the most kills inside an arena full of undead. Players will be able to use weapons and vehicles including human-sized hamster balls and chainsaw-equipped motorcycles. They also will be able to prevent other players from scoring by using various forms of "dirty" tactics.

It was confirmed during Captivate '10 that cooperative gameplay for the story campaign will be available and according to Blue Castle Games there will be an online co-op mode. Both players will play as the main character, Chuck Greene, and will be able to earn experience and keep the items they collected throughout the game—but only the host player will be able to save the game's progress. A host can invite a friend to join the current game by sending out an invitation; if the friend accepts, a confirmation icon will be displayed and the host can allow the player to join in. Non-host players can drop in/out of a co-op game anytime they like. When the players become separated, a tiny animated Chuck Greene icon will appear at the bottom of the game screen. The icon will show what the other player is up to—attacking, being assaulted by zombies, etc. If a player is taken down by zombies, he will be able to call the other for help to revive them. The player will use food to revive the dying partner before his health runs out.


If you'd like your name added to the multiplayer lists, send me a private message or post in the thread and I'll get you added as quickly as possible.


Xbox 360 Player List
Forum name - Xbox Live Gamertag

Aegeri - Aegeri
CyberJackal - MrNi
Dashui - Vacorsis
Doctor Fink - LieutenantDef
EspantaPajaro - Espanta Pajaro
Farout Foolio - Very Bad Hat
Hothead Junkie - HotleadJ
Jay Foxfire - Mailman12089
John Zoidberg - Ink Pouch
Klyka - Klyka
Mifio - SgtMifio
Nitsua - Nitsua16 XFORCE
Professor Snugglesworth - Dr Shizuma
redfield85 - redfield85
Tairu - Tycho Kepler
The Count Of Midget Fisto - T052
urahonky - IMAPWNJ00


Playstation 3 Player List
Forum Name - Playstation Network Name

Ah_Pook - Ah_Pook
EvilMonkey - SciencePiggy
Garris - Garris256
iMatt - ECMatt


PC Player List

We've Covered Wars You Know (PADR) Steam Group (Currently 21 members)

Forum Name - Games for Windows Live Name

Dracil - dracilcegon
Hawk - Hawk xSx
jdarksun - jdarksun
mojojoeo - xmojojoeox


Tips & Tricks

If you're Player 2 in a co-operative game, you can take your experience and money earned back into to your single-player/story save without losing story progression. Choosing to overwrite a single-player/story save with a co-operative one will not overwrite your story progression! It will only update that save with your new experience and money!

Money farming, courtesy of Hung Bunny:
Get these three magazines:

Gambling 1 - significant increase when gambling - Royal Flush Plaza, Ragazines
Gambling 2 - significant increase when gambling - Palisades mall, Stan's Large Print Books and Magazines
Gambling 3 - significant increase when gambling - Silver Strip, Shamrock Casino

Then keep playing the large slot machine in Slot Ranch Casino. It's next to the passageway that leads to the food court. You'll be rolling in money.
Zombrex Locations:
1. You'll get you first as part of an early quest in Roy's Mart Pharmacy.
2. In the Yucatan Casino, in the middle of the room, is a large gambling display. It's the largest object in the room. You can climb up the sides on to a platform. A box of Zombrex will be up top, as well as a light machine gun.
3. If you complete the event "Code Blue", located in the One Little Duck Bingo store on the Silver Strip, the paramedic you save will give you a box of Zombrex.
4. If you go to the casino to the right of where you leave the safe room, there will be a BBQ restaurant. If you go to its second floor, after you climb onto the balcony you can start jumping from light to light. This will lead you to a place where you can pick up some Zombrex.
5. There is a Zombrex in the SE bend of the underground tunnels. If you're are heading out of the doors into the tunnels, hang a right, and it should be on the ground after a bit of walking.
6. In the Americana Casino, there is a stage flanked by the hands of the Statue of Liberty. If you go backstage, there are boxes you can climb on top of and then a platform you can jump to where a box of Zombrex is lying.
7. You can buy some from the pawn shops, although the price should increase for each subsequent one you wish to purchase (first one costs 25K, second one 50K, etc).
Toys that you can give to Katey:
Giant stuffed donkey
Giant stuffed bull
Giant stuffed bunny
Giant stuffed elephant
Robot bear
Water gun
Bag of marbles
Pony-stick
Snowflake (the tiger from the fight with the psychopath)
Funny painting (from the Art Appreciation mission)
Beach ball
Taming Snowflake:
In the room where you first encounter Snowflake, there are a number of steaks (as well as some in the restaurant in the casino) lying around. When you see her, drop or throw a steak toward her and back far enough away. Do not attack her at all during the fight. She should stop and start eating the steak. If you get her to do this three times, you'll tame her and you can give her to Katey as a pet.
Magazine locations and attributes:
Skateboarding - skateboard lasts 3 times longer & gain a trick - Fortune City Hotel first floor

