Fasten your seatbelts as dead rising 4 takes you on an epic adventure of an all you can kill zombie buffet. Figure out your way throughout the game as blood thirsty zombies are lurking at every corner of the place.
About Dead Rising 4
Tune in as you are once again given the chance to play with Frank west, our protagonist from the initial version of the game. Frank West is a freelance photographer who stumbles to find himself in the small town of Willamette, Colorado in search of a story. Though it is not necessary for someone to have played the first dead rising in order to play dead rising 4.
The developers have really shown their crazy side while developing the weapons and vehicles in the game as there is no limit on the combos you can create with the arsenal of weapons provided in the game.
The game offers an Exo suit that was the talk of the game for quite some time that allows the player to have superhuman strength and for what good your superhuman strength would be if you are not using it to kill zombies.
Divided into six chapters, this game depends upon the skills of a player as an explorer and as a combatant. There are a huge number of collectibles and blueprints that are scattered across the map which the player can use to create new weapons.
The game gives Frank west a camera that allows him to tap into detective mode just like batman has his detective vision in the batman series. The camera also has a night vision mode and you can also use the camera to take selfies.
The story arcs of the game are pretty good and the game can be completed within 15 to 20 hours if one decides to neglect to collect all the blueprints and complete the side quests.
Now moving onwards towards the co-op part of the game. The co-op offers you to play dead rising 4 with your friends where you are given a certain task that you have to finish in a given time. The co-op supports only 4 players to play at a time and is separate from the story mode.
The majority of the players who played the game stated that they were killed only under extreme situations and felt that the difficulty level of the game should be high.
Although the story mode of the game packs a certain sense of excitement, the co-op part of the game is very buggy and is not very well configured to start with. Though a limit of having only 4 players in the co-op is nothing to rant about. The co-op mode does not offer enough charisma to attract the audience.
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