Beat up three times the zombies in Dead Rising Triple Pack for Xbox One and PC
Every weekend, Windows Central streams an Xbox One or Steam game on Twitch for 1-2 hours and gives out free games to the cool people who join us during the stream. It's like a live podcast, only you also get to watch a game while chatting with our awesome readers and viewers!
Tonight we played Dead Rising Triple Pack, the Xbox One collection of zombie brawlers from Capcom. Dead Rising is famous for its huge hordes of zombies, wide variety of weapons, and wacky outfits. Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay.
Dead Rising Triple Pack
Capcom released three retail Dead Rising games on the Xbox 360, starting with the first Dead Rising in 2006. The Dead Rising Triple Pack brings back all three titles on Xbox One, now running at native 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second (most of the time) with Vsync enabled. All DLC costumes are included too!
- Dead Rising: Frank West, a photojournalist, finds himself trapped in a packed mall during a zombie outbreak.
- Dead Rising 2: Chuck Greene must fight to find the Zombrex drug that will prevent his daughter from succumbing to the zombie virus. Features 2-player online co-op!
- Dead Rising: Off the Record – A remix of Dead Rising 2, Off the Record features a different story with Frank West in the lead, as well as an action-packed Sandbox mode and online co-op.
The Dead Rising series is known for throwing huge hordes of zombies on-screen and giving players plenty of creative ways to beat them up. Frank and Chuck will wield dozens of wacky weapons and dress up in colorful costumes as they battle endless packs of zombies, malicious survivors, and evil government agents.
We've already called Dead Rising 3 one of the most underrated games on Xbox One. Watch us play the games that started it all, and then you'll be ready for Dead Rising 4 when it launches in December!
We streamed Dead Rising Triple Pack for ~100 minutes. During that time, we gave out a total of six prize codes:
- 6 $10 Xbox gift cards (Redeemable on US accounts)
See the contest winners at the end of this story.
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These winners are awesome, and that's on the record.
Tonight's prizes provided by Mobile Nations. Thanks also to our Twitch stream moderators for keeping the peace and giving away the prizes!
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Paul Acevedo is the Games Editor at Windows Central. A lifelong gamer, he has written about videogames for over 15 years and reviewed over 350 games for our site. Follow him on Twitter @PaulRAcevedo. Don’t hate. Appreciate!