The lights are on
Halloween is tomorrow, and Microsoft and Capcom are giving Dead Rising 3 fans an early treat. A new Nick or Treat trailer highlights some classic ultraviolent silliness, and the companies have also revealed details on a season pass.
The season pass will be available alongside the game's November 22 launch, and it includes access to four upcoming content packs. By picking up the season pass for $29.99, you save 25 percent compared to buying each one individually. The first pack, called Operation Broken Eagle," will be available for download for $9.99 in late December, with the following three ("Fallen Angel," "Chaos Rising," and "The Last Agent") coming later.
Take a look at our video interview with producer Mike Jones for more information on Dead Rising 3.
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I was definitely sold on Dead Rising 3's gameplay when I was able to play the demo. I can't wait to pick it up. I will see about purchasing the season pass after putting some hours into the game.
My last check was $11050
working 10 hours a week online. My brothers girl friend has been averaging 17k for
months now and she works about 17 hours a week. I can't believe how easy it was once I tried it out.Blue48.ℂℴm -->
This alone is enough to make me drop this game, if there weren't several other good reasons already.
Dying Light looks much better. This game does look fun though.
this is why i'm getting an xbone at launch. I'm a huge fan of this series.
I notice "Microsoft Games Studio" is the publisher here...
I wonder if Capcom is going to be making more exclusive deals with first parties for the foreseeable future since they're doing so badly financially at the moment. www.screwattack.com/.../capcom-only-has-152-million-bank.
Between signing up exclusives for Microsoft (Dead Rising 3) and Sony (Deep Dark), and doing digital releases of games like Ace Attorney and Ducktales: Remastered, they are super desperate to cut costs and trying to stop bleeding money. It's really interesting to see if this "Download release as much as possible" and "having first parties publish our games for us" strategy will work for them.
BOOOOOOOO!!!!!! XBox 1 only You suck Cashcom!!!!
This *** look fye af