Rescue - 25% PP from survivor activities - Fortune City Arena First floor in room near western most maintenance room

Games - Entertainment items last 3 times longer - Atlantica Casino, near seats in northern semicircle

Horror 1 - 25% bonus whenever you reach a special zombie kill count - Royal Flush Plaza, Ragazines

Horror 2 - 25% bonus whenever you reach a special zombie kill count - Palisades Mall, Stan's Large Print Books and Magazines

Domestic - Funiture items last 3 times longer - Fortune Park maintenance shed

Leadership - survivors more effective - Silver Strip, One Little Duck Bingo

Health 1 - +50% health restored when eating - Royal Flush Plaza, Yesterday Today and Tommorow

Health 2 - +100% health restored when eating - Yucatan Casino restaurant

Driving - 4 wheeled vehicles last 3 times longer - Americana Casino, Bennie Jacks BBQ Shack

Amusement - toy items last 3 times longer - Palisades Mall, Ultimate Playhouse

Gambling 1 - significant increase in gambling - Royal Flush Plaza, Ragazines

Gambling 2 - signifigant increases when gambling - Palisades Mall, Stan's Large Print Books and Magazines

Gambling 3 - signifigant increase in gambling - Silver Strip, Shamrock Casino

Combat 1 - 10% pp boost from weapon kills - Palisades Mall, Stan's Large Print Books and Magazines

Combat 2 - 10% pp bonus from weapon kills - Royal Flush Plaza, Yesterday Today and Tommorow

Combat 3 - 10% pp boost to weapon kills - Underground, near westernmost underground access point

Sports - sports items last 3 times longer - Palisades Mall, Stan's Large Print Books and Magazines

Bikes - Bikes last 3 times longer - Slot Ranch Casino, side room off northern most room

Playboy - get 10% pp bonus from activities involving female survivors - Palisades Mall, near what looks like a pond on the map

Building - Construction items last 3 times longer - South Plaza on scaffolding in large east west hallway between the two southernmost maintenance rooms

Juice Boost - Consumed juice lasts twice as long - Silver Strip, just east of Luali Wauwii

Drinking - Drink as much alcohol as you want and not get sick - Atlantica Casino, overhead platform north of Sipparellos

Bargaining 1 - lowers pawn shop items cost by 10% - Americana Casino, roof of small north eastern room

Psychos - 25% pp boost from defeating psychos - Platinum Strip, roof of platinum Screens

Blades - edged weapons last 3 times longer - Underground, north of the only save point underground.

Hand to hand - stronger bare hand attacks - Royal Flush Plaza, Ragazines
How to defeat certain psychopaths:
Member of C.U.R.E. in the bathroom (courtesy of Garris) - Run in there with the weapon of your choice and some OJ, beat on him, and when you get low on health run back out of the bathroom to the BBQ place down the hall, grab burgers and ribs, run back and wail on him some more. Rinse and repeat. For a co-operative strategy, the player that attacks the psychopath will draw the attention of the psychopath. In other words, one player attacks, then other player attacks the psychopaths back, and rinse and repeat.

Leon, man on the motorcycle (courtesy of Garris) - Basically, I had three survivors with fire axes and I a shotgun and a mercenary gun. Out in the palisade where you can go up the steps to a big circular area is a giant hamster ball on a platform. Hop up on the platform, and the guy will barrel towards you and taunt you. Your survivors will run over and attack him, while you shoot at him with head shots. You can also cause him to crash into objects such as walls or fences, leaving him stunned for a few seconds and allowing you to easily attack him with melee or other weapons.

Slappy (courtesy of Professor Snugglesworth)- This psychopath will show up during or after a case involving the theft of casino vaults. You will have to fight a lot of mercenaries during that case. Pick up their assault rifles, at least five or six and potentially the LMG in the Yucatan Casino, as well, and head to the psychopath. When the actual fight starts, run inside the toy store and to the corner with the wall that's just behind the baby crib. Snappy will shoot at you but he should miss every single time, and from this position you can shoot him until he dies.

