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Dead Rising 3: The Last Agent

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Available on:Xbox OneMar 18, 2014
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020

Developer: Capcom Vancouver

Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Genres: Horror, Adventure

Episode 4 of the Untold Stories of Los Perdidos features Brad Park, a dedicated ZDC Agent who must discover the terrible truth behind the outbreak – and the dark side of his own life's work. This new side story features a new mission, 5 new weapons, 1 new combo weapon, 1 new vehicle, and a new clothing outfit, plus additional Gamerscore and the ability to carry PP (XP) back to DR3.

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Considering that Dead Rising 3 was one of my favorite games of last year, this Season Pass collection is a real shame. Capcom cut corners at nearly every turn, and instead of putting up all four stories as one big expansion, the company charged for them individually. Save your money and just play the core game instead, or wait for a Game of the Year edition.

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Those of you who were hoping for a blockbuster end to the series of downloadable episodes will likely be disappointed. The Last Agent sets itself up well with a stronger premise, which actually expands upon the campaign plot, but falters in its execution. It suffers all of the same pitfalls that affected episodes one, two and three, whilst offering perhaps even less actual new content than each of those. A grand finale this definitely is not, and whilst The Untold Stories of Los Perdidos gave players a welcome reason to re-enter the city, they have short-changed loyal fans at almost every turn.

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Not as bad as the last one, but still nowhere near good enough.

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The Last Agent doesn't end Dead Rising 3's Untold Stories of Los Perdidos side-narrative arc with a bang, but it does a serviceable job of bringing things to a close.

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