"Dead Rising 3: Xbox One"
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Dead Rising 3: Xbox One
-It's 3 days after a massive outbreak in the city of Los Perdidos and our new hero, Nick Ramos is trying to escape with his life.
Let's jump into the game.
-Oh, my god.
It's a long way back.
-Nick's trying to get to the city center before nightfall, where he discovered a location of a safe house.
Using the power of the Xbox One, we've made a rich open world with no low times delivering [unk] not only massive scale but the same incredible density you'd expect from any
city in real life.
Anything and everything is a weapon, but you're not just limited to what you find.
Let's go ahead and try to make something a bit more effective for fighting in the dark.
-I got it.
Watch it man.
-Zombies are attracted to your every move and this can lead to overwhelming odds if you're not careful.
Fortunately, there's multiple ways to distract them.
-Oh, thank god.
That's the only way back.
This is bad.
We gotta get out of here.
-The world is filled with hundreds of weapons.
And then you can create improvised combinations with anywhere.
It's really up to you to discover and customize the way you do when you deal with the zombie threat.
Driving is a critical part of exploration as you scavenge for supplies, cars are the best way to get around but zombies are still a threat.
-It's the only way out.
-Nick's approaching the city center, but it looks like he's gonna need something a bit more effective than a combo left when they get through this zombie board.
With the addition of Smartglass, [unk]--
-cars are the best way to go with the zombie outbreak.
Let's just go ahead and call in some artillery support now.
Dead Rising 3, available this holiday exclusively for the Xbox One.
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