Reviews

Gamespot - 8.5/10 - "The Dead Rising formula proves to be as addictive as ever, and a new cooperative mode and weapon crafting system are great additions to the franchise."

IGN - 8/10 - "Watching Chuck get covered in blood as he slays thousands of zombies, changing outfits so that one minute you’re in a toddler clothes with a LEGO head and the next you’re in a sundress, and listening to completely whacked out boss stories – that’s what I remember about Dead Rising 2. Any issue the game might have just falls to the backburner."

1up - B+ - "Ultimately, sure, Dead Rising 2 has annoying technical flaws and uninteresting boss battles. But the ability to jump into a friend's game while wearing a Borat-inspired mankini and a Servbot helmet with a lawnmower blade strapped on top help you quickly forget those problems."

Playstation LifeStyle - 8/10 - "Dead Rising 2 is extremely fun and at the same time very satisfying, but it is riddled with minor setbacks such as lackluster visuals and the exasperating save system. The cooperative and competitive online multiplayer modes adds a new dimension and plenty of replayability to the game. The game’s dark humor is also a plus. Despite the occasional hiccups players may encounter, Dead Rising 2 will keep players extremely busy since the game’s impressive breadth paired with the sheer satisfaction of splitting zombies makes this game worth the fee of admission alone."


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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I haven't finished the OP yet, but I just wanted to get this up. Quick and dirty! Also, post your 360 and PSN tags so I can get those added to the list, too.

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    SteevLSteevL What can I do for you? Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I think I've vowed not to even look into purchasing this game until I do everything in the first one. But I am very happy that everyone else seems to be happy with it so far. I'll probably get it by the end of the year.

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    EspantaPajaroEspantaPajaro Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Well he aint mah boi but the brother is heavy!

    /gets shot by players of the original game

    I'm not far in but I haven't seen any equivalent of the convicts so far. Hell haven't seen any references to the first game.

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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    jdarksun wrote: »
    You probably want to collect XBL tags of PC gamers, since the game uses GFWL.

    That's a good idea! Just send or post that information, guys, and I'll put it in the OP.

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    EvilMonkeyEvilMonkey Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Picking this up tonight.

    PS3 - SciencePiggy

    Giddyup.

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    Doctor FinkDoctor Fink Bishounen Chewbacca Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Been playing through it since midnight. Having a great time with it. I'd love to do some co-op tonight so hit me up!

    360 GT: LieutenantDef

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    PeewiPeewi Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I ended up running out of time on a case file because I didn't realise that the time didn't just apply to that one step, but also the ones to come after it. It was early in the game, so restarting isn't a big deal. I don't really know if I want to restart to do story or just fuck around to level up, though.

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    The_SpaniardThe_Spaniard It's never lupines Irvine, CaliforniaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Hey what the hell, I said I was going to.. aww what-the-fuck-ever I don't care.

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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Hey what the hell, I said I was going to.. aww what-the-fuck-ever I don't care.

    I'm sorry, I didn't see your post and no one else seemed interested in putting one up, so I quickly mashed this together. :(

    We can always ask to have this one locked if you'd like to do your own thread. I know I hated it when someone took the Dragon Age thread away from me. It was my baby! :P

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    The_SpaniardThe_Spaniard It's never lupines Irvine, CaliforniaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Dashui wrote: »
    Hey what the hell, I said I was going to.. aww what-the-fuck-ever I don't care.

    I'm sorry, I didn't see your post and no one else seemed interested in putting one up, so I quickly mashed this together. :(

    We can always ask to have this one locked if you'd like to do your own thread. I know I hated it when someone took the Dragon Age thread away from me. It was my baby! :P

    Keep it, I ask no more than a small offering.

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    Ninja Snarl PNinja Snarl P My helmet is my burden. Ninja Snarl: Gone, but not forgotten.Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Perhaps the name of the game should be changed to "How to Kill Everything With Duct Tape". It definitely seems to something of a theme.

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    Hotlead JunkieHotlead Junkie Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Can you add HotleadJ to the 360 gamertag list please? Thanks

    EDIT: I never bother restarting, if I screw up it's just an excuse to spend more time exploring and leveling up, plus I get to see the different endings.

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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I've sent out some friend requests, although Klyka's list is full! Make some room for meeeeee, Klyka!

    Also, is it just me or is the story more serious than the first game? I'm only on day one, though, so maybe things get classic Dead Rising cheesy later.

