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Super Ultra Dead Rising 3' Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

50%

Critics Recommend

Based on 10 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneJun 9, 2014

Developer: Capcom Vancouver

Publisher: Capcom

Genres: Fighting, Horror

Super Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix adds an all new four-player co-op mode to Dead Rising 3. Play as Frank West, Chuck Greene, Nick Ramos and Annie Greene or cosplay as your favorite Capcom characters to use their signature attacks and super moves to save the city from zombie hordes, dangerous shadow bosses and giant super zombies. Compete for the top score, unlock new characters and fight for survival in true Capcom style! Shoryuken!!
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Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha Prime Trailer - E3 2014

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It's very easy to be caught up in the giddy swirl of this DLC, but the rush is rather short-lived. In many ways, it's a spiritual sibling to Far Cry 3's Blood Dragon expansion. Both are fuelled by a heady brew of nostalgia and adrenalin, and both have tongue so firmly implanted in cheek that it bursts out the other side. Where Blood Dragon built to a manic crescendo, however, after the first few hours SUDR3ARHEEXPA too easily turns into a fun but flawed grind for all but the most dedicated Capcom aficionado.

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The stripped-down gameplay suits the retro vibe, but only the most dedicated players will endure the grind

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Super Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix is a fun, nostalgia-fueled romp through Capcom's history.

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Capcom clearly had a lot of fun designing this DLC, as even the title pokes fun at its tendencies and strategies throughout the years. While it's clear that the company has let more than a few of fans down over the years, every so often it has been known to surprise people, and this is one of those occasions.

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