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    John ZoidbergJohn Zoidberg Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Peewi wrote: »
    I ended up running out of time on a case file because I didn't realise that the time didn't just apply to that one step, but also the ones to come after it. It was early in the game, so restarting isn't a big deal. I don't really know if I want to restart to do story or just fuck around to level up, though.

    I would honestly recommend just carrying on. If nothing else to get the lay of the land in your head a bit, make mental notes of good weapon / weapon combo items locations and level up some.

    Klyka and I did coop until we were around lvl 30 before we started the case files. Unfortunately the drop connection when the host saves bug that seems to be going around meant we didn't get the achievement for completing all case files in coop. I think we can get around that though by only saving in bathrooms between case files.

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    Farout FoolioFarout Foolio Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I won't have this until tomorrow, but feel free to add me today! :^D

    360 - Very Bad Hat

    Duct tape forever!

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    Dox the PIDox the PI Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I fucking love that Machete :mrgreen:

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    Hotlead JunkieHotlead Junkie Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I love how Chuck thinks his terrible one-liners are totally badass. ...granted I was making puns like him all the way through DR1

    Dox: Stick it on the end of a broom, it gets better.

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    John ZoidbergJohn Zoidberg Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I would just love combo weapon DLC but they don't actually tell us what they have added.

    I was saddened when I crept closer and closer to not having any more combos to find.

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    NitsuaNitsua Gloucester, VARegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Add me to the list! I just picked up DR2 from Best Buy and I'll be up for some co-op once I hit level five in Case 0... just one level away. I may not even bother though if it isn't that big of a deal starting out.

    Gamertag - Nitsua16 XFORCE

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    Hotlead JunkieHotlead Junkie Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I would just love combo weapon DLC but they don't actually tell us what they have added.

    I was saddened when I crept closer and closer to not having any more combos to find.

    I agree, it feels so satisfying to have a guess at what you could combine and have it work. Oh, by the way, I'm having to re-play the entire story to grab a special weapon near the end of the game so I can combine it with another item so I can get the 'made all weapons' achivement. When you find a quite unorhtodox gun near the end of the game, make sure to experiment with it then and there to figure out the combo. It was revealed to me as a combo card at around level 42 to me but I had restarted by then
    Sonic blaster gun + guitar amp

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    The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Add me to the 360 player list. My gamertag is T052

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    Dox the PIDox the PI Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I love how Chuck thinks his terrible one-liners are totally badass. ...granted I was making puns like him all the way through DR1

    Dox: Stick it on the end of a broom, it gets better.

    OMG YEEEEEEEEEEEES

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    Warlock82Warlock82 Never pet a burning dog Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    That bottom picture is great... I want a wheelchair of death too :D Actually, I wish I could have used that for some of the more useless survivors in DR1 (i.e. Leah, Ross, etc)... Heh, though I'm not sure giving Gil access to machine guns would be the best idea either...

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    The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Anyone know what carried over from Case Zero? Is it just the level?

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    Warlock82Warlock82 Never pet a burning dog Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Anyone know what carried over from Case Zero? Is it just the level?

    Don't have my copy yet (grr, 30 min drive before I get home) but I assume it's just your level and whatever combo cards you obtained. I am curious if the excess PP carried over though - I know Case Zero gets you like 99% of the way to level 6 before it caps you.

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    SirialisSirialis of the Halite Throne. Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Does anyone know of a good site for tips, how you get the better stuff and what it does specificly for Dead Rising 1 ?

    I played this a long time ago and didnt like the time constrictions, but I wanted to give it another shot, and probably pick up stuff like the full MegaMan suit and the Laser Sword, but I have trouble finding a helpful guide.

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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Sirialis wrote: »
    Does anyone know of a good site for tips, how you get the better stuff and what it does specificly for Dead Rising 1 ?

    I played this a long time ago and didnt like the time constrictions, but I wanted to give it another shot, and probably pick up stuff like the full MegaMan suit and the Laser Sword, but I have trouble finding a helpful guide.

    I'd love to add a tips section to the OP, too, for things like zombrex locations, outfits and unlockables and item combos, etc.

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    DeaderinredDeaderinred Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Anyone know what carried over from Case Zero? Is it just the level?

    level, combo cards and money, i think the pp is capped at the level you got to on import tho.

    annoying thing happens when you rescue a certain survivor..
    the fat dude looking for food who has a zombrex during day 2/3, you have to give him food to take him back the safe room and then after you do that all the food and creamers and oj vanish from the saferoom cantina forever. goddamnit

    also playing poker makes no sense, then again i don't know the rules and lost everything.

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    SimpsonsParadoxSimpsonsParadox Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    ...is anyone else noticing that Chuck only has two emotions? He's either A) Being a loving, protective parent of his daughter or B) Grimacing in a way that would make Judge Dredd blush. "Chuck is NOT AMUSED" is already being tossed around by my roommates whenever we do co-op.

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    DeaderinredDeaderinred Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Dashui wrote: »
    Sirialis wrote: »
    Does anyone know of a good site for tips, how you get the better stuff and what it does specificly for Dead Rising 1 ?

    I played this a long time ago and didnt like the time constrictions, but I wanted to give it another shot, and probably pick up stuff like the full MegaMan suit and the Laser Sword, but I have trouble finding a helpful guide.

    I'd love to add a tips section to the OP, too, for things like zombrex locations, outfits and unlockables and item combos, etc.

    are there hidden zombrex locations?
    so far it seems the only way to get them is either pay cash or wait until you get a message that a survivor or psycho might have one, is there any just laying around?

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    PeffPeff Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    ...is anyone else noticing that Chuck only has two emotions? He's either A) Being a loving, protective parent of his daughter or B) Grimacing in a way that would make Judge Dredd blush. "Chuck is NOT AMUSED" is already being tossed around by my roommates whenever we do co-op.

    This sounds like a lesson for life. Love your kids, kick everyone else's ass.

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    EspantaPajaroEspantaPajaro Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Peewi wrote: »
    I ended up running out of time on a case file because I didn't realise that the time didn't just apply to that one step, but also the ones to come after it. It was early in the game, so restarting isn't a big deal. I don't really know if I want to restart to do story or just fuck around to level up, though.

    Almost happened to me. But I went early because I remembered that some cases in the first game did the exact same thing. Its just hard to guess which.Having a blast so far . Just came back from escorting another batch of survivors.Feel the time limit squeeze! The tension is awful but at the same time awesome.

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    DashuiDashui Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Is anyone up for some co-op on the 360?

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    mojojoeomojojoeo A block off the park, living the dream.Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I want some PC coop!

    live tag xmojojoeox
    steam Id xMojoJoeOx

    on for a bit

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    KaseiusKaseius Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Dashui wrote: »
    Sirialis wrote: »
    Does anyone know of a good site for tips, how you get the better stuff and what it does specificly for Dead Rising 1 ?

    I played this a long time ago and didnt like the time constrictions, but I wanted to give it another shot, and probably pick up stuff like the full MegaMan suit and the Laser Sword, but I have trouble finding a helpful guide.

    I'd love to add a tips section to the OP, too, for things like zombrex locations, outfits and unlockables and item combos, etc.

    are there hidden zombrex locations?
    so far it seems the only way to get them is either pay cash or wait until you get a message that a survivor or psycho might have one, is there any just laying around?
    I've found two that've been laying around at high-up places. Start jumping!

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    EspantaPajaroEspantaPajaro Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Dashui wrote: »
    Sirialis wrote: »
    Does anyone know of a good site for tips, how you get the better stuff and what it does specificly for Dead Rising 1 ?

    I played this a long time ago and didnt like the time constrictions, but I wanted to give it another shot, and probably pick up stuff like the full MegaMan suit and the Laser Sword, but I have trouble finding a helpful guide.

    I'd love to add a tips section to the OP, too, for things like zombrex locations, outfits and unlockables and item combos, etc.

    are there hidden zombrex locations?
    so far it seems the only way to get them is either pay cash or wait until you get a message that a survivor or psycho might have one, is there any just laying around?

    There are several listed on gamefaqs. But looking over the list they are all in real out of the way places.

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    redfield85redfield85 Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    You can add me to the OP for 360.

    redfield85

    I will be on and off all night. I ran out of time for a case file early on. I just finished a case and then I figured I was done with it and the game was counting down to when I can go to the next case. Apparently is was the same case and it was never finished. Now I am just going to fuck around and level up and save people. Meh.

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    stigweardstigweard Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Ranked TIR is going to be a pain. I massacred my opponents in the third round and the host quit - you can't cash out if it doesn't finish. Host seems to be random and the game drops instead of continuing.

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    SkabSkab Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Ugh i forgot this came out today.

    I wish i wasnt so poor, cant get any games for a while :(

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    David_TDavid_T A fashion yes-man is no good to me. Copenhagen, DenmarkRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Ahahahaha! Finally got the damn thing working.

    So... zombies. Kinda squishy, aren't they?

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